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100 Blocks, 100 Bites: A Must-Try Dish on Every Street - Zagat

100 Blocks, 100 Bites: A Must-Try Dish on Every Street - Zagat

Runner & Stone | Bakery and Restaurant  285 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

Runner & Stone | Bakery and Restaurant 285 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

Malai Marke Fine Indian Cuisine in New York by Shiva Natarajan 318 East 6th Street New York, NY 10003 (212) 777-7729

Malai Marke Fine Indian Cuisine in New York by Shiva Natarajan 318 East Street New York, NY 10003

NYC's Best Sushi Places

BLUE RIBBON SUSHI / NY This Soho staple is serious about sushi: Fish is flown in from Japan and listed by its ocean of origin.

Dover // Carroll Gardens - nymag voted it one of 12 best new restaurants

Restaurant Review: Dover in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn

The cooking at Dover, French in spirit, aims to steer clear of the Brooklyn clichés.

It's time to update the Eater 38, your answer and ours to any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant?" This highly elite group covers the entire city, spans myriad cuisines and...

The 38 Essential San Francisco Restaurants, January 2014

38 Essential Chicago Restaurants: This highly elite group covers the entire city, spans myriad cuisines and collectively satisfies all of your restaurant needs.

It's hard to keep a secret in New York for very long. Here's a guide to ten restaurants and dining rooms that are hidden, hush-hush, on the DL, or completely inaccessible to most diners. 10) Ramen...

A Guide to New York's 'Secret' Restaurants and Dining Rooms

A Guide to New York's 'Secret' Restaurants and Dining Rooms - Eater NY

Lupolo asual Portuguese restaurant centers around an enormous U-shaped bar, from which flow unusual beers, plus wines, ports, and madeiras. The food is more rustic than at his Michelin-starred Aldea, and meant to be shared.

Lupulo, the second restaurant of Michelin-starred George Mendes, is inspired by the famed cervejarias, or breweries, of Lisbon.

Good to have handy indeed: The 10 Best 24-Hour Restaurants In NYC (according to Gothamist).

There are plenty of restaurants that stay open all day and all night, satisfying a New Yorker's need to shovel pre-prepared food into their mouths on command.

Try something new and adventurous (as far as food goes) at Khe-Yo, a Laotian spot right here in #Tribeca!

Crunchy Coconut Rice with spicy kaffir lime sausage and baby iceberg

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