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Gotham Guide: New Tastes from Le Crocodile, Noreetuh & More

Addison Aloian | April 5, 2021 | Food & Drink

Becco Salmon

Hell's Kitchen favorite Becco is reopen for business.

Gotham Guide is a weekly list of new restaurants, special menus and pop-ups throughout New York City. Support local businesses and head out on a culinary adventure with our suggestions below.

It really feels as if the end of the pandemic is in sight, and once New York City is fully reopen, we know these streets will feel livelier than ever.

There's plenty to celebrate while we wait. This week sees several restaurant reopenings and new springtime menus. From the tropical tastes of modern Hawaiian to classic cocktails and cauliflower pasta, there’s plenty of dining options to explore. These are the flavors you've just got to try.

See also: Carbone's Famous Pasta Sauces Now Sold Online and in Stores

Le Crocodile

80 Wythe Ave., Brooklyn / Website

Le Crocodile at the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg reopens after closing for the winter. Come in for dinner, lunch and weekend brunch services to enjoy venison tartare with porcini potato chips, duck leg with satsuma orange and endive, jonah crab with avocado and yuku koshu and more. Reservations can be made online.

Noreetuh

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128 First Ave. / Website

Noreetuh, the modern Hawaiian restaurant in the East Village, announces spring additions to its menu. Highlights include a skewer of Japanese firefly squid with green asparagus, Imperial Steak with pea leaf croutons, fried chicken, bowls and more. Noreetuh is open for indoor and outdoor dining. Reservations can be made online.

The Sentry Flatiron

37 W. 24th St. / Website

The Hotel Henri's penthouse bar The Sentry opens April 8, serving an extensive menu of wine, beer, cider and cocktails from Thursdays to Saturdays, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Try the Sentry Margarita with tequila, lime, cardamom, licor 43 and jalapeno tincture; or the Charade with cucumber-dill vodka, clarified lemon, aloe vera, seltzer and elderflower. Pair your cocktails with an Impossible Sausage roll with smoked beetroot relish; or crispy pork with chili paste.

fifteentwenty

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Fifteentwenty is a quick-service grocer serving the Upper West Side and Hell’s Kitchen. The new venture follows a successful launch by the company on the Upper East Side two months ago. Delivering to anyone within a 15 to 20 minute radius from their warehouses, Fifteentwenty runs daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Delivery fees start at $2.99 but are free for orders more than $40, which can be placed through the website or on their app.

CAULIPOWER

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Available via FreshDirect & Kroger’s / Website

Caulipower launches its own original cauliflower pasta. Purchase Caulipower linguine and pappardelle via FreshDirect delivery or in Kroger’s. These pastas are made in Italy and are completely gluten-free, providing 1/3 cup of veggies per serving. It takes just three minutes to cook, and the pastas cost $5.99.

Becco

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355 W. 46th St. / Website

Beloved Italian restaurant Becco is reopen and ready for customers. Since 1993, the local favorite has served parmigiana di pollo, osso buco alla becco, trancio di salmone and their fried mozzarella ‘in carrozza.’ Reservations can be made online.



Photography by: Courtesy Becco