Thursday, October 18, 2012

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Noodles at No Name Bar

Greenpoint’s No Name Bar is not big on advertising (they don’t have a phone number, or in case you didn’t notice, a name), so you’re forgiven if you’ve never discovered the slamming food served in the basement. From 12:30pm-3am, descend the staircase for delectable (and highly affordable) bowls of ramen, seafood and fishball noodle soups, and garlicky, seasonal greens.

597 Manhattan Ave

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