Its second location in NYC, right in the West Village, this whimsical bakery/cafe functions as a mostly carry out-style spot, where Villagers can pick up sweet breakfast treats like croissants and ... read more
Hotel chain plunks down 132 rooms on a Delancey corner. Brick box couldn't be much uglier, but prospects improve on the interiors. Trim and modern room design, full amenities. Nice views thanks to ... read more
What a Wylie Dufresne gastropub looks like. Wd-50's wizard of ahs gets all molecular gastronomy on a friendly neighborhood tavern. Pigs in a blanket are Chinese sausage stuffed into tubes of fried ... read more
The low-calorie, self-serve fro-yo comes to Union Square, Off the Wall's third location. Kosher-certified, the yogurt is offensive to no one, offering 16 flavors on tap. Their signatures include th... read more
Southside and GunBar peeps try their hand at cursed Chrystie location. Stylish revamp looks to Art Deco inspirations, although we don't remember any disco balls in The Great Gatsby. Amenities make ... read more
Handmade noodles from "the pasta sellers." All-day versatility starts with Balthazar pastries, espresso bar, and a full breakfast menu. For lunch, it’s braised short rib panini. Whole wheat o... read more
Groovy pop-up late night club in 4000 square foot residential loft on the third floor of 61 Gansevoort, happening every Friday and Saturday through May, 2013. Owner Matt Levine (Sons of Essex, Cock... read more
Tapas joint in a fashionable space reminiscent of pre-austerity Barcelona street culture. "Gaudi-inspired" iron window panels, horsehide banquettes, and exposed logs upgrade your average hipster ea... read more
Seoul food. Chef Steve Song focuses on small plates, serving elevated takes on chicken wings, kimchi rolls, and bulgogi. Mak geol li and soju make up the Korean spirits list, well-matched to drunk-... read more
Malaysian fusion for Little Italy/Chinatown. Narrow, well-lit place with exposed vents, Edith Piaf on the speakers. Classics like chicken satay meet more eclectic fare (crevettes a la planca and se... read more
Cozy little flagship of the Danish menswear label. Black marble façade fronts a white-walled boutique. Screen-printed sweatshirts and canvas backpacks at the front of streetwear trends. Eart... read more
Smoked American fare with an Asian kick. Casual dining room’s sexed up with dark red walls and a frosted glass divide. Complementary just-baked ciabatta with whipped blue cheese is a meal of ... read more
Milk & Honey reboots with its star bartenders kicking off a new regime. Sam Ross and Michael McIlroy drop the reservations policy, revamp for a less precious future. Still works the speakeasy a... read more
Modern Medi with an earthy vibe. Chandeliers made of sieves, upright piano for the dining room. Long list of small plates like grape leaves and babaganoush. Sizeable hummus bowls topped with veggie... read more
Environmentally friendly label Grudun’s World drops a green flagship on Greene Street. Styles exemplify the naturally “free” woman. Clothes lack structure, detailed fitting, and a... read more
Best drunk food on the block. Upscale burgers and shakes from Chopped champ Madison Cowan. Deep dining room clad in brick, rotating paintings curated by Bad Art Good Walls. Corn pudding and bacon i... read more
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are the orgasm of life") and rabid "ambassadors," willing to drop $100 on pair of roll-top yoga pants. Racerback tanks in eye-popping... read more
Torrisi Team takes over the former Rocco space with a mod revival of ’50s Italian dining. Blue lacquer walls, white tablecloths, tiled floor modeled after The Godfather. Waiters rocking Zac P... read more
Chef Roberto Deiaco comes off Armani/Ristorante and Rainbow Room stints to bring upscale Italian to the EV. Dishes like truffle foie gras, rabbit, and fonduta put focus on contemporary Northern Ita... 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...