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The economy's downturn has elevated so many dishes that were considered below our notice before. Now the humble meatball comes rolling our way, exulted to the level of... More »
Plastered with pulp fiction covers, and located at the creepy end of Christopher, Malatesta enjoys the perfect location for its raffish food, which hails from the... More »
This Batali spawn outdoes Babbo in several significant ways. In size, certainly, though the effect of the hulking space is to increase the serenity level rather than reduce... More »
After carefully honing his menu at L'Impero and Alto, chef Scott Conant has mastered his repertoire of adapted Italian dishes -- many from northern areas like Alto Adige -- to... More »
Go big or go home must have been Michael White's thinking when he opened the sleek Ai Fiori on the second floor of the Setai Hotel just a few months after debuting Osteria... More »
Sired by Bobo, Rosemary's is a Village restaurant that represents the evolution of the Italian menu in the city over the last few decades, a period from which we emerged from... More »
Nearly a century old, this antique focacceria is proof that Sicilians landed in Brooklyn at the same time as Neapolitans; a potbellied stove is still the center of... More »
At this Bronx branch of the Little Italy place where Colombo crime family capo Joey Gallo was rubbed out, stick with the seafood done in the style of southernmost... More »
Founded in 1987, LaRocca's is a youngster in pizza years, and its reputation is overshadowed by nearby Nunzio's, which was the victim of a recent, rather unfortunate... More »
Danny Meyer's Roman trattoria is a thoughtful, comfortable place, where the service is pitch-perfect and the roast suckling pig has shatteringly crisp skin. Antipasti and pastas... More »
Restaurants are like family—the closer they are to us, the quicker we are to forgive them their faults—which is why neighborhood restaurants can often get away with a certain level of coarseness and inconsistency. Red Gravy is that rare one where the food is good even if you don't live around the corner.
Since opening a few months ago on Atlantic Avenue, Red Gravy...
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...
Some restaurants seem to push their way toward perfection over time, tightening their braces until things are just so. Bar Corvo in Crown Heights is not one of these places. A year in and the restaurant is still a charming, crooked, gap-toothed grin on Washington Avenue—not a destination for flawless food and...
As close to the PORK STORE from the Soparanos as you will get.
Not to be missed!!
One of the best Movie STar feeling experiences since I moved to NYC. The food was so so good, and plate lickable! I'm an actress so my budget is a "once-in -a-while-splurge-mode", of course until I hit the big One, so I saved my pennies for this applaudable delight. So when I'm on the " I can -spend...Read Full Review
Great Food great atmosphere!! Check out the wine list as well..Read Full Review
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