America's Coolest New Diners

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Darcy Strobel

The latest coast-to-coast restaurant trend has chefs reimagining America’s first fast-food restaurant: the diner.

Café de La Esquina at Wythe Diner, Brooklyn, NY

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The team behind SoHo’s La Esquina—the cult-favorite taqueria and underground tequila bar in an old corner deli—launched its latest hot spot within a formerly defunct Williamsburg diner. Original vinyl-topped bar stools and leather banquettes date back to the 1950s, while the upscale Mexican street food (like scallops with coconut horchata and fried almonds, or Mexican truffle quesadillas with Oaxacan queso and roasted corn) bring the setting up to date.

Don’t Miss: Tacos, tortas, and house-made cocktails like the blood-orange margarita in the outdoor garden.

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America's Coolest New Diners

Café de La Esquina at Wythe Diner, Brooklyn, NY

The team behind SoHo’s La Esquina—the cult-favorite taqueria and underground tequila bar in an old corner deli—launched its latest hot spot within a formerly defunct Williamsburg diner. Original vinyl-topped bar stools and leather banquettes date back to the 1950s, while the upscale Mexican street food (like scallops with coconut horchata and fried almonds, or Mexican truffle quesadillas with Oaxacan queso and roasted corn) bring the setting up to date.

Don’t Miss: Tacos, tortas, and house-made cocktails like the blood-orange margarita in the outdoor garden.

esquinabk.com

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