This spot—partly backed by media duo, David Zinczenko and Dan Abrams—is really beautiful done. It’s situated in a former armory from the 19th-century, and while it’s been completely refurbished, it still feels quite old-world. It’s a bustling, relatively fancy destination, complete with white tablecloths and dressed-up classics like mushroom flatbreads, oysters, and short ribs. It’s the sort of restaurant where you’d steer the in-laws for a fancy, post-theater meal, though we think the lounge is the most compelling spot: They serve strong cocktails and good bar food like duck fat fried potatoes and salmon tartare. There’s a very kid-friendly brunch on the weekends, and plenty of options for private events.

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