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6th Street Kitchen
This venue is closed.
After a fifteen-year run in the East Village, the Pan-Asian pioneer O.G. closed in 2008. One of its partners, Chris Genoversa, kept the space and has leisurely been replacing kitchen equipment, ripping out beams and floors, and contemplating what New Yorkers are hungry for in 2010. His conclusion, which debuted quietly last week, is 6th St Kitchen— “very homespun, very simple,” with multiculti comfort food and a three-for-$18 assortment of small plates, including baba ghannouj, housemade chorizo, and two kinds of meatballs (lamb with garlic-yogurt sauce, Calabrese-pork-and-veal). It’s dinner-only to start, with beer and wine, but Genoversa plans to expand into all-day service, with a lunch menu ranging from fish tacos to cheesesteak.
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