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Michael White's temple to Italian seafood is full of pleasures. It's also full of incredibly rich people. To experience Marea on something approaching the cheap, go for one of the... More »
The owners of this new Eastern European eatery have worked magic on the space, refurbishing the antique tin ceiling and brick walls, creating a hospitable bar... More »
Making spectacular use of an inherited wood-burning oven, August presents a greatest hits of greasy, garlicky, salty European food, including guinea hen cooked under a... More »
The sumptuous dining room is characterized by the precise placement of decorative objects: peasant costumes smothered in lace, prints of 19th-century Prague, farm... 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 »
Although Half King is owned by Perfect Storm author, Sebastian Junger, you're less likely to find writers here than glitzy media people, who can afford the pricey... More »
This kosher-style deli in Mill Basin, Brooklyn may be open on Saturdays, but the cracked pepper-rubbed pastrami is authentic as they come. Find it in a... 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 »
Between Third and Fourth Avenues in the East Village, Nevada Smiths (tagline: "where football is religion") is open from the early morning until just before sunrise. One of... More »
The decor at this old favorite hasnat changed since 1932, but that doesnat stop the young hipster crowd from frequenting for $2.50 beers and a crack at the indie- and... More »
Sacred steel guitarists Calvin Cooke, Aubrey Ghent, and brothers Chuck and Darick Campbell have risked censure by the House of God Church, where the tradition was born, in order to share their slippery licks in places like Times Square with heathens such as you and me. The quartet of elders plays electro-sliding renditions of blues by Elmore Leonard, rock by George Harrison, and gospel by...
Frank Zappa's purely musical genius nearly always trumps his satire whenever saxophonist-bandleader Palermo's 18-piece ensemble whips up the late composer-guitarist's repertoire, as they've been doing since 1980. And as FZ's longest-tenured sideman, the singer-guitarist Napoleon Murphy Brock infused Zappa's music with r&b vitality and plenty of the spontaneous funny, so expect the same during...
Back in the ‘80s, guitar wizard Stanley Jordan started blowing minds with an intricate fretboard tapping method that allowed him to play independent parts with each hand. For his four-day run at Iridium, he'll be performing with his trio, even though he barely needs them.
Thu., Aug. 16, 8 & 10 p.m.; Fri., Aug. 17, 8 & 10 p.m.; Sat., Aug. 18, 8 & 10 p.m.; Sun., Aug. 19, 8...
what an amazing night!!!!!Read Full Review
I heard that their duck confit spaghetti is amazing, so decided to have dinner with my boyfriend there. It was a bit hard to find, so don't get lost everyone. It's next to Yokocho (which is next to the book store at the corner).
I usually don't eat duck, but their duck confit spaghetti was absolutely delicious! I can eat it three times a day. Thanks...
Hands down the best Spinach Artichoke Pizza I have ever had! Great beer selection and atmosphere too.Read Full Review
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