(credit: Flinder's Lane)

(credit: Flinder’s Lane)

It’s getting cold outside and the best way to warm up is with a bowl of soup. Here are five broths, soups, and curries that will help take the chill away. By Carly Petrone.

(credit: Facebook/KingsleyNYC)

(credit: Facebook/KingsleyNYC)

Kingsley

190 Avenue B
New York, NY
212-674-4500

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Head over to the East Village for a bowl of curry soup like no other. Kingsley on Avenue B is serving up a deeply flavorful soup filled with M.D.I. mussels, turmeric, and green apple. Add a side of brussels sprouts with miso butter to round out this savory meal.

(credit: Tapestry)

(credit: Tapestry)

Tapestry

60 Greenwich Avenue
New York, NY 10011
212-373-8900

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Tapestry takes comfort food to a new level with their Indio Posole. This decadent soup is filled with layers of pork hominy, chile, saffron, pickled cabbage, kachumbari, chutney, and avocado. As if these flavors weren’t enough to awaken your taste buds, try one of their many Indian-inspired cocktails like the “Sela” (tequila, saffron, turmeric, black pepper, lime, cayenne) or the “Kashmir Valley” (vodka, red pepper corn, lime, cucumber dill.) You won’t be disappointed.

(credit: Flinders Lane)

(credit: Flinders Lane)

Flinders Lane

162 Avenue A
New York, NY 10009

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If you’re craving curry then make your way to Flinders Lane, where Chef Chris Rendell is whipping up a rich Coconut Curry Laksa ($19.) First, he makes laksa paste and sambal for a rich, flavorful, and fragrant broth that soaks up mounds of shrimp, crab meat, bean sprouts, tofu, and rice noodles. It’s definitely a filling meal, but make sure to leave room for a tasty cocktail. Their “Spiced Carrot Margarita” with tequila, mezcal, chili, fresh carrot, cardamom and lime is a great choice, while the “Rosemary-Lavender G&T” cools off any residual heat from the curry in the soup.

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(credit: Davio’s Manhattan)

Davio’s Manhattan

447 Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10017
212-661-4810

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Davio’s Manhattan has created a ramen so good that it’s only available on Sunday nights. From 5 p.m. – 10 p.m., guests can enjoy the Davio’s Steakhouse Ramen Bowl, deliciously crafted with a 24-hour roasted bone marrow broth. Slurp up homemade ramen noodles and bite into prime beef sirloin, organic egg, green onions, basil, and organic mushrooms. It’s also topped with shaved truffles for an added punch of flavor. Pair it with a nice red wine and cheers to another week ahead.

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(credit: Instagram/brodonyc)

Brodo Broth Shop

The Holiday Shops at Bryant Park
42nd St. and Avenue of the Americas

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If your favorite part about soup is the base, then make sure to try out Brodo Broth Shop. Stop through The Holiday Shops at Bryant Park and try one of Chef Marco Canora’s three bone broths – organic chicken, gingered grass-fed beef, and signature Hearth. Vegan eaters can also enjoy the seaweed-mushroom broth along with your choice of fresh add-ins to customize flavor and boost nutrients. Stay healthy this winter with the Sipping Beauty (hearth broth, fresh parsley, lemon wedge), pep up your day with the Morning A Go-Go (chicken broth, bitter cacao, Brodo blend of stimulating herbs, grass-fed butter), or try something spicy with the Texas Two-Step (beef broth, spiced bone marrow). Choose from a small or large and grab a lid so you can sip it on the go.

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Carly Petrone is the founder of Petrone on the Rocks, a lifestyle site about food, drinks, beauty, travel, and more. She lives in New York City.

Comments (4)
  1. bridget says:

    where is the lentil soup recipe

  2. Barbara says:

    Where do I find Tony Tantillo’s Tortellini Soup recipe?

    1. ernie says:

      Why is it so difficult to locate the receipe for lentil soup. Tony makes it sound so simple, 40 minutes later I’m stll looking for it. Would appreicate receipes shown by date on Tony’s Place , thank you.

  3. Helen Williams says:

    I missed the latkes receipe. Please send it to my email Hwilliams2@nyc.rr.com

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