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Mix It -- FIne, but not very eclectic

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Mix It -- FIne, but not very eclectic

xavier | Jun 19, 2004 09:12 AM

I was drawn to the newly-opened Mix It by this description in NY Mag. "The name says it all at this Nolita newcomer, an offshoot of Jacques Brasserie uptown. The menu is emphatically all over the map: It's unlikely that beef teriyaki, moules marinieres, and Caribbean braised oxtail have ever come out of the same kitchen before—never mind a Philly cheesesteak."

Uh, it's fine, but didn't strike me as all that eclectic a menu. Not terribly distinguisable from Bistro Margot on the same block. But quite nice and I'll be back, especially to try the brunch.

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