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Michael White of Ai Fiori et al does an Italian steakhouse south of Houston. Two-story dining room pops with bright orange and red lighting. Signature rib-eye, served off the bone with lemon and ro... read more
South Brooklyn Pizza peeps wrap a stealth Italian spot around their counter. Follow the hall past artisanal cheese/charcuterie into hidden back room. Rustic brick, fireplaces, and garden atrium pro... read more
Just because this is Juliette Lewis' favorite juice bar in the city doesn't mean it's awesome, even though it is. Not just for juicers, offers its own line of nibbles, from apple cobbler to cream... read more
Cheap/drunk food paradise of St. Marks gets even richer with spinoff of UES tube steak royalty. The first of the papaya and frank mashups (sorry, Gray’s), has been taking care of NYC since &r... read more
Crown Heights favorite opens shop on the Lower East Side. Narrow hall fits old wood, old bricks, and a long, whiskey-stocked bar. Sandwiches run across ethnic lines, from bulgogi to broccoli rabe t... read more
Offshoot of much-loved sammy shop. Technically dishes num pang, not bánh mì, but swipe a page from Tricky Dick: international border, we had no idea! Familiar toasted mini baguettes, ... read more
Jean-Georges’ Latino show inside a carpet store. Bare industrial space peppered with mix-and-match chandeliers and the odd pink chair. Tapas-style plates from chefs Dan Kluger and Ian Coogan ... read more
Reclaimed adult store on Greenwich Street does classic bistro fare. Original honeycomb floors and a shiny tin ceiling restore 19th-century glamour. Long wooden bar ends with bi-coastal oysters on a... read more
Former creperie turned Latin café and night spot on Eldridge. White-walled space adorned with a giant Lisa Lisa lyric and racks of fashion magazines. Marc Solomon brings Nuyorican DJs to spi... read more
Brasserie Pushkin peeps take another stab at the city with glossy MePa triplex. Name and inspiration come from Manon Lescaut of operatic lore. Kitchen works up seasonal ingredients, adds internat... read more
The Lobster Place does a proper sit-down restaurant in the Chelsea Market. Lively little dining alley; bar's lined with craft beer handles, and a dozen oysters from up and down both coasts fill a p... read more
Bivalves and crustaceans under The Slipper Room. Clean white walls, red barstools, ocean-blue banquettes. Menu’s split between hot and cold—raw bar offerings like oysters and lobster ro... read more
Jesús Núñez ups the standard Mediterranean baseline with eclectic dishes from all across the region. Village dining room boasts velvet banquettes and ornate iron railings. "Fre... read more
It's hard to make spiced pulled pork sandwiches, spicy sesame soba noodles, and chicken enchiladas all that healthy, but Mulberry & Vine attempts this impossibility with its global, local dishe... read more
Go go Godzilla: cheap eats curry hut inspired by Hideki Matsui. Go means "five" in Japanese, nods to 55 on the uniform, offering discounts every 5th, 15th, and 25th day of the month. Chain is big... read more
Dan Delaney of BrisketTown drops a rib-focused stand along the High Line’s Chelsea Market Passage. Sandwiches take inspiration from Central Texas (the house's smoked brisket is already a lege... read more
Follows the Mexicue lead with brilliant mashup of Texas smoke, South of the Border flavor. Three carnes in question are pork, beef, and chicken, rubbed in Texican spices and slow-smoked over wood. ... read more
Andrew Carmellini’s French café-plus with a dream team behind it. Massive dining room boasts a rotisserie in view and seats plenty in American-sized booths laid out over two floors. Me... read more
Storied P.J. Clarke's drops a burger spinoff for those who can't sweat two-hour lunches. Beef comes from a Pennsylvania farm; toppers range from charred green chiles or garlic aioli to farmer's g... 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...