Another Australian inspired restaurant (See Five Leaves), has its home in the Village and gets in name from flirting, or just a really good conversation. Besides great food, Banter is also a great place to catch up with friends.
We’re also fans of any place that is going to give us the portions we deserve, and Banter is it. Not only that, they aren’t charging an exorbitant amount for it. Like The Wild Son, Banter is small and split into two dining areas. Both of which is super close to your neighbor. Hey, we’re New Yorkers, we know how to get close.
There are also a ton of options on the healthy side, meaning that there is avocado in a few of the dishes if you need your dose of superfood on a Sunday. Many of the sides are greens or vegetables, with powerful punches of protein like the obvious egg, prosciutto, and salmon. Bonus points for knowing how to poach the perfect egg.
This cozy, Greenwich Village restaurant in Manhattan offers savory bites with portions on the smaller size.
Located close to NYU and other parts of lower Manhattan, check it out if you are in the area.
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Another Australian inspired restaurant (See Five Leaves), has its home in the Village and gets in name from flirting, or just a really good conversation. Besides great food, Banter is also a great place to catch up with friends. We’re also fans of any place that is going to give us the portions we deserve, …
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