Upscale take on European plates such as wild-mushroom spätzle served with Italian or Austrian wine
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$84 for dinner for two: two entrees, a bottle of wine, and 1 dessert to share ($114 value)
Alec Baldwin visited Edi & The Wolf the day after his wedding, but you don't have to be celebrating a special occasion to stop by the casual Austrian eatery. Worn brick walls and a wood-planked ceiling approximate the feel of a cozy German home, a vibe reflected in the cuisine itself. Some dishes, such as the spätzle and the heritage-pig wiener schnitzel, are distinctly German, even though they're not served in boots. Others add an Austro-German twist to local ingredients, such as the Long Island mussels and clams simmered in hefeweizen. Small plates like the pickled vegetables or chicken charcuterie encourage sharing, but you'll want to keep the gin-, prosecco-, and lingonberry-infused cocktails all to yourself.