Chotto Matte specializes in Nikkei cuisine and is a great spot for brunch in the Financial District.
Julia EskinsOctober 31, 2022
Canoe is on the 54th floor of a building in the Financial District, and the view and food are worth the elevator ride.
Edulis serves a daily-changing tasting menu in a home in Niagara and it feels more like attending a dinner party than going to a restaurant.
It's hard to snag a reservation at Quetzal in Niagara, but the Mexican food is worth the effort.
Byblos is a Mediterranean restaurant in the Entertainment District that's perfect for a group dinner on a cold night.
You need to order the Four Foot Belt Noodle at Mimi Chinese in Yorkville.
Head to Osteria Giulia in Yorkville for life-changing foccacia.
You'll find some of the city's craziest - and most expensive - cocktails at Barchef in Queen West.
Katie DiamondJuly 8, 2019
The Aburi-style sushi at Miku prominently features a blowtorch and is some of the best fish you'll eat.
Serving a tasting menu on the third floor of a building off Queen West, Alo is one of the best restaurant experiences in the whole city.
Julia Eskins & Team InfatuationJuly 8, 2019
Dinner at this spot in the Four Seasons are not going to be cheap, but eating pizza and pasta at Buca is one of the best ways to celebrate something.
A spot at the ten-seat sushi bar at Yasu in Harbord Village will require $185, but it's one of the best special occasion places.