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Twenty-five excellent, unpretentious neighborhood watering holes you’ll wish were in your own neighborhood.
Where to find the best brisket, from smoky slabs to burnt ends.
You could try a spaghetti sandwich, for instance.
Cuban cocktail bars, subterranean skeeball lounges, boozy movie theaters, and more.
“It’s almost like kimchee, but it’s not spicy, it’s punchy,” explains executive chef, Jae Lee.
The Hawaiian raw-fish salad is our newest bowl food.
Where to find bottomless brunches, unlimited sushi, and more.
Pound an 80-proof milkshake. Or a spiked snow cone. Or a frozen Red Bull-and-vodka.
Where to go when you truly want to feel transported to a different, possibly more romantic era.
There really are excellent bars within a ten-minute walk of the major houses — these are the five best.
Six great spots for spontaneous revelry.
These are the spots that don’t charge a cover, but nevertheless offer a great way to listen to some saxophone or banjo while you sip your drinks.
Saucy ribs, fall-apart-soft brisket, and all the traditional accompaniments.
The neighborhood still has New York’s most vibrant nightlife scene, and these are the six most charming bars in the area.
Where to go when you need to pour your heart out into the microphone.
After so many bars — and about a zillion tallboys — later, the author’s romanticism for dives has only been heightened.
A (possibly controversial) ranking of the city’s dingiest, gnarliest, most glorious
Your New Year’s resolution is to eat more fish, but which ones?
From ice-skating and grilled cheese in Prospect Park to a sit-down catered dinner in the Strand’s rare-book room.
You’d be hard-pressed to find jin som mok anywhere else in the city.
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