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Take a Look Around The Airy, Tree-Filled Tartinery In NYC


Earlier this week, Tartinery— a cafe specializing in that most delicious of French open-faced sandwiches, the tartine—opened up in Manhattan's Nolita neighborhood. The menu features several variations of that signature sandwich along with soups and salads for around $8 and more upscale fare like foie gras and Lobster for $20. But the real draw here is the space, which incorporates repurposed materials from a building in nearby Tribecca that was recently demolished. Yes, the bi-level dining room also includes a tree at its center, lots of natural light, and tables with numbers on them.

More pics and details over at Eater NY.>>


209 Mulberry St., New York, NY

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