Name sounds like a ‘70s TV detective agency, but interior is all contemporary sleek. White marble bar, high ceilings, dark wood, flattering light. Back patio for your sneakarette convenience.... read more
Name suggests a mouthwash but is actually a Spanish tapas chain, with 200 branches spread across eight countries. Sole NYC location serves up bread-based pintxos. Codfish and green pepper omelettes... read more
Johnny Swet’s cocktail menu highlights the offerings of the Roger’s swank lounge. Soft yellow lights and studded leather chairs set a modern, elegant tone. Chef Julie Farias of Goat Tow... read more
Casual tapas spot inside the Tryp Hotel. Curvy couches, white marble floors, and red chairs give Mediterranean flavor. Plenty of air, tall ceilings with arched wood panels. Roasted beets, manchego ... read more
Pull up a bar stool, grab a pint, and feel like a laid back Irishman after a long day of work. Background top 40s hits and occasional live bands keep the place bumping during happy hours and busy w... read more
Soaring bi-level space inside the Carlton Hotel retains classic original skylight, mosaic floor, mahogany bar. Versatile venue welcomes the hoi polloi to the downstairs lounge, with wine bar and li... read more
Sometimes Nice guys finish first. Chef Al Rineh brings the Lebanese-accented bites he's been serving in France since he was 18 to Hell's Kitchen. Tour your way through the Mediterranean with stops ... read more
Named for French island off Madagascar. Beachy keen basement bar with exotic touches. Serves up short rib sliders with kimchee-sriracha mayo, mahimahi with cognac sauce, Réunion-style r... read more
After successful DC and Denver test runs, polished Asian-Latino spot is ready for the big stage. Epic space exudes power. Palace doors, wrought iron, dangling beams, massive chandelier handmade i... read more
Citywide 'cue chain just the thing for fratastic M-Hill. Roadhouse kitsch inside, old wood, hubcaps, barrels, trademark "Be Nice or Leave" sign. Bar wallpapered in license plates. Sit at a table sh... read more
TGIJimmy's! Fratastic BBQ joint with as many locations as Duane Reade. Cluttered interiors rock ersatz-roadhouse effects: neon beer signs, college pennants, wood paneling, old license plates. Kind ... read more
Former Tony Luke's still doing the same shtick, and doing it pretty damn well. Hoagie rolls shipped in from Philly daily for more or less classic cheesesteaks. Also real Italian hoagies, roast pork... read more
When the sun's still up, local barflies fill the tippy stools and ripped-up booths at this Times Square dive, where the front door's guarded by a giant plastic pig in a waiter's jacket. Traffic pic... read more
Despite the two-floor, hardwood grandeur of this Hell's Kitchen monolith, quiet nooks and crannies allow for easy escape from standard club scene. Real food and tables add to the relaxed feel. Plus... read more
Phenomenally thick, juicy steaks, delectable lobster and the usual array of classic sides like creamed spinach, mashed potatoes, and half-naked Dominican girl. Shockingly good grub goes great with ... read more
A cool not-in-NYC-anymore feel at this tiny, divey Hell's Kitchen tapas bar. The smell of incense fills the joint while regulars at the bar sample chorizo and watch Spanish TV news. Drink an Estrel... read more
Move Decibel to midtown and here's what you get: no split eardrums, just sake aplenty, and if you can't decide betwixt the supai or amae, try the tasting set and take a lesson. Basement space hidde... read more
Outfitted with 40 draught lines on daily rotation, four casks and 100 bottles to choose from, Rattle N Hum Bar & Kitchen caters to even the most discerning, tongue-wagging, balls-grabbing forme... read more
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
Michael White of Ai Fiori et al does an Italian steakhouse south of...
South Brooklyn Pizza peeps wrap a stealth Italian spot around their...
Kristi Paras of Zachary's Smile re-ups her Village space with a bou...
Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...