Table Stakes: June
These seven eateries will satisfy any and all hankerings
To keep tabs on every New York restaurant and bar opening is folly. But to keep tabs on the most worthy? Yeoman’s
Butcher Bar LES
Lower East Side
You’re here because: It’s the first Manhattan outpost of the BBQ smokehouse that’s been making Astoria smell better for a few years
You’re dining on: Beef,
146 Orchard Street (map)
Lower East Side
You’re here because: Native New Yorker Millie Stallings and her mother are celebrating their love of eating and entertaining together — yep, family style.
You’re dining on: C
29 Clinton Street (map)
You’re here because: A Korean BBQ/steakhouse hybrid from the founder of Michelin-starred
You’re dining on: Korean bacon and San-Che BiBimBap and
16 West 22nd Street (map)
You’re here because: The founders of Smorgasburg can seemingly do no wrong.
You’re dining on: A drink-heavy
180 10th Avenue (map)
You’re here because: A legendary pizza palace has descended upon our fair city. See also: killer water views. It’s also connected to Brooklyn’s upcoming Soho House, if you happen to be a part of that tribe.
You’re dining on: Wood-fired pizzas, with other attractions that include Lobster Spaghetti and Burrata.
55 Water Street (map)
You’re here because: You’re already addicted to their Clinton Hill and Billyburg locales.
You’re dining on: Two styles of pizza — the Detroit-style and Grandma pies — with not-to-be-missed wings, a Pressed Duck
35 Downing Street (map)
You’re here because: It’s a D.C. cult favorite and it’s got artfully cool street vibes.
You’re dining on: The Moonstruck, with mushroom truffle sauce, garlic ricotta,
15 West 28th Street (map)
You’re here because: It’s Momofuku meets fried chicken. ‘Nuff said.
You’re dining on: The whole fried chicken feast, for starters. It’s
110 Wall St, New York, NY 10005 (map)