Archive for 'Grub/Spirits'

Brunch at Primo 135, A West Village Neighborhood Gem

Brunch at Primo 135, A West Village Neighborhood Gem

Priced at just $25, brunch at Primo 135 is a step up from the boozy brunch party-style atmosphere that has given the entire genre a bad name in recent years. And after a long weekend [...]

Wall Street’s First Pizzeria Opens with Neapolitan Express

Wall Street’s First Pizzeria Opens with Neapolitan Express

Neapolitan Express, the first pizzeria on Wall Street celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday with an afternoon ribbon-cutting as service opened to the masses. [...]

Billet & Bellows, More Than Comfort Food in the Burg

Billet & Bellows, More Than Comfort Food in the Burg

Attention Williamsburg. A new star is born with the casually laid back Billet & Billows, a relaxed cocktail bar on Grand Street [...]

‘Top Chef’ Katsuji Tanabe Pops Up Mexikosher

‘Top Chef’ Katsuji Tanabe Pops Up Mexikosher

On Tuesday, Top Chef: Boston contestant Katsuji Tanabe brought his Los Angeles based Mexican-Kosher pop-up to Pitopia in Times Square. And the results were simply delicious. [...]

Socarrat Paella Bar, Savory and Satisfying

Socarrat Paella Bar, Savory and Satisfying

Socarrat Paella Bar currently seats diners at three Manhattan locations, strategically spread out in a handful of neighborhoods. Certainly you need to be fully prepared to load up on a carb-heavy meal, but those extra [...]

Clement Proves That It’s The Little Details That Define Good and Great

Clement Proves That It’s The Little Details That Define Good and Great

Tucked just a few steps above the ground floor of the posh Penninsula Hotel in Midtown sits Clement, a ritzy refined restaurant whose spacious modern dining room is far removed from the pitter-patter of Fifth Avenue [...]

Much Like the Rest of Them, Batard Wows Us Too

Much Like the Rest of Them, Batard Wows Us Too

Batard manages to offer a taste of the good life without forcing diners to break the bank. And it's a restaurant that sits in a desirable location where the food doesn't necessarily need to be [...]

Good ‘Galli,’ It’s a ‘Throwback Brunch’

Good ‘Galli,’ It’s a ‘Throwback Brunch’

In the ashes of the Lower East Side's swanky 'inoteca, the second Manhattan outpost of modernized Italian eatery Galli opened its doors back in October. Read about their new 'Throwback Brunch' that pairs old school [...]

Cooper’s Craft & Kitchen- Chelsea : Drink Here Now

Cooper’s Craft & Kitchen- Chelsea : Drink Here Now

Cooper's Craft & Kitchen has dominated the craft beer game in the East Village. Now, it's got its eyes on Chelsea in its second location. [...]

Rosemary’s Delivers a Real ‘Farm-to-Table’ Experience

Rosemary’s Delivers a Real ‘Farm-to-Table’ Experience

Consider sitting down at one of the tables inside Rosemary's, a lively West Village restaurant that sits on a scenic corner and proves an unparalleled ability to execute an inventive idea. [...]