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BYO, While You Can

Until the following new restaurants get their liquor licenses, you can save a little on the check.


The Orchard.  

  1. 1. The Orchard

    162 Orchard St., nr. stanton St.; 212-353-3570

    John LaFemina (ápizz), branches out from his strictly Italian roots with pan-seared foie gras, poached halibut with black-bean salad, and flatbreads topped with everything from steak tartare to duck confit.

  2. 2. Zucco: Le French Diner

    188 Orchard St., nr. Houston St; 212-677-5200

    Zucco’s menu features tasty sandwiches on crusty baguettes and entrées like cassoulet, moules marinières, and grilled tuna à la Provençale—what the owner shruggingly refers to as typical French truck-stop fare.

  3. 3. Falai Panetteria

    79 Clinton St., at Rivington St.; 212-777-8956

    This bakery-café, the casual spinoff of Falai up the street, serves soup and sandwiches at lunch, baked pastas at night, and some much-talked-about meatballs.


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