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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
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
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
Nightclub vet hooks up with professional skydiver, drops health zone on W-Burg. Balance out your tomcatting ways with raw sandwiches, live produce, hangover-curing juices. No refined sugar or ... 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
Encyclopedic beer list up the road from Barclays. Cozy, mod space with plenty of screens and a light funk soundtrack. Forty bottles joined by fourteen brews on draft. Plenty of fried finger food, p... read more
Australian export offers every sweet, sour, or savory pie you could possibly want in adorable handheld packages. Smiley faces atop each crust turn the experience slightly barbaric, but if you can... 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
Seitanic verses. Café arm of vegan chain that’s less crunchy hippie, more "wow, I'd love not to have my heart explode at age 53." Looking to fill citywide void of "this actually tast... read more
Raising the bar for NYC Mexican. SoCal brothers behind the Calexico carts drop LES spot sans wheels. Taqueria serves up the original street fare plus burgers, fish tacos, daily specials. T... read more
Top-shelf pizza on a Little Italy second floor. Cozy speakeasy-style dining space with an open view of thousand-degree oak- and cherrywood-burning oven. Pizzaiolo Salvatore Olivella does Neapolitan... read more
Anachronistic oasis in the grand lobby of the Parker Meridien adds a Village spot to its play for global domination. Drops cheapest, tastiest lunch in the hood. Extremely limited menu includes frie... read more
Not out of Dukes of Hazzard: traditional joint actually named for an owner’s Thai uncle. Mom-and-pop team with Per Se experience drop some Thai home cooking on Soho. Rotisserie and charcoal g... read more
Upscale Latin diner running from breakfast until 4am. Two-toned green tile floors and vinyl booths in a cozy corner spot. Full bar with its own scene is great for a cocktail before grabbing a table... read more
Josh Bowen of John Brown Smokehouse brings more barbecue to the county of Queens. Wonderfully dingy dining room sticks with bright fluorescents and red and white tablecloths. Smoked meats mix stand... read more
Stalwart of the Chelsea Market gets a new finish. Retail shop sees separate counters for lobsters fresh or steamed. Long steel counter for fresh fish offerings, or get super-fresh with eight-seat o... read more
Burrito baby of two San Fran expats who found themselves lost and alone in taqueria-slim NYC. Must have fed their sorrows at Chipotle, however. Familiar wood and tin design, straightforward carni... 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...