Going to Campagnolo Upstairs feels like you’re in a secret club that only meets in attics. It’s up a staircase inside the restaurant and not too many people know about it, so come when you want something low-key. It can get pricey, but you’ll get to try obscure wines and cocktails with ingredients like arbutus absinthe and mole bitters. You can order things off their small menu like risotto, burrata, or, for some reason a whole bucket of chicken, but what you should really be prioritizing is their legendary Dirty Burger, to which you can add an egg, crispy chicken skin, or if you’re really feeling it, foie gras.
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DD Mau Chinatown
DD Mau’s Chinatown location is right below a club, so it’s the perfect spot to start a night with Vietnamese food and a group of friends.
Kissa Tanto is one of the hardest reservations to get, but it's well worth whatever you have to do to get one to eat the Japanese - Italian food.
From the same people as Kissa Tanto, Bao Bei is another must-visit spot, though it's more casual and the food is creative Chinese.
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