Restaurants in New York

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This Westchester institution has, since it opened in 1919, done things differently. The main (and only) attraction is the dogs—a hybrid of beef,... Read More

Occupying a former bodega in Lower Manhattan, WD~50 is acclaimed chef Wylie Dufresne's first venture where he is both the owner and chef. Designed by... Read More

As you enter Wo Hop on Mott Street in Chinatown, two things catch your eye: the red staircase leading down through the sidewalk to the basement... Read More

Tiny, cramped, and lively, this subterranean East Village eatery serves affordable Japanese fare in a no-frills dining room. Inside, the space contains... Read More

"It's a temple of chicken in midtown Manhattan, the real deal and a long-time chefs' favorite. Head up the stairs and give them your name and telephone... Read More

One of just a handful of restaurants in Queens to receive a Michelin star, Zabb Elee serves some of the city's best Isan Thai food, the bold, spicy... Read More

A husband-and-wife team transformed an old carriage house into a new cafe by moving their Midtown East flower shop around a corner. Inside this small... Read More

Just west of Williamsburg’s main hipster drag of Bedford Avenue, this L-shaped bar and music venue blends left-bank Parisian and New York Bohemian... Read More

It's easy to walk past this unmarked Japanese brasserie without noticing it, but go for dinner and you won't regret it. Inspired by Tokyo's discreet... Read More

This Midtown New York City espresso bar, owned by Swede Anastasio Nougos, serves Danesi coffee that is reminiscent of the best European incarnations of... Read More

Stop in for a latte and panini and conversation with locals. The restaurant is named for Zuzu in It’s a Wonderful Life. Read More

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