restaurants
Delicatessen
54 Prince Street
212 226 0211

A veritable nightclub on the corner, it makes you wonder why it took the Cafeteria folks so long to take over the old Buffa's Luncheonette space. But now they have. There's the standard fare such as matzoh ball soup (though at $7 it's kind of staggering), Cobb salad, fried chicken (termed chicken in a bucket here), and then there's some oddball experiments from chef Doron Wong, such as the Asian vegetable salad (cold sugar snap peas and water chestnuts can be just a bit too wet), halibut tacos with kim chee sour cream and cheeseburger spring rolls. Weird. They stayed true to the 'we want you to think we're so indie but really we're printing money' icons of the neighbourhood with uniforms from Charlotte Ronson and art work from Terry Richardson. Service is super friendly if somewhat absentminded, so expect to be bumped into by dropping waitstaff about a thousand times during dinner. It's okay though because your club outfits are all machine washable anyway, aren't they?

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