$$$250 Mulberry St.New York, NY 10012
Restaurants like Torrisi are the reason that we spend all of our free time eating and writing about food. If you enjoy consuming as much as we do and aren’t held down by underdeveloped taste buds, allergies or religious beliefs, you’re going to love Torrisi Italian Specialties. By day, Torrisi is the best new sandwich […]
$17 Prince St.New York, NY 10012
Café Habana is and always will be one of the coolest and (and best) places to eat in New York City. Yes it’s great for brunch, but we like it best during the week, when the crowds aren’t quite so crazy.
$$$235 Mulberry St.New York, NY 10012
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 […]
$$$$218 Lafayette St.New York, NY 10012
If you read this website regularly, you are already aware that we’re Michael White junkies. Homeboy makes our favorite pasta on the isle of Manhattan. We’d rather eat at one of White’s fine establishments – Marea, Convivio, Alto and now Osteria Morini – than at a Batali joint any day of the week. So you […]
$$$End of Freeman AlleyNew York, NY 10002
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 […]
$$$$47 Bond St.New York, NY 10012
Even some of the hottest restaurants have empty tables on “off” nights, but the fact that Il Buco is routinely slammed is a testament to the quality of the food and the unique character of the space. You won’t find another place in town quite like this.
$$248 Mulberry St.New York, NY 10012
We already know that the fellas behind Carbone and Torrisi Italian Specialties know what they’re doing, so it’s not big surprise that we (and everyone else) also love their casual sandwich shop, Parm. Simple Italian food is a lost art in NYC. You might find chicken parmesan, baked ziti, and mozzarella sticks at your local […]
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