Try the eggs Benedict with Virginia ham and truffled hollandaise at this elegant museum eatery.
Though the green-and-white space feels slightly sterile, indulgent eats like crisp tofu in sweet-and-sour sauce feel downright homey.
Sample 142 beers and devour oysters, or pub grub like shepherd’s pie and fish-and-chips.
This wood-wrapped industrial-style spot elevates mandoo, Korean dumplings, above mere appetizer status.
Come to this small spot for European eats—from panini to filet mignon—a hefty international wine list and patio seating.
Persian dishes make you feel healthier just by looking at them.
Belgian cuisine had its New York moment a few years back, but this pubby restaurant signals a revival.
Most of the sleek venue’s generous square footage is devoted to bar areas where patrons linger over small plates and exotic mixed drinks.
After receiving heaps of praise for his thin-crust pizzas at Beacon, chef Waldy Malouf opened this 15-seat pizza parlor to properly showcase his beloved pies.
Brother-and-sister team Damon and Felisa Dell move their barbecue joint to a new home, where patrons can continue to enjoy Southern comfort food in large portions.