100 "Vegetarians" restaurants in New York.
We feel sorry for anyone who doesn’t have a Paulie Gee’s in their ‘hood or in their city as an option for excellent Neapolitan pies.
Razza is a wood-fired pizza spot in Jersey City that’s well worth a trip from New York. Or from anywhere else.
Lighthouse is our go-to spot in Williamsburg for a casual, kind of healthy, but still impressive meal.
Three blocks from the Barclays Center, Chuko is not only an ideal pre-game move, but our favorite ramen joint in Brooklyn.
The Italian food at Noho’s Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria has the honor of being among the only things in history to improve after a key lineup change.
There is definitely a scene at Narcissa, but it’s subdued and humble because the staff is nice and people are actually eating the food.
abcV is Jean-Georges’ third restaurant inside of the ABC Carpet & Home furniture store, and this one is all vegetarian. It’s also the best.
You're going to need an hour on the train to get to Tanoreen. But if you appreciate Middle Eastern or Mediterranean food, it's more than worth it.
Every neighborhood needs a neighborhood restaurant as good as Prospect in Fort Greene.
The new and improved Dirt Candy location on the Lower East Side is bigger and shinier. And it’s still really, really good.
Kajitsu in Murray Hill is such a special place that it deserves to be part of the conversation when it comes to essential New York restaurants.
Gotham West Market is one of the better food situations in Hell's Kitchen, and Slurp Shop is the best part of Gotham West Market.
A seafood restaurant from the people behind The Meatball Shop, Seamore’s is healthy, reasonably priced, and a good time. No wonder it’s always packed.
Four years after our first review, Danji is still the restaurant we recommend most in the Midtown/Times Square area.