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This DMV-based pizza chain recently set up shop in Pennsylvania, and has now expanded into Nomad. Use organic dough to create your own pizza or choose from a menu of "the hits," including pineapple Jack (tomato, mozzarella, salami, pineapple, pickled red onion, parmesan, cherry bomb barbecue), the Farmer's Daughter (spicy tomato, spinach, mozzarella, Italian sausage, egg, parmesan, red pepper chili oil), or choose the dessert pizza; the Lori Lane: sweet ricotta, berries, powdered sugar, berry drizzle). L & D (daily). $$

107 West Restaurant

Local art on exposed brick walls creates a hip ambience for a global menu of sausage-and-chicken jambalaya, linguine with shrimp and broccoli, black pepper tuna tataki and specialty sushi rolls. L & D (daily). $$

12 Chairs

All-day breakfasts, cold salads, stuffed sandwiches, blintzes and pierogi keep the informal restaurant filled. B, L & D (daily). $$

121 Fulton Street

A cool, comfortable downtown vibe, New York themed specialty cocktail menu and upscale takes on classic dishes—such as a carmelized onion and gruyere grilled cheese sandwhich—define the FiDi gastropub. L, D, Brunch (daily). $$

123 Burger Shot Beer

This casual bar and eatery serves up a variety of low-budget treats, including burgers, fries and beer for all under $5. L & D (daily). $

15 East

Chef Noriyuki Takahashi serves up sushi and sashimi as well as dishes like smoked kurobuta and foie gras terrine at this award winning restaurant. L & D (M-Sa). $$$$

169 Bar

One of the oldest drinking venues in NYC, this dive bar is decorated in palm trees, with a leopard-print pool table. A menu of oysters, borscht and an array of conventional bar bites is on offer until 4 am nightly. 

26 Seats Bistro

Delectible French entrees for non-vegetarians and flavorful appetizers and desserts for all. D (Tu-Su). $$$

2nd Avenue Deli

Now with locations on the Upper East Side and in Midtown East, 2nd Avenue Deli carries on the tradition of serving classic Jewish foods that started back in 1954 at the East 10th Street spot. The menu includes favorites like blintzes, potato pancakes, kugel and challah french toast. B (Sa & Su), L & D (daily). $$

2nd City

Chef/owner Jordan Andino fuses his Filipino and Californian roots to offer dishes such as the Flip-N-Out burger, a double cheeseburger served with lettuce, tomato, onion and a secret Filipino-style banana pepper ketchup. A sushi-grade tuna poke bowl is offered with sweet miso, steamed coconut rice, scallions, wontons, carrots and pickled red onions. Twelve bar seats and a four-seat table fill the restaurant; reservations are recommended. L & D (daily). $$

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