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Pies-N-Thighs: Southern Chow in a Williamsburg Bar

Crispy fried catfish, pulled pork with Carolina-style vinegar bite, and macaroni and cheese with a gentle chile kick are early hound favorites at Pies-n-Thighs, which dishes up Southern-accented chow from a makeshift kitchen. READ MORE

Little Owl: Promising Mediterranean Hideaway in the Village

An Italian-leaning menu of simple, seasonal dishes is drawing crowds at the Little Owl, which roosted a month ago on the site of the now-closed bistro Chez Michallet. READ MORE

Fish Balls Fuzhou Style and Other Chinatown Bites

Wei Choon Wang makes first-rate fish balls in the Fuzhou style, reports Chandavkl. READ MORE

Cobble Hill Dinner Deals at Chestnut and Caffe Carciofo

More good deals in Cobble Hill, where Chestnut lays out a $25 prix fixe three-course dinner on Tuesdays and Wednesdays that “has to be one of the great bargains in Brooklyn,” suggests Steve R.. READ MORE

Lunch Special at Primorski

There’s a don’t-miss bargain at Primorski in Brighton Beach, which for 25 years has served up hearty Russian and Georgian chow —plus nightly floor shows and free-flowing vodka. READ MORE

Lively Greek Flavors, Far From Classic, at Parea

Greek newcomer Parea offers some appetizing-sounding entrees, but it may take you a while to get that far into the menu. Hounds are stuck on its inventive mezethes. READ MORE

Mexican, All Dressed Up and Delicious

Crema does what one Chowhound calls “highfalutin Mexican”—a red flag for many—but pulls it off with aplomb. READ MORE

Luxia in the Theater District

Everyone seems to be looking for chowish Theater District spots above and beyond the usual suspects. Well, here’s a good one: Luxia. READ MORE