Bronx-born Zachary Feldman is the Village Voice’s restaurant critic. He enjoys wearing a bib even when it’s not required. And no, that’s not some Freudian thing. Follow him on Instagram, too. He's at @zachats.
16 hours ago | Asian
Half a decade ago, Oscar Myint offered one of the best breakfast deals in New York: hefty, hearty bowls of noodle soup — the kind enjoyed most mornings by yawning commuters in Yangon and Mandalay — and a small coffee, all for $2. At the time, he'd...
7 days ago | Seafood
Straight out of a high school theater production of South Pacific or The Pirates of Penzance, a row of hand-painted crested waves rises up from the alcove window across from All Hands' raw bar. The three-dimensional set piece is a nod to the boist...
14 days ago | Pizza
Mike Bergemann's tiered "bakery style" electric ovens don't carry the same ostentatious gravitas as the five-figure, wood-fired hearths favored by Neapolitan-pizza fanatics. They're not domed, tiled in gold or mosaics, or painted with an Italian s...
22 days ago | Japanese
You don't have to search far or wide to find an affordable steak in New York. Just ask the people chowing down on salsa-verde-smothered churrasco at any number of neighborhood spots around the five boroughs, or try the folks who frequent Manhattan...
28 days ago | Brooklyn
After popular year-old Clinton Hill café Tilda All Day abruptly shuttered last September, its future appeared uncertain. But for Samantha Safer and chef Claire Welle — the two remaining principals following an ownership shakeup — the next steps we...
28 days ago | Things To Do
Critic's Pick: Fancy Casual International culinary superstar and Mexico City's patron saint of mole Enrique Olvera can't wait for you to try the tlacoyos and consomés at ATLA (372 Lafayette Street, no phone or website yet), the all-day café he's o...