Innovative, healthy, mouth-watering, sanely portioned entrées for a handful of bills. WTF, we know! But it is small, so please don't tell anyone you aren't planning to smother later. Get t... read more
Jonathan Morr of BONDST takes over plum space at the Dream Downtown. Red-velveteen décor brings a sexy vibe. Focuses on sushi and sharable Japanese bites with a French twist. Choose a la car... read more
EMM crew adds an Asian palace to their Bow/FINALE Bowery funplex. Like their MePa hit Catch, Top Chef Hung Huynh mans the menu. Get social with shareable plates. Chinese inspirations in pepper-stea... read more
Finally! A dim sum noodle house with an unstoppable Happy Hour that's all-around affordable and prentention-free in the West Village. It's like the prices from the East Village and the flavors and ... read more
Koch twins team up with El Chod for sprawling space at the Gansevoort. Ready to play, with indoor-outdoor oyster bar, al fresco spread, multiple levels of action. Blue booths and ebonized tables se... read more
Perfect complement to EMM Group's other MePa stalwart, Abe & Arthur's. As grandiose as A&A, rustically minimal space covers two floors and a rooftop lounge, with copper-stacked floating sta... read more
Simpson Wong coins a genre with “Asian Locavore” cuisine. Malaysian-born chef (and Martha Stewart fave) follows up Café Asean with another inspired spot. Sausage, fennel, and sti... read more
TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO FIRE. Asian fusion taken to a different level. Instead of blending cuisines, DJs mix American jazz with sushi, soju, and super crispy Korean-style chicken wings. An avid r... read more
Call it what you like—we prefer "Asian-fusion-whatever"—but Macao's prospects aren't a gamble. From epicurean dream team behind Employees Only comes this new, wood-lined, vagu... read more
East Village answer to Per Se. David Chang gets innovative, starting with super-democratic online reservation system. Win the refresh war at 10am, earn a seat at the wooden counter. Chang strong su... read more
Chinatown proximity, but Asian-inflected bites prettied up like what you'd find in Soho. Shades of Pukk and Red Bamboo in the all-vegetarian lineup. Meats are of the faux variety, so why don't they... read more
Rise above the Bargain District for small plates that won't radically makeover your budget. Tasty adobo washed down with overflowing sake or a San Miguel. King Phojanakong boasts the best chef's na... read more
Innovative cuisine on a quaint, old-fashioned block. Cozy and elegant with creamy walls and flickering candles. Chef A. Lo is the J. Lo of haute cuisine, flashing a booty-sized seasonal menu with a... read more
Lentils and diesel fuel. Samosa shack straight outta Lahore. Former shoeshinery is cabbie go-to to-go spot. Conveniently located by the Amoco in case you want some $4.28 gas with your goat curry. S... read more
Minimalist eatery with communal tables—better for group action than anything intimate involving conversation or whatnot. Loud, simple, fast, cheap, tasty. Ideal for quick lunch that won't sit... read more
Spice up your pan-Asian repertoire with this top Malaysian, arguably the best in Manhattan. (Rocks an above-average Thai kitchen as well). Cozy atmosphere is just plush enough. read more
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
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Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...