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The Little Beet Table

333 Park Ave. S. (E. 25th St.) Send to Phone
Health-conscious fare on Park Avenue.


Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.

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The Little Beet Table, New York, NY

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The Little Beet Table Restaurant Review

: This homage to health-conscious fare on Park Avenue is a big hit, particularly with vegetarians. The Little Beet Table's rustically simple interior is loud, so sit as close as possible to your dining companion. Start with an order of sunflower hummus with grilled pita bread and sip on a glass of wine from the long list. Entrées might include a good bacon-topped burger (though the bun is too crumbly); rigatoni with arugula pistou, butternut squash, roasted mushroom and Parmesan; roasted chicken with Peruvian potato, charred citrus, watermelon radish and aji verde; and seared salmon with celery root, braised leek and watercress gremolata. Dessert options are minimal, but if you need to satisfy a sweet tooth, go for the apple crumble with oat streusel and vanilla ice cream. Cocktails offer interesting options, like the spicy carrot margarita.

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