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Dirt Candy

Amanda Cohen, the founder and head chef at Dirt Candy, is a self-proclaimed drunkatarian, a tip-jar reformer, and a vegetable artist on the plate.

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Cheeky’s Sandwiches

Din Yates is bringing a taste of the Crescent City to the Lower East Side. His sandwich joint Cheeky’s specializes in po’boys, fried chicken biscuits, and all the other classic comfort food that your mom makes. If she’s from New Orleans.

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Derek Orrell

Don't get in a cook off with Derek Orrell. Or for that matter, a knife fight. This head chef is a sharp cookie who has no patience for dull knives, sloppy recipes, or the lazy life.

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Cup & Saucer

Nick Castanos took over Cup & Saucer, a quintessential Lower East Side diner, in 1988. Since then he has watched the neighborhood evolve and the hipsters move in.

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Sweatshop

After bouncing between New York’s coffee joints as freelancers, designers Luke Woodard and Ryan De Remer got their hands on a dodgy old bodega and rebuilt it from the ground up. Enter Sweatshop: part design studio, part ode to Melbourne’s coffee scene.

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