Sailor is a little Fort Greene restaurant with a nautical-themed dining room and an impressive seafood-heavy menu.
Little Grenjai in Bed-Stuy doesn’t have gas yet, but stop by for coffee and a krapow smashburger while you wait.
This José Andrés restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton serves food inspired by Japan and Spain, and toro covered in cotton candy, for some reason.
A Passover Seder-inspired margarita. A burger with a side of latkes. You’ll find all that and more at Gertrude’s in Prospect Heights.
The latest, liveliest spot at the Chelsea Hotel, Cafe Chelsea is an art deco brasserie with prime people-watching.
Two places next to each other on Greenpoint Avenue, a Sunset Park spot that specializes in Hainanese chicken, and more new restaurants to check out.
Lower East Side
Eat and drink your way through these 15 spots in Essex Market and The Market Line.
Call them what you want. Happening. Cool. Busy. Lit. These are the most fun bars in NYC right now.
The restaurants that Do It "For The Culture."
Our favorite spots for lomo saltado, special fried rice, and secret green sauces.
The top 21 pizzas in NYC, according to us.
All of our favorite spots for feijoada, churrasco, coxinhas, and more.
You don’t have to fly to Mexico (or California or Texas) to find great tacos, aguachile, and mole.
It’s easy to find a good bagel in NYC. But a great one? You’ll find those in this guide.
Where to eat Italian in NYC when you aren’t willing to settle.