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This spin-off of locavore fave Jimmy's is as bare-bones as a restaurant can get; a room, open to Dominick Street in fine weather, located off the lobby of an Off-Broadway theater, with few bar stools and fewer tables. You'll feel like you're on a boulevard of some foreign capital. The food is minimalist, too: a handful of salads (try the one with watermelon and ricotta salata), a scattering of topped toasts (try the oddball one of pickled squid rings and spicy Calabrian sausage), and small plates of olives, veggies, cheeses, and charcuterie. Much of it is tasty, but how does one put a meal together? BYOB for now, but call ahead.
New York theaters have many advantages over our London counterparts. Programs are free, seats a tad roomier, and you're more unlikely to be glared at should you express enthusiasm for the play and its stars. Nevertheless, there's one aspect of auditoria at which the Brits excel--the theater bar. At many London venues, a comfortable pub or chic café adjoins the performance space. Spectators can grab a quick bite before the show or linger over a drink after, often in the company of... More »
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