New York City is made up of five boroughs: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Each one has enough attractions—and enough personality—to be a city all its own. Learn more about them with this guide.
First, you'll be struck by the picturesque facade of this low-rise building, dating back to 1860, in TriBeCa's historic district. This relic has been reborn as a sexy and stylish Pan-Latin venue, thanks to nightlife impresarios Matt Abramcyk (Tiny's, Smith & Mills, Warren 77) and Serge Becker (designer of The Box and La Esquina). Super Linda's ground-floor and upper-level dining rooms, as well as its downstairs lounge, cater to a young, gorgeous crowd who favor fruity cocktails in equal part to tostadas and tuna ceviche. Argentina is the cuisine's geographic heart, represented by grilled steaks and Italian dishes—yes, Italian (gnocchi, ravioli, chicken Milanese)—since Buenos Aires has catered to a flood of that country's immigrants since the 19th century.