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Nestled in among the old-school, $9.95 prix-fixe Indian joints on 6th St. is this chic spot by restaurateur Shiva Natarajan. who brings Goa and Punjabi specialties to the area. This means the chili... read more
Ur-Top Chef Harold Dieterle puts aside his Asian bag of tricks to embrace a personal heritage of Italian and German blood. Namesake marrow hard to resist, paired up with focaccia, lemon aioli, and ... read more
Mod Mexican/Latin American fare in Battery Park City. Vibrant dining room encircles bar under a massive skylight. Long fireplace, bright colors up the atmosphere. River views, too, and a sweet terr... read more
Korean tapas and cocktails. Trim interior with a corrugated tin ceiling and dangling Edison bulbs mixes traditional and modern. Menu pills off the same trick. For the classic, check out scallion pa... read more
Cursed location still waiting for the right exorcist. Kinks being worked out on lengthy selection of seafood. Mixed pots blend together crab, scallop, and mussel with wine sauce for the Chardon... read more
Sake focus, and not in some snobby way. Logo borrows the crest of rice harvesters, name comes from the grains dedicated to sake. Flights allow a range of experiencing, enhanced with an artful cockt... read more
Tidy brick and marble storefront serving up serious baked goods. French technique meets fresh American ingredients. Nothing rushed: dough gets three-day fermentations before being transformed int... read more
G-Point and Rockaways seafood shack sensation brings it over to the big town. Joint skews quaint, with picnic tables, whitewashed walls, natural light streaming in through the skylight. Order off t... read more
Clam and swill bunker. Brick walls, long wooden benches, kitschy paraphernalia abounding. Two dozen steamed clams with a cup of hot butter will leave plenty left over for next semester’s text... read more
Peter Endriss (the Runner) of Per Se and Chris Pizzulli (the Stone) of Blue Ribbon Brasserie combine on a bakery and restaurant along the Gowanus. Pretty place runs through three stories. Design ma... read more
Bar and restaurant arm of casual Seattle clothier. Yacht Rock, but in the most contemporary way. Caribbean vibes off white walls, slatted ceilings, tropical plants. Ground-floor Marlin Bar all yo h... read more
ESquared Hospitality, of BLT fame, takes over a spread at the Alex. Like the hotel that hosts it, mixes midtown luxury with hints of downtown style. High ceilings, marble stairway, ebony accents. S... read more
The latest in stealthy craft cocktails can be found in the Financial District and mixed by Jeremy Strawn of Mulberry Project and Death & Co. The drinks get an artistic bent to them with the Ern... read more
Pizza wars are on and Dumbo is the winner. Patsy Grimaldi, nephew of the Harlem master, returns to his legendary Brooklyn spot. The original coal oven is still there, ready to throw down with nearb... read more
Brooklyn legend Saul Bolton of Saul, Vanderbilt, and a Michelin star turns his attention to Southern Italian. Joint’s named for a classic red sauce, which owns the Sunday slot in the piattos ... read more
Chicken and waffles meets kimchi in Bushwick. Simple wooden tables and a nursery’s variety pack of foliage add unpretentious charm. Hearty dishes from start to finish blend Asian flavor with ... read more
West Village bakery and cafe serving cake cups and Gorilla Coffee. Individualized portions of cake cups include layers of salted caramel, milk chocolate ganache, peanut butter moose, and raspb... read more
The Spotted Pig dons a sombrero. Gastropub legends April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman team up for a taqueria inside the Pod 39. Gamy meats carry over: crispy pig ear, pork belly with pineapple salad... 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 refined ... 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...