Modern-day Indian, 1930s Italian and classic Southern all get dining debuts in New York City.
The Peking duck from chef Dong Zhenxiang is at its prime in this dazzling 400-seat Chinese chain situated right outside Bryant Park.
The inventive Indian menu includes bone-marrow kulcha and lemon-foam oysters from chef Sujan Sarkar.
A Naples pizzeria established in 1935 grabs a slice of the Bowery with its first stateside brick and mortar.
Nashville fare takes center stage at this multilevel spectacle that includes a two-story restaurant and entertainment space. American southern favorites, of course, are on the menu.
Clink rose-tinted glasses at an underground noirish dance bar below Cape House in Bushwick. Drink cocktails like Hot Jungle Bird, a warm tiki drink with dark rum, caffo red bitters and pineapple liquor.