In the old Nuela space, a retooled South American joint.
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Plus: Shockey on Caffe Storico, Oliver Strand on Caffe Bene, and more of this week's critical reviews.
Plus: Clerkenwell will reopen as Kupersmith, a pickle festival at Peck Slip, and more neighborhood news.
Plus, more Nuelas!
Plus: Hardneck garlic is in season.
Plus: authentic Yemeni cuisine in Bay Ridge, and another take on Eataly.
Plus: Sietsema finds disappointing Chinese in Flushing, and Gael Greene at Eataly.
Forget the celery garnish: The newest crop of cocktails puts vegetables at center stage.
Má Pêche failed to thrill, Faustina is an egg, Pulino's is more famous for its bad publicity than its food.
Plus: Alan Richman raves for Eleven Madison Park, and Jay Cheshes checks out two new ramen joints.
The forces behind Sofrito and Mamajuana Cafe combine to bring a sprawling "Modern Dominican" menu.
Plus: 'inoteca's opera dinner, and a new bar from the owners of Heathers, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Douglas Rodriguez protégé Adam Schop will serve eighteen varieties of seviche, as well as a whole suckling pig.
The old Sapa gets a Nuevo Latino makeover.
Plus: Annisa to reopen this fall, and liquor-license hassles, all in our morning news roundup.
The Nuevo Latino master may not be making his Nueva York return quite yet.
Where you can now find Vietnamese sandwiches in Tribeca and watching the Euro Cup at a beer garden, in today's neighborhood food news.