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After a Revamp, Noho Brunch Legend Five Points Returns as Vic's, an Italian Market Restaurant

A Voce alum Hillary Sterling will turn out rye rigatoni and a burrata and anchovy pizza.

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Brunch-time legend Five Points is reopening tonight as an Italian-ish farm to table restaurant called Vic's. The husband and wife team Vicky Freeman and Marc Meyer, who ran Five Points for 15 years and also own Cookshop, Hundred Acres, and the soon-to-open Rosie's, closed the space in August for a revamp by Stone Barns designer Asfour Guzy.

Newly at the helm in the kitchen is Hillary Sterling, who wowed Adam Platt at Beatrice Inn and worked at A Voce under Missy Robbins. She's put together a menu of dishes like chickory with chickpeas and fennel pollen, rye rigatoni with lamb and lemon, and six pizzas, including one topped with burrata and anchovies. The wine menu is relatively small, but barman Rolan Meyer is brewing two house-made limoncellos. There's no word yet on whether brunch will make an appearance again, but stay tuned. 31 Great Jones Street, Noho

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