Organic food in New York is a natural fit on Voice Places. Professional and user reviews, along with easily searchable restaurant listings, are your guide to a great organic outing.
Blend with the classy and classic patrons at the beautiful bar, or eavesdrop on conversations that rival 1940s movie scripts while sipping a delicious cocktail. This... More »
Founded in 1985, Union Square Cafe was a game changer for Union Square, not only launching what has become a vibrant restaurant scene, but assisting the neophyte... More »
Russian food sometimes defies real fanciness, but Firebird Restaurant transforms meat, potatoes, and cabbage--oh, and vodka--into an experience fit for the Hell's Kitchen... More »
The card at Teany reads, "proprietors kelly + moby," but I wouldn't expect the man behind Play to serve your chai latte and squash soup. It's not exactly his... More »
Barbuto has a utilitarian feel with large garage-like doors that open in the warm seasons and make room for outdoor seating. Jonathan Waxman serves Italian fare at the West... More »
Nolita is ripe with picturesque Italian joints, but few do the Panini so well as postage-stamp-sized Bread. Bar stools and a few tables fill up quickly as the smell of melting... More »
It's common to credit an 18th-century Earl of Sandwich with inventing his namesake creation. As the story goes, John Montagu was a gambling fanatic who couldn't step away from the cribbage table for a moment. He ordered a servant to put some cold roast beef between two slices of bread and bring it to him—so he could hold it in one hand and keep playing without besmirching the...
Before the Age of Foodism descended on us like manna from heavenbringing with it a concern for food excellence rather than just novelty (or so we hope)we were willing guinea pigs for a succession of food fads, many of them quite weird. Some, like Jell-O and Pringles Newfangled Potato Chips, were technology-driven. Others were the work of cagey capitalists trying to wring...
No one is more closely associated with California cuisineat least the New York version of itthan Jonathan Waxman. Arguably one of the first celebrity chefs, he left Santa Monica in 1984 and set down at an East 79th Street restaurant called Jams. Composed of big strange salads, barely poached vegetables, lightly seared meats and fish, and a simple roast chicken with fries that seemed...
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