Table Stakes: March
Eight new restaurants for all you dilettantes and bon vivants
To keep tabs on every New York restaurant and bar opening is folly. But to keep tabs on the most worthy? Yeoman’s
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You’re here for Southern Italian fare from Chef PJ Calapa, previously of the Michelin-starred Ai Fiori. Expect the kind of meal that will beckon you from sleep … and then send you back to it once you’re done.
You’re dining on delicately composed
You’re here for 19 excellent restaurants that have set up shop in one convenient place — the historic GM building.
You’re dining on fast-casual favorites like Bao by Kaya’s signature Gua Bao, Roberta’s unforgettable wood-fired pies or Dorado’s Baja-style tacos.
Coco Pazzo Kitchen & Coco Pazzo Trattoria
You’re here because
You’re dining on Tuscan-inspired daytime takeout from Pazzo’s Kitchen (like a Ricotta Meatball Sammy) and post-sunset fine dining at Trattoria. Go for storied Chef Pino Luongo’s grilled sardines stuffed with pistachios.
You’re here for Korean flavors via traditional French techniques, like
You’re dining on a slew of flavors you’ve never experienced, like Oysters with Pork Belly and Kimchi Bouillabaisse.
Mikkeller Brewing NYC
You’re here because Denmark’s venerable “gypsy” brewer consistently ranks among the world’s best, and they just opened their second U.S. flagship on the lee side of Citi Field.
You’re drinking your pick from a rotating cast of some 60 taps. Mikkeller produces more than 100 different beers most years, so you’ll have to return early and often to try them all. Start with two New York exclusives: the Say Hey Sally (a pilsner) and the Henry Hops (a citrus-forward IPA). There will also be food from at least four vendors, including Pat LaFrieda meats and a Korean spot called Unidentified Flying Chickens.
You’re here because their first location has set up
You’re dining on our go-to: the
You’re here because Peter Poulakakos and hospitality force HPH (Dead Rabbit, Ester & Carol, Le District, L’Appart) have renovated Wall Street’s iconic 1972 institution. Yes, it’s “that place” from American Psycho.
You’re dining on ‘60s steakhouse classics like Beef Wellington and Dover Sole Meunière accompanied by one helluva whiskey program.
You’re here because the sexy-as-ever haunt is located in the cellar of the landmark Radiowave Building, the very same location Nikola Tesla once deemed his home and lab.
You’re dining on a menu befitting a hidden, underground bar. Think drinks like the Light Me Up: bourbon, Jamaican rum, mango black tea,
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