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New South­ern. Op­po­sites at­tract, and that’s the case at this sanc­tu­ary for fried chicken and cham­pagne. Hearty South­ern clas­sics are given modern imag­in­ings by Chef/ owner Sarah Simmons. The restau­rant is hid­den away in a sub­ter­ranean space: Take care on the steep metal stair­way. D (nightly), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$ 100B Forsyth St., btw Broome & Grand sts., 646.368.9240. CLANCEY Con­tem­po­rary Amer­i­can. Lo­cated just off De­lancey on Clin­ton Street—hence the name—this restau­rant and spe­cialty cock­tail and craft-beer bar has in­ven­tive dishes, such as Yes­ter­day Lo Mein (fresh cold noo­dles with crispy hot pork belly) and shrimp and grits (white speck­led grits, spe­cial oils and shrimp). An eclec­tic drinks list is high­lighted by the frozen Moscow mule. D ( Tu-Su), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$ 79 Clin­ton St., btw Suf­folk & At­tor­ney sts., 917.388.3575. THE FAT RADISH Con­tem­po­rary Amer­i­can. Earthy decor sets the scene for a mar­ket- driven menu that can fea­ture monk­fish green curry with sea­sonal veg­eta­bles, wild rice and co­conut milk, or a her­itage 14- oz. porter­house pork chop with charred as­para­gus and chimichurri. “Snacks” in­clude scotch egg with seeded mus­tard and cor­ni­chons, and a house spe­cialty: grilled cheese and pick­les. L ( Tu- F), D (nightly), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$$ 17 Or­chard St., btw Canal & Hester sts., 212.300.4053.

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