The city gets some long overdue regional Mexican fare
Here are the latest newcomers to New York City's cutthroat dining scene. If you hear of any new openings or closings, let us know. Neta, a sushi restaurant in the Village run by the people behind Masa, opened last Friday. [Grub Street] Today is opening day for Russian restaurant Brasserie Pushkin ... More >>
TriggerHappyDave/FlickrSweets and sips.With the resurgence of tiki and hotel bars, it's been a while since we've seen a new speakeasy in the city. Next Friday, 2nd Floor on Clinton, upstairs from Barramundi, will be transformed from secret party room to intimate cocktail den.
If you're looking to sip where the wine experts do, head for such wine bars as Terroir Tribeca, Anfora, and Bar Henry. [Food & Wine] Restaurants that have implemented iPad wine lists experience an increase in wine sales nearly overnight -- the devices also seem to appeal more to men. [NY Ti ... More >>
This week in the Voice, Robert Sietsema finds the menu at Faustina to be "a playful and innovative take on Italian cuisine." Sarah DiGregorio discovers down-home Indian at Bhojan, where despite the small-plates designation, "dishes are actually rather generous and the list mainly offers sharable str ... More >>
Go ahead, give him your number.As if New York bartenders didn't get enough press in this cocktail-obsessed city. Now you can find 10 of the city's most eligible bartenders in the Sex & Dating section of Time Out. The magazine profiles drink slingers from Death & Company, White Star, and Bar H ... More >>
Boquerones and deviled eggsBar Henry opened about four months ago in a dark, subterranean space on Houston. The wine bar and restaurant is from the same owners as Cafe Henri; the establishments share a mascot, a drunken Maltese dog. With its red brick walls, copper bar, checked tile floor, an ... More >>