It's in Williamsburg.
"We'll keep to first names for now."
It's the Goat Town reboot.
Pizza, beer-brined chicken, and more pizza.
The chef's a Danny Meyer disciple.
"Wine is fun. It has nothing to do with ego."
Why not just order all seven kinds and call it a day?
There's a lot more than just fried chicken and Champagne.
The original Brooklyn location will close while César Ramirez concentrates on the new location.
A look at the season's most anticipated spots.
The idea is to strip everything down to the bare minimum.
Two cooks, one kitchen.
Ramen churros, balsamic-boiled peanuts, and two fried-chicken sandwiches.
And they have more than 100 of them to hand out.
Over 400 kinds of candy!
Chef Mike Solomonov makes what is arguably the most delicious hummus in America.
A casual spot devoted almost exclusively to serving eggs around-the-clock.
The borough's official Shake Shack count is growing, and more are likely on the way.
The menu melds owner Thomas Chen's classic training and Chinese-American ancestry.