6,500 square feet of tacos, Veracruz-style coffee, and beetroot tortillas.
The menu includes a pie called "When Peter Luger Goes Out for Pizza."
Small-produced wines by the glass, and duck confit and chimichurri sandwiches, come to the neighborhood.
Noah Bernamoff and Matt Kliegman's wood-fired bagel operation opens tomorrow.
With a Michelin-starred chef.
Fancy salads and red-velvet cake.
Two distinctly different dining experiences within one place.
The menu will skew more American than Italian, the partners say.
The Williamsburg favorite opens its Ludlow Street location on May 7.
Fiddlehead ferns with fried salami, miso-roasted yam, and brown-butter kataifi.
"Buffalo" sweetbreads, $40 steak for two, and more.
The "Brooklyn Blend" is a little bit shio, some shoyu, and some tonkotsu.
There's a kale martini.
A new shop intends to introduce New Yorkers to real panini in a minimalist and attitude-free setting.
The restaurant has returned to its original home on Carmine Street.
The Manhattan shop marks the debut of Red Hook Lobster Pound's second brick-and-mortar location.
One brother once bought $8,000 worth of truffles to use in a very limited-edition beer.
It opens on Hudson Street tonight.