Top 5 places to eat after You Me At Six concert in New York

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  1. TheBoil
    The Boil is a Lower East Side attempt at a New Orleans hangout. The room is packed with big, boozy groups, the menu is full of fresh seafood, and the bar has Abita on tap. The menu at The Boil will have you ordering crawfish, shrimp, lobster, and crab by the pound, with your choice of sauce and heat. It’s a perfect blueprint for hands-on eating with a side of beer – except just about none of it works. The seafood itself is decent, and eating out of a garbage bag is fun, but everything else is a step in the wrong direction. This is one of the best fish restaurants in lower east side. Services is very attentive and the seafood is always fresh. Remember that they do only cash
    You can book the table here.
  2. Sel Rose
    Sel Rrose is a cocktail and oyster bar, and a New York drinking and dining institution. The meticulously crafted space is inspired by the moody romance of early 20th century Paris, encapsulating an era of weathered grandiosity in its décor and the pensive, lingering drinking culture of the great artists and writers of the time. The menu features a revolving variety of daily fresh oysters, full raw bar and a selection of seasonal and well-constructed French-inflected plates. To complement, our sprawling white marble bar offers a French-focused cocktail list, featuring guest favorite, the effervescent Lavender Piscine, alongside an array of premium spirits, natural wines and select beers on tap.
    You can book the table here.
  3. De Maria
    De Maria is the Downtown New York contemporary restaurant located at the edge of Nolita. An all day hip cafe focused on delivering convivial dining with a creative atmosphere and fresh meals for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. True to Chef, our menu is comprised of vibrant and healthful offerings.
    You can book the table here.
  4. The Butcher’s Daughter
    At The Butcher’s Daughter, they are committed to buying produce from local and organic farms. The fruits and veggies taste better and it also supports their community’s sustainability. The Butcher’s Daughter is a plant-based restaurant, cafe, juice bar and “vegetable slaughter house.”  They treat fruits and vegetables as a butcher would meat: they chop, fillet and carve fresh produce into healthy vegetarian dishes and press them into pretty juices. The café takes pride in its daily-changing menu, which is 100% vegetarian, and mostly vegan and gluten-free. They can always prepare substitutions for most dietary restrictions.
  5. Peasant
    The menu of this Italian restaurant is a multi-regional array of traditional, rustic dishes that changes seasonally and focuses on local farm to table as well as imported Italian products. The menu includes signature dishes like whole grilled orata, spit-roasted suckling pig, wood roasted squab & several handmade pastas.
    You can book the table here.

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