Archive for 'Grub/Spirits'

At Rocco Steakhouse, It’s the Little Things That Matter

At Rocco Steakhouse, It’s the Little Things That Matter

The Flatiron District is known for a great many restaurants, but a steakhouse isn't necessarily one of them. With Rocco Steakhouse, now open, perhaps it's time to take note. [...]

The Re-Review: Swine

The Re-Review: Swine

In our latest Re-Review, we return to visit West Village neighborhood haunt Swine where craft beers, tap wines and mixed drinks are used to wash down heapings of pork, marrow and an assortment of meats/ [...]

Drexler’s, Avenue A’s Answer to ‘Where to Have Brunch’

Drexler’s, Avenue A’s Answer to ‘Where to Have Brunch’

The recently launched weekend brunch at Drexler's carries the same understated confidence as sister spot Boulton & Watt just a few doors down. And they've got Black Seed Bagels to satisfy your every craving. [...]

The Munkey Proves Royal in Kips Bay

The Munkey Proves Royal in Kips Bay

The Royal Munkey comes to a relatively quiet Kips Bay street corner but meshes classic cocktail bar with European-inspired Indian fare in a way that makes it a destination worthy restaurant. [...]

Blue Dog Kitchen Bar, Casually Charming in Hell’s Kitchen

Blue Dog Kitchen Bar, Casually Charming in Hell’s Kitchen

Though other places nearby are more likely to steal the headlines, Blue Dog Kitchen Bar is a warm place that does everything just right and is equally as deserving of praise. [...]

Ariel’s Latin Bistro, Slinging Cocktails & Tapas to the LES

Ariel’s Latin Bistro, Slinging Cocktails & Tapas to the LES

Affixed to the corner of Clinton and East Houston Streets sits Arielโ€™s Latin Bistro, an authentic tapas-centric restaurant built around the tenets of flavorful small plates and strong delicious drinks. [...]

What’s Old is New Again at Cultura Pizza e Vita

What’s Old is New Again at Cultura Pizza e Vita

Cultura Pizza e Vita has established a futuristic setting that leans on its vendor partners for decor while producing some deliciously old world Italian style pizzas out of a new age electronic oven. And the [...]

An Artisanal Thanksgiving in NYC

An Artisanal Thanksgiving in NYC

Artisanal Bistro, a staple of Murray Hill, will be moving locations in early 2016. But it's space on 32nd Street remains open through the rest of this year- and is well worth a visit if [...]

Singapore Street Fare Goes Chomp Chomp on Cornelia Street

Singapore Street Fare Goes Chomp Chomp on Cornelia Street

On a quiet Cornelia Street path, Chomp Chomp harnesses the appeal and authenticity of Singapore street fare to deliver a casual and delicious experience inside of its utterly approachable setting. [...]

Pasar Malam Delivers an Authentic Malasyian Experience

Pasar Malam Delivers an Authentic Malasyian Experience

Williamsburg's quaint but elaborately decorated Pasar Malam is re-creating the experience of a Malaysian Night Market with delicious authenticity. [...]