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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
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
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
Founding chef Pichet Ong crosses over to the savory side and Williamsburg, takes his inspiration from his Bangkok childhood with him. Green jackfruit curry, charcoal-grilled prawns, five-spice... read more
Old Sunshine Foods bodega ups its egg game. White walls, wood-slatted bar complete with DJ booth fill appropriately minimalist corner eatery. Food served late into the night, but brunch springs ete... read more
Nabe spot ready to tug you into your waking hours. Opens at 7am on the weekdays with D’Amico espresso, Blue Sky muffins, Bagel Hole bagels. Fine tea, too, of course. Friendly staff, comfy spa... read more
Cajun-inspired bar and restaurant from pals of Dumbo’s reBar. Dangling fish sign marks upscale neighborhood watering hole a block away from bustling Franklin Avenue. Hanging plants and white ... read more
Cursed location still waiting for the right exorcist. Kinks being worked out on lengthy selection of seafood. Mixed pots blend together crab, scallop, and mussel with wine sauce for the Chardon... read more
Peter Endriss (the Runner) of Per Se and Chris Pizzulli (the Stone) of Blue Ribbon Brasserie combine on a bakery and restaurant along the Gowanus. Pretty place runs through three stories. Design ma... read more
Pizza wars are on and Dumbo is the winner. Patsy Grimaldi, nephew of the Harlem master, returns to his legendary Brooklyn spot. The original coal oven is still there, ready to throw down with nearb... read more
Brooklyn legend Saul Bolton of Saul, Vanderbilt, and a Michelin star turns his attention to Southern Italian. Joint’s named for a classic red sauce, which owns the Sunday slot in the piattos ... read more
Chicken and waffles meets kimchi in Bushwick. Simple wooden tables and a nursery’s variety pack of foliage add unpretentious charm. Hearty dishes from start to finish blend Asian flavor with ... read more
Chef and co-owner Jason Marcus (of Traif in Williamsburg) serves dozens of Mexican-themed eats here, like spicy rock shrimp gorditas and bright Spanish mackerel tartare, all regulated to various &l... read more
Modest little Williamsburg café operating sans animal products. Tables and chairs scattered about coffee shop-style. Tomato lentil soup, kale salad, jackfruit burger fill out a lunch-ori... read more
Andres Whang of Piccoli Trattoria opens a second Italian spot on Fulton Street. High ceilings held up with concrete beams, though the dining room still feels plenty rustic. Tin and timber on t... 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...