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East Side Casual but Good


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Spigolo - good, casual contemporary Italian - may be tough to get a reservation, but outside seating is first come first served (also no corkage for early seatings - before 6:30 or 7:00).

Opus - good high end brick oven pizza and very well executed pastas - usually fairly quiet.

Land - exceptional upscale Thai food.

Beyoglu - very good casual Mediterranean - lots of outside seating.

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Spigolo - good, casual contemporary Italian - may be tough to get a reservation, but outside seating is first come first served (also no corkage for early seatings - before 6:30 or 7:00).

Opus - good high end brick oven pizza and very well executed pastas - usually fairly quiet.

Land - exceptional upscale Thai food.

Beyoglu - very good casual Mediterranean - lots of outside seating.

Square Meal on 92nd off Madison. Wonderful American "market driven" food and you can bring your own wine.

I went to Beyoglu last weekend for lunch and found that it had slipped quite a bit.

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