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Week of 01/27 ONE+ONE ARCHIve

Fat Radish

THE PLACE

The Fat Radish is on the edge of the Lower East Side, and has the vibe of a country farmhouse with a fashion-forward feel. The main dining area beckons you in with its whitewashed brick walls and an eclectic mix of farm tables, antique mirror and a vintage map that all look like they've been harvested from the world's best flea market. While it has an open layout and a big skylight, the restaurant has a warm intimacy that makes you feel like you've discovered your own private gem.

What to Eat

The Fat Radish prides itself on fresh, seasonal food. Start with the Warm Banana Bread or Fresh Donuts, and be sure to take advantage of the chef's specials. Get whichever entree is paired with the Cloth-Bound Cheddar & Potato Cake. (It's always on the menu, but in a different preparation depending on the season.) We loved it with Brussels sprouts, bacon and a poached egg-- equal parts hearty, healthy and decadent.

What to Drink

Try the Preacher's Son, made with Ginger Root, Old Forester Bourbon, Lemon, and Gerry Thomas Bitters. The Fat Radish also has a slew of fresh press juice blends (think kale and beets) that will give you plenty of energy to brave the cold and cure your hangover at the same time.

Reservation Policy

Reservations are accepted for parties as small as two.

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Trestle on Tenth

THE PLACE

Trestle on Tenth is a Swiss brasserie located on a perfect corner in Chelsea. The interior is a mix between old world, brick-walled authenticity, and tastefully charming minimalism. During the warmer months, the back patio is open as well.

What to Eat

For a starter, order the House-Made Cinnamon Sticky Bun. Then move onto one of our favorite entrees, the Duck Confit Hash with poached eggs, spinach and hefty amounts of duck. If you're in a sharing mood, there are oysters and charcuterie plates on the menu as well.

What to Drink

Baby it's cold outside, so opt for the house-made Hot Chocolate with Orange Scented Marshmallows, or the And Everything Nice. It's made with hot mulled cider, honey, Carpano Antica Vermouth, and Rittenhouse Rye. Alternately, if you want something crisp, there are hard ciders available too-- a drink that's not a usual staple at most brunch spots (but probably should be).

Reservation Policy

Reservations are accepted for parties as small as two.

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