$$$$240 Central Park S.New York, NY 10019
Marea is one of those restaurants, like Eleven Madison Park, you walk into knowing damn well it’s going to be incredible. It’s also good to know this: Marea is a Quality Fish restaurant first, Italian restaurant second.
$$95 1st Ave.New York, NY 10003
The ultimate neighborhood restaurant. Not everyone knows about Upstate Beer & Oyster bar, but those who do are obsessed with it.
$$298 Bedford Ave.Brooklyn, NY 11211
Either we’ve aged into silver haired, 30-something hipsters overnight or Williamsburg is just more on our wavelength lately than Manhattan. With its impressive cocktail menu and insane raw bar, Maison Premiere is our latest Williamsburg obsession.
$$$420 Hudson St.New York, NY 10014
Aside from the misleading and somewhat unfortunate name, and aside from the fact that it kind of looks like every single other restaurant in this part of town, The Clam is actually very unique and really damn good.
$$$945 2nd Ave.New York, NY 10022
Crave is a progressive thinking fish restaurant, refined enough to impress a serious gourmand, while maintaining a laid back atmosphere that takes you out of the misery of Midtown East.
$$$259 W. 4th St.New York, NY 10014
Extra Virgin is an Infatuation approved establishment for two main reasons. First, it’s an excellent date spot. Second, it’s as consistent as they come.
$$$1196 BroadwayNew York, NY 10001
After much anticipation, The John Dory 2.0 has opened in The Ace Hotel, and it’s exactly the kind of spot this area needs. The second incarnation of Friedman and Bloomfield’s original idea is a fun, hip oyster bar that’s actually a bar.
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A rare instance of something actually improving after a major lineup change.
The best vodka pizza in town, one of the best Italian restaurants in town.
This is how you book a restaurant reservation in 2014.