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The Best Walk-In-Only Restaurants For When You Didn’t Make A Reservation
Forgot to make plans for tonight? Try one of these spots.
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Where To Get A Last-Minute Dinner In The West Village
10 good options for dinner in the West Village when you don’t want to hear, “We may have something in the bar area around 10:30pm.”
Where To Have A Last-Minute Group Dinner
If you forgot to plan a group dinner and your friends are starting to ask questions, choose a spot from this guide.
12 Great Xiao Long Bao In NYC
12 of our favorite spots for delicate, meaty xiao long bao in NYC.
The 9 Best Hand Roll Bars In NYC
When you want your sushi to be served like an ice cream cone.
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Get the lechon kawali sisig and fried chicken at this Woodside outpost of a Filipino chain.
Grab a walk-in table at this Southeast Asian restaurant in the Village when you don’t want to wait anywhere else.
This Jackson Heights restaurant has South Asian classics and fun fusion dishes like naan burgers and chicken tikka tacos.
Hampton Chutney Co.
Hampton Chutney Co. is a fast-casual Indian spot where you can grab an excellent lunch.
Lunch AKA The Lobster Roll
Lunch AKA The Lobster Roll on Montauk Highway is the spot for lobster rolls and clam strips.
Estia's Little Kitchen
Estia's Little Kitchen is a tiny Mexican-American restaurant that is our go-to brunch spot.
The Seafood Shop
The Seafood Shop is a great stop for fresh seafood before heading to a nearby beach.
Bostwick's Chowder House
Bostwick's Chowder House is a diner-style seafood restaurant in East Hampton.
The Clam Bar
The Clam Bar is an all-outdoor spot in Amagansett where you should eat oysters.
Doubles is a quick Caribbean spot in the heart of Amagansett Square.
Astro's Pizza serves Brooklynified Italian American dinners in Amagansett.
This Isan Thai spot in the East Village makes a dazzling array of papaya salads.
At this Nepalese restaurant in Sunnyside, a whole section of the menu is dedicated to goat's head dishes.
Gosman's Dock is a great spot to eat fresh fish with your kids.
John's Drive-In is where you should be eating ice cream in Montauk.
The Hideaway is home to some of Montauk's best Mexican food.
Duryea's Lobster Deck & Seafood Market
Duryea's Lobster Deck & Seafood Market is where you should eat lobster and feel like you're on a fancy vacation, which you probably are.
Ditch Witch is the pest (and quite possibly only) food truck in Montauk.
Osteria Del Porto
Osteria Del Porto is a charming Italian spot for casual dates at the South Street Seaport.
This steakhouse on Pier 17 looks like a cruise ship dining room and has a terrific Wagyu striploin.
Have your next lunch meeting at this handroll bar in the Hudson Yards mall.