Nabe spot working classic Brooklyn-modern angle. Weathered-wood storefront leads to trim digs, nicely lit with overhead lamps and exposed bulbs. Provisions sold in back. Involved house cocktails, d... read more
Tara on Tribeca moves it over to the Bowery. Now shares space with Bowery Poetry Club, but gets the prime hours to operate. Chef Beau Houck takes seasonal cues for southern-accented grub: BBQ quail... read more
Hangar-sized Saloon Moderne space. Named for Keanu character in Point Break, but you’ll feel more like Travolta in Urban Cowboy. Main draw is mechanical bull in center ring. Mix of Rock Cente... read more
A low-maintenance redhead? Really? We kid, we kid. Southerned-up cooking in a laidback space from an ex-Danny Meyer hand. Bacon-tinged peanuts and shrimp and grits, but the show-stopper is the frie... read more
Mom and pop from Louisiana and Mississippi bring the south to the west side. Cornbread, mac ‘n’ cheese, homemade lemonade. Birds made for modern times: chickens are all-natural, antibio... read more
Barbecue New York style, so don't be getting all huffy about your precious Carolina, Kansas, Texas roots. Bed-Stuy potato salad, sweet and spicy Brooklyn Wings, Black Angus hot dogs topped with pul... read more
Fraternity fallout shelter about as authentically country as Nicole Richie. Sea of ballcaps with lacrosse logos crowds bar. In big back room, chicken fried steak crispy and perfect, and ribs like t... read more
No need to spring for that house upstate, just brunch here on the weekends. Farmland-style joint treats freshness as a sacrament. Southern skillets on wooden tables will shake the city out of you. ... read more
Ragin' Cajun with a can't-miss bright orange façade. Rare juke joint in the concrete jungle. Hollerin' blues and diabolical vodka lemonades. The Cajun Mary, a spicy ode to the blessed Virgin, will ... read more
Dixie soul goodness helps you find the love in your heart to overlook dingy parade of linoleum and Formica. Settle down on some vinyl for sticky bbq spare ribs, crackling fried chicken, collards, a... read more
Feels like a New Orleans speakeasy. Treats at the bar like the John Daly (lemonade with Firefly) will ease the pain of the workday, grilled cheese with white cheddar and brie will soak up the liquo... read more
El Ay Si's executive chef, Chris Frakes of the former Butcher Bay, has perfected the talent of seduction. With a brunch menu as voluptuous as Dita Von Teese's... lips, and an ample dinner menu to b... read more
The younger sister to Peaches Restaurant, this Bed-Stuy southern spot lauded by locals for its cozy down-home feel and its namesake, deliciously crunchy Nashville-style hot chicken, served regular,... read more
The tamer, older sister to hip Peaches HotHouse, Peaches caters to families and older Bed-Stuy residents with its Southern hospitality, standout brunch, and pretty solid Southern dishes. Though som... read more
Relic of an era past, BK joint is a staple for authentic Southern food, plays host to some of the city's best jams. Gold trim and beveled mirrors inside provide instant snapshots of the '60s, '70s,... 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...