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    North of NYC North of NYC By Houlihan Lawrence By Houlihan Lawrence by

    Harrison has seen a surge of new restaurants over the past year. The downtown seems to be catching up with its trendy neighbors, bringing in several eateries that appeal to a wider audience with popular farm-to-table menus and modern decor. Below is an overview of the latest additions:

    273 KITCHEN


    On the corner of Halstead and Harrison Avenues, new arrival 273 Kitchen is buzzing every night of the week. The eatery offers creative, locally-inspired Mediterranean dishes, spotlighting small plates that are encouraged to be shared. A great wine list and stylish surroundings complete this cool new spot.

    273 Halstead Ave.


    Housed in the former Rue des Crepes, Porta Napoli is the brainchild of Sandra Manzella-Cappucci, co-founder of Bleecker Street pizza stalwart Kesté. The stylish pizzeria nouveau slings authentic Neopolitan-style pies out of a wood-fired oven, with an extensive and creative menu that includes several gluten-free options.

    261 Halstead Ave.


    This new farm-to-tortilla establishment blends traditional Mexican cooking with a cosmopolitan twist: fresh-pressed juices sit side-by-side with classic taqueria swill like horchata and tamarindo. Delicious Southern and coastal dishes using local seasonal vegetables, fruits, and herbs.

    261 Halstead Ave.

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