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Most popular NYC restaurants

Gramercy Tavern

Gramercy Tavern

For the past nineteen years, there had been only one official chef change at any of Danny Meyer’s restaurants, and it was a success: The addition of...

Rezd么ra

Rezd么ra

Stefano Secchi knows Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region like few NYC chefs: He cooked at Osteria Francescana, rated the world’s top restaurant last...

B芒tard

B芒tard

Drew Nieporent is back—well, sort of. It’s not like the revered restaurateur ever really left, operating celebrated spots like Nobu and Tribeca...

Time Out Market New York

Time Out Market New York

We really like eating around the city, and we're guessing you do, too. So lucky for all of us, we've packed all our favorite restaurants under one roof at...

Most popular NYC bars

Dear Irving on Hudson

The team behind Dear Irving and Raines Law Room opened the second outpost of the former in midtown. Dear Irving on Hudson is a bi-level cocktail bar that...

Panorama Room

Panorama Room

Roosevelt Island, the storied former home to NYC's smallpox hospital and insane asylum, has its first-ever rooftop bar and lounge open to the...

Patent Pending

Patent Pending

2 out of 5 stars

“Do you have a reservation?” asked the hostess standing in the back corner of a nondescript coffeeshop at 10pm on a recent Wednesday night....

Ophelia

Ophelia

The history of Ophelia runs deep. When The Panhellenic Tower opened in 1928, it was the only hotel at the time to be managed by women. It continued it's...

Jadis

Jadis

It’s easy to find a beer in this town for $5—so why not a fine glass of wine? To our rescue comes this subterranean, grottolike café on...

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Critics' Picks: Dine out at NYC's best restaurants

Oxomoco

Oxomoco

4 out of 5 stars

Okay, so I fucked up. I showed up on a recent Monday to this Mexican hot spot in Greenpoint, only to realize that I was a week early for my reservation....

Crown Shy

Crown Shy

4 out of 5 stars

Nestled inside 70 Pine Street is a maître d' desk auspiciously stationed in the lobby of a highly sought-after Art Deco building. You might not...

Wayan

Wayan

4 out of 5 stars

It used to be that any restaurant dubbed “Asian fusion” might as well hang a DO NOT ENTER sign. Chefs would often attempt to blend flavors that...

Saga

Saga

4 out of 5 stars

NYC鈥檚 newest fine dining destination is a three-and-a-half hour moveable feast.