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  • Spotted Pig
    314 W. 11th St. | West Village

    Hype and celebrity glitz aside, the Spotted Pig is a very fine bistro, offering a combo of Tuscan food, pub grub, and more inventive dishes. Best of all is gnudi;featherweight pasta-less ricotta... More on Spotted Pig »

  • Three of Cups
    83 First Ave. | East Village

    The decor is Medieval/Occult, the food, modern Italian with a twist. The butter-dripping baked potato and the crostini with roasted garlic make good starters/snacks. You can top them off with a... More on Three of Cups »

  • Pop Burger
    58-60 Ninth Ave. | Chelsea

    You'll either love 'em or hate 'em;miniature burgers, sold in pairs, topped with a tiny swatch of cheese and a slice of plum tomato on a picture-perfect brown bun, smeared with Russian dressing.... More on Pop Burger »

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  • Blue Smoke
    116 E. 27th St. | Murray Hill

    While we were prepared to be disappointed on a grand scale at Blue Smoke, some of the food was quite good. Among the barbecue entrĂ©es, the ribs fare best. The St. Louis spare ribs are thickly... More on Blue Smoke »

  • Old Town Bar & Restaurant
    45 E. 18th St. | Flatiron

    You may remember it from the opening titles of Late Night With David Letterman: the Old Town Bar, a fixture in the Flatiron District since 1892. It's far more accessible than the overcrowded... More on Old Town Bar & Restaurant »

  • Schiller's Liquor Bar
    131 Rivington St. | Lower East Side

    Some people complain about long waits and rude service, but we'll assume they just weren't pretty enough to be there anyway. Moving on: The place has mellowed out since the initial hysteria... More on Schiller's Liquor Bar »

  • St. Andrews
    140 W. 46th St. | West 40s

    New York's only Scottish restaurant serves mainly steaks, salads, and oysters. But look around the corners of the menu for such Highland specialties as haggis, an accumulation of diced organs... More on St. Andrews »

  • Killmeyer's Old Bavaria Inn
    4254 Arthur Kill Road | Staten Island

    Near the southernmost point of New York State, located in an old mansion brooding over the Arthur Kill and not far from Tottenville's 1680 stone Conference House, Killmeyer's is a convenient... More on Killmeyer's Old Bavaria Inn »

  • Donovan's Pub
    5724 Roosevelt Ave. | Flushing

    Is it the best burger in town, as the sign outside proclaims? That's a serious pronouncement, so let's just say it is absolutely in the top five--especially if you're in the camp that likes its... More on Donovan's Pub »

  • Jimmy's No. 43
    43 E. Seventh St. | East Village

    Handily bridging the gap between a creative modern bistro and a beer bar with exotic pulls and bottles, Jimmy's strives to be underground in more ways than one. The menu changes daily, and the... More on Jimmy's No. 43 »

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  • Jonah Miller began mapping out plans for a restaurant when he was still a teenager. "Broadly speaking, I grew up in the city, and I knew from a very young age what I wanted to do," he says. "I started working in restaurants at 14." Twelve years later, the chef -- who has spent time behind the burners at Chanterelle, Gramercy Tavern, and Savoy -- is making good on that goal. Huertas (107 First... More on Huertas »

  • When one restaurant's doors close, another restaurant's doors open in fast-paced New York City, and every Friday we'll fill you in on what opened up around town this week. This week: a soba restaurant above a sushi mainstay, a grilled cheese joint in Bushwick, and a Paris wine bar finds a home stateside. Daruma-Ya, 428 Greenwich Street, 212-274-0428 The restaurant above Sushi Azabu is now... More on Daruma-Ya »

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