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Where to Find Great Tapas Below 23rd Street, NYC

Bar Jamon: Bar Jamon’s charm is in its simplicity—its compact in size and only has the necessities (Spanish wine and light snacks). This makes it perfect for catching up with a friend on a week night, mainly because there just isn’t much room and it caters to walk-ins. You can go for wine only or order a bunch of small plates. It's a great alternative to its sister restaurant Casa Mono around the corner because it is more casual but the quality is still there.
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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Best Spots for Middle Eastern Food in Lower Manhattan

Pictured: hummus, fried halloumi, and zaatar pita bread from Au Zaatar. As a New York City transplant, I can’t help but search for subtle reminders of home from time to time. Home for me is Detroit, Michigan, where I grew up eating Middle Eastern food more often than not, which was first introduced to me by my Iraqi-American family. Fun fact: Iraqis are the second-largest immigrant group in Metro Detroit.
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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Best Group Birthday Spots in NYC

Pictured: Jerk corn with toasted coconut @ Miss Lily’s. Miss Lily’s: Step into the colorful caribbean outpost that is Miss Lily’s. It is great for birthdays because of the festive, beach shack atmosphere and for being relatively painless to secure a large group reservation. The dinner menu is very unique with must try items like the coconut crusted jerk corn, fried plantains, and jerk pork belly, so you know your guests are bound to try something different. If a boozy brunch is more your style, Miss Lily's has a great deal with 2 hours of unlimited drinks and 1 entree for only $30.
NEW YORK CITY, NY