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Two chains in one: one serving pasta, the other hot dogs and Italian beef.
Casual Italian eatery/tourist trap.
Late-night hangout with a skilled kitchen that stays open till 3:30 nightly.
Contemporary American bistro devoted to the demystification of wine.
Bohemian House
Chef Jimmy Papadopoulos updates the cuisine of Eastern Europe, particularly the Czech Republic.
Brazilian-style churrascaria where it's wise to stick to the beef.
Gimmicky, touristy Italian restaurant.
Classic, reasonably priced tapas in a cavernous—and at times cacophonous—space.
Wells Street location for ribs, steaks, and good-value, well-packaged carryout.
Supper club and lounge in the former home of Swirl Wine Bar.
Chain offering burritos, tacos, and "bowls" made with environment-friendlier ingredients.
Cocello
Brendan Sodikoff's Italian spot.
Traditional shabu-shabu and fresh sushi in a cheerful, well-lit room.
Counter-service cafe best for quick salads, sandwiches, or pizza.
Loud, rude, raucous, and proud of it. Beer by the quart, BBQ by the bucket.
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