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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 »
Wylie Dufresne's Lower East Side gem still has what it takes to surprise and delight us. Two tasting menus are available these daysâ?"12 courses at $155 and five courses at $75. Go... More »
Spawned by the owners of Saul and Num Pang Sandwich Shop, the Vanderbilt is a restaurant for those who love rich food. In pursuit of that ideal, homemade charcuterie... More »
This dark corner bar specializes in retro cocktails at retro prices, and, believe us, they're strong. What comes as a bigger surprise is the bar food that issues from the... More »
An extension of the widly popular Egg, Parish Hall carries the same local and seasonal sensibilities into battle like a lance, even though these principles seem somewhat... More »
Brought to you by the Diner and Marlow & Sons folks, Roman's is a summation of the restaurants that have gone before it: market driven, wood oven, and sustainably sourced. The... More »
This congenial neighborhood cafe peddles small wonders like proper seltzer, a strong Tom Collins, and delicious country-style pate. At lunch, the sandwiches are... More »
The room looks a Pinkberry crossed with a submarine. The jalapeno hush puppies are marvelously well fried, the fried trumpet mushrooms on the Greek salad look like onion... More »
A devastating kitchen fire closed Annisa last fall after a nine-year run; now it has reopened and the food is better than ever. Roughly half the menu from before the disaster... More »
Fans of Bill Telepan's old venue Judson Grill have followed him to his Upper West digs, a zigzagging room in sea-foam green decorated with giant farm paintings. Any dish is... More »
For 30 years this space hummed along as Café de Bruxelles, occupying a West Village building shaped like a wedge of brie. Back then, the interior was stark white, decorated with jagged Constructivist artworks. Lace curtains hung in the windows, allowing customers at the bar to see a filmy version of passersby while downing a Duvel and savoring what was the restaurant's most profound...
The 1960s Gallic posters on the wall signaled that we were about to eat in a bistro. But what, exactly, is a French bistro in Brooklyn these days? Certainly not a predictable collection of recipes like steak frites, skate in black butter, and onion soup. Though the menu at Three Letters—so-called in a nod to the length of the co-owners' first names—seethes with words like...
'When you go to an amusement park, it's fun 'cause you don't know what's going to happen," says Amanda Cohen, the chef and owner of Dirt Candy in the East Village. "And maybe not at all restaurants, but at my restaurant, we want to shock you."
Since opening Dirt Candy in 2008, Cohen has been shocking foodies with alchemical vegetarian cuisine that can hold its own...
Great Show! NYC's long running variety burlesque show.
Unique and eye popping acts, a bevy of burlesque beauties, and live blues and jazz stylings.
One of my favorite destinations in NYC. The wait can be quite bad some nights, but I always have an excellent time. Recommend the Jekyll and Hyde (whiskey drink) and the lobster 'sliders'. Great staff as well!Read Full Review
food is out of this world, amazing.. place is a little stuffy, its good for special occasions or a date..Read Full Review
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