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Antique Garage

After drinks at my favorite speakeasy, Noel and I headed to dinner at Antique Garage in Soho. Antique Garage is a converted mechanic’s shop with a Mediterranean-influenced menu. The softly-lit restaurant is decorated with antiques (no surprise there) and often has live jazz music. It’s very eclectic to say the least, and we absolutely loved the vibe.

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We met up with our friend Paola (who we also know from our Budapest trip!) so it was a fabulous NYC reunion.

I was happy to see her. Clearly Noel was too…

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For dinner, I recommend the Grilled Meatballs. This dish has seasoned ground lamb served with whole grain rice, tzatziki and French fries, and is really very good.

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We also liked the Mediterranean Pasta which has penne with artichokes, grape tomatoes and black olives in a roasted red vegetable sauce.

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Antique Garage is now one of my favorite Soho restaurants. Its unique, eclectic vibe is really pretty special. To find out more information, or to make a reservation, click here.

So Noel and Paola… when’s our next Budapest reunion?

~A

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