Red Farm 529 Hudson St. Charles & W. 10th Sts.
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“Chinese food expert” Ed Schoenfeld and Chef Joe Ng (both of Chinatown Brasserie) are at it again, now backed by Jeffrey Chodorow and looking to take the dim sum out of Chinatown without taking the Chinatown out of dim sum. Nestled in a 19th-century Tribeca townhouse, this Chinese joint is anything but traditional, offering the likes of “Pac Man” shrimp dumplings (complete with mouth cut-out, awww!, $12) and prime-aged marinated steak with bok choy and shredded potato ($48). Chinatown locals and Hester-street-traveling hipsters may not be pleased with small portions at high prices, but the NYC-standard price cocktails are both delicious and strong enough to help you forget the bill. Try the almost-Asian fare with a Brazilian yuzu caipirinha in this antique American historic site and you’ll soon be wondering how to say “delicious” in the universal language. (Hint: It’s “Mmmmm.”)