I Sodi isn’t the flashiest Italian restaurant in New York City, but it’s consistently one of the best.
This Malaysian restaurant has been around since the 1990s, serving Hainanese chicken, roti canai, and a killer Singapore kari laksa.
At this cozy, chrome-plated luncheonette in Soho, you can drink a bottle of wine and have a steak, or get an egg cream and a burger.
West VillageGreenwich Village
This West Village wine bar has old world bottles, seasonal food with Filipino flourishes, and plenty of polish without the stiffness.
Long Island City
Part seminar on Korean fermentation, part impressive tasting menu, this eight-seat counter in Long Island City is one of the most unique fine dining options in town.
Located in the bottom of the Perelmen Performing Arts Center in FiDi, Metropolis is a pricey place serving an interesting, but spotty menu inspired by New York City.
Murray HillMidtown East
At this Manhattan outpost of a 400-year-old restaurant from Japan, you can eat korokke and drink sake while eavesdropping on peak Murray Hill conversations.
Skip your spa day, and instead get a pork broth facial at Rockmeisha, a lively East Village ramen shop that specializes in Hakata-style soup.
The second outpost of one of NYC’s best pizzerias is slinging crispy sourdough slices on Christopher Street.
This palatial restaurant in Noho has an excellent burger, a cocktail lounge in the basement, and a produce farm in Pennsylvania.
If you aren't doing the cooking thing this year, here's where you can grab some food on Thanksgiving.
The city’s pop-up boom isn’t slowing down anytime soon.
Where to get great pasta, birria, pupusas, and more off the L train.
The best places to have a celebratory meal with the people you see every day.
Where to grab a meal around all those banks and people in suits making consequential financial decisions.
The top 20 pizzas in NYC, according to us.
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Where to eat when you want more vegetarian options than “seasonal market sides.”
NYC’s best Filipino restaurants serve up sizzling platters of sisig, banana leaf-plate dinners, and a really good time.
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