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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 »
Bubby's began life as a bar aimed at loft-dwelling Tribeca artists in 1990, but has since morphed into a sort of comfort-food canteen that has managed to remain plebian despite... More »
Sometimes older simply is better. That's the case with Heidelberg, an antediluvian spot that was planted in Yorkville back in 1939, when German was a common... More »
Petite Abeille, the Belgian chainlet, does all the Euro staples quite well: steamed mussels with twice-cooked fries, croque monsieur, Flemish beef stew, and stoemp, a... More »
Sel de Mer is a seafood restaurant at heart, but this affordable East Williamsburg bistro enlivens traditional fish shack fare. A simply prepared whole roasted fish appears on... More »
Founded in 1985, Union Square Cafe was a game changer for Union Square, not only launching what has become a vibrant restaurant scene, but assisting the neophyte... More »
Murrayâ??s Bagels in Greenwich Village bakes fifteen varieties of huge, chewy bagels--in traditional flavors from salt and poppy seed to Health Grain and cinnamon... More »
With the exception of a mechanical bull, Rodeo Bar has found a way to incorporate every joyous, grandiose Texan stereotype into one building. Positioned at the center of the... More »
SOB's (Sounds of Brazil) opened in 1982 and has proven a blessing to the city's lovers of salsa, samba, reggae, Latin alternative, hip-hop, and more. The attractive space offers... More »
It's fitting that La Promenade des Anglais, a new restaurant whose name recalls Nice's famed Mediterranean boardwalk, is located next to New York City's most beloved stretch for strolling: the High Line.
Ensconced in the vast London Towers apartment complex in Chelsea, this classy Art Deco–ish eatery from chef Alain Allegretti champions the cuisine of Southern France. Flavors...
Many restaurants have splashy openings fueled by flittering publicists and camera-ready chefs. Not Calyer, the latest eatery from the team behind Anella, St. Vitus, and Jimmy's Diner. It debuted in Greenpoint at the end of the summer and has remained under the radar, some evenings hosting only a scattering of diners. But that doesn't mean you should skip this one. No, siree.
How would Eugene Onegin, the title character of the Russian lit classic, feel about his new namesake restaurant on Sixth Avenue?
He was a bit of a dandy, so he'd certainly be into the over-the-top decor and extravagantly priced menu. A narcissist, too—likely he'd dig all the Alexander Pushkin references, from the author's gigantic ceiling portrait to the reproduced notebook...
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