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  1. Post Office Bar Brooklyn

    Post Office

    188 Havemeyer St.
    Brooklyn, NY 11211

    We’re throwing down a serious stamp of approval on Post Office, a tiny whiskey bar in Williamsburg. The spot you might easily overlook is serving ridiculously next-level dishes.

  2. Candlelight Inn

    Candlelight Inn

    519 Central Park Ave.
    Scarsdale, NY 10583

    Welcome to not only one of Steinthal’s all-time favorite restaurants, but one that began his romance with eating. Specifically, eating wings.

  3. Kajitsu


    125 E. 39th St.
    New York, NY 10016

    Kajitsu is such a special place that it deserves to be part of the conversation when it comes to essential New York restaurants. And at its new location in Murray Hill, it’s able to start to get the recognition it truly deserves.

  4. Betony


    41 W. 57th St.
    New York, NY 10019

    A year after our initial review, we check back in on Betony, already one of our favorite fine dining destinations in New York City. We’d rather do our fine dining here than almost anywhere downtown. Or uptown for that matter.

  5. Di Fara

    Di Fara Pizza

    1424 Avenue J
    Brooklyn, NY 11230

    A $5 slice is not something we are particularly comfortable with. For a slice to justifiably cost that much money, it should probably either be topped with some kind of delicious and rare animal meat (panda?), or be the last f*cking slice of PIZZA in the world. The $5 slice of pizza at Di Fara is neither. But it is the best pizza in New York.

  6. Gato


    324 Lafayette St.
    New York, NY 10012

    Don’t worry about the fact that it’s a celebrity chef’s restaurant. Gato will remind you why Bobby Flay became famous in the first place – because he can f*cking cook.

  7. Schwa


    1466 N. Ashland Ave.
    Chicago, 60622

    Schwa, the restaurant equivalent of the most interesting man in the world. Better start working on the reservation now.

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