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Natural and organic fare in Cobble Hill. Airy space with chandeliers and a long wooden bar. Sunchoke soup and pappardelle with pork ragu, octopus with baby beets. Pintxos (Basque tapas) like truffl... read more
Best drunk food on the block. Upscale burgers and shakes from Chopped champ Madison Cowan. Deep dining room clad in brick, rotating paintings curated by Bad Art Good Walls. Corn pudding and bacon i... read more
Torrisi Team takes over the former Rocco space with a mod revival of ’50s Italian dining. Blue lacquer walls, white tablecloths, tiled floor modeled after The Godfather. Waiters rocking Zac P... read more
Chef Roberto Deiaco comes off Armani/Ristorante and Rainbow Room stints to bring upscale Italian to the EV. Dishes like truffle foie gras, rabbit, and fonduta put focus on contemporary Northern Ita... read more
We will always be suckers for a horseshoe bar. Georges Forgeois (Bar Tabac, Café Noir, et al) drops an elegant curve of mahogany, as polished as a yacht, and adds a global bistro to his port... read more
Lauded chef Jennifer Cole-Ruiz of Chopped fame brings small plates to Vanderbilt. Intimate space sees mixed-and-matched floral wallpapers and an artfully chipped fireplace. For tapas, it’s cr... read more
Feast of friends: bakery owner, hospitality pro, and Veritas chef team up on a farm-to-table American spread. Choose from two nightly prix fixes, vegetarian or nose-to-tail. Communal dining and fin... read more
Jade Hotel keeps with the retro vibes at in-house tavern. Speakeasy trend won’t die here: antiques and fireplace recall old-school venues like ur-Village hang the Grapevine Tavern. Beatnik pi... 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
Momofuku alum Tien Ho teams up with Gabriel Stulman for a Little Wisco take on a French-American bistro. Classed-up diner feel. Newspapers hang on racks in the front, if you’re eating alone... read more
Connecticut's embassy in NYC. Think Martha Stewart pre-disgrace. Homemade jams to be savored with easy-listening jams. Park Avenue South location is huge enough to bring the whole family, with cont... read more
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 i... read more
Small plates take over The Bowery House’s restaurant slot. Long communal poplar tables and squared booths for rustic-modern vibes. Custom wooden boxes provide 600 cubbies for antique cameras ... read more
Theater District hideout with authentic Latin fare and the nabe’s finest tequila. Narrow wooded dining room, burgundy banquettes and dangling Edison bulbs make a warm and intimate space. Cevi... 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
Robert Newton of Seersucker and Smith Canteen hits the Carroll Gardens trifecta with a Vietnamese diner. Linoleum floors and salvaged cafeteria tables fit Ho Chi Minh City schoolhouse vibe. Casual ... read more
Doubling the city’s Cambodian resto total with offshoot of much-loved sammy shop. Technically dishes num pang, not bánh mì, but swipe a page from Tricky Dick: international b... read more
Second floor steakhouse with an on-site butcher. Long marble bar and tan leather banquettes; wide windows keep it from feeling like a bunker. Locker holds cuts from Strassburger meats, same supplie... read more
Small plate affair from local team behind Alex Garcia’s A.G. Kitchen. Old Nonna space updated with Parisian murals and red-tufted chairs. Three plates per person is standard, with Latino acce... 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...