Evan and Oliver Haslegrave of hOmE design drop a stylish space on Greenpoint. Curved bar is tucked into a nook like a boat’s cabin, wood paneling is artfully deployed. Chef Nick Padilla does ... 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
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
Former supper club’s brick and mortar establishment. White tiled walls, red leather barstools make for a cozy space. Farm-to-table fare from appetizers onward sees beet salad, tapas-sized Bru... read more
Gowanus barbecue joint from meat aficionado Bill Fletcher and R.U.B. alumnus Matt Fisher perfect for pre-gaming before shows at The Bell House around the corner. With sustainably-raised meat cooked... read more
Park Slope into Crown Heights. Chef-owner Lev Gewirtzman takes Stone Park Café experience, applies it to sweet New American spot on Franklin. Raw bar as lead off, smart seasonal dishes to fo... read more
Reclaimed wood from the Coney Island boardwalk outfits locally sourced New American spot. Old Brooklyn photos and bare bulbs fill a 46-seat dining room. Menu emphasizes local rooftop farms. Less th... read more
Sophisticated New American comes to the canal. Littleneck peeps carry over the charm, lay out a smart, seasonal spread. Salads juxtapose like champs: lettuce and guanciale, purslane plus pistachio,... read more
Swanky bites go undercover in modern building's retro café. Red and yellow vinyl stools line old-fashioned lunch counter; curved white ceiling is très “waiting-for-the-train-to-... read more
Aptly named, this rustic garage on Hope Street provides craft beer, creative cocktails, and good American food. Open until 4am, all the night owls in the 'burg can pop in with the drunchies for a p... read more
Alums of Macao Trading Co. and Employees Only do seafood and cocktails in Williamsburg. Old gas station signage and caged-in light bulbs add to Cape Cod vibe. Salted cod in pickled jalepeños... read more
Chef Carlo Mirarchi does tasting menu setup in a restaurant behind Roberta’s. A dozen padded captain's chairs overlook über-sleek kitchen. Diners get their pick of what goes on the recor... read more
Liza Queen of the late Queen's Hideaway reboots with some old weird America. Name comes from the broth that greens leave behind, inspiration derives from diners and such, complete with blue plate s... read more
Former U.S. Marine and current chef/husband/father Matthew Hamilton takes over old Abistro space. Thirty seats in concrete, brick and wood-paneled interior. Red chairs and light bulb-cluster chande... read more
Former Vandaag owner does New American eats with an underground (literally) lounge. Airy dining room with high aluminum seats and a yellow-lit bar that pops. Out back, brats cook on a wood-burning ... read more
B-burg factory is gutted and filled with café tables and chairs and a lovely wood oven. Huge windows, exposed brick, plenty of oxygen. Chef Sean Rembold of Diner and Marlow & Sons does b... read more
Southfork chef Joe Isidori does the farm-to-table thing in Carroll Gardens. Recycled wood paneling on the walls and black-and-tan color scheme merge crunchy with hip. Strictly organic produce f... read more
Egg peeps build a farm-to-table hall. Inspiration comes from the Northeast U.S. and A., with sourcing from Egg’s own upstate farm. Flax and nettle pesto meets chickweed and lamb; sunchokes, ... read more
Park Slope mom and pop unveil a backyard for the neighborhood. Roomy garden just right for chilaxing over fresh bites. Concise menu covers sammies, salads, eggs at weekend brunch. Bleu cheese and f... read more
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
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...