Village charmer packing South American punch gets more elbow room in Billyburg. Menu is mostly creative spins on traditional ceviches, although bigger joint allows for more variety. Entrées ... read more
Dan Ross-Leutwyler of Fatty 'Cue and Bellwether does a Brooklynese café. Long narrow dining room seats a handful in orange plastic school chairs. Blood sausage tamale and kale salad to start... read more
Natural and organic fare in Cobble Hill. Airy space with chandeliers and a long wooden bar. Sunchoke soup and pappardelle with pork ragu, octopus with baby beets. Pintxos (Basque tapas) like truffl... read more
“World’s greatest beer bar” standing by to slake your "tørst." Avant-garde trio of chef, brewer, and importer join forces in Greenpoint. Bespoke brews by luminaries like Je... read more
Lauded chef Jennifer Cole-Ruiz of Chopped fame brings small plates to Vanderbilt. Intimate space sees mixed-and-matched floral wallpapers and an artfully chipped fireplace. For tapas, it’s cr... read more
Lucky Dog peeps go honky-tonking on Metropolitan. Retro-basement vibes, with mismatched chairs, pressed-tin walling, wood by the shit-ton. Old beer signs and outlaw-country iconography round out yo... read more
Robert Newton of Seersucker and Smith Canteen hits the Carroll Gardens trifecta with a Vietnamese diner. Linoleum floors and salvaged cafeteria tables fit Ho Chi Minh City schoolhouse vibe. Casual ... read more
Chicken ‘n’ waffles meets fine dining. Elevated approach sees fried birds hitting the golden, crisp, and juicy trifecta. Classic waffles joined by bacon and cheddar or rosemary and shro... read more
Storied Bay Ridge bakery brings black and white cookies, Danish treats to South Slope. Icing and sprinkles abound. Familiar bites like tea biscuits and rugelach joined by Scandi staples kransekake ... read more
Upscale, order-at-the-counter spot for Carroll Gardens. Exposed vents, chipped-white brick walls, rustic wood tables fill contemporary space devoid of “Greek” kitsch. Caviar, eggplant, ... read more
Bedford crew takes over K & M, makes it friendly for a new breed of Williamsburger. Sports are the focus, filling in one of the nabe’s missing pieces. Like all good rec rooms, boasts wood... read more
Not an OMC reference. Takes name from legendary beatnik hangout Café Bizarre, brings bohemian flair to B-wick. Two French filmmakers do cocktails and screenings 9and burlesque!) in space pep... read more
Alums of 285 Kent and Trip House bring tropical vibes and eclectic beats to a linoleum dance floor on Myrtle Avenue. Beach murals and coconuts spruce up your B-Wick staycation. Handful of artful co... read more
American comfort food in a rustic Prospect Heights kitchen. Exposed rafters, wood reclaimed from bowling alley lanes, thirty antique chairs. Hamburgers, kale and leek soup, breakfast egg sandwiches... read more
French-inspired comfort food in a Clinton Hill diner. Burgundy leather booths and a checkerboard tile floor make for a refreshing break from Brooklyn’s reclaimed wood fetish. The moules pouti... read more
Cielo peeps deliver the first proper dance club in Brooklyn. Close by random Williamsburg cross-section of Wythe Hotel, Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn Brewery. Converted warehouse keeps industrial cred, a... read more
Started with messenger bags made from billboard vinyl, now a full-fledged New York institution. Artist-owned and -managed retailer keeps to a Live, Work, Create philosophy. The creative energy se... read more
Legendary Red Hook truck brings its Puebla home cooking to a South Slope brick and mortar. Interior is classic third-world luncheonette, with a front counter lit by a neon palm tree. Dining room ha... read more
Michael Briones, a Momofuku alum, drops Japanese-inspired fare on the ‘Burg. Izakaya-style small plates like wings, roasted potatoes with spicy mayo. Ramen comes with a range of broths, from ... read more
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
Sleek spinning studio became a mini-chain in a snap. Addictive clas...
Frenchish café chain has many, many outposts throughout NYC,...
Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...