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Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that runs past it. Joint works equally well for sports, sushi, and smooth Southern cooking. On the latter, it's crab cakes with Cajun ... read more
Brasserie Cognac teams up with Serafina, blending Italian hospitality with French culinary mastery. High-wattage brasserie moves from outdoor café to duplex dining rooms connected by spiral ... read more
Greek home cooking in a classed-up space. Interior inspired by Greek coastal villages with a seaside palette of light wood, weathered stone. (Jewelry and worry beads for sale at the entrance to fur... read more
Neighborhood burger and shake spot nabs awesome name, restored Harlem corner. Interior takes inspiration from the 19th-century tenant, a dry goods store. Wall of fame dedicated to Harlem residents ... read more
Frenchish café chain has many, many outposts throughout NYC, and this one's as pleasant as any. Spread of coffee beverages is a cut above the usual, joined by an assortment of breads, pastri... read more
Chili peppers abound at successor to Penang. Laundry list of a menu doesn’t skimp on options; classics like diced chicken with chili peppercorn or house-made bacon with leeks are sure to not ... read more
EV's Casimir brings downtown style to the Upper East. Bi-level corner bistro with sweet outdoor area. Chef Richard Krause of Café Luxembourg does classics like steak frites, escargot, and du... read more
Small dishes and wine on the east side of Columbia. Sexed-up corner of an old building made modern with a shiny steel bar, grey walls. Hand-cut steak tartare and grilled octopus with frisée ... read more
Slane's Glenda Sansone and Andrew Breslin, team up with Guy Ritchie pal Lester Almanzar, who was chef at the director's celeb-magnet Punch Bowl restaurant. Interior melds provincial rusticity with ... read more
Tea arm of the Starbucks leviathan. More than a hundred varieties go well beyond the world of white, black, green, and herbal. Fruity, nutty, minty, chocolaty and other nichey blends culled from ar... read more
Tomato-red wood-burning oven sourcing both atmosphere and killer Neapolitan pies. Chef’s from Forcella in Naples, cooks classic thin crusts with a deft sear. Smoked mozzarella, prosciutto di ... read more
Chef Cassandra Quinlan-Ashford’s locavore eatery in the MIST Harlem arts and culture center. Earth-toned dining room with vibrant paintings and red banquettes for accent. Herbs imported from ... read more
Chainlet taqueria breaks out of its Brooklyn/downtown base. Inspired by Oaxacan cuisine, cooks traditional Mexican with fresh ingredients. Salsa and sauces made from scratch. On the spendy side for... read more
Balthazar-inspired bistro up top, roomy lounge downstairs. Broad menu covers classics like Boeuf Bourguignon and moules frites, branches out to Wagyu burgers, duck with smoked maple consommé... read more
Chili peppers abound at UWS diner. Zippy interior sees ruby red mood lighting bouncing off white tablecloths. Laundry list of a menu doesn’t skimp on options, but classic standbys like diced ... read more
Land Thai Kitchen sous chef inspires his bosses to check out Mexican. Market-to-table spot keeps with the spirit of front-room family restaurants. Street snacks for starters; chicken wings, chipotl... read more
Gastroarte gets tweaked, retains similar look and Spanish sensibility. Name comes from bullfighting seats roughly equivalent to Yankee bleachers. Uptown scene is refined, though, with modern takes ... read more
The Tao of steak. Fusion pros team up with Laurent Tourondel for beef and sushi on an epic scale. Former Republican club turned into an insta-classic, with arched ceilings and skylights making for ... read more
Lincoln Center gets transplant of ever-popular McNally-esque downtown joint. Has the look of an instant classic, with acres of white tile, roomy zinc bar. Interior crosses a French café with... read more
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
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...