The team behind acclaimed Ottolenghi is also at the helm of this fresh, light, and airy brasserie with fantastic Middle Eastern-influenced small plates. The main floor is tranquil and offers more formal dining, but we love eating downstairs, where communal tables look onto the lively open kitchen. Be sure to check out the interesting wine selection and the crazy mirrored loos. This is a particularly great choice for a pre-theater meal.

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