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Cyril's Fish House, Amagansett, New York

Timing is everything at this Caribbean-style seafood shack. At lunchtime, families sit under umbrellas, taking plastic flatware to citrus-accented broiled bass...more

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Daniel, New York City, New York

Why go to Daniel? Because you owe it to yourself to experience the real thing at least once. French haute-cuisine restaurants are vanishing from New York, but...more

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DBGB, New York City, New York

Daniel Boulud is best known for his haute cuisine palace, Daniel, on the Upper East Side, but the French chef pretty much invented the high-end burger when he...more

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Dim Sum Go Go, New York City, New York

Chinatown's most playfully modern dim sum parlor offers the traditional Chinese brunch from morning till night. The red and white facade may scream fast-food...more

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Double Crown, New York City, New York

As much of a draw for the scene as for the food, Double Crown is a restaurant homage to the British Empire in Asia and a sprawling follow-up to Public and...more

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Dovetail, New York City, New York

Beyond bagels and lox, the Upper West Side has long been one of New York's least exciting food neighborhoods. Though a few high-end restaurants have survived...more

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Dressler, Brooklyn, New York

This New American standout in South Williamsburg undoubtedly raised a few eyebrows when it set up shop across the street from hallowed Peter Luger in 2006. But...more

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Dumpling House, New York City, New York

Hardly a restaurant, this sliver of space in the part of Chinatown that bleeds into the Lower East Side makes and sells fabulous dumplings. These little parcels...more

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Eataly, New York City, New York

This 42,500-square-foot food and drink complex—part grocery store, part high-end food court—is an Italophile's fever dream. Inspired by the original...more

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El Quinto Pino, New York City, New York

El Quinto Pino may be New York's most authentic tapas bar, as frenetic and cramped as the best spots in Madrid. An offshoot of the larger Tía Pol, this...more

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