Everything about this spinoff from the original East Hampton Nick & Toni's screams "I am Italian," from the frescoed walls to the wood burning oven. Rustic decor, simple wooden tables laden wit... read more
The crown jewel of Lincoln Center, courtesy of Terence Brennan. Chandeliers for silver-haired pre-opera crowd (though recent makeover wisely 86'd much of the majorly antiquated décor.) Chees... read more
Deco touches complement polished Euro style. Preppies clog bi-level space. People-watching spot of the nabe, perfect finish to a day with the dinos. Let attentive staff point out American and Medit... read more
Strong, haze-inducing drinks, tiny tapas, paella, and fried brie topped with fried grapes. Heart-attacky goodness. Bring that new "friend" you just met courtesy of two pitchers of sangria to the ba... read more
Casual French bistro-style dining with affordable fares. East Villagers in search of brunch and pre- or post-theater-goers. Outdoor sidewalk dining when weather permits. Winning deals such as $30 f... read more
Stuffed grape leaves, falafel, and enough variations of hummus to keep you full for weeks. Everything is under $10, served with a smile and great for a quick bite or a long meal, as no one is rushi... read more
Fresh imported ingredients from Mediterranean neighbors France and Italy create delicious, thoughtful dishes, equally suited to impress lunching ladies, Euro transplants, and hardcore New York food... read more
Sweet treats battle hangovers at a locals' favorite: vaguely Moroccan bakery serving up vegan-friendly pastries. Anything with peanut butter: order. Pasta dishes and a few less stiff and savory con... read more
Taim is the Hebrew word for delicious, and nobody but its competitors would claim that this spinoff of the Waverly Place institution is misnamed. Signature falafel comes in three styles: green, red... read more
Close to Chelsea Piers, though this Mediterranean-American diner will deliver to you for free and let you order online. Frequented by tank-top wearing Chelsea-ites searching for simple dishes and a... read more
Modeled after the interior of a yacht, Marcony is an oasis on Lexington Avenue. Enjoy delectable Italian specialties underneath a Chihuly chandelier, near the romatic, dark wood bar on the first fl... read more
Third outpost of Fig & Olive decidedly more chill. Conversation actually possible in most seats! Otherwise much like other branches: stylish Mediterranean served well. House salad made with ...... read more
Experience the (culinary) world without leaving one of its most exclusive neighborhoods. Warm, dark bar and dining room is accented by reclaimed wood and ironwork, with artwork that features wine a... read more
Escape from Billyburg madness into another world at this boiler room turned restaurant/lounge bar. Dim lighting and exposed brick soothe your senses as you devour delicious Turkish cuisine that&rsq... 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...