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S'Mac

S'Mac

S arita’s Macaroni N Cheese does one thing, and does it well. The store is small inside (they also deliver) but this is the best thing you will eat out of a cast iron skillet. Choose from one of their recommended “macs” or build... Read More

Rickshaw Dumpling Bar

Rickshaw Dumpling Bar

Pouches filled with chicken and Thai basil, pork and chives, or shrimp and wasabi come six or nine to a box at this shrine to dumplings. The portions are ideally sized for you to have room for dessert, which might be black sesame-crusted... Read More

Republic

Republic

This pan-Asian noodle house’s large, open space with wooden benches and muted décor is an anomaly in a city known for tight quarters. Start off with a green papaya-mango salad, and then choose from noodle dishes including pad thai and... Read More

Per Se

Per Se

One of the most prestigious spots in New York, this upscale restaurant offers two new nine-course tasting menus to choose from every day, accompanied by an astonishing array of wines. Make a reservation well in advance, and you’ll... Read More

Otto Enoteca Pizzeria

Otto Enoteca Pizzeria

Weave past the NYU community into Mario Batali’s bustling Italian restaurant, which manages to be both upscale and homey. The thin-crust pizza is superb, the wine is copious for a decent price, and the affogato (a shot of dark,... Read More

Nam Son

Nam Son

After eating a bowl of pho, request a glass from the case by the register: they are filled with filled with beans, chopped peanuts and jellied fruit, to which the server will add coconut milk and ice to make che ba mao, a Vietnamese... Read More

Momofuku Noodle Bar

Momofuku Noodle Bar

Dig in to a spicy ramen noodle bowl or savour a couple of steamed pork buns at David Chang’s East Village staple, open until 2am. Afterwards, hop across to 2nd Avenue for treats at Momofuku’s Milk Bar, where the blueberry... Read More

The Meatball Shop

The Meatball Shop

Chef Daniel Holzman and co-owner Michael Chernow are the dynamic duo of meatballs at this quirky shop in the Lower East Side. Mark up a laminated menu with your order, choosing between chicken, pork, beef or veggie balls, all made... Read More

Madiba

Madiba

Nestled in the neighbourhood of Fort Greene, Madiba draws a lively crowd as one of the only South African restaurants in the city. Try authentic fare such as the Mozambique-style sautéed prawns with peri-peri sauce, ostrich carpaccio,... Read More

Kitchenette

Kitchenette

This cute Upper West Side bakery/restaurant is always packed on the weekends, but it’s worth the wait for breakfast and brunch specialties like brioche French toast and gingerbread pancakes. Try their new milkshake menu, for an extra... Read More

Grimaldi's Pizzeria

Grimaldi's Pizzeria

Walk down this street on a Friday evening, and you’ll think you’ve stumbled across a hot nightclub-mob of New Yorkers lining the block. They’re all waiting for a slice of what Zagat called “New York’s Best Pizza”, made with... Read More

Del Frisco's

Del Frisco's

Featuring aged steaks, Australian lobster and an extensive (1,650-plus) wine list, this contemporary chophouse offers stunning views of Radio City Music Hall and Avenue of the Americas. $$$  Read More

Daniel

Daniel

One of the most prestigious restaurants in Manhattan, Daniel Boulud’s self-titled eatery serves seasonal haute cuisine in sumptuous surroundings. Reservations are highly recommended and smart dress is required. $$$  Read More

Crif Dogs

Crif Dogs

Crif’s delicious dogs – including the Spicy Redneck, wrapped in bacon, chili, coleslaw and jalapeños – nourish mid-bar-crawl partiers on its rowdy East Village street. Keep an eye on that phone booth: there’s a speakeasy on... Read More

Cafe Habana

Cafe Habana

This family-run café is tiny, but people line up around the block to enjoy its Cuban and Mexican cuisine. Enjoy dishes like grilled Mexican-style corn, sopesitos and Cuban sandwiches with roasted pork. Wash everything down with a cold... Read More

Bubby's Pie Co

Bubby's Pie Co

One of Tribeca’s most popular restaurants, and a certain winner for comfort food and family dining. Bubby’s excels at simple, upscale fare, such as meatloaf and gravy, macaroni and cheese and, of course, flaky, gooey, delicious pies. $$ Read More

Blue Smoke

Blue Smoke

T his eatery serves a selection of delicious pit barbecue that will satisfy the heftiest appetite. The big, juicy, sauce-slathered Kansas City spare ribs will do the trick. And check out the Jazz Standard downstairs to enjoy Blue... Read More

Bark

Bark

All of the hot dogs – from the classic roasted dog to one topped with oak barrel-aged sauerkraut and mustard – at this communal-tabled eatery are buttery and perfectly smoky, delivering an audible crunch when your teeth break the... Read More

Aurora Brooklyn

Aurora Brooklyn

Down the road a bit from the hotspots on Bedford Avenue, Aurora serves up an ever-evolving menu of regional Italian cuisine made from fresh, seasonal ingredients. Add some zing to your usual fare with hand-cut pasta livened up by a... Read More

Alices' Tea Cup (Chapter II)

Alices' Tea Cup (Chapter II)

You’ll feel like you’ve fallen down the rabbit hole at this charming shop with bright wallpaper and comfy couches. It’s a great place to chat with friends over homemade pastries and a piping-hot cup of tea. $$ Read More


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