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THE BOM­BAY BREAD BAR

In­dian. Brick walls painted col­or­fully with dra­matic char­ac­ters by set direc­tor Kris Mo­ran of Wes An­der­son’s set team, con­tem­po­rary takes on Bom­bay street foods and main hot plates, and a lengthy list of house-baked In­dian breads and house­made chut­neys keep guests com­ing back to try more of this elab­o­rate menu of In­di­an­fu­sion items. D (nightly). 195 Spring St., at Sul­li­van St., 212.235.1098.

COCO PAZZO

Ital­ian. This SoHo sta­ple transitions from a fast- ca­sual café of­fer­ing grab-and- go or­ders from 10:30 am on­ward by day, to an up­scale din­ing room serv­ing Tuscan wine and cre­ative Cen­tral Ital­ian spe­cialty dishes by night. L & D (daily). 160 Prince St., at Thomp­son St., 917.261.6321.

PRINCE STREET PIZZA

Pizza. One of the most cov­eted slices in New York City is the crispy and spicy pep­per­oni slice, a crowd fa­vorite that draws huge lines out the door of this snug, brick­walled pizza cove that also of­fers house­made meat­balls and stays open un­til 4 am on week­end nights. L & D (daily). 27 Prince St., btw El­iz­a­beth & Mott sts., 212.966.4100.

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