NYC Senior Staff Editor
Bryan’s from Seattle, but he’s been living in New York City long enough to remember when the M train had a brown logo. Over the years, Bryan has worked at various bars and restaurants, and he has also dropped out of several of the city’s finest universities. Nowadays, you can find him editing at The Infatuation, where he’s been since 2016.
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Tiny's and the Bar Upstairs
Tiny's and the Bar Upstairs is located in its own three-story, pastel pink townhouse in Tribeca. It's a cute place, and you should eat a burger here.
The Best Korean BBQ In Koreatown
Our favorite spots around 32nd Street to have someone grill meat at your table.
Popina is a tiny, casual restaurant on the Brooklyn waterfront. The food is a mix of Southern and Italian, and they do some great chicken and pasta.
Sunken Harbor Club
Sunken Harbor Club is a small, dark, pirate-ship themed bar above Gage and Tollner in Downtown Brooklyn. Stop by for a well-engineered Mai Tai.
Jin Ramen is a little Japanese restaurant on the Upper West Side where you can get a good bowl of ramen.
The original is in the East Village, but the Williamsburg Cafe Mogador is brighter and more spacious. Get your Moroccan food here (including brunch).
Awadh is an upscale two-story Indian restaurant on the Upper West Side where can get some Northeast Indian food.