Pierre's is the perfect Hamptons microcosm: wicker bar stools, white linens, retro-chic pressed-tin ceilings, a well-heeled but dressed-down crowd, and a hint...more
Frankie Falcinelli and Frankie Castronovo, owners of Frankies 457 Spuntino, expanded their Court Street empire in March 2009 by opening Prime Meats a few doors...more
Resist the urge to call it adorable. Yes, this East Village place is tiny and homey, and yes, the staff is almost all female, but chef Gabrielle Hamilton turns...more
Until Quality Meats opened in 2006, the New York steak house as a classic manly institution hadn't changed a lick in more than a century. But this youthful...more
For a relaxed dinner at a French bistro, head to the Red/Bar Brasserie early on a weeknightin the off-season. Between June and September, Red/Bar's...more
Cheers were heard throughout Brooklyn Heights when the River Deli opened in May 2010 (yes, it's by the river; no, it's not a deli). Sure, there are dozens of...more
Southampton is the most self-consciously dressed-up of the Hamptons, so it makes sense that Main Street would be the spot for an outpost of this Manhattan...more
Scarpetta is an unusual addition to Manhattan's Meatpacking District, home to too many overhyped, overdone, overrun velvet rope restaurants. At this inviting...more
So beloved is Danny Meyer's pedestrian-powered New York version of a '50s drive-in that its website displays live feeds from a Shack-cam that lets you track the...more
When chef April Bloomfield (an alum of London's River Café) opened this happening West Village boîte in 2004 with Mario Batali as a backer, New...more
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