Restaurants

Tutt Cafe

Just a few steps away from the Brooklyn Promenade, this popular eatery with outdoor seating makes fresh hummus, fava bean, lentil and bulgur salads, as well as falafel, shrimp pizza and leg of lamb. L & D (daily).

Two Boots

Slices of hot pizza are heaping with original toppings, such as barbecue shrimp, crawfish, andouille, spicy buffalo wings, capicola and jalapeno pesto. L & D (daily).

Txikito

The menu of bona fide Basque cuisine includes canapés topped with chorizo and quail egg and chilled octopus carpaccio. L (Tu-Sa), D (nightly). $$$

UES

Creative scoop offerings (banana brownie, espresso cookie) are trucked in from SoCo Creamery in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, to this cozy neon-lit ice cream parlor. L & D (daily). 

Ugly Baby

A compact menu of specialty main plates is categorized by regions of Thailand and predominately features soups and hearty, spicy curries, and served in a cozy room with yellow walls and wooden barstool and table seating. D (nightly), Brunch (Sa & Su). 

Ulysses' Folk House

Updated pub food includes semolina-crusted calamari, lollipop lamb chops with Irish mustard, chicken potpie and the signature Ulysses’ gyro. L & D (daily). $$

Umami Greenwich Village

The celebrated West Coast burger joint hits the West Village, introducing the unique (and addictive) umami-focused menu—thatsavory Japanese “fifth taste,” after sweet, sour, bitter and salty—to the NYC masses. Featured are the original umami burger (shiitake mushroom, caramelized onions, roasted tomato, Parmesan crisp, umami ketchup) and the location specific specialty, the 5 spice duck burger (house-ground duck, peach-apple chutney, Chinese 5 spice, Madagascar pepper,crispy duck skin, garlic ailoi and caramelized fennel). L & D (daily).

Umberto's Clam House

Seafood specialties such as scungilli, calamari, baked clams and oysters, as well as chops and housemade pasta dishes, inside a circa-1972 dining room famously known for being the site of the murder of NYC gangster Joe Gallo. L & D (daily). $$

Uncle Nick's

Diners can choose from a variety of dips, meat kebabs and the restaurant’s specialty—grilled sardines—at this brick-walled space. L & D (daily).

Uncle Vanya Cafe

Named for the Anton Chekhov play, this Russian restaurant offers Beef Stroganoff, blini, flavored vodkas and vareniki—dumplings filled with potatoes and onions—in a low-key, domestic atmosphere. L (M-Sa), D (nightly). $$

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