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teany nyc

The Lower East Side has it's ups and down. teanyis the most welcome spot to visit every time I'm in NYC. Walking down the sidewalks with snow piles from the light snow, it's chilly. People are still walking up and down the streets, and on Rivington, it's part cool, and part nameless. Walking up to the plainish facade of teany, you walk in and are met with a parade of cakes. They're hefty, and are...

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Gobo

401 Avenue of the Americas, New York, 10014 – (212) 255-3242 (1-3) Walking into Gobo, which is named after the Japanese burdock root, you can tell it’s a nice place in the West Village. The lighting is dim, the decor is upscale and cool. The front area has a place to sit that sticks you in an area that’s neat the kitchen, and also near the juice and wheat grass area. The window behind shows a view of Avenue of the Americas, and the light snow coming down. (4-5) They offer you bread, I picked the sweeter raisin bread that comes a sweet potato spread. This is really good and it’s just the free part! (6) Juices are a big...

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Gobo

401 Avenue of the Americas, New York, 10014 - (212) 255-3242 (1-3) Walking into Gobo, which is named after the Japanese burdock root, you can tell it's a nice place in the West Village. The lighting is dim, the decor is upscale and cool. The front area has a place to sit that sticks you in an area that's neat the kitchen, and also near the juice and wheat grass area. The window behind shows a view...

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Red Bamboo

this is their site140 W 4th St # 1New York, NY 10012(212) 260-7049 In the heart of the West Village, Red Bamboo is a vegetarian spot that’s a mixed menu. At first you’d think it’s Asian, but then it’s not, it’s southern too. We stopped in here after being at Comicon all day, and we were eager to eat. The menu is large, with entrees, sandwiches, and on an empty stomach, everything sounds great. I opted for fried everything – the “fish” and chips. It’s simple, the Fish is a tofu stick that’s somewhere in the middle of fish, but really goes towards the tofu. It’s simple and there’s tartar sauce, that’s alright. The fries are tasty, it’s as if...

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Red Bamboo

this is their site140 W 4th St # 1New York, NY 10012(212) 260-7049 In the heart of the West Village, Red Bamboo is a vegetarian spot that's a mixed menu. At first you'd think it's Asian, but then it's not, it's southern too. We stopped in here after being at Comicon all day, and we were eager to eat. The menu is large, with entrees, sandwiches, and on an empty stomach, everything sounds great. I...

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