6 days ago | Hawaiian
Although Chung Chow, Gerald San Jose and Jin Ahn — the owners of the East Village restaurant Noreetuh (128 First Avenue; 646-892-3050) are new to the restaurateur game, they've created a menu that successfully tailors Hawaiian ...
9 days ago | Interviews
London O’Connor is thumbing through an issue of Transworld Skateboarding, his head — a mess of light brown dreads — tipped over a full-page skate spread. Even in the August heat, he’s wearing black jeans and a mustard yellow sweater, emblazoned wi...
12 days ago | 100 Favorite Dishes
Though simple, there's something about Pies 'n' Thighs' (166 South Fourth Street, 347-529-6090) hippie banjo sandwich ($7.50) that really hits the spot. No ordinary fried egg sandwich, the hippie banjo is a hotbed of textures and flavors: sta...
13 days ago | Middle Eastern
Souk & Sandwich (117 6th Avenue; 212-625-3982) is a hole-in-the-wall eatery (with a tiny counter and just a few stools) sitting at the corner of Watts Street and 6th Avenue, its menu a unique offering of Lebanese culinary experience. Dishes he...
26 days ago | Chinese
Spanish-Chinese fusion sounds like an odd pairing for a restaurant to pull off, but Tasca Chino (245 Park Ave South; 212-335-2220) makes it work. With a menu dotted with Latin and Asian-inspired dishes, the Gramercy Park restaurant'...
1 month ago | 100 Favorite Dishes
What Baohaus (238 East 14th Street; 646-684-3835) lacks in space (the Taiwanese eatery is small and easily crowded), it more than makes up for in its signature bao dishes — snack sandwiches served on mantou bread, a steamed bread native ...