Buvette Chez Simone// one of my favorite places in the city. There are incredible wines by the glass, and the menu has lots of small plates that you check off as you eat, plus a very good roast chicken that you can order by the quarter, half or whole ($12 to $36). They're open from 4 p.m. to 3 a.m., so when you get there, there's an after-work crowd, then a dinner crowd, then the music gets turned up and everyone gets drunk.
I hear nothing but great things about this little indian vegetarian (and vegan-friendly) restaurant. I pass by here all the time, and yet have never seen it!! Must try.
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Dinette Triple Crown// bonappetitexcerpt: "Kentucky-born chef Colin Perry cooks his grandmother’s Southern recipes, like pinto beans studded with smoked hog jowls and served with cornbread and green-tomato relish. And while Dinette Triple Crown has a few seats for eating inside, most patrons get their fried chicken thighs and meat ‘n’ threes packed in nifty picnic boxes and take them to the Little Italy park between La Main and Rue Clark"
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Café Myriade//owners Scott Rao and Anthony Benda see one of their baristas make an error undetected by civilian eyes, they will intercede, taste the result, and insist the drink be made over if it doesn’t meet their exacting standards. 1432 rue Mackay; 514-939-1717; cafemyriade.com