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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
Custom cocktails and market-fresh fare from the folks behind Projects Mulberry and Vinatta. Downstairs marked by casual bistro tables and a bar scene, upstairs houses formal banquettes, shiny tin c... read more
Exactly the kind of pizza place you'd expect from a half-Japanese half-Indian French-Canadian. Crust is vegan and gluten-free, made fresh daily with wild yeast. Toppings favor farm-to-table with lu... read more
Guantanamera peeps drop a Latino bistro that ranges through Mexico, Peru, Cuba, and beyond. Festive spot with upbeat staff, tropical orange and green color scheme. Starters like luna llena (avocado... read more
Osteria spin-off of nearby "little kitchen" enoteca sib. Owner highlights hometown cooking, from Catania on Sicily’s east coast. Start with swordfish and buffalo mozzarella rolls or fennel an... read more
Its second location in NYC, right in the West Village, this whimsical bakery/cafe functions as a mostly carry out-style spot, where Villagers can pick up sweet breakfast treats like croissants and ... read more
Gourmet fast food for Clinton Hill. Small corner space mixes old-school tin ceilings with new-school neon lighting. Chef Paul Ceriello does wings from mild to “ghost” hot. (Insert G.O.B... read more
Village charmer packing South American punch gets more elbow room in Billyburg. Menu is mostly creative spins on traditional ceviches, although bigger joint allows for more variety. Entrées ... read more
The low-calorie, self-serve fro-yo comes to Union Square, Off the Wall's third location. Kosher-certified, the yogurt is offensive to no one, offering 16 flavors on tap. Their signatures include th... read more
Handmade noodles from "the pasta sellers." All-day versatility starts with Balthazar pastries, espresso bar, and a full breakfast menu. For lunch, it’s braised short rib panini. Whole wheat o... 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
Tapas joint in a fashionable space reminiscent of pre-austerity Barcelona street culture. "Gaudi-inspired" iron window panels, horsehide banquettes, and exposed logs upgrade your average hipster ea... read more
Seoul food. Chef Steve Song focuses on small plates, serving elevated takes on chicken wings, kimchi rolls, and bulgogi. Mak geol li and soju make up the Korean spirits list, well-matched to drunk-... read more
Malaysian fusion for Little Italy/Chinatown. Narrow, well-lit place with exposed vents, Edith Piaf on the speakers. Classics like chicken satay meet more eclectic fare (crevettes a la planca and se... read more
Smoked American fare with an Asian kick. Casual dining room’s sexed up with dark red walls and a frosted glass divide. Complementary just-baked ciabatta with whipped blue cheese is a meal of ... read more
Dan Ross-Leutwyler of Fatty 'Cue and Bellwether does a Brooklynese café. Long narrow dining room seats a handful in orange plastic school chairs. Blood sausage tamale and kale salad to start... read more
Modern Medi with an earthy vibe. Chandeliers made of sieves, upright piano for the dining room. Long list of small plates like grape leaves and babaganoush. Sizeable hummus bowls topped with veggie... read more
Naples comes to Macy’s Herald Square. Historic 1901 department store at last has a commissary it deserves, with Neapolitan pies, Italian classics, and three wood-burning ovens. Jonathan Benno... 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...