GUIDE: New York

As Seen on TV


    ABC Kitchen + Cocina

    Multiple Locations:
    Union Square, Union Square

    Cuisine: American, Latin American, New American


    Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s ABC Kitchen and ABC Cocina share the same distinctive, whimsical-meets-chic aesthetic, seasonal market inspiration, and thoughtful, just-a-bit quirky ethos. READ REVIEW


    El Colmado

    Gotham West Market, 600 11th Ave.

    Hell's Kitchen

    Cuisine: Spanish


    With snappy service and superb Spanish-style tapas, this bustling counter is the kind of place where one can pop in and out of for lunch or make a night of it at dinnertime. READ REVIEW


    Osteria Morini

    218 Lafayette St.


    Cuisine: Italian


    When you serve food this good and wrap it in the country finery of a Tuscan farmhouse, you have what some might call an award-winning formula. READ REVIEW



    359 Sixth Ave.

    West Village

    Cuisine: Bar, Spanish , Tapas, Wine Bar


    The New York Times calls Tertulia “Great fun: a casual Spanish gastropub that sees its roots in the cider bars of northern Spain." READ REVIEW


    The Gander

    15 W. 18th St.


    Cuisine: American, New American


    At this bar room and dining room in the Flatiron, acclaimed chef Jess Schenker (Recette) pairs his exquisitely refined technique with a trademark dedication to progressive American cuisine, all backed up by one of the best wine lists in the city. READ REVIEW


    The National

    557 Lexington Ave.

    Midtown East

    Cuisine: American, New American


    This David Rockwell-designed hit offers a quiet cool you won’t find elsewhere in Midtown. Small bar tables, round leather banquettes and black and white checker tiling turns an otherwise culinary wasteland around with this booming palatial bistro. And the food matches the vibe. READ REVIEW