Zen pocket of organic, vegan eats. Damn, we feel healthy already. Food is actually plenty flavorful despite the lack of killing animals. General Tso is rolling in his grave over soy protein in his ... read more
Desserts made of tofu aren't the only things they serve here, but that's the forte. Japanese dessert resto with dark woods and chic, blonde walls that'll suit design freaks, Tokyophiles, or exchang... 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
Knock off of Paris's famous Buddha Bar. The size is there (it's a former movie theater), as is the fusion cuisine and the giant Buddha laughing at the all-looks crowd. Kind of place that has or cou... read more
Overarching decorating principle: Modern Cactus Fusion. Bi-level and well-lit, with non-annoying army of waitresses. Pretty Latin Asian plates of sushi and Mexican, Caesar salad and yam fries. Unde... read more
1987's hottest from Jeffrey Chodorow is the one that spawned his empire (and ego, some might say). Pricey pan-Asian eats, bustling bar scene with the requisite CBS suits chatting up pretty young th... 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
Located in a basement, this Cantonese restaurant has been a good friend to locals since 1968, thanks to its seafood-centered menu, Chinese standards, low prices, and inviting dècor that hasn... 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
After a few girly cocktails, gaze into the glowing fish tank and wonder why that one fish is trying to hump the other. Huh. Sprawling trendster zen, chic and ultra-mod, complete with a lovely, room... read more
Midtown delivery stalwart looks ghetto but tastes great. Chinese dumplings in sesame sauce, Hong Kong steak, Vietnamese dim sum, and just about anything else you can think of. Noodles for an extra ... 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
In this 18,000-square-foot space, guests of the space age hotel and NY locals can dig into Richard Sandoval's Latin Asian cuisine at restaurant DohYO and share a pitcher and cocktails at the Terrac... read more
Sandy tried to leave some literal watermarks, but riverfront perch ...
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For women who love that beach chic look, this spot really does have...
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