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Fourth Avenue answer to Bare Burger. Root Hill Café spins off gourmet burger bastion. Interior like a Nordic canteen, with communal tables, stripped-down design. Even more seating on the bac... read more
Kinfolk Studios loses Frej but gains Aska. Named for Swedish word meaning growth from the ashes, intimate spot rises up with Frej chef Fredrik Berselius. Scandi tasting menu runs Sunday throug... read more
Former supper club’s brick and mortar establishment. White tiled walls, red leather barstools make for a cozy space. Farm-to-table fare from appetizers onward sees beet salad, tapas-sized Bru... read more
Dan Delaney of Brisketlab does a stripped-down, meat-focused brisket hall in Brooklyn. Shoulder-to-shoulder tables, paper towel rolls, and gratis white bread kit out a carnivore’s haunt. Smok... read more
Vacationland into Carroll Gardens. Corner spot with ample yardage does its best impression of Maine coastal dining. Ayuh, they’re serving lobstah rolls, with meat shipped straight from Kitter... read more
Pizza plus gastropub down along the Williamsburg waterfront. Roof deck and rooftop lounge take max advantage of East River proximity. Red pies, white pies, and schiaccate—stuffed brick-oven f... read more
Gowanus barbecue joint from meat aficionado Bill Fletcher and R.U.B. alumnus Matt Fisher perfect for pre-gaming before shows at The Bell House around the corner. With sustainably-raised meat cooked... read more
When you’re craving Balinese, pretty much the only game in town. The Van Leeuwen peeps branch out from ice cream to tackle the bright flavors of Indonesia. Local sourcing for fusiony takes on... read more
Top/Iron Chef Elizabeth Falkner lights out from Frisco to tackle Brooklyn pizza, then turns things over to able hands. Wood-burning oven imported from Italy takes center stage, produces award-winni... read more
Park Slope into Crown Heights. Chef-owner Lev Gewirtzman takes Stone Park Café experience, applies it to sweet New American spot on Franklin. Raw bar as lead off, smart seasonal dishes to fo... read more
Despite Bay Ridge's major repping of the Italian diaspora, serious 'za outside of greasy slices can be hard to source. Enter Vicolo and its stellar Neapolitan pies. Pizzaiolo is Luigi Olivella,... read more
Family-owned Trastevere celeb magnet spins off to Guglielmoburg. Name comes from old-fashioned scales (original location was an ancient customs house). Balance theme picked up in smart BArC Studio ... read more
Morocco, Israel, and Turkey blend into one grandma-inspired kitchen. Dining space has cabin vibes, with plywood paneling behind the bar and long tables good for groups. Open shelves stocked with sp... read more
Manhattan Caribbean fave opens shop in the BK. Super-colorful, semi-grimy serving real-deal Cuban, perfect for takeout. Full list of Cuban sandwiches, tamales, croquetas, and daily specials con... read more
Pizza central. Wood-burning oven bumps the atmosphere, cranks out fresh (and wet) Neapolitan-style pies. Pizzaolos did time at Spotted Pig and I Trulli. Menu divides into Old World classics and New... read more
Restaurant, coffee shop, and market inside new-school condo The Edge. Main room sees long communal tables and 17-foot ceilings. Name is Italian for factory, reflected in huge murals of machine imag... read more
Polish comfort food from Kris Drzewiecki of Greenpoint’s Krolewskie Jadlo. Rustic space has grandma’s-cabin-in-the-woods vibe. Backyard dining area feels like, well, grandma’s cab... read more
Pastries and sandwiches in a garden café. Fold-out wooden tables and chairs scattered about a high-ceilinged space; plants and a tiled fireplace add charm. Donuts brought in from neighbo... read more
If Comic Con were a burger joint. Second time around for action hero shrine slash patty HQ. Caters to Billyburg prolonged adolescences, with G.I. Joe display cases, comics as decoration. Also cater... 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...