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Dirck the Norseman in Greenpoint Has a Menu Made for Beer Drinkers Dirck the Norseman in Greenpoint Has a Menu Made for Beer Drinkers
, July 23, 2014
It's no secret that New York is undergoing a brewing renaissance: Six new borough breweries opened in the first half of 2014 alone, and between... More >>
Sleek and Spendy, Beautique in Midtown Knows Its Target Audience Sleek and Spendy, Beautique in Midtown Knows Its Target Audience
, July 16, 2014
By design, New York's hidden restaurants don't give diners much to look for. There are the unmarked doors, often festooned with peeling paint or... More >>
The Eddy in the East Village Focuses on Small Plates and Gussied-Up Booze The Eddy in the East Village Focuses on Small Plates and Gussied-Up Booze
The Eddy will pull you right in
, July 09, 2014
For years, East 6th Street has gotten a particularly bad rap, pigeonholed like some Bollywood Joe Pesci as a culinary minefield of sporadic Desi... More >>
The Barn is Burning at Chalk Point Kitchen The Barn is Burning at Chalk Point Kitchen
, July 02, 2014
It really was my fault. I'd entered without a reservation. I was a walk-in. The hostesses looked back and forth between a computer and a... More >>
Neighborhood Paradise: Crown Heights is on Fiyah at Glady's Neighborhood Paradise: Crown Heights is on Fiyah at Glady's
, June 25, 2014
Globally, we are a people obsessed with productivity, and nowhere is this sentiment more worshiped than in America, where under-eye bags and... More >>
Despite Its Comfy Environs, Harlem's Cheri Misses on Execution Despite Its Comfy Environs, Harlem's Cheri Misses on Execution
, June 18, 2014
The commercial real estate below French-born Alain Eoche's Lenox Avenue brownstone apartment looked like it was on the brink of opening for... More >>
Wood-Fired Char is Colonia Verde's Favorite Seasoning Wood-Fired Char is Colonia Verde's Favorite Seasoning
, June 11, 2014
Wood fire is a powerful kitchen tool, thrilling in its ability to singe everything it touches. When manipulated properly, glowing embers imbue... More >>
The Casual, Enormous Gander in Flatiron Can't Hide Its Uppercrust Trimmings The Casual, Enormous Gander in Flatiron Can't Hide Its Uppercrust Trimmings
Gander gives a strong showing for those who can afford it.
, June 04, 2014
Jesse Schenker opened West Village jewel box Recette at age 27, and in the four years since, he's expanded both his family and restaurant group... More >>
At Sushi Dojo in the East Village, David Bouhadana Makes Magic with Raw Fish At Sushi Dojo in the East Village, David Bouhadana Makes Magic with Raw Fish
The dojo with mojo
, May 28, 2014
When the first course hit the counter, a square, matte black ceramic plate bearing a sea snail shell and an empty smoke-gray bowl, it struck me... More >>
Bobby Flay's Gato Roars Bobby Flay's Gato Roars
, May 21, 2014
As prime time approached on a recent Saturday night, a family of four stood at arm's length, eyeing our table with intent. Unable to finagle her... More >>
Bunna Cafe Brings Ethiopian Vegan Cuisine to Brooklyn Bunna Cafe Brings Ethiopian Vegan Cuisine to Brooklyn
Cool beans
, May 14, 2014
If you're looking to test the mettle of your out-of-town guests, have them meet you for vegan Ethiopian food next to a vacant lot on the border... More >>
By Any Other Name, the LES's Rosette Would Still Confound By Any Other Name, the LES's Rosette Would Still Confound
Going in circles
, May 07, 2014
"I'm gonna be real with you guys, the cracklins are bullshit," our server confides after we've asked to start with the crunchy bar snack. In her... More >>
North River in the East Village is Worth Fording North River in the East Village is Worth Fording
, April 30, 2014
As the Hudson River winds its way down to New York Harbor, its waters pass by the craggy cliffs and charming river towns of the Hudson Valley, a... More >>
Empire Diner Rises Again in Chelsea -- with a Chopped Judge in Charge Empire Diner Rises Again in Chelsea -- with a Chopped Judge in Charge
The empire strikes back unremarkably
, April 23, 2014
For its first 30 years, the Empire Diner was an archetypal greasy spoon scrambling eggs and flapping jacks with the best of them. But the... More >>
In Flushing, Myung San Plumbs the Depths of Fermented Korean Comfort Food In Flushing, Myung San Plumbs the Depths of Fermented Korean Comfort Food
Food for the Seoul
, April 16, 2014
"We're known for fermentation," confides Hoon Beam Cho when I ask him if I missed anything on my first visit to Myung San, a Korean comfort-food... More >>
Narcissa Sets an Upscale Farm-to-Table in the East Village Narcissa Sets an Upscale Farm-to-Table in the East Village
Home on the range
, April 09, 2014
In any artistic medium, the most compelling stories exploit contrast as a narrative device, and Narcissa — John Fraser's slow-cooked playground... More >>
The Beautiful Ones Find Mixed Pickings at Margaux The Beautiful Ones Find Mixed Pickings at Margaux
Dinner for the birds
, April 02, 2014
You would look pretty in a booth at Margaux. Her jewel-tone green banquettes flirt and flatter, and the polished, gray marble glow of the... More >>
The Mollusks at The Clam Pull You Into the Deep Like an Undertow The Mollusks at The Clam Pull You Into the Deep Like an Undertow
The new West Village eatery features coastal cookery inspired by the Chesapeake Bay
, March 26, 2014
Although they looked at spaces in Brooklyn, it surprised no one that Mike Price and Joey Campanaro would open The Clam — their sequel to Carmine... More >>
Gastropub Lachlan Returns Gwynnett St.'s Spirit to Graham Avenue Gastropub Lachlan Returns Gwynnett St.'s Spirit to Graham Avenue
Neighborhood faire
, March 19, 2014
When Carl McCoy and chef Justin Hilbert opened Gwynnett St. barely two years ago, they took the territory by storm. Theirs was a gastronomic... More >>
At M. Wells Steakhouse in Long Island City, Too Much is Just Enough At M. Wells Steakhouse in Long Island City, Too Much is Just Enough
Chop Shop
, March 12, 2014
At some point during the nearly 30 minutes spent waiting for a repeat order of Hugue Dufour's gargantuan foie gras-stuffed gnocchi, the diners in... More >>
Wilson Tang's Fung Tu Minds Its Manners a Bit Too Much Wilson Tang's Fung Tu Minds Its Manners a Bit Too Much
Chinese-New American restaurant lacks that "something"
, March 05, 2014
At Nom Wah Tea Parlor, Chinatown's oldest dim sum restaurant, your waiter will speak questionable English. He may have stronger command of the... More >>
Mission Cantina Hits the Sweet Spot for Mexico City-Style Tacos Mission Cantina Hits the Sweet Spot for Mexico City-Style Tacos
Danny Bowien's latest venture flaunts from-scratch tortillas
, February 26, 2014
In Mexico City, there are women who spend their lifetimes making tacos. On street corners, in neighborhood markets, in makeshift kitchens, this... More >>
Make Harlem's Mountain Bird a Destination Make Harlem's Mountain Bird a Destination
Visiting Chef Kenichi Tajima's spartan uptown nest
, February 19, 2014
Harlem is in no immediate danger of becoming the next Williamsburg, but as high-rises and Whole Foods sprout in the upper reaches of Manhattan,... More >>
How to Maintain Your Relationship When You Both Work in a Restaurant How to Maintain Your Relationship When You Both Work in a Restaurant
Three restaurant couples tell how they hold it all together
, February 12, 2014
It's the ultimate love story: Two people meet, get married, and open a restaurant. And for those who get to tell such a charmed tale, chances are... More >>
Saul Dazzles on Palate and Plate Saul Dazzles on Palate and Plate
, January 29, 2014
As any pseudo-intellectual can tell you, some questions are best left to the confines of the dorm room. Questions like: "What is art?" "Does art... More >>
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