New Zealand’s history on a plate. Chef hails from Auckland, covers the island’s culinary history from Asian and Old World influences up to today’s locavoriciousness. Think corned ... 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
Momofuku alum Tien Ho teams up with Gabriel Stulman for a Little Wisco take on a French-American bistro. Classed-up diner feel. Newspapers hang on racks in the front, if you’re eating alone... read more
Under-the-radar spot aims for county fair effects. (This being the Flatiron, your mileage may vary.) Interior goes rural with repurposed barn siding on the walls, light-industrial stools along the ... read more
Former Mercer Kitchen hand hangs his shingle with breezy Nolita space. Interior outfitted as an “industrial brasserie.” Café tables and chairs, whitewashed brick lit up by angula... read more
Get stoked for Mexican/Pacific Rim mash-ups from legendary West Coast chain. Started by a trio of surfing brothers from Brazil, keeps to sporty origins with mountain bikes, skateboards, graffiti mu... read more
Located in the former home of Meatpacking's beloved Florent, family-style international-cuisine spot is stocked with bespoke cocktails and artisanal beers. Helmed by the owners of haute cocktail ho... read more
Mexican-based Americano group adds Latin accents to French fare along the "Chelsea Riviera." Crab tartine with jalapeño and lemon aioli, lobster with crème fraiche and quinoa, strip s... read more
Gabe Stulman doffs his hat to the past while embracing a stylish Village present. Circa 1917 bar never looked glossier, stretching out opposite photo-decked dining space. Reservations for the big t... read more
LoDo resto from a couple of Brits, but don’t come for mushy peas and overboiled beef: farm-to-table spot is way too sophisticated for that. Lovely look from subway tile, rustic wood, faded wh... read more
One of the better spots in town to get oysters topped with grapefruit confit and Pop Rocks. Super-creative Iron Chef competitor Jehangir Mehta gives Graffiti a little breathing room with a perch in... read more
Harbinger of a backlash against oversized spots that can't afford to ever take a risk? Pastry chef Jehangir Mehta parlays his experience with Jean Georges, Union Pacific, et al, into fascinating li... read more
Eclectic mix of multicultural fare served up by chef Chris Santos. Tries to be all things to all yupsters. Lofty, tri-level space is sleek and energetic. Central location a magnet for Yorkville typ... read more
Replenish after a long, hard day of shopping on Bleecker and work up an appetite waiting ages for a table. Locals love this claustrophobic, cave-like spot on the main drag. Everything from raw bar ... read more
Stunning, modern, embracing restaurant puts a smile on your face and a hurt on your wallet. Muffin factory turned smart, airy eatery featuring farm-fresh veggies, free-range birds, and hot staff. I... read more
Latin American/Japanese fusion makes for a foodie fantasia of grilled meats and amazing sushi. Crazy ceviches and inventive rolls. Dazzling and exotic drinks list. Nothing subtle about the space, w... read more
Cozy little spot in the East Village beckons to couples and loners alike. Exposed brick wall paired with comfy red leather benches and soft lighting set the mood in this self proclaimed "coffee, wi... read more
Brownstone home of the late James Beard, now housing the cookbook author and champion of American cuisine's posthumous foundation. Available for the multiple-course "group table" dinners that David... read more
You'll feel like king of of the West Village at this sophisticated, earthy spot serving the city's best Australian-American dishes. From the silky bone marrow on housemade brioche, to the truffle m... read more
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Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...