Restaurants in New York

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Inside the marvelous German and Austrian art museum that is the Neue Galerie lies Café Sabarasky, an elegant, albeit slightly under-the-radar spot for... Read More

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New York’s Calexico, founded by three brothers from California, has managed to set itself apart from the street-food pack with its authentic,... Read More

What started out as a small health food store and juice bar has grown into one of the city’s most popular vegan restaurants. Opened in 1984 on... Read More

Billed as the “soufflé sanctuary,” this classic French bistro is housed in TriBeCa’s 1891 Fleming Smith Warehouse, a tall... Read More

Caracas, located in the East Village, is an authentic Venezuelan eatery specializing in the arepa, a Venezuelan muffin made of corn flour and stuffed... Read More

Acclaimed chef Mario Carbone's namesake restaurant is an ode to old school red sauce Italian joints. Here he elevates the experience with top notch food... Read More

This little tapas joint by Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich celebrates Spain's Costa Brava in all its culinary glory. The inviting space features a... Read More

This Hell's Kitchen wine bar takes cheese tasting very seriously. Forty cheeses are offered on a daily, ever-changing menu, each one served paired with... Read More

Inspired by New Orleans, Catfish serves up Cajun dishes like jambalaya and crawfish etouffée accompanied by a wide selection of beers and whiskeys (not... Read More

Even though only a laminated piece of paper on the door denotes this tiny dinner-only Italian spot, lines start to form early. The draw: generous pours... Read More

Located in the heart of Little Italy, Cha Cha’s Café authentic Old World cuisine has been sampled by stars such as Danny De Vito, Tommy... Read More

With fun, kitschy, Americana décor and a comfort-food-only menu, Chat n’ Chew is just the spot when you’ve got a craving for Mom... Read More

Start your night with dinner at this pint-sized Mexican nook, with welcoming waitresses and colorfully painted walls. Try the tilapia baked in banana... Read More

This three-Michelin-starred restaurant is hard to find: it's a chef's counter hidden inside a supermarket. But those who make the trip are rewarded with... Read More

This Theater District classic was founded by the late son of dancer/singer/actress Josephine Baker. There's live piano music every night during dinner,... Read More

This loud and dark stylized place with its ornate cocktails, Rat Pack-style red leather booths, and electronica soundtrack might look like yet another... Read More

Legend has it that ice cream was invented in China about 1500 years ago, so it makes sense that one of Chinatown’s oldest businesses is the... Read More

A Union Jack is displayed with stately pride in the front window of this traditional British restaurant, located along Park Slope's busy Fifth Avenue.... Read More

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