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With reviews from professional critics and active local users, Voice Places is your guide to New American cuisine in New York. Our easily searchable listings make mapping out your next meal an all-American experience.

New American in New York

  • The Meatball Shop
    84 Stanton St. | Lower East Side

    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 a glamorous entrée. Check... More on The Meatball Shop »

  • wd-50
    50 Clinton St. | Lower East Side

    Wylie Dufresne's Lower East Side gem still has what it takes to surprise and delight us. Two tasting menus are available these days--12 courses at $155 and five courses at $75. Go for the longer,... More on wd-50 »

  • The Vanderbilt
    570 Vanderbilt Ave. | Prospect Heights

    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 commands center stage.... More on The Vanderbilt »

  • The Commodore
    366 Metropolitan Ave. | Williamsburg

    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 kitchen via Pies 'N'... More on The Commodore »

  • Kin Shop
    469 Sixth Ave. | Greenwich Village

    While chef Harold Dieterle's first Village restaurant added Southeast Asian touches to what was basically a bistro menu, Kin Shop goes whole hog when it comes to adapting and transforming Thai... More on Kin Shop »

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  • Parish Hall
    109 N. 3rd St. | Brooklyn

    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 quaint by this time. In... More on Parish Hall »

  • Fort Defiance
    365 Van Brunt St. | Red Hook

    This congenial neighborhood café peddles small wonders like proper seltzer, a strong Tom Collins, and delicious country-style paté. At lunch, the sandwiches are particularly good, including a... More on Fort Defiance »

  • Annisa
    13 Barrow St. | Greenwich Village

    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 remains, including a... More on Annisa »

  • Roman's
    243 Dekalb Ave. | Fort Greene

    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 menu changes... More on Roman's »

  • Dirt Candy
    430 E. Ninth St. | East Village

    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 rings, and the carrot... More on Dirt Candy »

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  • Flushing's Myung San (162-21 Depot Road, Queens, 718-888-1245) is known for fermentation, Zachary Feldman learns when he stops in for this week's review and dips into cheonggukjang, otherwise known as dead body soup. "When more than two tables order the soup -- with its musty, rust-colored kimchi broth murky with bean paste and punctuated by cubes of semi-firm tofu -- walking into the spare... More on Myung San »

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