New York City Restaurants
375 Union Blvd, West Islip, NY 11795
Secatogue Brewing Company is a small brewery located on the south shore of Long Island. We opened in May of 2019 and have been serving good vibes and better beer ever since. All beer is brewed on site, we pour 10 taps of a variety of styles with new beer added weekly. We look forward to serving you.
1228 Madison Ave, New york, NY 10128
$ Recommended New Editor's Pick
Located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan at 1228 Madison Avenue, Via Quadronno, a restaurant and paninoteca, is the perfect stop after a visit to one of your favorite museums or on the way home from a long day. With our warm and inviting atmosphere, you will find people standing at the coffee bar sipping espresso while crusty Paninis topped with cheeses, truffles, and high quality cured meats, are made to order in our tiny kitchen. Steeped in Milanese traditions, Via Quadronno is famous for not only our mouth watering Paninis, but also for our unforgettable cappuccinos and scrumptious ...
6001 Strickland Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11234
$$ Recommended New
Our story begins in THE BORSCHT BELT. Back in the Borscht Belt, the Main House was the heart of the bungalow colony, a place where kids and adults congregated in the summer for 2 months of beautiful freedom. It was where lifelong friendships were forged and memories made. Main House BBQ in Brooklyn continues in that tradition serving as a destination where old friends reunite and new memories made all centered around a new style of BBQ that pays homage to the various indigenous barbecue cultures, as influenced by the global Jewish diaspora, that just happens to be glatt kosher.
136 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013
$ Recommended New Editor's Pick Outdoor Seating
Opened in October 2001 by Edward Youkilis, Edward's is a neighborhood restaurant located in TriBeCa with outdoor seating in the spring and summer. Reservations are recommended.
709 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
$$ Recommended New Editor's Pick
Second daughter of a family of seven girls, Panchita was raised by the matriarch of the family, her mother, our Chanita, as we all loved to called her, was a wonderful teacher and role model to us all. Growing up in a small village in Mexico, Panchita was taught to cook simple yet delicious traditional meals where she excelled and delighted many with her delicious flavors. Later, as she became a matriarch of her own family and children, Panchita and her entire family immigrated to the United States where all her children grew up. She began experimenting and combining traditional ...
27 1/2 Morton St, New York, NY 10014
$$ Recommended New Editor's Pick Private Room
A cozy neighborhood restaurant and cafe serving traditional comfort food from Central and Eastern Europe.