As a local, I would frequent the ecclectically evolved delicious experience of SoHo at least THREE times a week. The new owners have removed the atmosphere rendering a space that is trying too hard, dinner portions that are missing more than half, and dinner prices that are more than double. (AKA the public.) Perhaps for lunch, but NEVER again for dinner; pretentious or otherwise. Sorry SoHo, you ruined a really good thing.
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