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French. Guests can pick up mac­arons from the re­tail counter or in­dulge in tea ser­vice and French-in­flected fare such as foie gras in this or­nately dec­o­rated Parisianstyle café with a ceil­ing

fresco. B,L & D (daily). $$$ 398 W. Broad­way, btw Broome & Spring sts., 646.392.7868.


Thai. Clas­sic Thai dishes (cur­ried chicken and veg­eta­bles over brown rice, fiery noo­dles with shrimp) as well as Ir­ish break­fast op­tions are served amid cozy red leather booths and light- col­ored wooden walls. Small and large dishes avail­able. L& D (daily), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$ 196 El­iz­a­beth St., btw Spring & Prince sts., 212.925.3310.


Con­tem­po­rary New Zealand. In a sleek, bright and modern set­ting—white plank ceil­ings, dis­tressed brick walls, wood-and-blue-leather seat­ing— Chef Matt Lam­bert chan­nels his New Zealand up­bring­ing in dishes such as red doe “with fla­vors of gin” and quail with cher­ries, bread sauce and roasted onions. D (nightly). $$ 265 El­iz­a­beth St., btw Prince & E. Hous­ton sts., 212.219.0764.

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