Spreading the deep-fried taco love.
Chef Scott Anderson offers diners 20-course tasting menus at his Princeton restaurant Elements.
Yes, there will be grilled chicken.
It's backed by one of Manhattan's most successful restaurateurs and inspired, in part, by stylishly seasonal cafés like Dimes.
The beloved slice joint now has a location on Bedford Avenue.
Whopcorn: buttered popcorn that's steeped in a sweet-cream base and has Whoppers folded into it.
Like pasta with smoked bone marrow and clams, and fluke with uni and mulberries.
The East Village market is like a pint-size, south-of-the-border Bklyn Larder.
It's located in Nomad, on Broadway and 26th.
Kenta Goto will open Bar Goto with a distinct focus on Japanese-influenced cocktails and an entire menu section devoted to okonomiyaki.
The pub is serving its iconic burgers downtown starting today.
Fans had noticed a decline, but Kanlaya Supachana is now cooking at 293 Van Brunt Street.
At their just-opened follow-up to the Commodore, Stephen Tanner and Chris Young are ditching queso in favor of nachos, barbecue, Mission-style burritos, and frozen mojitos.
There's strawberry sorbet, a broccoli salad, and a vegetarian Sloppy Joe.
This is the Meatball Shop co-owner's first independent project.
He's set up in the former Dirt Candy space.
The alum of the Modern is serving a prix fixe dinner menu for $98.
It's now open on MacDougal Street.
It requires an entire day of prep and traditional molds that had to be smuggled from India. It can be yours for $6.
It's a 16,000-square-foot "multi-use space" from the guys behind the hugely popular Mister Saturday Night.