Bryan KimNYC Senior Staff Writer
Bryan showed up one day to snake out our drain, and he never left. He’s an enigma wrapped in duck prosciutto, which is why he smells like duck prosciutto. Hobbies include skiing and fencing. His hobbies do not, however. He’s from Seattle, and if he could only eat one food for the rest of his life he’d be upset and confused. Bryan’s previous employers include Dr. Ian Bell DDS, The Gap, and Le Bernardin.
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The Chapel Bar is hidden behind a nondescript door in Fotofrafiska (a photography museum in Flatiron), and it’s a great place for some quiet drinks.
Sauced is a Williamsburg wine bar that feels like a mildly hectic house party with cheese, charcuterie, and a disco ball.
This West Village Italian spot is starting to feel just a tad dated - but the food is as good as ever. Try it for a special dinner, and order pasta.
Parlay is a coffee shop in Sunset Park with beer, wine, and a full menu of things like a fried chicken sandwich and some extremely good curry.
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Noods n’ Chill is a tiny counter-service spot where you’ll find the best Thai food in Williamsburg. Try it for a quick (and excellent) weeknight meal.
When you’re heading out with a group, and no one made plans, go here.
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12 spots for when your Soho dining habits are starting to make you sad.
Hampton Chutney Co. is a counter-service spot in Soho where you can get a sandwich, a salad, or a dosa the size of your arm. Try it for a quick lunch.
Souk & Sandwich is a Lebanese takeout spot on 6th Avenue where you can pick up a great sandwich filled with chicken, beef, or some kind of veggie.