Once a gritty, working-class neighborhood of mostly tenement dwellings, Manhattan's Lower East Side now boasts rows of restaurants that command out-the-door-and-down-the-block lines, and a vivid bar scene after dark. The neighborhood flavor is enhanced by the diverse history of early immigrants to New York. Dining options in the Lower East Side come from all over the globe. Use our New York restaurant guide to find the best restaurants in the Lower East Side.
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