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Jesse and Jennifer Singh have brought their signature creative and fun approach to Indian dining to Union Square. The Babu Ji experience eschews the traditional in favor of a downtown relaxed vibe and inauthentic takes on street food made with top-notch ingredients. Reserve a table for the chef's tasting menu, a guided tour of exotic snacks and daily curries. The beverage program features a wine list by Master Sommelier Laura Maniec, a huge selection of local beers and a first-rate cocktail list to boot.
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Modern indian food that won't leave with regrets. I highly recommend the Colonel Tso’s Cauliflower. Delicious cocktails too!
The best Indian Food you will ever have. (You'll love it even if you hate Indian food - my friends can attest).
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“In our opinion, the best value and quality Omakase in New York. Sushi done perfectly.”
- Abantu bendawo abangu-4 bayatusa
“Located on Avenue B which is a still up and coming, super hip area of the city -- this place is top notch creative, farm to table, super gourmet, sustainable they grow some of their own food, etc --- somewhat famous chef --- amazing amazing amazing food -- try eating out on their back deck.”
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“Called Lap Dance Saloon, Jeffrey Emerson and Jill Weiner produce and host this free weekly night of stellar stand-up in the East Village featuring a diverse range of comedians. The Mon 18 edition features Katie Hannigan, Jess Salomon, DeAnne Smith, Sagar Bhatt, Dan Harumi, Alex Babbitt, Pretty Sad White Girls, Amber Preston and more. Go on, give yourself a reason not to completely hate Mondays.”
- Abantu bendawo abangu-7 bayatusa
“...i just never had a bad time here. It's always fun and simple to make friends when you sit at the bar. Intimate small place, great sake and good food as well.”
- Abantu bendawo abangu-17 bayatusa