Enjoy Healthy Japanese Home-Style Cooking Before Catching A Beloved Flick
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Gohan is a Japanese homestyle-cooking hole-in-the-wall that serves brown rice sushi, soups and protein/vegetable combos. They believe that a balanced meal consists of rice, soup and three small side dishes, complemented by fish or meat, pickled vegetables and green tea. The food also happens to be vegan and gluten-free, so it's truly a feel good spot. It's the perfect healthy meal before sitting in a movie theater for a few hours.
Speaking of, if you're in Chinatown, we pretty much always recommend stopping by The Metrograph. It's one of our favorite movie theaters. Keep an eye on their calendar for a listing of screenings, events and series. After the movie, head upstairs to their commissary for drinks and a snack — you won't believe this happening bar is in a movie theater. Their late night menu includes a burger and mac 'n' cheese so you'll go home happy.
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