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Local mom and pop drop an American bistro on the Upper East. Follows the grass-fed herd with focus on local artisanal ingredients. Peaches and pork, cherries and duck, blueberries and mixed greens ... read more
Tennessee down-home stars try out the dead opposite environment. Rambling UES spot takes its parlor theme seriously, with old-timey wallpaper, fireplace, ceiling fans. Multiple rooms, porch seating... read more
Bohemian rhapsody: Czech hall hosts sophisticated Prague export. Modern room with lively black graffiti panels, elegant wood floors. Tasting menu walks you through ham and horseradish foam, trout w... read more
ust when you thought the city's twee little bakeries had moved toward detente in the battle of bite-sized delights, this LA-based cupcakery opens up shop near Bloomingdales, bringing all the old te... read more
Bar Boulud neighbor expands the Lincoln Center pre-gaming options. Mediterranean influences not limited to the usual Spanish and Italian suspects. North African nods in harissa-grilled lamb with Al... read more
Il Gattopardo mom and pop take over ground floor of the Hotel des Artistes. Legendary paintings of frolicking nymphs fully restored, set off with improved lighting. Kitchen swings Southern It... read more
Museum piece from Danny Meyer. Whitney basement commissary finds inspiration in coffee shop classics, updated with locavoracious sourcing. Take a break from ogling Hoppers to nosh on Reubens, Pa... read more
Not an aviophobe's prescription, but a reference to fave Montauk surfing spot. Slick interior with long bar, booths with individual flatscreens showing surfing vids. Devoid otherwise of excessive s... read more
Sounds dirty as hell, but actually "the most beautiful brown love story on earth" is just about chocolate and coffee. Migraine magnets come together under the watch of the bald man behind Max Brenn... read more
Named for the sandbar in Venice where the film festival takes place. Offers mix of Italian dishes with American flair, which sets the pace for an intimate brunch or romantic dinner. Unlike most NYC... read more
Start your day with a croissant and some killer coffee. Come back at lunch for excellent crepes or panini. Dinner time is for the ambitious, with elaborate small plates like goat cheese fondue, or ... read more
Cheflebrity Marcus Samuelsson brings modern, soulful fare to the new Harlem. Dirty south by way of Scandinavia: meatballs and lingonberry, duck liver pudding, lox tarts. Old Harlem, too, in both th... read more
From Down East to the Upper West. Former banker Luke Holden hooks up with family in Portland, delivers lobster roll bliss to a third New York shack. Rustic pick-up counter churns out crab and shrim... read more
That splashy hypar (hyperbolic paraboloid, but you knew that) lawn in Lincoln Center caps this ambitious pan-Italian resto. Grass roof holds down posh dining spaces, lounge, bar, and terrace. Chef'... read more
Uptown brick oven pioneer expands to Manhattanville. More of a neighborhood thing than destination dining, reflected in gentle prices, low-key scene. Wood tables, exposed brick, and red leather. Ru... read more
Steve Hanson sails the seven seas, emerges with more tropical booty than a Sean Paul video. Spin off of east side fave fills ginormous space near Lincoln Center. Lightly clubby look with marble, st... read more
Taking pan pizza to a whole new level. "La Tiella" appetizers put gourmet spin on Neapolitan ‘za alternative, with foie gras, seafood, roe, and truffle among the toppings. Brick oven fires up... read more
Freshman lobster shack expands uptown, bringing crustacean elation to boat shoe and Hamptons share crowd. Ramped-up beach motif replete with lobster traps and seating for twenty. Gifford's ice cre... read more
Ambitious menu leans earthy, pairing up morels and grilled chicken, ribs and root vegetables, shell steak and roasted mushrooms. Homemade pastas, small plates for sharers. Sleek, modern look, with ... 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...