A Slice of Hawaii Exists In Manhattan
If you’re kicking yourselves for not taking that trip to Hawaii, don’t worry—Noreetuh has you covered. This Hawaiian restaurant gives off major modern vibes with booming flavors to match. If you’re not especially familiar with Hawaiian cuisine, we recommend you check out their mochi-crusted bass (with with pole bean, chinese bacon, and fermented black bean) and kalua pork cavatelli. Then, definitely follow up the entree with their coconut and squash ube pie.
After dinner, go from modern to Mediterranean at Horus Cafe on A. Between the golden glow and Middle Eastern inspiration, you will fall in love with this place well before they even bring out the hookahs. Choose between two sets of flavors, including Fresh Fruit and Liqueur, then kick back and enjoy.
128 First Avenue, Manhattan
Horus Cafe on A
293 East 10th Street, Manhattan