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Duane Park

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Photograph: Virginia RollisonWarm duck confit with rhubarb and walnut compote at Duane Park
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Photograph: Virginia RollisonRoasted shrimp with Nora Mills cheese grits at Duane Park
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Photograph: Virginia RollisonPan roasted monk fish with saffron risotto cake and Jonah crab claw at Duane Park
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Photograph: Virginia RollisonRoasted rack of New Zealand lamb with polenta cake and beurre rouge at Duane Park
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Photograph: Virginia RollisonMidnight Lover cocktail at Duane Park

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Take a step back in time at this burlesque lounge and supperclub in the East Village, which shares its space with Bowery Poetry Club (readings are held on Sunday and Monday nights). Shows range from classic burlesque to jazz and vaudevillian acts to acrobatics and magic, while the the Southern-inflected menu showcases classics like shrimp and grits and pan-roasted monkfish. Dramatic and decadent surroundings like ornate crystal chandeliers, Corinthian-topped columns and a sweeping staircase will make you feel like one of New York's elite from a bygone era.

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Address: 308 Bowery
New York
10012
Cross street: between Bleecker and E Houston Sts
Transport: Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave, 6 to Astor Pl
Price: Average main course: $25. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
Contact:
Opening hours: Tue 6pm–midnight; Wed, Thu 6pm–1am; Fri, Sat 7pm–3am
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