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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 »
You can usually find enthusiastic owner Erwin Schrottner bounding around his tiny cafe, checking up on new customers and chatting with the many regulars. It's rare that the... More »
Named after a pair of gray suede shorts, Lederhosen is the premier downtown beer garden. A mountain mural decorates the back room, in which lederhosen hang from the... More »
In the Hall of the Schnitzel King the frying oil bubbles merrily, and into it fly the breaded chicken schnitzels. Fried to crispness, they're deposited on a baguette... More »
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... 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 »
Try not to get too intoxicated off your liter steins of German beer, or you might not be able to enjoy your meaty bratwurst. In case it wasn't obvious, this place has a... More »
The backyard of this Lower East Side beer garden seems too big to be tucked away on such a narrow stretch of Rivington Street. Walk through the perfectly pleasant... More »
Attached to the Upper West Side's Neue Gallery, which showcases German and Austrian art and design, Cafe Sabarsky offers up genuine Viennese food that goes well beyond... More »
This gigantic, 6,000-square-foot beer palace might initially feel surreal to New Yorkers. When was the last time you felt like you could run laps inside of a building? Lined... More »
Harold Dieterle, champion of Top Chef's first season, is the rare veteran of the program who's fulfilled the promise of his victory—not as pop-up impresario, personal-appearance warhorse, or talk-show sidekick, but as a restaurant-empire builder. Even before Gabe Stulman dreamed up Little Wisco, Dieterle realized the neighborhood potential of the West Village for the sort of...
It's an unsettling start to the summer when the phrase "zombie apocalypse" is tossed about so often, followed by nervous laughter. But there's nothing like "herring with sour cream and boiled vegetables" to strike fear into my heart. Will the flesh of that poor, innocent fish be pulped by acid, the cream fizzing with age, or the vegetables waterlogged?
Kate Simko is a little different from the Spectral Sound crew she came up with: Her minimal house has a more humanly visceral Chicago edge, but, on the other hand, she also has a highbrow, classics-trained film-scoring, Philip Glass-remixing side. The end result is music that’s a little dark but always animated. The best Detroit techno is often called soulful, but Recloose takes that...
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