Welcome to our new photo series, where Eater photographer Daniel Krieger visits some of the city's storied restaurants to capture them at a certain, and very specific, point in the day. For our latest installation, we visit Freemans at 8 p.m.
Lower East Side: Favorite of LES scenesters and all manner of good looking fashionable downtowners, Freemans and its designer Taavo Somer are credited with starting a whole new aesthetic both in the food and fashion worlds. Known for its "hidden" location, collection of taxidermy, and homey vibe, the hope is that they'll soon be known for the new menu of incoming chef Michael Citarella. The time to visit, to see and be seen: 8 p.m. First we'll take a look at the bar. Coming up next: the dining room.
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