Katherine LewinDeputy Editor
Katherine Lewin lives in Greenpoint, so she’s definitely cooler than you are. She also grew up in Austin and went to college in Los Angeles, so she’s also far more knowledgeable about BBQ and sushi than any of us can ever hope to be. Along with writing features and reviewing restaurants, Katherine’s job at The Infatuation is to keep all of our other city editors in line, by any means necessary. Her previous roles include copywriting at J.Crew, and Drill Sergeant at Navy SEALS.
The First Timer’s Guide To Eating In New York City
The First Timer’s Guide To Eating In Ne...
Coming to New York for the first time ever is exciting and intimidating. Let us take some of the pressure off by suggesting where to to eat.
Where To Go When You’re In The Mood For A Martini
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18 bars and restaurants for when you don’t just want a drink - you want a martini.
The Best Restaurants For Affordable Group Dinners
The Best Restaurants For Affordable Gro...
29 spots to go for a group dinner when you still want to be able to pay for drinks or a subway ride afterwards.
The NYC Hit List: The Best New Restaurants In NYC
The NYC Hit List: The Best New Restaura...
The best new restaurants in NYC.
When you want to eat and drink outside with a big group, you could fill up water bottles with white wine. Or you could go to any of these 24 spots.
Some of the greatest LGBTQ bars, and bars with LGBTQ nights, across the city.
Ginger’s Bar is a low-key lesbian bar standby in Park Slope, with a back patio and a pool table.
Club Cumming is a queer bar in the East Village where it feels like anything could happen.
Whether you want a burger first thing in the morning, or you’re craving pancakes at 3pm, here are our favorite places to eat brunch outside.
Remember Ravagh Persian Grill when you want a good, low-key dinner in the East Village.