Where to Eat Before or After a Concert at Terminal 5

Ben Jay 20 comments

Terminal 5 has some great music, but its location on 11th Avenue and 56th Street, seemingly closer to New Jersey than the rest of Manhattan, means plenty of aggravation when looking for a decent bite nearby. But there are some good places to eat in the area; here's where you should go. More

Where Do the Locals Go for Soul Food in Harlem?

Michelle No 15 comments

To find soul food in New York you need look no further than Harlem, which claims more fried chicken and mac and cheese per capita than anywhere else in the city. We talked with locals around the neghborhood to see where they get their fix. More

The Best Lunch Spots in Hell's Kitchen

Lily Chin 9 comments

What are the best spots in Hell's Kitchen for an affordable lunch? Our favorites from deli sandwiches to authentic Isan Thai, right this way. More

The Best Affordable Lunches in Midtown East

Rabi Abonour 2 comments

If you're tired of the same sad delis and fast food chains in Midtown East, we have you covered with the neighborhood's best, most reliable fast and cheap lunches, from deli sandwiches to falafel to Indian street food. More

Inside the Wonderful Restaurant Stuck in a Tiny Coffee Shop

Craig Cavallo 6 comments

By day, Box Kite is a tiny cafe like many others in the East Village. But by night it turns into a remarkable restaurant serving surprisingly delicious and upscale food for such a small space. More

The Best Dishes to Order at the Cleveland

Max Falkowitz 11 comments

When the Cleveland opened in Cleveland Place in Soho last year, it didn't set out to reinvent the wheel. Its latest chef, Max Sussman, keeps that mission intact, but with some exciting ambitions. That means there's trout roe in your cabbage salad and a whole eggplant as a main course. Those and more must-order dishes after the jump. More

Om is an Upper East Side Indian Standout

The Vegetarian Option Lauren Rothman 1 comment

When you're dining meat-free, Indian restaurants are usually a good bet; even those not devoted to southern Indian cuisine have plenty of vegetarian options to offer. Om on the Upper East Side is a neighborhood standout for just that kind of eating. More

What's With the Gas Mask? Time to Grind the Horseradish

Behind the Scenes Ben Jay 19 comments

With Passover is less than two weeks away, New York's Jewish population is getting ready to plan another year of seder plates. For The Pickle Guys, that means one thing: horseradish, the meal's all-important reminder of the bitterness of slavery, ground fresh in public view at their Lower East Side storefront. More

Shane Lyons of Distilled Shares His Favorite Lower East Side Restaurants

Neighborhood Guides Bao Ong 7 comments

In the brief time that Shane Lyons, the chef at Distilled, has worked and lived in the Lower East Side, he's noticed that "99 Cent stores are now French restaurants." But the neighborhood's history and diversity are enough to keep him around and trying new places to eat. Here are his favorites. More

And Now, a Frozen Yogurt Made With Liquid Nitrogen

Sugar Rush Niko Triantafillou 9 comments

How do you sell frozen yogurt when you don't have an ice cream maker? Easy—use liquid nitrogen. More

Financial District Deli Pisillo Keeps Going Strong

A Sandwich a Day Rabi Abonour 3 comments

Pisillo Italian Panini is a Financial District deli we already know do huge, tasty sandwiches. The Roma, with porchetta, mozzeralla, and show-stealing pickled peppers, keeps the deli's winning streak going. More

East Village's North River Does Brisket Burgers and Lamb Hash for Brunch

The Brunch Dish Nicole Lam 3 comments

Weekend brunches should be stress-free, but crowded old standbys can be anything but. North River, the new kid on the East Village block, offers a calmer respite. Chef Adam Starowicz, a Momofuku Ko alum, has a brunch menu that's seasonal and crowd-pleasing. More

William Greenberg Desserts Launches Gluten-Free Sweets

Sugar Rush Niko Triantafillou 1 comment

Upper East Side institution William Greenberg Desserts, which sells a wide variety of gluten-rich bread, pastry and baked goods, quietly launched a gluten-free line last year, and it has some solid offerings. More

Big Flavors in Unlikely Places at Rosette

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Chinatown's pulse beats fastest at Canal and Bowery, where the Manhattan Bridge spills traffic onto the island and, nearby, the diesel engines of buses idle. Few people consider the eastern reaches of the neighborhood, between the Manhattan and Williamsburg bridges, as a dining destination. But that's where Rosette opened at the end of January. More

Epic Wait at Il Buco Alimentari? Where to Eat Instead

Max Falkowitz 6 comments

All good things come at a price, and for Il Buco Alimenti e Vineria, that means potential for a long wait at dinner. Where should you go if you can't wait out your meal? The neighborhood is full of Italian alternatives. More

Amélie Has Veg-Friendly Small Plates and a Killer Happy Hour

The Vegetarian Option Lauren Rothman 5 comments

The first thing to know about Amelie, a French-style wine bar in the West Village, is its happy hour. But there's good food to follow. More

Blue Ribbon Gets Into Fried Chicken Sandwiches

A Sandwich a Day Rabi Abonour 6 comments

The Blue Ribbon from Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken is the restaurant's first foray into the world of fried chicken sandwiches. With a good crust and spicy peppers, it certainly has something to offer. More

Sugar Sweet Sunshine's Coffee Cake is Your Perfect Lower East Side Snack

Sugar Rush Max Falkowitz Post a comment

Growing up, I always thought coffee cake was named as such because you needed a swig of milky coffee to choke its dry crumbs down. Had I tried Sugar Sweet Sunshine's version earlier, perhaps I would have thought otherwise. More

Go for Lunch at Hi-Collar, the East Village's Japanese Coffee and Sake Bar

Nicole Lam 10 comments

A cafe by day and a sake bar by night, Hi-Collar brings two highlights of Japanese cuisine under one roof. But the lunch menu is worth a visit all its own. More

In the Halls of Chinatown's Faux Meat Marketplace

Rabi Abonour 6 comments

Looking for a "fried egg" made of soy protein with a cheese powder yolk? A whole "lobster" made of yam flour? Vegan "beef stew," wrapped in plastic and ready to eat? Whatever meat substitute you need, you can probably find it here. More

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