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Restaurants & Bars

The Redhead- A new favorite place

JBRTx | Jul 24, 200809:56 PM     23

Just tried The Redhead in the east village, last night for dinner and I have to say this is definitely worth checking out. I read the short article in the Times a few weeks back and wanted to try it out. The menu is fun and the food is great. The Fried Chicken is great as are the Shrimp and Grits. They even have a bacon peanut brittle. The chef must be from the South since I haven't had Shrimp and Grits this good since I was in New Orleans. Also the cocktail menu has some interesting stuff on there as well. Overall this is a great hidden gem that offers a laid back atmosphere, awesome food and drinks at the right price. I will definitely be back and would recommend it to anyone.

349 East 13th Street (First Ave)

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