21 "Wasting Your Time and Money" restaurants in New York.
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 ...
Brindle Room exemplifies amateur hour. Inedible food, sad decor, and the dishes took eons to reach our plates.
The food at Tartinery isn’t nearly good enough to make you look past the fact that it’s just some dude’s idea of a girl’s ideal restaurant.
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.
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.
This Dos Caminos is a microcosm of everything that’s wrong with the Meatpacking District.
Everything at El Camion is dreadfully average at best. If you’re going to open a new Mexican joint in the East Village these days, you best bring your A-Game.
The food and service at Ramen Yebisu fail so miserably that, despite being in the heart of Williamsburg, it remains consistently empty.
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 ma...
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.
Don’t Waste Your Time and Money here, unless of course your crew of frat bros are in town to watch the big game and you need to properly let the dawgs out without being judged.
Known more for it's mobster history than actually having good steaks. We don't know about you, but we'll skip the gangster back story and eat somewhere that doesn't make us angry.
Avenida Cantina is quite possibly the worst Tex-Mex we've ever encountered. And one of us is from Texas.
Olio Pizza e Piu managed to get one of the worst Infatuation ratings ever. Each pizza we ordered was a mess of rubbery cheese and crust – heavy, sloppy and unappetizing.