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They’re a little Tokyo, a little New York, and a tribute to Japan’s elevation of an American art form.
The JB Melt is a sort of cross between a jianbing and the guokui pancakes chef-owner Simone Tong grew up eating in Chengdu.
Pass the guacamole.
These are the best 24-hour restaurants, for noodle-slurping, tabletop-grilling, and people-watching.
A roving rave, a hidden movie theater, and a Trinidadian brewery.
From cutting-edge vegetarian to world-famous pastrami.
Not too obvious, not too trendy, where you can meet quickly or linger as long as you’d like.
The Lost Lady is an unpretentious sister to the Wayland.
The best waterfront dining in New York, from laid-back burger spots to upscale, jackets-required fine dining.
Including Staten Island oenophiles, ’90s-Knicks fans, and dogs.
Yuan’s Guilin mi fen is satisfying and sharp, with 15 spices. The exact blend is secret — “like Coke,” says owner Jacob Ding.
The best vendors, restaurants, and concession stands on the Rockaway peninsula.
Here’s the best outdoor dining in New York — a guide to excellent patios, backyards, and porches for alfresco eating and drinking this summer.
Island Oyster and Pilot are your new seafood and day-drinking destinations.
Here, a group of truly great, mostly old-school, worth-going-out-of-your-way diners.
A ranked list of the best boozy frozen drinks to cool you down this summer, preferably in a bar backyard or on a beach-bar patio.
Some of our favorites, where you won’t be judged — and often you’ll be encouraged — for getting that third or fourth plate.
Where to go for the freshest, most inventive salads to pep up your desk lunch.
With good drinks, solid food, and a notable lack of bro culture, these are the places to go when you want to watch the game.
Where to find the homegrown soda-fountain hero made with seltzer, milk, and chocolate syrup, which purists say must be Brooklyn-made Fox’s U-bet.