At Nolita House, chefs accent brick-oven pizzas and comfort classics with seasonal ingredients, artisan cheeses, and gourmet flourishes. Size up entrees on the dinner menu while occupying appetites with a set of mac ‘n’ cheese spring rolls, which come chaperoned by a sweet-and-spicy chili dip ($9). The grilled-shrimp salad douses papaya, avocado, and grape tomatoes in a honey-lime-cilantro vinaigrette for a dish as light and fresh as a cloud after a nap ($16). Smoked gouda and black truffle oil drench chunks of lobster in the lobster mac ‘n’ cheese ($16), and caramelized pear, gorgonzola, and arugula perch atop a crispy brick-oven pizza ($14). Brunch eaters can dig into hearty egg dishes or sweeter fare, such as the vanilla brandy french toast ($15). The eatery keeps hours seven days a week and sits conveniently close to multiple subway lines.
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