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Incognito Bistro

Posted by Hagan on August 21, 2013
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Category: Food
Paolo Montana and Adriana Moretti are the most gracious hosts delivering Scottish and Italian flair to Union Square/Madison Square Park. I had walked by Incognito many of times as I used to work on 18th and 5th. I always looked in but never had a chance to sit down. There

Ellary’s Greens

Posted by Hagan on July 27, 2013
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Category: Food
This new West Village establishment had a lot of thought put into it. It is the first foray into restaurants for the New Orleans native Leith Hill. She’s just as energetic and vibrant as the drinks they serve here. When you arrive, the bright light streaming in from the future

Thalassa

Posted by Hagan on May 25, 2013
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Category: Food
I have to say that I was really impressed with Thalassa. It’s a Greek restaurant that’s in a building that’s owned by a shipping company and has been there for the last I don’t know however many years. It seems like if you own the building, you’re going to have

Oficina Latina

Posted by Hagan on April 20, 2013
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Category: Food
I really enjoyed eating at Oficina Latina. The thing that I enjoyed the most was talking to the owners, Paolo and Max. These guys are passionate. They’re passionate about food, travel, and design. All three things about which I am also passionate. It’s so much fun to talk with people

Jeanne & Gaston

Posted by Hagan on March 31, 2013
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Category: Food
As I am trying to do more food related stuff in New York City, I accepted a press invite to Jeanne & Gaston. I never heard of this place. It’s on 14th. 14th is a weird place to have a high-class, smaller restaurant. You wouldn’t think it would be a