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Greenpoint's new craft beer bar Torst draws beerheads from all over the city to sample some of the rarest and tastiest beers around
P.F. Ch-Ching’s? You have to wonder a bit about a self-proclaimed haute Chinese food ‘chain’ that serves a ‘lucky’ $888 entrée.
New Yorkers crave the sounds of crashing blue waves, clinking glasses of chilled rosé, bleating overfed seagulls, bronzed children playing in the sand… ok, maybe no enfants terribles, but pinstriped beach cabanas with cocktail service?
If you don’t know who Marcus Samuelsson is at this point, you might be living under a giant chef-hat-shaped rock.
“Opulence – I has it”. Your favorite blingey Russian oligarch Gregor knows how to flaunt his digs, as does Andrey Dellos, proprietor of midtown newie Brasserie Pushkin.
People are like water, we can see right through them, but sometimes water can be dirty, that's why we have filters, in Rich's case, it's obvious his passion for food and living is like a immaculately cleansed glass of water
Buddakan New York Restaurant is well-hidden form the outside if not known but once found is never forgotten, Buddakan is an Asian, South East Chinese cuisine, everything on the menu sounded wonderful
Wait a sec – interior designers and architects that run restaurants? Yep. They’re their own client. It’s like Firestone buying rubber plantations, or Starbucks buying up coffee fields.
Could this be a prototype destination designed not for locals, but for out-of-town trendoids looking to experience the Williamsburg story they’ve been reading about in the airline magazines over the past couple of years?
Food Network’s new docu-reality series, Chef Hunter on features celebrity chef Recruiter, Carrie McCully. Carrie places new chefs at Michelin star restaurants around the country.
You never know what gems can be found around the corner on any block in Manhattan. On a warm fall night walking from the subway, we turned onto Lexington Avenue and found Marcony Ristorante
When walking down Madison Avenue between 65th and 66th Streets, you can’t miss Bar Italia. The restaurant is sparkling white from floor to ceiling, with bright red accents. Passersby are sure to be drawn in by the diners enjoying themselves inside
The idea was to get people down into the Fourth Street area and into small local businesses that they might not have experienced before, by enticing each restaurant to serve a small bite to passing ticket-holders.
On a rainy autumn day we entered Orsay Brasserie to a warm "Bonjour" from one of the owners. In true French tradition, the proprietor was at the front door welcoming his friends and guests to his restaurant to ensure their comfort and pleasure
As you can imagine, the biggest challenge was keeping the momentum and moving along to other tasting experiences without overindulging in any one thing, especially the wines and spirits (hiccup).
Pera is to be savored for its architectural qualities, comfortable ambiance and excellent food. Pera stands out in the restaurant competition in NYC by offering a new taste along with a traditional menu, plus the allure of “Boundless BBQ,”
The delivery didn’t match the hype, but maybe that’s something you don’t really care about?
As I entered luminous and aromatic Empire Steak House, I was warmly greeted by both the host and the owner of Empire Steak House, Jeff Sinanaj
Stop right there. Just because you don’t have a car in the city doesn’t mean you can’t access this killer restaurant.
Veni, vini, vici – we came, we wined, we… wined some more.
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