SOHO+LITTLE ITALY+ NOLITA+CHINATOWN
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.
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.