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This Williamsburg quartet bring food, wine and excellent tunes. No conquest, war, famine or death. Or sulphites.
Read more: The Four Horsemen
The one place Downtown where it’s fine to lay off the kale charade and admit you want a piece of meat.
Read more: Bowery Meat Company
If Mexican is the new, um, Peruvian, then Enrique Olvera’s sleek Flatiron District eatery is the perfect showcase.
Read more: Cosme
From the food to the service to the ambience, considered by many to be the best restaurant in New York City and with three stars to back up the claims.
Read more: Per Se
Fried chicken on the LES but, unlike the colonel’s stuff, this Korean-meets-Southern soul food really is finger-lickin’ good.
Read more: Seoul Chicken
It’s the flagship restaurant of The Standard East Village and it’s actually more apt for food than scene lovers.
Read more: Narcissa
Easy boys, the name of this cosy and intimate West Village gem refers to bivalves.
Read more: The Clam
Not the most happening, fun or authentic but Danny Bowien’s Lower East Side Mexican is the hippest.
Read more: Mission Cantina
A food court alright, but this Hell’s Kitchen foodie mart isn’t of the hellish, suburban mall variant.
Read more: Gotham West Market
Pan-Asian cuisine and a sceney Sex & The City throwback vibe beneath The Maritime Hotel in Chelsea.
Read more: TAO Downtown
No gun depot, this Nolita winner is for experiencing Kiwi chef Matt Lambert when he goes freestyle.
Read more: The Musket Room
Delicious Korean-inspired gourmet Italian from Chris Cipollone at this date-worthy West Village newcomer.
Read more: Piora
Local fare & classics
In the East Village, it’s finger lickin’ good in ways that the Coronel can only dream of.
Read more: Bromberg Bros Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken
Spanish tapas or creative pan-Mediterranean? Either at Jesús Nuñez’ West Village double.
Read more: Melibea & Barraca NYC
Cool Nordic-inspired cuisine from a hot chef – Daniel Burns serves up culinary luxury in Greenpoint.
Read more: Luksus
Andrew Carmellini goes French at this all-day brasserie, café and bakery in NoHo.
Read more: Lafayette Grand Café & Bakery
Wine, dine and party your way from Midtown East down to SoHo as one of the world’s most important furniture fairs hits town.
If your idea of paying tribute to the Declaration of Independence involves dancing with half naked men and a boatload of trannies, then head straight to the Pines.
High tops and sandy bottoms. Fire Island’s all-nighter sunset-to-sunrise party takes place on the beach.
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