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Monte's: Classic Italian in Greenwich Village

(December 03, 2015) - Washington Square might be the only Greenwich Village landmark older than Monte’s, a traditional Italian trattoria on MacDougal Street. This quintessential village walk-down spot has been around for 92 years. (read the story...)

Villa Mosconi Dining Review

(September 11, 2015) - A restaurant that withstands the test of time for three decades, especially in a restaurant hot spot like the Village, has to have a lot going for it, and Villa Mosconi does. (read the story...)

The Marshal - NYC's Farm-to-Table Favorite

(January 16, 2015) - Good things come in small packages at The Marshal restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen; it’s the kind of authentic, distinctive little spot nearly every tourist wants to experience. (read the story...)

Kristalbelli - Koreatown's Home for Barbecue

(August 27, 2014) - Let’s not mince words: NYC's Kristalbelli is the most outstanding Korean restaurant I’ve ever been to. (read the story...)

Bateaux New York - High-Class Dining With the Best Views in NYC

(July 29, 2014) - Much like a floating, luxurious restaurant, Bateaux glides along the Hudson and East Rivers while its well-dressed passengers dine on customized china and order from a sophisticated menu. (read the story...)

Pera Mediterranean Brasserie - A Turkish Delight

(June 16, 2014) - This Turkish spot near Grand Central breaks the mold. It’s an ethnic destination restaurant with an open kitchen, soft drop lighting, and a wall of wine. (read the story...)

Darbar - NYC's Home to Authentic Indian Cuisine

(April 21, 2014) - From Traditional Indian to Trans-Ethnic Cuisine... Sharp-eyed foodies can look around a restaurant and tell a great deal about it from the mix of diners. They'll like what they see at Darbar. (read the story...)

Korchma Taras Bulba - An Authentic Eastern European Experience in SoHo

(January 14, 2014) - Tired of the same old, same old restaurants? Have I got a place for you: Korchma Taras Bulba, a Ukrainian restaurant on West Broadway in SoHo. (read the story...)

T.G.I. Friday's - High-Spirited Dining in Times Square

(December 30, 2013) - T.G.I Friday’s has opened just off Times Square on 46th Street, offering happy chatter, upbeat music, prominent televisions, a bustling open kitchen, and multi-page, bed-sheet-size menus. (read the story...)

Staghorn Steakhouse - City Dining of the Highest Order

(December 25, 2013) - Not all of New York’s finest steakhouses are in its fanciest neighborhoods, and Staghorn Steakhouse well illustrates the point. It’s a handsome place that delivers smooth, professional service along with its dry aged USDA Prime beef. (read the story...)

Reichenbach Hall - Celebrating Oktoberfest Year Round in Midtown Manhattan

(November 28, 2013) - Gerda Reichenbach was the inspiration for Reichenbach Hall. Yet few if any of the drinkers and eaters at the cavernous, rip-roaring German beer and eating spot on West 37th Street have ever heard of her. (read the story...)

Mr. Robata - Contemporary Japanese Cuisine Stars on Broadway

(September 23, 2013) - The two-year-old Mr. Robata on Broadway in the Theater District offers diners as many or perhaps even more culinary options than any other Japanese restaurant in the City. (read the story...)

Hornblower Cruises & Events - Classic Dining and Beautiful Views

(August 12, 2013) - The 210-foot yacht Hornblower Infinity is a floating restaurant, a destination for dancing and most of all a four-deck platform to view the magnificence of Manhattan. (read the story...)

Angelo’s Pizza Dining Review

(July 11, 2013) - Coal oven pies in the Theatre District. (read the story...)

Elevate - New American Cuisine With a Japanese Twist

(May 23, 2013) - Only in NYC will you find a restaurant serving modern Japanese and New American food in Chinatown. Located in the Wyndham Garden Hotel, it’s relatively uncommon name gives little or no clue as to its identity. (read the story...)

Watch the World Flow by at Cafe Bari Soho

(May 03, 2013) - The people of Soho have been flocking to Cafe Bari Soho for two decades. Even with its prime location on the corner of Broadway and Spring Street, it's their Mediterranean food tilting toward Italy that pulls them in. (read the story...)

Bobby Van’s Grill: Top-Flight Steaks in a High-Energy Atmosphere

(February 27, 2013) - Diners who want a dainty meal in a refined, sedate milieu are not the ones who seek out Bobby Van’s. It’s a rollicking, two-fisted, traditional New York City steakhouse. They specialize in man-sized portions of solid, substantial American favorites. (read the story...)

Breeze Restaurant - Thailand Meets France Near Times Square

(January 14, 2013) - At Breeze, a sophisticated Thai/French fusion restaurant in the Theatre District, the food delights the eye as much as it does the tongue. (read the story...)

Guy's American Kitchen & Bar - Robust Dishes in the Heart of Times Square

(December 28, 2012) - Guy Fieri is an in-your-face kind of dude. So is his new Times Square restaurant: an everyman colossus complete with elevator, deer heads, guitars, Camaro and Corvette Sting Ray logos, and Jack Daniels posters. You get the idea: a huge, rustic, splashy spot that gives off saloon and pub vibes. (read the story...)

Brabant - NYC's Largest Authentic Belgian Brasserie

(August 20, 2012) - There’s a little bit of Belgium on Manhattan's East 53rd Street, and if you’ve ever eaten mussels in Brussels, as I have, its authenticity will make you nostalgic for both that city and Belgium. (read the story...)

PizzArte - A Showcase for Neapolitan Cuisine and Contemporary Art

(July 20, 2012) - There are Italian restaurants and Italian restaurants. Then there is that rarest entry: an Italian-Italian restaurant, one that could well be in Italy. That’s exactly what PizzaArte, an authentic Neapolitan restaurant on West 55th Street, is. (read the story...)

Capizzi Pizzeria & Wine Bar - A Slice of Old Italy in the Theater District

(March 22, 2012) - Turn south after walking along Theater Row on W. 42nd St. and you hit what I call “Pizza Row” in the low 40s along 9th Avenue. Bargain hunters can get a slice for 99 cents standing at an outdoor counter. Squeezed in among them is a narrow spot called Capizzi. It’s easy to pass by, but that would be a mistake. Capizzi is not a pizza joint. It’s a pizza emporium. (read the story...)

Bice Ristorante Dining Review

(February 14, 2012) - Beatrice Mungai Ruggeri (BiCE to her family and friends) opened her first restaurant in Milan in 1926. In the years that followed, she, along with her brothers and sisters, developed what became the pinnacle of Tuscan style cuisine in Milan. When her sons Remo and Roberto started to work in the Milan restaurant, they changed the typical trattoria into an international restaurant, and thus began a new era for the Ruggeri family’s restaurant concept. (read the story...)

Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House Restaurant Review

(January 03, 2012) - Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House is a place of glamour, excitement, red meat, and much more. It pulsates with the rhythm and energy of Midtown. (read the story...)

The Stadium Grill at Bowlmor Lanes - A Tasty Experience in Times Square

(March 31, 2011) - Bowlmor Lanes on 44th Street, just off Times Square, is a delicious surprise. They are not your grandfather’s bowling lanes -- instead, Bowlmor is a 90,000-sq.-ft., 45-lane colossus. The lanes are themed, and the space includes Warhol-inspired artwork, a Prohibition-themed lounge, a Brooklyn Bridge-inspired stairway, and antique items from what was Tavern on the Green. (read the story...)


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