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9.5

Le Bernardin

Hannah Albertine
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9.4

Thai Diner

Hannah Albertine
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9.3
Matt Tervooren
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9.2
Hannah Albertine
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9.2
Hannah Albertine
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NYC Review

Kjun

This counter-service spot in Murray Hill serves inventive Korean-Cajun dishes like gochujang-marinated fried chicken and gumbo with a side of okra kimchi.

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NYC Review

Interboro Spirits & Ales

At this brewery and distillery in East Williamsburg, you can catch some live music and hang out in a cozy white-brick taproom.

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NYC Review

ICONYC

Come to this brewery in Long Island City to drink a good lager at an outdoor picnic table under a glowing ceiling of string lights.

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NYC Review

SingleCut Beersmiths

SingleCut isn't just a great brewery. It's also a nice place to catch some live music or play a game while you enjoy a chocolate milk stout.

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NYC Review

Wild East Brewing Co.

At this Gowanus brewery, you can drink a rye saison while you play a board game and eat some pizza that you picked up on the way over.

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NYC Review

The Bronx Brewery

If you want to drink outside with a group of friends and maybe hear some live music, head to this fun brewery in Port Morris.

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NYC Review

Koloman

This Nomad restaurant serves decadent, inventive Viennese food with a French twist. Come hungry, and order at least two things from every section of the menu.

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NYC Review

Chrissy's Pizza

Some of the best pizza in Brooklyn is currently being made in an “off-brand home oven” in Bushwick. To get it, you’ll need to DM Chrissy's Pizza on Instagram.

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7.7

NYC Review

Jerk House

At this counter-service Caribbean spot in Harlem, something with jerk sauce on it should be your go-to order.

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7.8

NYC Review

Indian Summer

Indian Summer is a restaurant in Harlem with sizzling tandoori platters and one of the best plates of duck in the neighborhood.

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NYC Review

Safari

Safari is one of the only Somali restaurants in Manhattan. You'll be happy with anything you order, but the goat is extra special.

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7.7

NYC Review

Mo's Burgers

Open since the '90s, Mo's Burgers is a Harlem food truck where you can get a burger for $2.50 and a fantastic lemonade to go along with it.

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NYC Review

Keys & Heels

Keys & Heels is a speakeasy disguised as a locksmith and shoe repair shop. It's never uncomfortably crowded, and it's one of the best options for cocktails on the Upper East Side.

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NYC Review

Vegan Hood

Vegan Hood is a Harlem vegan restaurant that nails comfort food classics like fried chicken, mac and cheese, and oxtails.

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8.0

NYC Review

Zero Otto Nove

Zero Otto Nove is the go-to Italian spot on Arthur Avenue, and it works well for almost any situation.

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8.0

NYC Review

SoleLuna

SoleLuna is a sun-soaked Italian restaurant in Sunnyside where the best plates are the dinner specials.

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7.9

NYC Review

Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill

This outpost of Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill in FiDi is a dependable place for good sushi and steaks.

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7.5

NYC Review

Farida

Farida is a Central Asian halal restaurant in FiDi with an ornate room and great umka pies and shashlyk.

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7.5

NYC Review

Old Xi'an Delicacy

Old Xi'an Delicacy serves Northwestern Chinese food in FiDi. Prioritize the cold noodles with tofu skin or anything with cumin lamb.

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7.6

NYC Review

Lil Chef Mama

Lil Chef Mama should be your first choice for a Thai meal in FiDi. Be sure to focus on their house specials.