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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Cure

131 E. 7th St. (Ave. A) Send to Phone
212-777-7799
A cure for the common wine bar in the East Village.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Cure Restaurant Review

: Cured meat devotees, rejoice! Tucked into a storefront along what is becoming a restaurant row on East 7th Street, Cure has more sliced protein than you can shake a stick at. Plus, what goes better with cured meats than wine and cheese? Indeed, that’s the focus in this brick-walled space decked out with plush chairs and red curtains in the windows. Diners can nibble on just about any combination of cured meat and cheese they like; in the morning, commuters can even grab a croissant or a slice of freshly made quiche. Beyond oddities like white boar soppressata and duck prosciutto by the slice, Cure wraps up its products into dishes like Brie with fresh fruit and chutney, and pear and arugula salad with Parmesan. The wine list includes inexpensive bottles from South America and Europe.
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