Eats to try - Lunch?

Interesting places around Manhattan to try, not necessarily for dinner.

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    Caracas Arepa Bar
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    Miss Lily's
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    Biryani Cart - Kati Roll
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    Hua Ji Pork Chop
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    Sunkist Bakery
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    Lam Zhou
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    Dos Toros
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    Tacos Morelos - Queens

    Tacos Morelos - Queens

    Tacos Morelos
    
Robert Sietsema of The Village Voice came face-to-face with his favorite taco around midnight while walking on Roosevelt Avenue in Queens one night. At a food truck turned gastro-pub named Tacos Morelos, he saw tacos being filled with yellow rice-and as if the double starch wasn't intriguing enough, Sietsema became even more compelled to try this taco when he saw that it also had a chile relleno inside, oozing over with cheese. Tacos Morelos sells these meal-size portions for $5 and serves them with a side of grilled peppers. Sietsema recommends adding chipotle hot sauce to this taco masterpiece. (94-13 37th Ave.; 347-832-0193)

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    Downtown Bakery
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    Arancini Bros
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    Down East

    Down East

    Down East

    The owners of Grey Lady have opened this takeout seafood shack next door, serving lunch and dinner. Swing by for a fast fix of clam and lobster rolls, oysters and more.

    Down East
    77 Delancey St.
    New York, NY 10002
    646-389-3474

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    Cielo
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    lam zhou
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    Panda Dumpling House

    Panda Dumpling House

    Chinese hamburger with pork at Panda Dumpling House

    67A Eldridge St between Grand and Hester Sts

    The dumplings ($1–$2.50) at this new Chinatown takeout spot are stellar—they’re made-to-order and filled with everything from fried leeks to pork and bok choy. But for superb snacking, our money’s on the “burger” ($2.50), a dense, almost buttery bun (it’s practically a biscuit) that’s griddled, split side to side and stuffed with sweet chunks of slow-cooked pork belly that’s slathered with a tangy-sweet Asian barbecue sauce. Paper-thin slices of pickled cucumber top the creation, best enjoyed with a squirt of sriracha for extra kick. •

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    Jack's Wife Freda
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    Moti Mahal Delux

    Moti Mahal Delux

    Moti Mahal Delux

    The Upper East Side has the first US address of this global Indian chain (over 100 locations). Signature dishes include murgh makhani (butter chicken) and tandoori chicken. See the menu.

    Moti Mahal Delux
    1149 First Ave.
    New York, NY 10065
    212-371-3535
    http://www.motimahaldelux.us

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    afé Spice Dosateria & Lassi Bar at Whole Foods Tribeca

    afé Spice Dosateria & Lassi Bar at Whole Foods Tribeca