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The Fourth recently opened in Union Square from the team behind neighborhood favorites Tocqueville and 15 East. While those two restaurants offer seasonally-driven new American and high class sushi respectively, The Fourth is described as an "American brasserie" and offers a menu that is broader and more affordable.
Salads, charcuterie plates, and pastas find a home next to a dry aged hamburger, steaks, and seafood dishes. Many of the dishes are designed for communal eating, reflected by the long communal table in the downstairs dining room.
Take a look at some of the menu offerings in the slideshow above.
132 Fourth Avenue, New York, NY 10003 (map)
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