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Feed Me

The culinary no-man’s-land known as the flower district has suddenly become safe for foodies.

  1. 1. brgr

    287 Seventh Ave., nr. 26th St.; 212-488-7500

    Former Moomba man Chris Russell has joined the city’s burger-flipping frenzy. The meat is a proprietary blend from boutique beefery Montana Legend, and the shakes are made with Ronnybrook Farm Dairy milk and ice cream.

  2. 2. Varietal

    138 W. 25th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-633-1800

    At this new wine-themed restaurant, Ed Witt, formerly of Il Buco, showcases seasonal ingredients in dishes like venison loin with sheep’s-milk yogurt and soy-roasted quince.

  3. 3. Supermac

    348 Seventh Ave., nr. 29th St.; 212-760-1900

    Following in S’mac’s—and possibly Kraft’s—footsteps comes this macaroni-and-cheese specialist. Eleven versions of the comfort-food classic, including one with lobster.

  4. 4. Waldy’s Wood Fired Pizza & Penne

    800 Sixth Ave., nr. 27th St.; 212-213-5042

    Veteran chef Waldy Malouf tops his oval pizzas with ingredients lesser piemen wouldn’t dare, including braised lamb with roasted lemon and oregano.


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