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Neighborhood burger and shake spot nabs awesome name, restored Harlem corner. Interior takes inspiration from the 19th-century tenant, a dry goods store. Wall of fame dedicated to Harlem residents ... read more
The Lobster Place does a proper sit-down restaurant in the Chelsea Market. Lively little dining alley; bar's lined with craft beer handles, and a dozen oysters from up and down both coasts fill a p... read more
It's hard to make spiced pulled pork sandwiches, spicy sesame soba noodles, and chicken enchiladas all that healthy, but Mulberry & Vine attempts this impossibility with its global, local dishe... read more
Storied P.J. Clarke's drops a burger spinoff for those who can't sweat two-hour lunches. Beef comes from a Pennsylvania farm; toppers range from charred green chiles or garlic aioli to farmer's g... read more
Encyclopedic beer list up the road from Barclays. Cozy, mod space with plenty of screens and a light funk soundtrack. Forty bottles joined by fourteen brews on draft. Plenty of fried finger food, p... 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
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
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
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
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
Chef Cassandra Quinlan-Ashford’s locavore eatery in the MIST Harlem arts and culture center. Earth-toned dining room with vibrant paintings and red banquettes for accent. Herbs imported from ... read more
Kips Bay diner with market-driven comfort food, made from scratch. Light wood floors and red walls fill a classic, roomy space. Matzo ball soup and goulash bumper old-school menu. Updates are caref... read more
Seafood haven on the Lower East Side. Red walls and barstools to complement the crustaceans. Shrimp, crawfish, soft shell crab in baskets. Lobster and crab in roll form or by the pound. Raw bar fea... read more
American comfort food in a rustic Prospect Heights kitchen. Exposed rafters, wood reclaimed from bowling alley lanes, thirty antique chairs. Hamburgers, kale and leek soup, breakfast egg sandwiches... read more
After owner Penny Bradley closed Lyon, she revamped the place into this upscale gastropub in the West Village. Here, they skip the French flare and instead specialize in dry-aged Prime New York Str... read more
The team behind Ella and Blind Barber bring revolutionary dishes to the table at this large, steampunk gastropub in Alphabet City. Indulge in chef David Rotter's rich gouda and white cheddar macaro... read more
Old Sunshine Foods bodega ups its egg game. White walls, wood-slatted bar complete with DJ booth fill appropriately minimalist corner eatery. Food served late into the night, but brunch springs ete... read more
Cajun-inspired bar and restaurant from pals of Dumbo’s reBar. Dangling fish sign marks upscale neighborhood watering hole a block away from bustling Franklin Avenue. Hanging plants and white ... read more
Sandy tried to leave some literal watermarks, but riverfront perch ...
Restaurant and lounge inspired by early 20th-century music recordin...
For women who love that beach chic look, this spot really does have...
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
Neighborhood burger and shake spot nabs awesome name, restored Harl...