19 "Wasting Your Time and Money" restaurants in New York.
Lumaca is an Italian restaurant in a Midtown hotel with pricey, below-average food.
If you’re looking to have an extremely expensive dinner, then Bouley At Home in Flatiron should be near the bottom of your list.
If you want to take shots and eat overpriced food on the Lower East Side, try Vandal. It’s perfect for that.
There are a lot of hotel restaurants in Williamsburg. Harvey is one of them, and it isn’t very good.
Sola Pasta Bar is from a chef who apparently had a Michelin star in Italy at one point - which is surprising, because the pasta here is very bad.
Avenida Cantina is quite possibly the worst Tex-Mex we've ever encountered. And one of us is from Texas.
Tavern on the Green is so bad that even our grandmas can’t get down with it. And they're nice grandmas. Please avoid at all costs.
Everything at Kingside is overpriced and underwhelming. Spare yourself and only go if you feel like checking out the beehive of glammed-up female and single rich dude activity.
Ever wanted to eat bad Italian food while Usher’s “Yeah” blasts into your ears at a high volume? Didn’t think so. No thanks, Osteria Cotta.
For us, Pulqueria is just an exercise in misery. The music is loud, the service sucks, and this place might as well be selling guacamole like night club bottle service.
The Infatuation loves wine. We drink more than we probably should, and actually have a really solid handle on what's what, and (more importantly) what we like. But when ordering a bottle of wine make…
This whole farm to table thing has gone too far. We’re putting our foot down on Bell Book & Candles’s urban “aeroponic roof-top” to table. The streets of NYC may glisten with fresh urine, but when it…
This Dos Caminos is a microcosm of everything that’s wrong with the Meatpacking District.