Archive for 'Grub/Spirits'

Flavors and Service Unite at Tribeca’s Benares

Flavors and Service Unite at Tribeca’s Benares

Behind the typical camouflaging of New York City scaffolding sits a particularly sleek and modern restaurant serving authentic and delicious Indian fare. Here's why a trip to the Murray Street location of Benares Indian Restaurant [...]

Alice’s Arbor, Brunch in Bed-Stuy

Alice’s Arbor, Brunch in Bed-Stuy

Alice’s Arbor is an adorably charming little bistro nestled quietly onto a relatively quiet neighborhood street, across from welcoming Crispus Attucks Playground [...]

Open Air Views Set the Table at Industry Kitchen

Open Air Views Set the Table at Industry Kitchen

Hidden underneath the bustle of the FDR Drive, the bar/restaurant combo at Industry Kitchen provides some outstanding sunset views of the pristine waterfront, just far enough removed from the nearby buzz of ferry traffic and the [...]

Romantic Italian Renaissance at Machiavelli

Once seated, it’s a challenge not to marvel at the inside of Machiavelli. Massive murals take center stage on each of the restaurant’s exposed walls, so grandiose in fact that you may even strain your [...]

More Than Just Tacos at Mexicue Flatiron

More Than Just Tacos at Mexicue Flatiron

Mexicue began its quick ascent as a food truck in Brooklyn in 2010- an impetus of sorts for the gain in acceptance that trucks would soon have as a medium to deliver quality food quickly to [...]

Don’t Think Too Hard at Burger & Lobster

Don’t Think Too Hard at Burger & Lobster

At Burger & Lobster, the space is huge but is bright and inviting. The menu is limited, but there is seemingly no wrong way to order. The drink list is reasonably priced and there [...]

Le Coq Rico, A Reason to Give Thanks

Le Coq Rico, A Reason to Give Thanks

Helmed by Michelin star-winning chef Antoine Westermann, cozy Flatiron restaurant Le Coq Rico is a modernized brasserie that is focused on serving some of the City’s finest poultry dishes. And Thanksgiving is perhaps the best time [...]

Padoca Bakery, Master of Many Things on the UES

Padoca Bakery, Master of Many Things on the UES

The Upper East Side is home to a bevy of coffee chains and diners but a finding a specialty bakery and cafe was a bit of a challenge just some 18 months ago, before the arrival [...]

Exki, Relaunching Fresh Fare For Fit New York

Exki, Relaunching Fresh Fare For Fit New York

Since opening in Brussels in 2001, more than 80 locations of Exki have sprouted around the world. New York City's only location on 28th and Madison is now re-opened and re-branded, fresh to feast for [...]

Samui, A Brand New Reason to Visit Ft. Greene

Samui, A Brand New Reason to Visit Ft. Greene

Newly opened Fort Greene restaurant Samui brings the best of Northern Thailand into Brooklyn. [...]