Don't worry if you get a little lost trying to find this Japanese restaurant. The door blends right into the building's exterior wood paneling, and there's no...more
In restaurants, second acts are generally no match for the original. But Yerba Buena Perry in the West Village, younger sibling of the Lower East Side version,...more
On summer evenings, this Shelter Island favorite, housed in a white-shingled ranch with flower-filled window boxes, quickly fills up with a beach-chic crowd...more
In 2005, chef Saul Bolton's restaurant, Saul, was one of the first two in the borough to earn a Michelin star (along with Peter Luger). Bolton's follow-up, the...more
Although it arguably still serves up the best house-smoked meats in the Hamptons, Turtle Crossing isn't the humble barbecue joint it used to be. The...more
Under head chef Hemant Mathur, Devi became the first Indian spot in New York City to earn a Michelin star, in 2007. But the restaurant still struggled, and in...more
If minimalist architect Richard Meier designed a BBQ joint, then Townline BBQ might be the outcome. A boar's head over the fireplace and a pool table are the...more
On a pretty, tree-lined stretch of the West Village, this cafe is loved as much for its B.Y.O.B. policy as its easy-on-the-wallet Americanized French bistro...more
A quirky addition to the newly resurgent West Village restaurant scene, Takashi serves a peculiar hybrid: Korean barbecue filtered through a Japanese lens....more
New Yorkers love their Szechuan, and Szechuan Gourmet's midtown branch (an offshoot of a hole-in-the-wall in Queens) may be the most constantly packed of the...more
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