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Exchange Alley

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Cuisine: American, Cajun, Contemporary, Creole

Price: $$$

424 E 9th St

New York, NY 10009 | See Map

Neighborhood: East Village

(212) 228-8525

www.exchangealleynyc.com

Mon - Thu: 11AM - 12PM

Sat - Sun: 11AM - 3PM

At A Glance

  • Reservations
  • Alcohol
  • Bar
  • Beer/Wine
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Lunch
Zagat
Exchange Alley

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Bringing a touch of the Big Easy to the East Village, this midpriced arrival plies New Orleans–influenced small and large plates washed down with upscale cocktails; the funky, candlelit space brims with tchotchkes and kitsch, including an oversize '40s-era painting of a pinup girl holding a raw steak.

About the Restaurant

Exchange Alley is located in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan and serves American, Contemporary, Cajun, and Creole cuisine. Exchange Alley accepts advance reservations and serves alcohol.

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