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Maman & Mimi: A Cozy Neighborhood Spot for French-Algerian

To Nolita, for Blood Orange Mimosas and Shakshuka in the Sun

By Ilana Dadras ·
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Nolita's latest for authentic French-Algerian comes to us in the form of Maman & Mimi, a cozy new spot from restaurateur Jacques Ouari, now open on Prince Street.

Inside, you'll find a richly decorated interior that's all red patterned walls, beaded and glass chandeliers and tufted leather banquettes. The kind of place to come with a couple friends for platters of moules frites, chicken tajine and swiss-topped black Angus burgers on brioche buns. They've got a solid al fresco set up, as well—so sit outside with some shakshuka and blood orange mimosas on a Saturday, or come by early evening for mushroom-truffle flatbreads and too many glasses of European wine.

Now open, Maman & Mimi, 20 Prince St (between Mott and Elizabeth), 212-966-8886

Ilana Dadras passes her days writing about good food, talking about good food and consuming good food. Occasionally doing other things, too.

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