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Though the name is something of a misnomer (most great Texas barbecues are located east of Austin, not in the Hill Country), this institution succeeds in... More »
This Germanic-American bistro in Carroll Gardens still roasts the best bone marrow in town. Prime Meats serves a single bone, but it's long, deep, and full of the stuff. It... More »
While the experience is decidedly more down-home than downtown, the expert, pressure-fried chicken at the tiny Bobwhite Lunch and Supper Counter might... More »
Shops hawking artisanally crafted foodstuffs are a dime a dozen these days, especially in Brooklyn. However, Court Street Grocers stands apart from the pack, given... More »
The menu at Andrew Carmellini's Soho venture hopscotches across our mighty country while giving props to Japan, Mexico, Italy, and beyond. Be forewarned: The restaurant is... More »
Frying up the best chicken in Williamsburg, and some of the best in Brooklyn, Pies-N-Thighs represents a sort of hipsterized Southern diner, a "meat and three" place that... More »
The so-called specialty burger is a thing of beauty -- a half pound of charred pink flesh with a bandolier of applewood-smoked bacon, a mantling of aged cheddar, and... More »
Daniel Boulud's most populist restaurant yet is dedicated to homemade sausages and beer. And what sausages! There's boudin Basque, crafted from pork blood and pig's head that forms... More »
In its original location two blocks north, Out of the Kitchen was mainly a cookie and cupcake bakery, with a few sandwiches and hot carryout meals. Now a liquor... More »
The eponymous burger requires three napkins, not five, but it's great anyway, laked with so much aioli it looks like melted cheese. The meat is high-quality, but it's... More »
Here is a bowl of New England clam chowder ($15), the stock, thickened with potato, a silky conduit for the flavors of clams, bacon, and bay leaf, served with a bowl of "oyster crackers." You know this dish, but there are those silly quotation marks, relics of menu-writing, reminding you that things aren't always what they seem. Culinary tricks can be gimmicky and exhausting, and eaters...
If you've stood with friends and watched a piglet roast over the coals, or passed around a gratin dish so heavy that you sprained a wrist, you've feasted. Its meaning is old and its form isn't fixed, but we all know a feast when we're at one. It involves the sort of joyful and unpretentious eating that predates restaurant culture by thousands of years.
Newly opened Feast in the East...
Many New Yorkers cherish memories of New England seacoast vacations. And a visit to a lobster pound, clam shack, or oyster bar poised by the water or on a dock is often one of those favorite sensory snapshots. The food isn't complicated—fried or boiled seafood, french fries, mayonnaisey coleslaw—but the taste is enhanced by the proximity of lapping waves and the smell of...
Great Show! NYC's long running variety burlesque show.
Unique and eye popping acts, a bevy of burlesque beauties, and live blues and jazz stylings.
Great burgers, great cold beers. Loved it when I lived there in the 70's and couldn't wait to visit when I returned to NY in 2006!Read Full Review
Great food, nice place to grab a drink outside. Don't miss the Taco stand on the side door. Some of the most authentic in NY for sureRead Full Review
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