Fall preview 2013: New restaurants and bars in NYC

This fall, a fresh crop of restaurants, bars and markets make their debut in NYC. Here are 123 reasons to dine out this season.



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As temperatures start dipping, New York City’s dining scene will begin to heat up. This autumn, you’ll find new restaurants from talents like Amanda Freitag and John Fraser, along with big-name imports, steakhouses and more. Here are the exciting spots you need to know about in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.

Heavyweight comebacks

Some boldfaced names return to the scene.

The steakhouse, redefined

The traditional chop-house mold is busted up.

Slow-food sophomores

Two trailblazers launch offshoots in a new era.

The next big thing: Yakitori

The skewered-and-grilled category blows up.

By-type boozing

The bar scene expands with these buzzed newcomers.

Next-level nautical

A maritime trend (really) sets sail.

Ramen vanguard

A pair of nouveau noodle houses up the ante.

Coffee’s new wave

What's brewing in New York's café scene.

More hot openings

Ken Oringer, Michael White and more open spots.


New ventures from NYC restaurant vets.

Best of the rest

Check out 26 more projects coming to NYC.

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