Cheap/drunk food paradise of St. Marks gets even richer with spinoff of UES tube steak royalty. The first of the papaya and frank mashups (sorry, Gray’s), has been taking care of NYC since &r... 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
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
Another addictive Colombian export ready to extend LES nights. Dogs are definitely loco, at least compared to Gray’s Papaya. The likes of quail eggs, potato chips, and apple slaw make the top... read more
Sausage haus on the Lower East Side. Long dining hall sees hardwood on three sides, brick on the fourth. Bratwurst on a pretzel roll for the tried and true; sausages made of lamb, shrimp, and chick... read more
Lower Haighters queue up daily for this sausage fest, now conveyed across the continent to Lower Billyburg. Fresh grilled faves like andouille, knockwurst, and weisswurst, plus more out-there picks... read more
Grungy dog legend follows the rest of the East Village into Williamsburg. Glossy, light-industrial shop cleaner than the original ever was, at least to start. Metal accents (tables, floors, and cei... read more
Japanese couple lives the American, er, Canadian dream, goes from humble Vancouver hot dog stand to plans for world domination. NYC flagship draws 'em in droves for primo sausages bedded down o... read more
These dogs will hunt. Artisanal approach makes humble tube steaks suitable for Park Slope palates. Tasty meat and no wonder -- they're basted in smoked lard butter. Taut texture, lots of character,... read more
Started life as a downtown gourmet cart with “sausage system” imported from Europe (insert off-color joke here). Local menu help from Employees Only chef Jeremy Spector. Old Mandler&rsq... read more
Despite the two-floor, hardwood grandeur of this Hell's Kitchen monolith, quiet nooks and crannies allow for easy escape from standard club scene. Real food and tables add to the relaxed feel. Plus... read more
You gotta love any restaurant whose CPR sign begins with "Hey Assholes!" and ends with "Good luck! " Attitude-heavy dog shack satiates cravings of local lushes. Video and board games, a Sigmun... read more
A NY institution: two fried, zippy franks with kraut or onions and a fruit drink for four bills and change. Even street vendors with their sub-par boiled wieners can't lowball these guys. Get papay... read more
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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...