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The East Village scored another small-plates specialist with Cure, which refers to meat and not to, as we feared, a medicinal-juice bar. The ownersÂ’ travels through South America and Europe influenced the menu (below), which includes duck prosciutto and finnochiona, a salami with notes of fennel and curry. The wine list spans Italy, France, Spain, Argentina, and Chile. The room, with exposed wood beams and Flemish and French antique furniture, seats 25. Cure serves quiche and hot croissants beginning at 9 a.m. daily, and serves its healing meat platters throughout the day until closing time.
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