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Con­tem­po­rary Amer­i­can. It’s not just about the eats at this ca­sual national chain—it’s about the high-spir­ited staff. Hooters Girls, known for their cheery per­son­al­i­ties, serve up com­fort food (sev­eral va­ri­eties of chicken wings, ribs and burg­ers), in a wood-pan­eled space with a bar and bigscreen TVs. L& D (daily). $$ 155 W. 33rd St., btw Sixth and Sev­enth aves., 212.695.9580.


Amer­i­can. House-baked pas­tries are of­fered along­side dev­iled eggs and grid­dled Berk­shire pork ter­rine Bene­dict for break­fast and brunch, while Jams chicken— Ex­ec­u­tive Chef Jonathan Wexler’s sig­na­ture dish—is served for din­ner, among other spe­cial­ties like house-

made lamb sausage. A short but se­ri­ous bev­er­age menu of­fers French and Amer­i­can wines by the glass. B& L (M- F), D (nightly), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$$ 1414 Sixth Ave., btw W. 57th & W. 58th sts., 212.703.2007. LA BONNE SOUP French.

Clas­sic French cui­sine of­fer­ings, such as quiche with ham and cheese, es­car­got de Bour­gogne and a chef’s salad that in­cludes ham, turkey, Swiss cheese, eggs and black olives. An en­tirely Bur­gundy­based wine list of­fers reds and whites by the bot­tle, as well as a sparkling brut by the glass. L& D (M- F), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$ 48 W. 55th St., btw Fifth and Sixth aves., 212.586.7650.

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