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$17 Prince St.New York, NY10012
Café Habana is and always will be one of the coolest and (and best) places to eat in New York City. Yes it’s great for brunch, but we like it best during the week, when the crowds aren’t quite so crazy.
$$$235 Mulberry St.New York, NY10012
Lately we’ve been hearing a whole lot of buzz about how Nolita is officially the new “it” neighborhood in New York for restaurants. I suppose we’re even guilty of helping create some of it. Also, note that I just used the term “it” neighborhood, which means we have officially jumped the shark. You might as […]
$$$End of Freeman AlleyNew York, NY10002
It’s painful going back and reading a lot of the reviews I wrote two and a half years ago, this one in particular. Freemans was one of my first stabs at a restaurant review. There was nothing Immaculate about my writing skills back then. Although its lost a little of its luster recently, we still […]
$$$$47 Bond St.New York, NY10012
Even some of the hottest restaurants have empty tables on “off” nights, but the fact that Il Buco is routinely slammed is a testament to the quality of the food and the unique character of the space. You won’t find another place in town quite like this.
$$$55 Bond St.New York, NY10012
There’s a new French restaurant on Bond Street, and it’s officially your new go-to for First/Early In The Game Dates. If you are a bachelor in this town, you need to immediately put Le Philosophe on your Hit List, write it on your hand, put a note on your sad and empty refrigerator…do whatever you […]
$$$114 Kenmare St.New York, NY10012
If you read our review of the cafe and taqueria, you know that we’re fans of the food at La Esquina. It’s easy to like fresh Mexican favorites in a casual environment. But what happens when you put a guy with a clipboard and some very dangerous stairs in between us and dinner? In most […]
$$$265 Elizabeth St.New York, NY10012
There are times in life when you’re pleasantly surprised. Like when you decide to rent The Change Up, assuming you’ll fall asleep thirty minutes into it and end up laughing your ass off throughout the entire movie. Or when you wind up at a restaurant that hasn’t received much fanfare, not expecting much, and having […]