GUIDE: New York



    181 W. 10th St.

    West Village

    Cuisine: French


    creativity and comfortable nonchalance implied by the hot spot’s name is channeled into an accessible and perfectly curated dining room, amazing backyard deck, and wonderfully hip garden-floor bar. Adorned by trinkets and tomes carefully scattered on mantels and bookcases, the restaurant features small plates and market-fresh entrées that somehow manage to be subtle and over-the-top at the same time. READ REVIEW


    Boqueria Tapas Bar and Restaurant

    Multiple Locations:
    Soho, Flatiron, Upper East Side, Fort Greene, Midtown West

    Cuisine: Spanish , Tapas


    Inspired by tapas bars in Barcelona and named for the legendary market with food stalls in the same city, Boqueria opened up on West Nineteenth in 2006, with the Soho outpost following two years later. READ REVIEW


    Bo’s Kitchen & Bar Room

    6 W. 24th St.


    Cuisine: American, Bar, Creole/Cajun


    The long zinc bar in the front of Bo's is a sort of alluring beacon of what’s to come. The Big Easy looks pretty good in the Big Apple—and it tastes good, too. READ REVIEW



    246 Tenth Ave.


    Cuisine: Italian


    Don't miss the lush garden in the back of this joyful Chelsea gem where gallery hoppers feast on old-school Italian fare. Expect art industry mainstays to be holding court at one of the large tables in the back. READ REVIEW


    Brick Lane Curry House

    Multiple Locations:
    Upper East Side, East Village, Midtown East

    Cuisine: Indian


    Brick Lane Curry's reputation is predominantly based on a curry so hot it causes customers to shed tears of agony, but feel free to indulge in any of the fourteen other exquisite curries that grace the menu. READ REVIEW


    Brooklyn Cider House

    1100 Flushing Ave.


    Cuisine: Spanish

    The dinner experience at Brooklyn Cider House in Bushwick transports you to Spain. In between courses, guests take trips to the gorgeous, huge European Chestnut barrels, where the cider expert will talk you through the deliciousness that shoots from the spouts. READ REVIEW


    Partner Plate: Sponsored

    Buenos Aires

    513 E. 6th St.

    East Village

    Cuisine: Argentine/Uruguayan, Steak


    Striking a satisfying balance of refined and casual, Buenos Aires is the perfect place to catch up with friends over steak and wine. READ REVIEW



    547 Ninth Ave.

    Hell's Kitchen

    Cuisine: Pizza


    Born and raised in Brooklyn, Capizzi’s warm and friendly owner Joe Calcagno knows a thing or two about pizza. His father and grandfather were also pizza makers, and the fresh—and only fresh—ingredients put Capizzi in a league of its own, even in a pizza-obsessed city like New York. The appetizer menu offers a small selection of simple salads made with fresh, unadulterated ingredients that won’t fill you up before the main event. READ REVIEW



    401 W. 52nd St.

    Hell's Kitchen

    Cuisine: Wine Bar


    The entire staff here definitely know and love their cheese and wine. And without being preachy or pretentious, they really want you to love it, too. READ REVIEW


    Caviar Russe

    538 Madison Ave.

    Midtown East

    Cuisine: Caviar, French


    Caviar Russe is where prix fixe and à la carte menus offer a mix of New American cuisine, superfresh sushi, and of course, sublime caviar, which is integrated into many of the dishes. The entire production is luxurious but never overwhelming, and the service at Caviar Russe is unpretentiously impeccable. READ REVIEW