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 th... read more
Storied P.J. Clarke's drops a burger spinoff for those who can't sweat two-hour lunches. Crisp, tall-ceilinged space sees pine beams and white tiled walls. Beef comes from a Pennsylvania farm; topp... read more
Gerber Group, of Stone Rose and Whiskey Blue fame, opens its first New York restaurant. Hotel pair-up is with the Westin Grand Central, adjoining the lobby with versatile bar, lounge, and dining ro... read more
Kips Bay diner with market-driven comfort food, made from scratch. Light wood floors and red walls fill a classic, roomy space. Matzo ball soup and goulash bumper old-school menu. Updates are caref... read more
Pop-up lunch-only soda fountain upstairs from Maloney & Porcelli. Posh Skylight Room adds checkered tablecloths for lunch hours, puts in spiraling straw holders and an old-fashioned popcorn car... read more
White trash foodies rejoice! A whole restaurant devoted to gourmet mac 'n' cheese. Owners Sarita (as in Sarita's Mac) and Caesar Ekya make the most of this one-trick pony with options like whole wh... read more
American classics given the Laurent Tourondel upgrade. Titular burgers shine, ranging from Angus to pulled pork to chicken with smoked gouda. Three kinds of fries for the side, along with southern ... read more
House restaurant at New York’s first straight-friendly LGBT hotel, discrimination reserved only for vowels. Casual space out front, swankier dining room in back. Bamboo floors, starry ceiling... read more
High-design beach-shack food court at the Eventi. BLT crew handling the hospitality. Top beef from Go Burger. Fish Shack covers your Cape Cod nostalgia, serving up clam strips, lobster rolls, beer-... read more
Midtown bro to Williamsburg’s rotisserie king. Significantly less facial hair, but same juicy, herb-basted chicken, half or whole. Plus succulent sides, meatloaf that manages to be comforting... read more
Hale & Hearty Soups founders (the brothers Schnipper) move up to solid foods. Family roadtrip tracks down fast-casual greatest hits, brings 'em back to midtown. Fish tacos via San Diego, dogs c... read more
Hell’s Kitchen bro to Williamsburg’s rotisserie king. Significantly less facial hair, but same juicy, herb-basted chicken, half or whole. Plus succulent sides, meatloaf that manages to ... read more
Heartland Brewery family drops only full-service burger joint in Times Square. Retro NY steakhouse vibes—think wrought-iron chandeliers, amber lighting, leather seats. Menu on the wall featur... read more
Hale & Hearty Soups founders (the brothers Schnipper) branch out to solid foods. Family roadtrip tracks down fast-casual greatest hits, brings ‘em back to midtown. Fish tacos via San Dieg... read more
Sandy tried to leave some literal watermarks, but riverfront perch ...
Lower-priced Ralph Lauren line defined by distressed Americana. Den...
Restaurant and lounge inspired by early 20th-century music recordin...
For women who love that beach chic look, this spot really does have...
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...