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434 Seventh Ave. (14th St.) Send to Phone
Tantalizing little dishes with hints of Turkish, but mainly American, flavors.
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Lunch Tues.-Fri., Dinner Tues.-Sun.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Little D Eatery Restaurant Review

: Little may be indicative of true Turkish-inspired tapas (mezes) and the intimate seating arrangements, but taste looms large with flavors reminiscent of that country's local fish houses (albeit with an American touch). Within the brick and yellow-toned walls, seafood---rather than hummus or dolmas---reigns supreme and with three varieties of oysters, you'll surely be debating the merits of East Coast versus West Coast. For meat lovers, be prepared to go for the Coca-Cola braised St. Louis ribs with sweet potato mash and house pickle. The old-time favorite of mac ‘n’ cheese with cheddar, Parmesan, Gruyère and breadcrumbs rounds out a satisfying meal. Caramel apple bread pudding offers bites of pure bliss. Arrive early because the locals who gather here quickly fill the limited number of tables.

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