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Zenkichi, Brooklyn, New York

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

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Yerba Buena Perry, New York City , New York

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

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Vine Street Café, Shelter Island, New York

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

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The Vanderbilt, Brooklyn, New York

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

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Turtle Crossing, East Hampton, New York

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

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Tulsi, New York City, New York

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

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Townline BBQ, Sagaponack, New York

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

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Tartine, New York City, New York

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

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Takashi, New York City, New York

A quirky addition to the newly resurgent West Village restaurant scene, Takashi serves a peculiar hybrid: Korean barbecue filtered through a Japanese lens....more

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Szechuan Gourmet, New York City, New York

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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