Best New NYC Restaurants

Julie Besonen

(Updated 09/18/2018)

September 2018

At a sleek spot in Brooklyn, chef Nasim Alikhani offers a fresh take on Persian cuisine. Elegantly prepared Hunan rice noodles are all the rage in the East Village. Meanwhile, in the Financial District, after-work crowds are whooshing up 60 stories to visit Danny Meyer’s latest tony establishment. See the details in our September roundup, which includes the City’s most exciting new cocktail bar and the long-awaited reopening of the Four Seasons.

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Bar Beau

This coffeehouse by day is a stylish bar with small plates at night.

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Cardoncello diVino

Southern Italian mushrooms are the cornerstone of this hospitable osteria.

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Charley St

Enjoy healthy grain bowls, toast and eggs from a charismatic Australian chef.

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Existing Conditions

This spacious cocktail den features great bar food in Greenwich Village.

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The Four Seasons Restaurant

The mid-century modern gem offers New American cuisine and a powerhouse clientele.

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Hunan Slurp

A stylish East Village favorite serves Hunan rice noodles.

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Manhatta

Feast on stunning views of the City and a compelling New American menu.

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Noted Tribeca

This all-day café and cocktail lounge serves Korean-accented bites.

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Sofreh

Dine on beautifully prepared Persian food in a sleek Prospect Heights spot.

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The Usual

A contemporary canteen in the Nolitan Hotel serves foods diners crave.

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August 2018

Jonathan Benno’s brilliant cooking has thrilled patrons at Lincoln Ristorante and Per Se for years, and now he’s landed at a modern new Italian restaurant in the Flatiron District. Our August roundup has the details, plus where to go for the most amazing couscous, grilled Japanese yakitori, wood-fired Mexican and modern Chinese in a stylish setting.

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The Athenian NYC

Greek wines and small plates in an intimate setting

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Bernie’s Restaurant

Excellent retro American food in a nostalgic setting

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Kings County Imperial

Gourmet Chinese food and great drinks served in a stylish hangout

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Kish-Kash

Couscous made from scratch in a sweet West Village spot

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Kopitiam

Bold and affordable Malaysian food at an all-day café

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Leonelli Taberna

A bonanza of antipasti and pasta from acclaimed chef Jonathan Benno

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Mani in Pasta

Roman-style pies from a champion Italian pizzaiolo

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Nonono

Yakitori galore plus a host of inventive Japanese specialties

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Oxomoco

Upscale wood-fired Mexican fare in a lovely Greenpoint restaurant

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Simò Pizza

Simone Falco fires up pizzas inspired by his Neapolitan roots

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July 2018

New York City is an international crossroads, and for many visitors the five boroughs’ diversity forms a large part of its appeal. The City’s cosmopolitan qualities are, of course, reflected in its cuisine—just consider the pageant of new restaurants we’re highlighting this month. Our July picks include purveyors of Beijing street food, Vietnamese pho, inventive Indian, delectable Greek, vegan Mexican and classic French dishes. The chefs represented strive for authenticity—not Americanization—which makes booking tables at these eateries even more exciting.

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Arata

This creative Asian vegan den is from chef Matthew Kenney.

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Bar Verde

Dine on stellar vegan Mexican fare and sip strong margaritas.

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Bistro Pierre Lapin

This charming French bistro is a boon to the West Village.

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Davelle

A tiny Japanese café and coffeehouse that serves up delights.

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Di an Di

A chic Vietnamese restaurant that specializes in pho.

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Harwood on Hudson

Explore inventive New American cuisine and fantastic desserts.

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Kyma

Dine on pristine seafood at this upscale Greek restaurant.

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Le Sia

Beijing-style street food arrives with a Louisiana accent.

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North 3rd Street Market

Williamsburg stays on trend with this food hall.

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Okozushi

Discover inexpensive Kyoto-style sushi in Williamsburg.

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Saar Indian Bistro

Enjoy sophisticated Indian fare in the Theatre District.

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June 2018

David Chang, chef-restaurateur and Netflix star (Ugly Delicious), is always one to watch. His latest venture sounds modest—promoting the merits of cold fried chicken, for instance—but the exclusive boîte surpasses expectations, especially when it comes to originality. This month we’ve also got news on two noteworthy pizza joints, the best Brooklyn-by-way-of-NOLA spot for oysters and po’boys, and a whole lot more.

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Bistrot Leo

Bistrot Leo, located in the heart of Soho, offers classic French fare from Chef Brian Loiacono.

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Chicha Cafetín & Cocktails

Try Nicaraguan-style street food and rum cocktails in a cool warehouse space.

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Greca

Modern, health-minded Greek restaurant and lounge

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Joe & Pat’s Pizzeria

Classic Staten Island pizzeria expands to the East Village

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Lowerline

New Orleans–style po’boys, oysters and gumbo done with panache

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Lucky Pickle Dumpling Co.

Contemporary kiosk best for shrimp dumplings and soft-serve ice cream

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Momofuku Ko Bar

Upscale David Chang concept featuring cold fried chicken and cocktails

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Samwon Garden

Chic South Korean barbecue darling translates to NYC’s Koreatown

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Sullivan Street Bakery

Renowned Soho baker sets up shop in Hell’s Kitchen

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Una Pizza Napoletana

Austere temple on the Lower East Side devoted to Neapolitan pizza

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May 2018

At last, Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson—former chefs at downtown hot spots Balthazar and Minetta Tavern—are back in the kitchen. The pair serves winning French fare in a classic, high-energy brasserie that’s been packed since day one. The venerable Pino Luongo, creator of 1990s hits like Le Madri, has also made a comeback with a Soho Italian joint. Other recent additions to the dining scene include a taco speakeasy, a Roman pizza specialist and two terrific dessert spots.

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Borrachito

Try a street-food taco stall at the back of a stylish bar.

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Bowl & Blade

Enjoy healthy grain bowls and acai at a sweet little Brooklyn spot.

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Coco Pazzo

It’s a casual Italian kitchen by day and chic trattoria by night.

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Frenchette

This classic French brasserie and bar in Tribeca has a friendly attitude.

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La Maison de Makoto

This dessert bar becomes a cocktail and snack bar when the sun goes down.

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Mikkeller Brewing NYC

Citi Field gets a Danish-style indoor beer garden.

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PQR Pizza Quadrata Romana

Savor square slices from a Roman pizza master.

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Sherry B Dessert Studio

Indulge in fabulous, creative ice cream sandwiches, sundaes and cookies.

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Urbanspace @ 570 Lex

Visit a Midtown food hall in a grand art-deco building.

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The Woodlot

Have eclectic pre- and post-theater meals and cocktails in Hell’s Kitchen.

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April 2018

An Israeli pita spot, the debut of a 19-year-old restaurateur and an all-day French café have Manhattanites buzzing this month. For an update on insider Brooklyn spots, read about the lovable Annicka and a pocket-size Italian deli with incredibly lusty fare. We’ve also got the scoop on the best new places for vegans, barbecue fiends and fans of New Orleans cuisine.

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Annicka

Check out an easygoing New American restaurant and coffee bar in Greenpoint.

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Gem

A wunderkind American chef hosts the ultimate dinner party

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Jax B-B-Q

Try this roadside barbecue joint and full bar in Hell’s Kitchen.

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La Mercerie

A modern French restaurant resides inside a posh Soho lifestyle store.

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Legacy Records

The Charlie Bird team has created a stylish Mediterranean restaurant and bar.

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Lillo Cucina Italiana

This tiny Italian deli serves fabulous sandwiches, salads and pasta.

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Miznon

Israeli street food comes with a New York accent in Chelsea Market.

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Mr. White

Elegant New Orleans-style restaurant in the East Village

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Oxbow Tavern

Chef Tom Valenti rules at an Upper West Side tavern.

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Plantmade

Vegan food and healthy beverages are made with panache at an East Village café.

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March 2018

West-bourne. South of the Clouds. If the names of this month’s new NYC restaurants aren’t enough of a hint, the message is still clear: visitors to the five boroughs will find great food in every direction. Among the places for classic American and thrilling international flavors are a vintage diner, a posh clam bar, a Korean hot spot and a resurrected French bistro. Read on for details, then make a reservation.

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The Big Ragu

Eat classic pizza by the slice, or get a whole pie.

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Casino Clam Bar

Dig in to clams, caviar, chowder and superb wines at an 18-seat bar.

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La Goulue

Say oui to this vintage French bistro on the Upper East Side.

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MeMe’s Diner

This nostalgic Brooklyn greasy spoon has a modern sensibility.

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Negril BK

Try a festive spacious Caribbean restaurant in Brooklyn.

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Simon & The Whale

Gabriel Stulman has opened a beautiful New American restaurant in Kips Bay.

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Soogil

Sample modern Korean cuisine with French technique in the East Village.

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South of the Clouds

Eat soothing Yunnan rice noodles in a clean, simple setting.

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Tomiño Taberna Gallega

Galician-style tapas and earthy Spanish wines come to Little Italy.

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West-bourne

Drop in to this friendly California-style café open all day in Soho.

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January 2018

New York City’s dining scene gets off to a running start in 2018 with a cozy Greek restaurant, a Basque-influenced cider house and fashionable venues showcasing high-end Indian and Chinese cuisine. They’ve got mellifluous names too: Baar Baar, DaDong, Fausto and Voula among them.

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Baar Baar

This dark, clubby restaurant features modern Indian cuisine.

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Brooklyn Cider House

Try Basque-style ciders and tasting menus in a Bushwick warehouse.

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DaDong

The roast duck emporium is known for delivering one of the best versions of the classic Beijing dish.

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Fausto

Dig in to pasta and Italian wine—but no pizza—at this Park Slope Italian joint.

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Henry at Life Hotel

Enjoy pizza, steak and cocktails in a cozy hotel restaurant.

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Juku

This bi-level Japanese tavern has an acclaimed sushi chef upstairs.

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La Loncheria

This smart luncheonette serves Mexican eats and mezcal in Bushwick.

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SaltBrick Tavern

This classic steakhouse serves lunch, brunch and dinner in.

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Scampi

This seafood specialist operates in a lovely Flatiron District setting.

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Voula

Find a sophisticated, relaxing Greek restaurant on a West Village side street.

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December 2017

The holiday season is also restaurant-going season for those who want to get together without having to wash the dishes. If you’re looking for new places to try this month, check out these picks—including a kosher speakeasy and a Sichuan hot pot hot spot.

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2nd Floor at 2nd Avenue Deli

Stop in for pastrami, brisket and kosher drinks above an iconic deli.

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Bar Gonzo

This tropical Hell’s Kitchen restaurant has a festive spirit.

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Butcher & Banker

This American steakhouse and lounge inhabits an underground bank vault.

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Jeju Noodle Bar

Try this elegant Korean noodle bar helmed by a classically trained chef.

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The Lobster Club

Experience a subterranean-but-glamourous Japanese brasserie.

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Old Rose

Settle into this downtown bistro in a boutique hotel by the Hudson River.

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The Osprey

Brooklyn Heights gets a handsome, indoor-outdoor American restaurant.

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Pheasant

This intimate Mediterranean-style restaurant features a garden patio.

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Sorbillo

Try authentic pies from an acclaimed Neapolitan pizzaiolo.

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Tang Hotpot

Eat Sichuan-style bubbling broths at an elegant Chinatown restaurant.

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November 2017

Master chef Joël Robuchon returns to NYC with a massive new headquarters in the Meatpacking District. He’s in good company with many of the other chefs we’re featuring this month, who are well on their way to greatness (if they’re not there already). Try any of their buzzy new eateries when looking for a place to dine with friends or family this holiday season.

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Bond 45

This enormous, bi-level, Italian-ish venue offers breakfast all day, a lavish antipasti bar and post-show happy hour discounts nightly; at lunch and dinner are thin-crust pizzas, pasta, big salads, grilled fish, and burgers with cacio e pepe-dusted fries.

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Celestine

Dine on Eastern Mediterranean fare and take in views of the Manhattan skyline.

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Don Angie

Visit this chic West Village spot for eye-popping Italian-American specialties.

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Evelina

Dine at a cozy, friendly Italian trattoria in Fort Greene.

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Ferris

A creative chef dishes up bold flavors in the happening Nomad district.

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L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon

A legendary French chef cooks in the Meatpacking District.

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The Loyal

Another gem from Michelin-starred chef John Fraser.

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My Cuban Spot

Savor what’s hands down the best Cubano sandwich in the City.

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Nom Wah Tu

Come for innovative dim sum and cocktails on the Lower East Side.

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Pasta Flyer

A renowned chef of high-end Italian food goes the fast-casual route.

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October 2017

A Chinatown legend from the 1970s is back, complete with the original cold sesame noodle recipe everyone went bonkers for back in the day. The other new spots we’re highlighting this month include a high-end lounge from Chicago’s great Grant Achatz, amazing Thai and Middle Eastern restaurants and a late-night den for french fry fiends.

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Byggyz

Taste new twists on hoagies from Dewey Dufresne.

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FryGuys

This late-night nook specializes in spuds and dipping sauces.

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Hwa Yuan Szechuan

Enjoy vibrant Chinese food in a palatial series of dining rooms.

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Lil’ Gem

Check out a cozy Lebanese restaurant and cocktails on the Lower East Side.

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Raviolo

This West Village trattoria riffs on Italian with dim sum style.

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Shuka

Visit this Mediterranean jewel in Soho for lunch, brunch and dinner.

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Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill

This Brooklyn warehouse has been reimagined as a giant fusion restaurant and bar.

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Ugly Baby

Try complex, fiery Thai food in Carroll Gardens.

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Uncle Boons Sister

Taste Thai comfort food from Michelin-starred chefs in NoLIta.

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September 2017

The fall season of restaurant openings is underway. Highlights so far include a polished Uzbek hangout, a Japanese izakaya with inventive snacks and a Danny Meyer pizzeria. And speaking of pizza, we’ve discovered an amazing new slice joint in Hell’s Kitchen that specializes in squares.

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Claro

Dig in to heavenly Oaxacan fare and mezcal in Gowanus.

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Corner Slice

This great Hell’s Kitchen slice joint is all about the squares.

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DeKalb Market Hall

Located in the City Point development at 445 Albee Square West, DeKalb Market Hall is home to a collection of more than 40 local and regional food outposts.

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Golda

This Bed-Stuy bakery and café is bursting with creativity.

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Jing Fong

Try an upscale, modern Chinese restaurant on the Upper West Side.

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Martina

Danny Meyer brings a fast-casual pizzeria to the East Village.

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Nargis Bar & Grill

Park Slope gets a comfy, welcoming Uzbek restaurant and bar.

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Oka

This dark, attractive Japanese bar has high-caliber food.

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Popina

Italian fare meets the American South in Cobble Hill.

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The Sosta

This stylish, fast-casual Italian concept has wine on tap.

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August 2017

The latest, greatest restaurants to check out this month serve up killer pizza, Japanese-Peruvian cuisine and feature bacon every which way on a tasting menu. We’ve also got details on new all-day cafés in Manhattan and Brooklyn that naturally metamorphose into wine bars when it’s time for a drink. And if Asian noodle joints are your siren call, we’ve got you covered, too.

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Belly

All-bacon, Korean-style prix fixe in Williamsburg.

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Cervo’s

Pristine seafood inspired by the flavors of Spain and Portugal.

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Chez Ma Tante

Greenpoint bistro with diverse, imaginative dishes.

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Emily West Village

Dreamy pizza and double-stack burgers in the West Village.

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Fairfax

West Village all-day café with mid-century modern décor.

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Hudson Jane

Endearing, attractive all-day café with American comfort food.

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Mifune New York

Contemporary, artistic Japanese food in Midtown East.

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One Bedford

All-day and late-night bistro on the Greenpoint-Williamsburg border.

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Sen Sakana

Upscale Japanese-Peruvian fusion cuisine near the Theatre District.

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Yuan Noodle

Contemporary Chinese noodle specialist in the East Village.

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July 2017

Worlds collide this month in NYC dining. New openings include a Korean-American steakhouse, an Indian bistro with Mexican accents and a hot new hotel restaurant whose menu spans at least three continents. Among the other highlights are a summery Rockaway Beach bakery with scrumptious pastries and a handsome Italian ristorante facing the Brooklyn waterfront.

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aRoqa

Try Indian cuisine with global accents at a chic Chelsea venue.

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Casa Pública

Vibrant Mexico City-style fare comes to Williamsburg.

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Cecconi’s Dumbo

Enjoy a posh Italian restaurant on the Brooklyn waterfront.

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Cote

Korean barbecue meets American steakhouse in the Flatiron District.

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Fatbird Southern Kitchen and Bar

Cat Cora brings Mississippi-style goodness to the Meatpacking District.

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Hemlock

This intimate Lower East Side spot serves creative New American dishes.

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Phil & Anne’s Good Time Lounge

This Cobble Hill lounge serves food dreamed up by Anne Burrell.

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Public Kitchen

Jean-Georges Vongerichten brings his food to a stylish Lower East Side hotel.

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Rockaway Beach Bakery

Try rockin’ pastries in Rockaway Beach.

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VHH Foods

This all-day café has water views and first-rate New American food.

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June 2017

This month you’ll find world-class chefs in unexpected places. Daniel Humm, of Eleven Madison Park, has thrown his toque into the grab-and-go field. Meanwhile, innovator Wylie Dufresne has turned his attention to elevating the humble doughnut. We’ve got the details on their new enterprises as well as the latest, greatest places to find Nordic, Middle Eastern and Mexican food, plus sushi and steak.

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Alta Calidad

Try innovative Mexican fare in Prospect Heights.

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Du’s Donuts and Coffee

Wylie Dufresne is the wizard behind these doughnuts with fanciful flavors.

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Esther & Carol Bistro

This American bistro has a hip music club in its basement.

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Greenwich Steakhouse

This romantic, opulent steakhouse comes from a Smith & Wollensky chef.

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The Grill

The Grill celebrates modern splendor in old-school style.

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Made Nice

An Eleven Madison Park team nails it with this fast-casual concept.

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Miss Ada

Taste Mediterranean specialties with Middle Eastern accents from an Israeli-born chef.

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Nur

A famous Tel Aviv chef prepares upscale Middle Eastern cuisine.

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Sushi Katsuei

There’s serious but not expensive sushi in the West Village.

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May 2017

A few famous chefs have recently resurfaced with new projects in the City. Global superstar Enrique Olvera has opened a cool Mexican spot, Scott Conant has unveiled an Italian gem and Jean-Georges Vongerichten has contributed a cheeseburger to a venue serving chefs’ greatest hits. We’ve also got the details on two stimulating seafood restaurants and—perfect for spring—a café blooming at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

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Atla

Mexican celebrity chef Enrique Olvera opens an all-day eatery in Noho.

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Bevy

Enjoy lavish New American fare in Midtown’s Park Hyatt.

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Birds of a Feather

Try healthy Chinese food in a stylish Williamsburg setting.

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Chefs Club Counter

This all-day cafeteria showcases the greatest hits from famous chefs.

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Gloria

Sink your teeth into creative seafood in Hell’s Kitchen.

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Majorelle

Find French-Mediterranean fare and courtly service on the Upper East Side.

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Motel Morris

Indulge in nostalgic comfort food and cocktails in Chelsea.

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Simply Hooked

Hook sustainable fish and chips shop on the Lower East Side.

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Yellow Magnolia Café

There’s a sunny greenhouse café at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

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April 2017

“Wellness restaurants” are a growing lifestyle trend. These eateries serve plant-based cuisine presented fetchingly enough for the Instagram crowd—but with ingredients to nourish what’s on the inside, too. Sustainably sourced meat and cocktails also often have a place on the menu alongside the greens, but it’s vegetables-only at Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s latest venue. See below for a selection of wholesome new spots—plus where to go for Northern Vietnamese pho, Japanese hand rolls and, for the adventurous, food cooked over an open flame.

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ABCV

Jean-Georges Vongerichten performs magic with vegetables.

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De Maria

Wellness and fashion converge at an all-day Nolita café.

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Hanoi House

Try Northern Vietnamese cooking and craft beer in the East Village.

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KazuNori

This restaurant serves value-priced hand rolls from a Los Angeles-based Japanese chef.

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L’Estudio Ocafe

This stylish, all-day cafe serves healthful eats on the Lower East Side.

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Mettā

Flame-licked meat, fish and vegetables come to Brooklyn courtesy of a Francis Mallmann-trained chef.

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49 Monroe

This clubby Mediterranean hideout is located under the Manhattan Bridge.

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Ousia

Taste sophisticated, Greek-accented fare on the Hudson waterfront.

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Pinch Chinese

This hip Soho bistro serves pan-regional Chinese food.

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Trapizzino

Sink your teeth into Italian-style stuffed sandwich pockets on the Lower East Side.

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March 2017

Classics like prime rib and French dip sandwiches are making a comeback, and they’re better than ever at two new Manhattan venues. The recently opened restaurants below also include Danny Meyer’s sweet bakery and sandwich nook in Gramercy as well as the latest dynamic spots in Brooklyn.

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All Hands

There’s fresh seafood and industrial chic decor at this Williamsburg restaurant.

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Daily Provisions

Danny Meyer’s sweet little bakery and café meets everyday desires.

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The Drift

This fun bar in Greenpoint has eats that hit the spot.

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4 Charles Prime Rib

This restaurant serves choice prime rib and glorious cheeseburgers in a cozy townhouse.

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Maison Pickle

Enjoy classic French dips and cocktails in a swanky setting.

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Pig Bleecker

This West Village bistro takes an Italian approach to barbecue.

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Sunday in Brooklyn

Enjoy brunch and dinner any day of the week in a woodsy Williamsburg setting.

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X Bar/Bistro

A Parisian-style wine bar and bistro comes to the Upper East Side.

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January 2017

Foodwise, 2017 is off to a good start in the City. Union Square Cafe is back. Dan Kluger, beloved from ABC Kitchen, is at the stove in a new downtown venture. The other fine eateries we’re featuring are mostly healthy and don’t require you to be wealthy to enjoy them.

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Black Walnut

Chic, relaxing hotel restaurant in Downtown Brooklyn,

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Gordo’s Cantina

Fantastic Mexican joint in Long Island City.

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Italienne

Lovely Italian-French fare in the Flatiron.

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Samesa

Shawarma worth discovering in Williamsburg

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Seabird

Cozy maritime spot in the West Village

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Tavo

Creative Latin cuisine and cocktails in a quiet, inviting setting

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Tim Ho Wan

Killer dim sum in the East Village

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Union Square Cafe

Enjoy warm hospitality at a Danny Meyer classic.

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