A killer lobster roll, to die for mac and cheese, and dream-worthy oysters are just a few of the reasons why Bongo is one of my favorite restaurants. About two weeks after Sandy, Bongo was up and running, thanks to hard work, determination and love.
On a recent rainy night in New York City, the stars aligned and somewhere between brussels sprouts that were this side of heaven and an order of sour apple cotton candy I experienced my own slice of heaven at BLT Fish.
Here in the culturally and economically diverse Hell's Kitchen neighborhood many small businesses have closed or relocated. We have some delicious newcomers, but I want to give a shout out to the old spots in the hood.
I feel fortunate to share with you Sotto 13, an eatery specializing in an intriguing twist on Italian cuisine in the name of specialty pizzas, tapas and a full array of libations to keep everyone's spirits lifted.
As a native New Yorker transplanted to all points north and south of the Mason/Dixon Line, I always enjoy time spent in the Big Apple and I am equally unashamed to admit that some of her most iconic spots are still my favorite.
These seven restaurants made the cut as the year's best, Clean Plates-approved openings, with the tastiest and healthiest organic, local, and sustainable menus of 2012.
Even as the modern-day Big Apple excels in the ultra avant-garde everywhere from the fashion runway to molecular gastronomy to street art, the slightest nuance can send you hurtling back in time to a more classic epoch when Gotham was just coming into its own as a world city.
Thanksgiving is a day worth waiting for. But If you need a quick, Thanksgiving fix before the last Thursday in November, you can find what you're craving if you know where to look.
This pizza was sturdy yet chic, creamy yet tart, suave with a bit of a bite. A word of advice: The next time life hands you lemons? Make this.
From deep-fried pancakes soaked in syrup, to fudge-like squares garnished with edible, silver foil, South Asian sweets come in all shapes and sizes. With such delicious variety, it's too bad these confections seem to have a low profile outside of South Asia.
The restaurant industry is growing again and it is a good thing. It makes jobs for those who need them most and is a sign that American consumer confidence is improving.
Losing weight is hard enough, and being surrounded by delicious treats in a bakery doesn't make it any easier. I caught up with the lovely Sarabeth Levine, of Sarabeth's restaurants, to discuss everything from cookies to weight loss.
Food is about the friends and family we celebrate around the table, those with whom we share our time and our resources.
NYC's midtown workforce may be moving fast, but at Sprig they are eating Slow. Eating well. Eating with style.
Summer is the season for BBQ, and this summer, Texas BBQ is getting a lot of attention in New York. But there's more to Texan cuisine than BBQ, and food-forward Brooklyn is now home to New York's most recent Texan import: the Kolache.
Like other Brooklyn neighborhoods, Gowanus has seen factory spaces and warehouses repurposed as lofts and condos, and two recent additions to the neighborhood are accelerating Gowanus' otherwise gradual transformation.