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Frenchish café chain has many, many outposts throughout NYC, and this one's as pleasant as any, with lovely windows for scoping Park Slope bustle. Coffee spread is a cut above the usual, joi... read more
Williamsburg ice cream shop brings the house-pasteurized goodness. Row of stools lines old-fashioned drug store counter. Rotating small-batch flavors get creatively decadent: chorizo caramel, maple... read more
Name comes from the stands of Southeast Asia, which inspire the menu here. Singapore, Vietnam, and Thailand are in the house, with skewers, clay pots, and an outdoor charcoal grill highlighting the... read more
Fought it out with Roberta's for best pizza in Williamsburg, now over to G-Point to tangle with Paulie Gee. On a good night at the wood-burning oven, the Margarita pies can compete for the best in ... read more
Agenda not exactly shrouded here: Brooklyn Italian gets back to basics. Chef's from Bay Ridge, got his training at the culinary institute of grandma. Handmade and homemade across the menu, from the... read more
Greenpoint location of the McCarren Park comfort food standby. Same stone edifice of the previous corner tenant, Calyer, which owner Blair Papagni turned to a Jimmy’s in a two-week blink. Fri... read more
Brick-walled charmer with a nabe-appropriate children's menu. Five-drink cocktail list with sparkling white wine and rose syrup in the signature Pompette. Classic bistro menu: charcuterie, cheese b... read more
Wood-fired sandwiches on Franklin Avenue. White tiled walls and artfully uncomfortable salvaged chairs make for a hospital-chic dining room. House-jarred tomatoes and meats smoked on-site with C... read more
Astoria-born burger chainlet provides your arteries some plausible deniability with organic, all-natural, free-range, grass-fed meat. Small-scale farming, nice-sized patties. Beef is but the ... read more
Evan and Oliver Haslegrave of hOmE design drop a stylish space on Greenpoint. Curved bar is tucked into a nook like a boat’s cabin, wood paneling is artfully deployed. Chef Nick Padilla does ... read more
Craig Samuel and Ben Grossman of The Smoke Joint do haute Southern fare in Clinton Hill. Brick-walled dining room seats 75, plus a bar. Chef Damien Laverty blends classics like Memphis fried chic... read more
Nightclub vet hooks up with professional skydiver, drops health zone on W-Burg. Balance out your tomcatting ways with raw sandwiches, live produce, hangover-curing juices. No refined sugar or ... read more
Encyclopedic beer list up the road from Barclays. Cozy, mod space with plenty of screens and a light funk soundtrack. Forty bottles joined by fourteen brews on draft. Plenty of fried finger food, p... read more
Burrito baby of two San Fran expats who found themselves lost and alone in taqueria-slim NYC. Must have fed their sorrows at Chipotle, however. Familiar wood and tin design, straightforward carni... read more
Gourmet fast food for Clinton Hill. Small corner space mixes old-school tin ceilings with new-school neon lighting. Chef Paul Ceriello does wings from mild to “ghost” hot. (Insert G.O.B... read more
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
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
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
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...