448 "Big Groups" restaurants in New York.
The only thing that is keeping Rubriosa from being one of NYC’s classic Italian restaurants is time. Let’s eat vodka sauce pizza while we wait.
We feel sorry for anyone who doesn’t have a Paulie Gee’s in their ‘hood or in their city as an option for excellent Neapolitan pies.
Razza is a wood-fired pizza spot in Jersey City that’s well worth a trip from New York. Or from anywhere else.
The best BBQ in New York City resides in Red Hook, in a Texas-style dining hall of sacred smoked meats known as Hometown Bar-B-Que.
Lighthouse is our go-to spot in Williamsburg for a casual, kind of healthy, but still impressive meal.
Málà Project is a great Chinese restaurant in the East Village that specializes in dry pot.
Whatever your restaurant need, Lil Frankie’s can probably solve it. This is the ultimate utility player.
SriPraPhai is a Woodside favorite that’s been serving some of NYC’s best Thai food for over two decades.
You’re going to need an hour on the train to get to Tanoreen. But if you appreciate Middle Eastern or Mediterranean food, it’s more than worth it.
Peter Luger is a New York City steakhouse institution, and eating here is an experience unlike any other in the city.
A reboot of a Chinatown spot that closed decades ago, Hwa Yuan serves great Peking duck, sesame noodles, and more in a massive space on East Broadway.
Nonono is a Japanese restaurant in Nomad where you can try a ton of great food and still have an affordable dinner.
Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong is quality Korean BBQ and a really good time in Midtown.
The original Denino’s is a big Staten Island pizza place with great thin-crust pies.
Côte is a Korean barbecue place in Flatiron that looks kind of a like a nightclub and serves some high-quality beef. They also do a great prix fixe.