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Delicatessen, New York City
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Posted by lifestylehunters | Hotspots | September 17, 2011

Delicatessen, New York City

Menu pictures shot by Terry Richardson, Charlotte Ronson designed the staff uniforms and design firm Nema Workshop collaborated with Thomas Amadai to create the interior and design of the restaurant. Just some name dropping that explains why restaurant Delicatessen feels so complete. Delicatessen is located in the crossroad of Soho and Nolita, on a corner on Prince street. People watching-wise it is probably one of the best spots in NYC. They have a patio around the restaurant so it is also possible to enjoy food and drinks outside. The atmosphere is very relaxed. It’s like a trendy spot where many locals seem to come. It is the perfect spot to start your day with breakfast before a long shopping day is started, to have your fashion break and get some power lunch or to finish the day with cocktails and comfort food. The menu is all about international comfort food, so don’t expect difficult dishes. The chef worked previously in Mercer Kitchen and the Beacon and his italian roots, and french scholing are recognizable in the food. Hunters favourite dish was the herbs goatcheese omelet. And please take a visit to the restrooms. The pictures of Terry Richardson are printed on the door, and they have some fabulous music playing. The Hunters almost putted the toilet seat down and did a little dance on it.

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