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A Williamsburg restaurant that’s a good place for brunch, and an even better place to hang out.
Karasu is a Japanese speakeasy/izakaya you find by going through the back door of Walter’s in Fort Greene. Go for cocktails and fried chicken.
Hart’s is a tiny place in Bed-Stuy with some surprisingly good food. The menu changes often, but they always play early 2000′s R&B.
Loring Place is an upscale Greenwich Village spot that should please just about everybody.
ROKC is a restaurant serving ramen and oysters, but this place is all about the cocktails, which get served in lightbulbs and conch shells.
Yves has good atmosphere, we'll give it that. But if you're looking to spend money on dinner in Tribeca, there are much better options.
El Almacén is an affordable, crowd-pleasing, quality restaurant you would not expect to find on top of the Bedford L stop.
When it comes to FiDi, Augustine is pretty much as good as it gets. Think Balthazar, but for bankers, and with somewhat better food.
Union Square Cafe is a classic New York City restaurant having it's second life in a new space. The good news? It's still as good as ever.
Laut is a Thai/Malaysian/Singaporean restaurant just off Union Square, and it's a good, casual pace to try something other than your usual noodles.
Faicco's is an incredible Italian deli that's been open since 1900, and their chicken cutlet sandwich is unbeatable.
Mayfield is the neighborhood place you wish you had in your neighborhood. Unless you live in Crown Heights, in which case it's in your neighborhood.
Chinese Tuxedo is a beautiful and fun Chinatown restaurant, but the food isn't that memorable.