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Dinner With The Parents? Date Night? Impressing Out Of Towners? We got it. After considerable research i. Now go ahead and plan that Tuesday night dinner.
A few minutes after finishing your afternoon coffee, you get a jolt of energy and text a couple friends asking if they want to get dinner tonight. Tell them Pheasant.
This small spot in Williamsburg is ideal for casual weeknight dinners when you want some good food in the kind of atmosphere that makes you feel like part of the neighborhood. Start with the caesar salad and then share the chicken over spiced yellow rice and the burger topped with smoked kielbasa. Cafe de must be something Australians learn in high school these days. One person in your group who may or may not be you gets pretty grumpy without snacks, but two others claim they only want to drink. Head to Bar Beau, where you can get a table or some bar seats and drink excellent cocktails while eating things like chicken liver mousse or scallop corn fritters that taste like briny hushpuppies.
So if you need to impress a few old acquaintances, but you recently spent too much money on some shoes or a karaoke machine you saw in SkyMall, try this place. There are certain restaurants that are perfect for pretty much everyone, and Shuka is one of them. It's surprisingly spacious, and charming in a West Elm sort of way.
More importantly, they make solid versions of pretty much all your Italian classics. Between the red booths and antique-y wallpaper, Lovely Day definitely has the cute thing down. But this Thai spot in Nolita really has the reasonably-priced requirement covered as well. There are usually a dozen-plus vegetable dishes on the menu, plus several pastas and fish and meat entrees.
Just come early or be prepared for a wait. You could easily sit at Sisters all day, starting with coffee and a newspaper do people still read newspapers? We also recommend it somewhere in the middle, for a nice dinner in what is a truly beautiful space.
Get the chicken satay and the Moroccan couscous with merguez sausage. The Little Cupcake Bakeshop is down the street, should you want to continue the whole cute thing into the evening. You know, that kind of thing. Home Cities Pick the perfect spot for every situation. Travel Guides Plan your trip and eat like locals. Send Us Feedback .
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