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The multitalented Jean-Georges Vongerichten picks up the farm-to-table locavore zeitgeist and runs with it: a whole wheat pizza with Jersey tomatoes and milky homemade mozzarella; kale salad sharpened by serrano chiles, lemon, and mint; and Maine lobster roasted in the wood oven.
Jody Williams’s dollhouse-scaled taste of idealized France in the West Village is a perfect respite from any day, whether you pop in for a coffee break while shopping along Bleecker Street, a solo lunch of croque madame, or a hunk of cheese and a glass of rosé at the bar.
Just south of the chaos of the Meatpacking District, Wallsé is a small outpost of Austrian sophistication. The chef’s light hand with native dishes, such as braised rabbit with quark spaetzle and oxtail goulash surrounding bread dumplings, warms up the place.
English chef April Bloomfield conjures the spirit of a lively London gastropub in this cozy space in the far West Village. Settle in for a full meal of pig’s ear salad, a richly satisfying sheep’s milk ricotta gnudi with brown butter, and a burger with a loyal following.