Lower East Side
This Nomad restaurant serves decadent, inventive Viennese food with a French twist. Come hungry, and order at least two things from every section of the menu.
You can find fried chicken sandwiches pretty much anywhere, but for the best in NYC, head to these spots.
From old-school staples to restaurants changing the dining landscape of the neighborhood, these are our favorite spots on the Lower East Side.
There are a lot of bars in the East Village. Here are the ones we like best.
15 spots where you can practice those dance moves you learned from YouTube.
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A night out at one of these places—whether it’s for a catch-up with a friend or an impressive date night—feels overwhelmingly of the moment.
All the new places for when you wake up on the weekend and actually have the energy to leave the house.
A natural wine bar in Clinton Hill, a Persian spot serving potato tahdig in Bushwick, and more new restaurants to check out.
The top 24 pizzas in NYC, according to us.
Where to eat with someone who likes you back.
Whether you're looking for something quick or want to have a nice sit-down dinner before you attend the Beetlejuice musical, here are your best options.
Legendary clubs, low-key dive bars, and contemporary art spaces where you can tap your toes to some bass.
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From the team behind Joyface, HiLot is a speakeasy-type place in Alphabet City that looks like a fancy living room from the '70s.
Discolo is a fun Chelsea spot downstairs from Al Coro where you can dance under a bunch of flashing colorful lights.
Inspired by the aperitivo bars of Spain and Northern Italy, this little Greenpoint spot is the ideal place to drink an appletini and chat with a date.
The revamped Milady's isn't as divey as the original, but it's still one of the best options for a casual cocktail in Soho.
From yeast and cake to mochi and vegan varieties, here's what to get when any old doughnut won't do.
From our favorite places to eat omakase sushi to some top-tier neighborhood spots, here's where to have a big night out.
Where to eat exceptional birria, unforgettable suadero, and fish tacos that rival the ones on the West Coast.
Oxtail pies in Bed-Stuy, classic square slices in Gravesend, and more pizza you need to try in the city's most populous borough.