Hannah AlbertineNYC Staff Writer
It wasn’t until her 17th year that Hannah realized Will Smith was never going to show up outside of her West Philadelphia home and make her the star of her own sitcom, so she decided to study creative writing at a small liberal arts college in Maine instead. Hannah now spends her time browsing neighborhood blogs for NYC restaurant openings and asking people if they’ve seen newly-released Netflix documentaries. She’s still secretly waiting for Will to reach out.
The new restaurant openings you should know about.
Tomi Jazz is a Japanese jazz bar that also happens to be one of the coolest date options in Midtown.
Evil Twin’s Ridgewood tap room is a great place to have a birthday party or hang out with your friends and their toddlers on a weekend afternoon.
Sugar Sweet Sunshine Bakery makes the best cupcakes and puddings on the Lower East Side.
The Uptown Hit List: The Best New Restaurants Above 59th Street
The Uptown Hit List: The Best New Resta...
The best new restaurants above 59th Street.
If you’re looking to have a fun group dinner by 96th Street on the UWS, Moonrise Izakaya is the best choice.
Four & Twenty Blackbirds is a pie shop in Gowanus with coffee, a bunch of tables, and some excellent pies.
Casual Italian: the reliable, neighborhood spots you want to be at every Sunday night. Here are our favorites.
Rising Tide Brewing is a smaller brewery in Bayside with a great outdoor area that tends to stay a bit calmer.
Oxbow is a brewery in Portland with food from the Duckfat people that stays open late on the weekends, unlike most spots in this town.
Only reachable by ferry on Peaks Island, Island Lobster Co is where you should grab a lobster roll before biking and exploring the beach houses.