Restaurants in New York

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Jim Lahey ushered in a bread revolution when he opened Sullivan Street Bakery in 1994. Stop in to pick up a crusty, rustic loaf, or take a seat and... Read More

What It’s Like: Celeb hotelier Andre Balazs changed sleepy Shelter Island in the 1990’s when he converted a 60’s motel into a chic... Read More

Whether you're just looking for a burger or in the mood for something more complicated (charred baby octopus with cannellini beans and anchovy... Read More

Brooks Headley, the James Beard award–winning Del Posto pastry chef, has reinvented the veggie burger. His mind-bogglingly good iteration of an often... Read More

Tired of watching customers slathering soy sauce on his sushi, thereby destroying the delicate interplay of flavors, chef Masatoshi “Gari”... Read More

Sushi Seki is a comfortable, no-frills restaurant in the upper East Side, with green-tea colored walls and a plain wooden sushi bar. In lieu of a... Read More

This off-the-radar Upper West Side restaurant serves some of the best Japanese food in the city. Serious sushi lovers should head straight to the sushi... Read More

Inspired by his childhood spent in a small Japanese fishing village, renowned chef Naomichi Yasuda trained for more than two decades in Tokyo and... Read More

Sample the award-winning wine list and French country cuisine, made with organic produce from the restaurant's garden. Read More

Sue Taylor runs this sweet breakfast spot. Read More

Everyone goes to Swoon, to the point where it’s impossible to imagine the town without its pressed-tin ceilings and tattooed and eyebrow-pierced... Read More

In the heart of the Victorian-flavored neighborhood of Ditmas Park in central Brooklyn, this tiny, wood-beamed flower shop/bar attracts prosperous... Read More

This no-frills Chinese restaurant breaks from the Cantonese fare usually on offer with a menu of Sichuan cuisine: spicy, tangy, tongue-numbing dishes... Read More

Part restaurant, part lounge, and part event space, Taj II serves American-Indian fusion cuisine in a stylish, two-story building located in the... Read More

The consistent freshness of the fish is what keeps this East Village restaurant afloat in a city full of sushi options. While the unassuming storefront... Read More

Despite its nondescript façade and modest interior—furnished with tile floors, small tables, and colorful paintings—this casual... Read More

Forced to move to a larger space in Bay Ridge to accommodate its growing popularity, this Mediterranean-style Middle Eastern restaurant run by Rawia... Read More

Abbruzzese restaurateur Luca di Pietro opened Tarallucci e Vino hoping to bring Italy's quintessential cafe culture to New York City. This spot prides... Read More

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