It’s hard to figure out where to focus your attention upon entering Patrick Sheerin’s beautiful restaurant—antiqued fixtures and strategically scattered knickknacks all vie for attention, including the gleaming white tiles which are a throwback to a time when the space was occupied by a Russian bathhouse. The menu (cinnamon-cured coppa, pickled tots, and the cauliflower Picatta are a few of standouts) is just unique enough to fit the environment without being pretentious. The brunch is said to be one of the best in the city.

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