This week, Eater's Senior Critic Robert Sietsema reviews Dimes, a restaurant in downtown NYC that doesn't want to fit into any molds. It's full of beautiful people, but the food is quite good. The space is tiny, but also houses a cosmetics shop. Though breakfast and lunch are "great," it's "dinner, when [owners Alissa Wagner and Sabrina DeSousa] get serious with their menu and its modern obsessions." Four stars (out of four). [Eater NY]
Week in Reviews: Dimes
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