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The Fat Radish opened in New York City’s Lower East Side in 2010. The restaurant boasts a rustic interior - reminiscent of London's Covent Market - with long wooden farm tables, white-washed white brick walls, and a large skylight which streams bright light throughout the dining room. The veg-friendly menu sources locally and takes inspiration from its British roots. Using seasonal ingredients, The Fat Radish produces simple plates which feature vegetables at the forefront of the dish - such as Celery Root Pot Pie (a fan favorite) and loads of hearty salads. Their menu also consists of proteins such as a classic Cheeseburger or Pan Seared Diver Scallops. The restaurant is led by founding partner Phil Winser and managing partner Natalie Freihon.