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The Best BBQ In NYC

From a pop-up serving chicharrón and smoked turkey to a place that offers plant-based takes on ribs and pulled pork, here's where to find the best Southern-style BBQ.

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3 Super Bowl Specials To Order Even If You Probably Won’t Turn On The Game

Wait, there’s a football season this year?

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The Best Lobster Rolls In The Hamptons

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21 Greenpoint

Located on the concourse at Rockefeller Center, 21 Greenpoint is a casual spot where you can have some perfectly fine American food with a glass of wine.

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6.2

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Smyth Tavern

Smyth Tavern makes one of the best burgers in Tribeca, but not much else here is worth mentioning.

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7.0

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Peaches Prime

The food at Peaches Prime in Fort Greene is hit or miss, but this place has a great burger, and it's a good backup if your first choice in the area is too crowded.

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Lillie's Victorian Establishment

Lillie's Victorian is a huge restaurant in the Theater District with ornate ceilings and stained glass windows. It's a great choice for afternoon tea or brunch before a weekend matinee.

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Monkey Bar

Run by the people behind 4 Charles Prime Rib, the revamped Monkey Bar is a fun, nostalgic place to drink a martini and eat a burger in Midtown.

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Manhatta

This restaurant on the 60th floor of a building in FiDi has spectacular views and New American dishes that combine ingredients in unexpected ways.

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8.4

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Claud

Claud is a wine bar in the East Village that serves some really delicious riffs on classic European fare.

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6.2

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Queensyard

Queensyard is an expensive spot in Hudson Yards that serves British-inspired food. Unfortunately, it's not very good.

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9.0

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Gallaghers Steakhouse

Gallaghers Steakhouse has been serving exceptionally good dry-aged meats in Times Square since the 1940s. It's the best classic steakhouse experience in NYC.

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8.5

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The Noortwyck

The Noortwyck is a stylish West Village restaurant that serves the kind of seasonally-driven menu you'll want to eat a few times throughout the year.

The Best BBQ In NYC guide image

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The Best BBQ In NYC

From a pop-up serving chicharrón and smoked turkey to a place that offers plant-based takes on ribs and pulled pork, here's where to find the best Southern-style BBQ.

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7.8

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The Original Soup Kitchen

This place isn't just a destination for George Constanza photos and “No Soup For You” merch. The soup is worth returning for.

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Sojourn

Sojourn on the Upper East Side has a menu influenced by a lot of different cuisines, and it's a solid option for when all you need is somewhere that’s “just fine.”

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The Whitby Bar & Restaurant

This spot in the Whitby Hotel is decorated with random items that look like they came from estate sales, and it's a surprisingly pleasant place to drink in Midtown.

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7.5

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Bird In Hand

Bird in Hand is a huge spot in Hamilton Heights that works equally well as a restaurant or cocktail bar.

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7.6

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The Lambs Club

With its red leather booths and Art Deco decor, The Lambs Club is a very Midtown place. It's a little stuffy, but the food is reliably good.

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7.6

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Friedman's

Opened with celiacs in mind, Friedman's makes the city's best gluten-free pancakes and waffles.

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6.6

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American Bar

American Bar is a popular West Village restaurant that looks like a trendy country club. The food isn't anything special, but it also doesn't have to be.

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HAGS

HAGS is a queer-owned restaurant in the East Village that's redefining the idea of fine dining.

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The Osprey

The Osprey isn’t just another overpriced waterfront restaurant in Dumbo. The food here is legitimately good.