Oda House

Restaurants, Contemporary European East Village
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Oda House
Republic of Georgia native Maia Acquaviva shares the vibrant flavors of her homeland—with dishes like khachapuri (cheese breads) and chakapuli (slow-cooked lamb)—at this 70-seat East Village spot. On weekends, catch performances by traditional Georgian folksingers.

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Venue name: Oda House
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Address: 76 Ave B
New York
10009
Cross street: at 5th St
Opening hours: Daily noon-midnight
Transport: Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave
Price: Average main course: $13. Disc, MC, V.
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Ariel F
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One [albeit slightly complicated] word: khachapuri. The addictive georgian cheesy bread - think of it as chicago deep dish by way of the former soviet union - is worth the visit alone. Stewed meats and veggies, the aforementioned bread - served with creamy cheese, a poached egg, and butter - and amazing meat dumplings are just a sampling of what lays in wait on the traditional georgian menu. A really great spot for groups, sharing exotic plates, and drinking cheap (but not bad!) wine. Definitely a go to spot!