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Trigo references its Tribeca neighborhood’s industrial-warehouse past with a lofty stone-and-steel design that evokes a grand old food hall. The Mediterranean menu follows suit with categories for meat, cheese, fish, and vegetables. And as far as starch goes, weak-willed carbophobes stand little chance of resisting flatbreads baked front and center in the dining room’s wood-fired oven.
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