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Where to Get Takeout and Delivery in Manhattan Right Now, July 2020

12 new restaurants — plus a few old favorites — with exciting options for socially distant dining

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A spread of dishes at new Lower East Side restaurant Public Village
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Following a months-long shutdown due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, many restaurants across the city have reopened for takeout, delivery, and more recently outdoor dining, as the city has largely contained the spread of the virus in recent weeks. The large number of reopenings has also emboldened restaurateurs who were set to open new spots prior to the pandemic to move forward with their plans.

Many have had to rejig their menus and adapt to takeout and delivery, and with so much uncertainty on when indoor dining will return — and when it will be safe to do so — many restaurants are settling into this new reality, and offering stellar dishes to be eaten at home, at outdoor tables, or in a park nearby.

In light of this new reality, Eater is highlighting a mix of new places — and a few old favorites — doing takeout and delivery right now. Caribbean-Asian fusion dishes, a new full-blown Uighur spot, and a pop-up serving summery English fare are among the hottest takeout, delivery, and outdoor dining options in Manhattan right now.

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1. Blume

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1652 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10028
(646) 981-0764
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The third-generation owner of legendary German meat shop Schaller and Weber has opened a new backyard restaurant. Blume is an open air restaurant operating out of Stube Sausage Bar’s backyard, with seating for 20 socially-distant diners, according to owner Jeremy Schaller. The menu includes patio-snacking hits like charcuterie plates, cheese boards, housemade pickles, sorbet, and wine. Heftier options that make use of the legendary butcher’s meats are also available, including a Reuben pastrami on rye and a smoked bacon BLT sandwich. Blume is open Wednesday to Friday, from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

A restaurant backyard with several tables and chairs placed in a courtyard with a red brick wall Kathryn Sheldon/Blume

2. Tamam

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1108 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10075
(212) 639-1818
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This new fast-casual vegan Israeli restaurant from chef Eli Buliskeria focuses on made-to-order staples like hummus bowls, pita sandwiches, and platters that feature a little bit of everything from the menu. Falafel, crispy slices of eggplant, and cauliflower prepared with shawarma spices can be added to each dish. The restaurant is open daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. (or 7 p.m. on the weekends) and delivery and takeout is available from Tamam’s website.

3. Maki Kosaka

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55 W 19th St
New York, NY 10011
(917) 261-5538
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Sushi spot Maki Kosaka was originally conceived as a more affordable omakase and temaki hand roll offshoot from the team behind Michelin-starred Kosaka, but the restaurant ended up reworking the menu and debuting with a smaller outdoor dining menu and a variety of affordable sushi takeout options amid the pandemic. Diners can choose from a handful of sushi sets featuring spicy tuna, salmon, yellowtail, snow crab, and sea scallops. The restaurant is open for outdoor dining, takeout and delivery Tuesday through Sunday, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Boxes of sushi laid out on a white marble table
Maki Kosaka’s takeout options
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4. Soothr

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204 E 13th St
New York, NY 10003
(212) 844-9789
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Regional Thai cooking-focused East Village spot Soothr has a menu spanning 27 items including koong karee, a dish featuring shrimp in a thick egg sauce; a massaman curry with roasted vegetables and pickled shallots; and a compelling mango sticky rice. On a recent visit, Eater critic Robert Sietsema dreamed of eventually eating in its dining room. As of now, takeout and delivery are available, as is some outdoor seating. The restaurant is open Monday through Thursday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., and from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., and on Sunday from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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Soothr in the East Village
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5. Silver Apricot

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20 Cornelia St
New York, NY 10014
(929) 367-8664
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One of the year’s most hotly anticipated restaurants opened for outdoor dining in the West Village this month. Silver Apricot is the second restaurant from Simone Tong, the chef-owner behind the now-shuttered East Village hit Little Tong Noodle Shop. The new restaurant was originally envisioned as a way for Tong to flex the fine dining training she picked up at upscale New York City restaurants, though the concept has since been relaxed a bit. Scallion puff pastries and boozy snow cones are the name of the game for now, though more upscale options like skirt steak and black sesame panna cotta are also available, either as a three-course tasting menu or a la carte. The restaurant is open for outdoor dining, takeout, and delivery from Tuesday through Saturday, 4:30 p.m to 9 p.m.

An overhead photo of a spoon and two bowls of green porridge topped with sunflower seeds Emmeline Zhao/Silver Apricot

6. Dame Summer Club

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85 MacDougal St
New York, NY 10012
(512) 963-7631
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This popular summer pop-up restaurant is a new source for fish and chips, fried fish sandwiches, and other English fare in the West Village. Dame Summer Club may eventually grow into a full-service English restaurant, but for now its summery cocktails and desserts are best enjoyed at its outdoor dining area, which consists of picnic tables, umbrellas, and artificial grass. The food here comes from chef Ed Syzmanski, who helmed the kitchen at Cherry Point in Greenpoint when it received a two-star review from New York Times critic Pete Wells. Dame is open Tuesday to Friday, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, from 1 p.m. until late. On Sundays, the pop-up hosts other chefs, which recently included some standout tamales, tacos, and aguas frescas.

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7. Forsythia

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104 E 7th St
New York, NY 10009
(646) 450-5406
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This Italian East Village trattoria from former Olmsted chef Jacob Siwak and Rezdôra sous chef Mark Coleman is dishing up meal kits that can be taken home or a rotating menu for limited backyard dining. Items include a salad of zucchini, basil, mint, and hazelnuts; olive leaf-shaped pasta with squid ink; and a striped bass dish with fennel, olives, and capers. Outdoor seating gets booked up early, so be sure to book ahead of time. The meal kits are available to pickup from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., and the restaurant is open for outdoor dining Tuesday to Thursday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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8. Nowon

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507 E 6th St
New York, NY 10009
(646) 692-3867
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Korean-American East Village spot Nowon is continuing to serve its hit items like the dry-aged steak burger with kimchi mayo and dill pickles, chopped cheese rice cakes, and the honey butter tater tots. There’s also a sizeable selection of soju cocktails, Korean spirits, wine, and beer for takeout and delivery, though all of it has to be ordered with some food. Nowon is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Thursdays and Fridays from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.

A cheese burger placed on a white plate with a pattern along the border. The cheese burger is sandwiched in a sesame bun with a giant sliced pickle on top held together by a toothpick Katie Harman/Nowon

9. Saigon Social

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172 Orchard St
New York, NY 10002
(646) 609-3202
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Daniel alum Helen Nguyen opened this new restaurant on the Lower East Side in late March. At Saigon Social, the focus is on Vietnamese comfort food, perfect for both a rainy day indoors and for sitting at one of the restaurant’s outdoor tables in summer heat. Saigon Social’s list of noodle dishes, rice bowls, and sandwiches changes weekly, though its beer battered soft shell crab banh mi and spicy chicken sandwich are not to be missed, if available. Saigon Social is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., on Fridays from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and on Sundays from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Check the restaurant’s Instagram page for updated hours and menus.

Saigon Social Saigon Social/Kelly Le [Official Photo]

10. Thai Diner

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186 Mott St
New York, NY 10012
(646) 559-4140
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From the hit team behind Nolita’s Uncle Boons, Thai Diner opened just a month before the pandemic. After initially closing their restaurant, owners Ann Redding and Matt Danzer are now offering takeout and delivery with dishes like the chicken and banana blossom salad, laab with mushroom or fried chicken, crab fried rice, and khao soy. There’s a selection of cocktails, wine, beer, and morgenstern’s ice cream. Available on all major delivery platforms. The restaurant is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and on Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

An oval shaped plate of food with sunny side up eggs, thinly sliced steak, a bowl with white rice, and bowl with an orange sauce Clay Williams/Eater

11. The Bun Hut

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178 Stanton St
New York, NY 10002
(917) 388-2695
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At the Bun Hut, the Caribbean-Asian fusion dishes jump off the menu. Bahamian chef Kermit “Ray” Mackey stuffs Chinese steamed baos with a slew of Caribbean fillings, including braised oxtail, cracked conch, and spiced jackfruit. Aside from the buns, the restaurant also has a lineup of rotis featuring coconut curry chicken, spicy pork, and curry goat, plus main dishes that skew more into typical Caribbean fare, including tamarind braised oxtail and coconut shrimp served with mashed sweet plantains. The Bun Hut is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and takeout and delivery orders are accepted through the restaurant’s website.

A brown box with steamed buns, slaw, sauce, and pile of fried shrimp. Robert Sietsema/Eater

12. Dr. Clark

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104 Bayard St
New York, NY 10013
(646) 998-3408
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Dr. Clark is the latest restaurant from Yudai Kanayama, the hit-making restaurateur behind East Village small plate spot Izakaya. The new restaurant in Chinatown has late-night karaoke and fancy outdoor seating, but the real reason to visit Dr. Clark is for its lamb. Here, the meat is prepared as curry over rice or barbecued by chef Mumetake Ogata as jingisukan, a dish that’s regional to the Japanese island of Hokkaido but served at few other restaurants in Manhattan. Dr. Clark is open for takeout, delivery, and limited outdoor dining Thursday to Sunday, from 12 p.m to 8 p.m.

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13. Public Village

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23 Essex St N
New York, NY 10002
(646) 476-7501
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Lower East Side newcomer Public Village spotlights a unique mix of China’s Sichuan and Dongbei cuisine, showcasing the culinary backgrounds of co-owners Kiyomi Wang and Karen Song. Mixed in among popular Sichuan dishes like dan dan noodles and dumplings in chili sauce are Dongbei-focused hits like the chicken skeleton, a chicken carcass marinated in a mix of spices and herbs then deep fried. There’s also a grill chilled noodle wrap doused in a house Sichuan aioli that Eater critic Robert Sietsema calls out as one of the best things on the menu. The restaurant is open Thursday through Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., and delivery is available on Grubhub.

A crepe squiggled with Sichuan mayo and cut up Robert Sietsema/Eater

14. Ernesto's

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259 E Broadway
New York, NY 10002
(646) 692-8300
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Basque restaurant Ernesto’s opened two months before the pandemic shut down the city, giving just enough time for one of the restaurant’s dishes — a mountain of house-made potato chips showered with sliced Iberico ham — to zing its way around Instagram before the restaurant’s dining room shut down. Now, Ernesto’s has reopened for outdoor dining and added takeout-only service to its next-door cafe, selling sandwiches and pastries including roast beef and white asparagus bocadillos, olive oil cake, and coffee, tea, and cocktails to-go. The cafe is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

A variety of pinxtos, a tapas-style snack dish popular in Basque country, are placed on a wooden table Rachel Vanni/Ernesto’s [Official]

15. Caravan Uyghur Cuisine

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200 Water St
New York, NY 10038
917-261-7445

Caravan is the first full-blown Uighur restaurant to debut in Manhattan, accomplishing a mid-pandemic launch in the former location of Chubby Princess in the Financial District. The menu features charcoal-barbecued chicken and lamb kebabs, sprinkled with cumin and chile flakes, alongside plenty of noodle and dumpling dishes and a selection of round, meat-stuffed pastries. There’s also an $800 whole fire-pit roasted lamb available to order. The restaurant is open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and delivery is available on Grubhub.

A round turnover topped with seeds is held in a hand. Robert Sietsema/Eater

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1. Blume

1652 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10028
A restaurant backyard with several tables and chairs placed in a courtyard with a red brick wall Kathryn Sheldon/Blume

The third-generation owner of legendary German meat shop Schaller and Weber has opened a new backyard restaurant. Blume is an open air restaurant operating out of Stube Sausage Bar’s backyard, with seating for 20 socially-distant diners, according to owner Jeremy Schaller. The menu includes patio-snacking hits like charcuterie plates, cheese boards, housemade pickles, sorbet, and wine. Heftier options that make use of the legendary butcher’s meats are also available, including a Reuben pastrami on rye and a smoked bacon BLT sandwich. Blume is open Wednesday to Friday, from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

1652 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10028

2. Tamam

1108 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10075

This new fast-casual vegan Israeli restaurant from chef Eli Buliskeria focuses on made-to-order staples like hummus bowls, pita sandwiches, and platters that feature a little bit of everything from the menu. Falafel, crispy slices of eggplant, and cauliflower prepared with shawarma spices can be added to each dish. The restaurant is open daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. (or 7 p.m. on the weekends) and delivery and takeout is available from Tamam’s website.

1108 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10075

3. Maki Kosaka

55 W 19th St, New York, NY 10011
Boxes of sushi laid out on a white marble table
Maki Kosaka’s takeout options
Maki Kosaka [Official]

Sushi spot Maki Kosaka was originally conceived as a more affordable omakase and temaki hand roll offshoot from the team behind Michelin-starred Kosaka, but the restaurant ended up reworking the menu and debuting with a smaller outdoor dining menu and a variety of affordable sushi takeout options amid the pandemic. Diners can choose from a handful of sushi sets featuring spicy tuna, salmon, yellowtail, snow crab, and sea scallops. The restaurant is open for outdoor dining, takeout and delivery Tuesday through Sunday, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

55 W 19th St
New York, NY 10011

4. Soothr

204 E 13th St, New York, NY 10003
A restaurant facade open at the front with a couple of tables on the sidewalk.
Soothr in the East Village
Robert Sietsema/Eater

Regional Thai cooking-focused East Village spot Soothr has a menu spanning 27 items including koong karee, a dish featuring shrimp in a thick egg sauce; a massaman curry with roasted vegetables and pickled shallots; and a compelling mango sticky rice. On a recent visit, Eater critic Robert Sietsema dreamed of eventually eating in its dining room. As of now, takeout and delivery are available, as is some outdoor seating. The restaurant is open Monday through Thursday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., and from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., and on Sunday from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.

204 E 13th St
New York, NY 10003

5. Silver Apricot

20 Cornelia St, New York, NY 10014
An overhead photo of a spoon and two bowls of green porridge topped with sunflower seeds Emmeline Zhao/Silver Apricot

One of the year’s most hotly anticipated restaurants opened for outdoor dining in the West Village this month. Silver Apricot is the second restaurant from Simone Tong, the chef-owner behind the now-shuttered East Village hit Little Tong Noodle Shop. The new restaurant was originally envisioned as a way for Tong to flex the fine dining training she picked up at upscale New York City restaurants, though the concept has since been relaxed a bit. Scallion puff pastries and boozy snow cones are the name of the game for now, though more upscale options like skirt steak and black sesame panna cotta are also available, either as a three-course tasting menu or a la carte. The restaurant is open for outdoor dining, takeout, and delivery from Tuesday through Saturday, 4:30 p.m to 9 p.m.

20 Cornelia St
New York, NY 10014

6. Dame Summer Club

85 MacDougal St, New York, NY 10012
Dame Summer Club [Official]

This popular summer pop-up restaurant is a new source for fish and chips, fried fish sandwiches, and other English fare in the West Village. Dame Summer Club may eventually grow into a full-service English restaurant, but for now its summery cocktails and desserts are best enjoyed at its outdoor dining area, which consists of picnic tables, umbrellas, and artificial grass. The food here comes from chef Ed Syzmanski, who helmed the kitchen at Cherry Point in Greenpoint when it received a two-star review from New York Times critic Pete Wells. Dame is open Tuesday to Friday, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, from 1 p.m. until late. On Sundays, the pop-up hosts other chefs, which recently included some standout tamales, tacos, and aguas frescas.

85 MacDougal St
New York, NY 10012

7. Forsythia

104 E 7th St, New York, NY 10009
Forsythia [Official]

This Italian East Village trattoria from former Olmsted chef Jacob Siwak and Rezdôra sous chef Mark Coleman is dishing up meal kits that can be taken home or a rotating menu for limited backyard dining. Items include a salad of zucchini, basil, mint, and hazelnuts; olive leaf-shaped pasta with squid ink; and a striped bass dish with fennel, olives, and capers. Outdoor seating gets booked up early, so be sure to book ahead of time. The meal kits are available to pickup from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., and the restaurant is open for outdoor dining Tuesday to Thursday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.

104 E 7th St
New York, NY 10009

8. Nowon

507 E 6th St, New York, NY 10009
A cheese burger placed on a white plate with a pattern along the border. The cheese burger is sandwiched in a sesame bun with a giant sliced pickle on top held together by a toothpick Katie Harman/Nowon

Korean-American East Village spot Nowon is continuing to serve its hit items like the dry-aged steak burger with kimchi mayo and dill pickles, chopped cheese rice cakes, and the honey butter tater tots. There’s also a sizeable selection of soju cocktails, Korean spirits, wine, and beer for takeout and delivery, though all of it has to be ordered with some food. Nowon is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Thursdays and Fridays from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.

507 E 6th St
New York, NY 10009

9. Saigon Social

172 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002
Saigon Social Saigon Social/Kelly Le [Official Photo]

Daniel alum Helen Nguyen opened this new restaurant on the Lower East Side in late March. At Saigon Social, the focus is on Vietnamese comfort food, perfect for both a rainy day indoors and for sitting at one of the restaurant’s outdoor tables in summer heat. Saigon Social’s list of noodle dishes, rice bowls, and sandwiches changes weekly, though its beer battered soft shell crab banh mi and spicy chicken sandwich are not to be missed, if available. Saigon Social is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., on Fridays from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and on Sundays from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Check the restaurant’s Instagram page for updated hours and menus.

172 Orchard St
New York, NY 10002

10. Thai Diner

186 Mott St, New York, NY 10012
An oval shaped plate of food with sunny side up eggs, thinly sliced steak, a bowl with white rice, and bowl with an orange sauce Clay Williams/Eater

From the hit team behind Nolita’s Uncle Boons, Thai Diner opened just a month before the pandemic. After initially closing their restaurant, owners Ann Redding and Matt Danzer are now offering takeout and delivery with dishes like the chicken and banana blossom salad, laab with mushroom or fried chicken, crab fried rice, and khao soy. There’s a selection of cocktails, wine, beer, and morgenstern’s ice cream. Available on all major delivery platforms. The restaurant is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and on Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

186 Mott St
New York, NY 10012

11. The Bun Hut

178 Stanton St, New York, NY 10002
A brown box with steamed buns, slaw, sauce, and pile of fried shrimp. Robert Sietsema/Eater

At the Bun Hut, the Caribbean-Asian fusion dishes jump off the menu. Bahamian chef Kermit “Ray” Mackey stuffs Chinese steamed baos with a slew of Caribbean fillings, including braised oxtail, cracked conch, and spiced jackfruit. Aside from the buns, the restaurant also has a lineup of rotis featuring coconut curry chicken, spicy pork, and curry goat, plus main dishes that skew more into typical Caribbean fare, including tamarind braised oxtail and coconut shrimp served with mashed sweet plantains. The Bun Hut is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and takeout and delivery orders are accepted through the restaurant’s website.

178 Stanton St
New York, NY 10002

12. Dr. Clark

104 Bayard St, New York, NY 10013
Dr. Clark [Official]

Dr. Clark is the latest restaurant from Yudai Kanayama, the hit-making restaurateur behind East Village small plate spot Izakaya. The new restaurant in Chinatown has late-night karaoke and fancy outdoor seating, but the real reason to visit Dr. Clark is for its lamb. Here, the meat is prepared as curry over rice or barbecued by chef Mumetake Ogata as jingisukan, a dish that’s regional to the Japanese island of Hokkaido but served at few other restaurants in Manhattan. Dr. Clark is open for takeout, delivery, and limited outdoor dining Thursday to Sunday, from 12 p.m to 8 p.m.

104 Bayard St
New York, NY 10013

13. Public Village

23 Essex St N, New York, NY 10002
A crepe squiggled with Sichuan mayo and cut up Robert Sietsema/Eater

Lower East Side newcomer Public Village spotlights a unique mix of China’s Sichuan and Dongbei cuisine, showcasing the culinary backgrounds of co-owners Kiyomi Wang and Karen Song. Mixed in among popular Sichuan dishes like dan dan noodles and dumplings in chili sauce are Dongbei-focused hits like the chicken skeleton, a chicken carcass marinated in a mix of spices and herbs then deep fried. There’s also a grill chilled noodle wrap doused in a house Sichuan aioli that Eater critic Robert Sietsema calls out as one of the best things on the menu. The restaurant is open Thursday through Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., and delivery is available on Grubhub.

23 Essex St N
New York, NY 10002

14. Ernesto's

259 E Broadway, New York, NY 10002
A variety of pinxtos, a tapas-style snack dish popular in Basque country, are placed on a wooden table Rachel Vanni/Ernesto’s [Official]

Basque restaurant Ernesto’s opened two months before the pandemic shut down the city, giving just enough time for one of the restaurant’s dishes — a mountain of house-made potato chips showered with sliced Iberico ham — to zing its way around Instagram before the restaurant’s dining room shut down. Now, Ernesto’s has reopened for outdoor dining and added takeout-only service to its next-door cafe, selling sandwiches and pastries including roast beef and white asparagus bocadillos, olive oil cake, and coffee, tea, and cocktails to-go. The cafe is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

259 E Broadway
New York, NY 10002

15. Caravan Uyghur Cuisine

200 Water St, New York, NY 10038
A round turnover topped with seeds is held in a hand. Robert Sietsema/Eater

Caravan is the first full-blown Uighur restaurant to debut in Manhattan, accomplishing a mid-pandemic launch in the former location of Chubby Princess in the Financial District. The menu features charcoal-barbecued chicken and lamb kebabs, sprinkled with cumin and chile flakes, alongside plenty of noodle and dumpling dishes and a selection of round, meat-stuffed pastries. There’s also an $800 whole fire-pit roasted lamb available to order. The restaurant is open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and delivery is available on Grubhub.

200 Water St
New York, NY 10038

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