Table Stakes: July
NY’s 6 best new eateries — and a foodie bike tour
To keep tabs on every New York restaurant and bar opening is folly. But to keep tabs on the most worthy? Yeoman’s
Circa Brewing Co.
You’re here because: Beer and pizza. The fancy kinds.
You’re dining on: Wood-fired thin crust pies like the Big Dipper (pork shank perfection on a pizza, basically) and the Salumi (a fancy pepperoni pizza, basically). And you’re swilling any number of their in-house brews; we liked the Nitro Pale Ale and Saison best.
141 Lawrence Street, Brooklyn (map)
You’re here because: The iconic Four Seasons gets an avant-garde reboot
You’re dining on: Some of the best seafood in the world: French Turbot, White Tuna and Whole Black Bass seasoned, sauced, broiled or slow-baked — then delivered by captains in Tom Ford uniforms.
99 East 52nd Street (map)
You’re here because: Chicago’s favorite experimental cocktail bar (The Aviary) has set up shop in the Mandarin Oriental.
80 Columbus Circle (map)
Upper West Side
You’re here because: It’s the liveliest dim sum brunch in town.
You’re dining on: So much dim sum, preferably at the coveted 10-seat Chef’s Counter. Favorites not to be missed include Haw Gow, Siu
380 Amsterdam Avenue (map)
Icelandic Fish and Chips
You’re here because: A Reykjavik staple is flying in fish fresh from the Motherland on the daily.
You’re dining on: Cod, rose fish,
28 7th Avenue South (map)
Umami Burger Hudson
You’re here because: No one can resist. You included.
You’re dining on: The only breakfast sandwich that any Umami serves, right here in our own backyard.
358 West 58th Street (map)
Red Lantern Food Roll
Here, there, everywhere
You’re here because: Who wouldn’t want to jump on an all-day bike tour of the city’s best taquerias or Jewish delis?
You’re dining on: Depending on which adventure you choose, a curated selection of Middle Eastern, Asian, Mexican or pizza joints. But don’t worry, you’ll be pedaling off those calories en route to the next locale.
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