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Chef April Bloomfield's project The Breslin Bar & Dining Room is a pub connected to a hip hotel in Manhattan's gritty wholesale district, a darkened maze... More »
The Hooker is named after a fishing boat that plies the waters of Galway Bay, not a lady of the night. While the fare falls short of making this place a real gastropub, the... More »
The premises were indeed once a hardware store and foundry, dating to the 19th century. The single-plate meals at Jones Wood Foundry make the best values, including a... More »
Nelson Blue is the city's only New Zealand bar andrestaurant, with a Maori inspired decor and a location on the best street in the Seaport. Peck Slip is a broad cobbled... More »
Remember your first college dinner party? The menu wasn't totally cohesive, but you all brought beer and listened to the coolest music over communal plates of grub. Do or... More »
This Lower East Side gastropub keeps it really casual with a list of tried-and-true British and American comfort food classics. The name is actually a reference to the... More »
On a day full of cookouts, count on the good folks at Do or Dine to offer the only one that you’ll regret missing: Rub-a-Grub. Instead of flipping your own burgers and roasting your own dogs, chefs George McNeese and Justin Warner (the latter soon to premiere his own Food Network series) will be cooking up the food that has made their restaurant one of the hottest in Brooklyn. And instead...
Remember your first college dinner party? The menu wasn't totally cohesive, but was such a pleasant change from the cafeteria it didn't matter. You all brought beer and listened to the coolest music over communal plates of grub. You laughed and idled away the hours on the back porch. Well, Do or Dine, a quirky new spot in Bed-Stuy, is the restaurant take on those halcyon days.
When the first gastropubs hit town, they mainly cobbled their menus together out of goosed-up American and Italian fare, rather than reworking colorful Englishisms like bubble and squeak, toad in the hole, Welsh rarebit, and spotted dick. But just as the institution was being remade in Gotham's image, a few real U.K. gastropubs managed to sneak into the city, including Ulysses and the...
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