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Inoteca, New York City, New York

First there was 'ino, a tiny, charming West Village panini bar (21 Bedford St.; 212-989-5769; www.cafeino.com). Then there was 'inoteca, a newer, larger,...more

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Islands, Brooklyn, New York

You might think you've wandered into someone's kitchen by accident at this Caribbean hideaway across from the Brooklyn Museum—the exposed oven, narrow...more

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Jean Georges, New York City, New York

Open since 1997, Jean-Georges Vongerichten's signature restaurant on Columbus Circle remains one of the world's greatest, despite the fact that the jet-setting...more

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Jewel Bako, New York City, New York

Gorgeous sushi, superb sake, and impeccable service keep drawing diners to this pricey-but-worth-it bamboo-lined tunnel. It's owned by entrepreneurial cute...more

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John Dory Oyster Bar, New York City

April Bloomfield has a strict no-condiments policy when it comes to burgers. In fact, she's quite specific about many things, from the dress code for her...more

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Joseph Leonard, New York City, New York

From Times Square to Wall Street bonuses (again), it's easy to get the impression that in New York, bigger is inescapably better. But I've always believed that...more

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Katz's Delicatessen, New York City, New York

Sure, it's tacky, noisy, and rushed. Sure, the Formica is worn, the service gruff, and the sandwiches way too big. But New York wouldn't be New York without...more

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Kin Shop, New York City

Mario Batali skips across continents in pursuit of the perfect prosciutto, but this year the restaurant that most impressed him was close to home. "Harold...more

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La Esquina, New York City, New York

La Esquina is not a single restaurant but an entire Mexican food complex anchored by a grungy corner taqueria serving fine dirt-cheap soft tacos (grilled pork...more

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Le Bernardin, New York City, New York

How do you stay on top for more than ten years? Ask Le Bernardin chef Eric Ripert, a technician with the heart of an artist. Months after Gilbert Le Coze opened...more

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