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.
1 day ago | Asian
A dreamy fifteen-foot mural by the artist Laura Bernstein hangs over one of the long black banquettes lining Win Son, Josh Ku and Trigg Brown's delightful Taiwanese-American canteen. The stretch of canvas depicts a zany Last Supper inhabited by a ...
8 days ago | Things To Do
Critic's Pick: "Sustainability matters to us on so many levels, from the products we serve to the employees that we take on to our rent checks every month," partner Ennio Di Nino cheekily tells the Voice, speaking to the ethos he and chef-owner Ad...
9 days ago | Comfort Food
In a cubby above the vintage Pepsi-branded letter board menu at Mr. Donahue's, a vintage peaked policeman's cap nests next to a photograph of the man who wore it, Purple Heart veteran and former NYPD detective Frank Donahue. The brim of this famil...
23 days ago | Burgers
Not one but two whole egg rolls balance precariously on Flattopps' Flying Guillotine burger. Even more alarming: They're there on purpose, and not the work of some deranged glutton who broke in to the kitchen and took the cooks hostage. The $10 sa...
1 month ago | French
Like a well-crafted story, the rabbit at Le Coucou unfolds in three parts, each with its own intricacies to decipher. Act one, the saddle, debuts as two rolled, offal-streaked medallions served with a sherry vinaigrette made from the animal's hear...
1 month ago | Pizza
Among the tags, sketches, and declarations of love permanently scrawled in Sharpie on Bodega Pizza's bathroom walls, one customer's optimistic sentiment reads, "This proves that gentrification comes & goes but culture remains forever." It's a ...