When you’re with a big group and no one can agree on where to go for dinner, head to Craft Work in West Village. This place specializes in comfort food, like chicken pot pie and spaghetti and meatballs, along with things like lamb curry and their own take on the Big Mac. There’s a full raw bar as well, in case someone you’re with really wants some oysters with their pot pie. Craft Work also has long bar tables, so your whole group can sit together and eat a variety of things you’d never expect on the same menu, but somehow works.
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