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  Night Out New American Soho Moderate Great


Peter Hoffman, the chef and an owner of Savoy, a comfortable, urban dining spot in Soho, has been a proponent of the greenmarket cooking for over ten years. Indeed, you’ll find him with his tricycle-pulled wagon at the local farmers markets several times a week, picking produce for his inspired menu of global fare—dishes taken from Spain, Latin America, France, Morocco, and Greece, as well as America’s various regions—brought to life with simple, brilliant ingredients. The newly renovated restaurant feels bigger, and more contemporary, and features a lively bar downstars and an intimate dining room upstairs with an open fireplace where many of Mr. Hoffman’s rustic dishes are cooked right before your eyes in the blazing hearth.

Savoy, 70 Prince Street, b/w B'way & Crosby, 212-219-8570.


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