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Chefs Cooking in the Dark After Hurricane Sandy

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The chefs at Tertulia kept on cooking through the storm, aided by some stylish headlights [Photo: Tertulia via <a href="http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=373742689366795&set=pb.152149768192756.-2207520000.1351982351&type=3&theater">Facebook</a>
The chefs at Tertulia kept on cooking through the storm, aided by some stylish headlights [Photo: Tertulia via Facebook


Power has finally been restored in much of the city, but for several days, Lower Manhattan was left in the dark to fend for itself without any light, gas, or heat. Yet, during the days following Hurricane Sandy, many restaurants in "The Dark Zone" bravely stayed open to serve the citizens of SoPo. Here are several photos of chefs hard at work during the power outage. As you can see, it would take more than the absence of light and lack of electricity to stop these restaurants from serving up warm food, cold booze, and good times to those in need of a little reprieve from the storm.
· All Coverage of Hurricane Sandy [~ENY~]

Tertulia

359 6th Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10014 (646) 559-9909 Visit Website

The Spotted Pig

314 West 11th Street, Manhattan, NY 10014 (212) 620-0393 Visit Website

Barraca

81 Greenwich Avenue, New York, NY 10014 212 462 0080

Motorino

510 Columbus Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10024 (917) 675-7581 Visit Website

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