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9.0

Nepali Bhanchha Ghar

Hannah Albertine
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8.8

Wu’s Wonton King

Bryan Kim
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8.3

Dinner Party

Neha Talreja
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8.3

Tanoshi Sushi

Kenny Yang
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NYC Review

Brooklyn Hots

The garbage plate is a Rochester delicacy, and you can get one of these chaotic bar-food mashups at Brooklyn Hots in Clinton Hill.

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7.8

NYC Review

Genki Omakase

Don't let the drab strip mall vibes at this Greenwich Village spot fool you. The sushi at Genki Omakase is high quality, but you only have an hour to eat it.

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8.3

NYC Review

Dinner Party

Dinner Party is an unpretentious, intimate restaurant in Fort Greene with a new prix-fixe menu every week.

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NYC Review

Tomo21 Sushi

Tomo21 Sushi is perfect for when you’re in the mood for something that's nicer than your go-to Seamless spot but not as pricey as a fancy omakase.

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NYC Review

15 Fox Place

15 Fox Place serves a $95 set menu of filling Italian-American food inside a private house in Jersey City.

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7.5

NYC Review

Spicy Village

Spicy Village is a great BYOB Chinese spot on the Lower East Side.

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NYC Review

Korai Kitchen

Korai Kitchen is a Bangladeshi spot in Jersey City with a delicious, $20 buffet that changes daily.

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NYC Review

Bread And Salt

Bread And Salt is a BYOB pizza spot in Jersey City that serves some of our favorite slices around NYC.

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NYC Review

Lamoon

Lamoon is a cash-only, BYOB restaurant in Elmhurst that specializes in Northern Thai food, and it’s a great spot to eat sausage and pork spine soup.

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8.8

NYC Review

Wu’s Wonton King

Wu’s is a big Chinese restaurant on the LES where you can get a whole roasted suckling pig and sit around a big round table. Plus, it’s BYOB.

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NYC Review

Poke Restaurant

Poke is a cash-only, BYOB sushi spot on the Upper East Side.

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NYC Review

Queens Comfort

Sometimes it’s fun to eat like a kid. Sometimes.

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NYC Review

Tortilleria Los Hermanos

Down the street from the L train Jefferson stop in Bushwick, you'll find the a garage serving some of the city’s best tacos.

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NYC Review

Tartine

A classic West Village brunch spot that people line up for.

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NYC Review

Albadawi

Albadawi is a Palestinian restaurant in Brooklyn Heights with a large menu worth returning for.

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NYC Review

Atithi Indian Cuisine

At Atithi Indian Cuisine in Williamsburg, you can have dinner on Grand Street without feeling like you’ve left your living room.

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NYC Review

Boca Santa

Visit Boca Santa, a BYOB Mexican spot in Bed-Stuy, for a grown-up Taco Tuesday.

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NYC Review

Corto

Corto is a BYO Italian spot in Jersey City that serves some very good housemade pastas.

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NYC Review

Uncle Momo

Uncle Momo is a BYO Lebanese restaurant in Jersey City that’s a good option for brunch or a casual weeknight dinner.

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NYC Review

Bhatti Indian Grill

Bhatti is a very good BYOB Indian restaurant in Murray Hill that specializes in kebabs.