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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
Mod French bistro in the Nolitan Hotel. Airy space held up by concrete pillars; white, wiry steel chairs and spare little light bulbs get away from the Balthazar knockoffs. Chef Marcel Angez does n... read more
Legendary Studio 54 and Nobu hand Richie Notar flies solo with glam spread at the Lombardy Hotel. William Randolph Hearst 1926 gift for mistress Marion Davies retains original stained glass and cha... read more
Chicken ‘n’ waffles meets fine dining. Elevated approach sees fried birds hitting the golden, crisp, and juicy trifecta. Classic waffles joined by bacon and cheddar or rosemary and shro... read more
Under-the-radar spot aims for county fair effects. (This being the Flatiron, your mileage may vary.) Interior goes rural with repurposed barn siding on the walls, light-industrial stools along the ... read more
The Long Tail as applied to restaurants, serving a niche specialty out of a rustic wood and white tile space. Fortunately, everybody loves meatballs. Especially when they're cooked up by serious ... read more
Chef Dani Garcia recreates his south of Spain restaurant in Gramercy. Airy space sees vibrant zigzag tiles, roomy booths, warm, backlit latticework. Tapas list features oxtail brioche, croquettes, ... read more
Nightclub vet hooks up with professional skydiver, drops health zone on the West Village. Balance out your tomcatting ways with raw sandwiches, live produce, hangover-curing juices. No refine... read more
Storied Bay Ridge bakery brings black and white cookies, Danish treats to South Slope. Icing and sprinkles abound. Familiar bites like tea biscuits and rugelach joined by Scandi staples kransekake ... read more
Locally sourced, artful coffee and bites from farms around the world, dispensing with your morning and night lassitude, and satiating your desire for goodwill and sustainability. A purist's delight... 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 g... read more
Florentine fare in a classic Tuscan neighborhood eatery. Architect and co-owner Sam Leung makes the most of a white-walled boutique. Chef Giacomo Romano focuses on Tuscan staples, drops house-made ... read more
Name should give you some indication of the versatility here. Chef is Chinese-Korean, brings pan-Asian knowhow to continent-spanning menu. Izakaya faves like gyoza and yakitori joined by honey yuzu... read more
Upscale, order-at-the-counter spot for Carroll Gardens. Exposed vents, chipped-white brick walls, rustic wood tables fill contemporary space devoid of “Greek” kitsch. Caviar, eggplant, ... read more
Storied P.J. Clarke's drops a burger spinoff for those who can't sweat two-hour lunches. Crisp, tall-ceilinged space sees pine beams and white tiled walls. Beef comes from a Pennsylvania farm; topp... read more
Gerber Group, of Stone Rose and Whiskey Blue fame, opens its first New York restaurant. Hotel pair-up is with the Westin Grand Central, adjoining the lobby with versatile bar, lounge, and dining ro... 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...