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Okonomi Does Williamsburg Proud with Waste-Free Japanese Lunch and Exotic Ramen Dinner

Okonomi Does Williamsburg Proud with Waste-Free Japanese Lunch and Exotic Ramen Dinner

Welcome to Eating Japanese, a series in which Eater Editorial Producer Kat Odell explores the city's collection of unsung Japanese restaurants and bars. Up this week, Okonomi, a tiny,.

Joseph Leonard // West Village

Joseph Leonard, West Village, New York City (Waverly)

Café Moto // South Williamsburg

BentoBox offers restaurants beautiful, mobile friendly websites that drive revenue and customers — complete with a simple, hospitality-focused management system, hosting and exceptional customer support.

Cherche Midi is so good with beef that even the best main courses may register as a half step like this roasted chicken breast. (Ben Russell for The New York Times)

Restaurant Review: Keith McNally’s Cherche Midi

Cherche Midi may be Keith McNally’s most thorough repudiation of the downtown scene and current dining trends of the six restaurants he operates.

Pasar Malam: The menu prominently includes Thai and Indonesian dishes in addition to Malaysian, such as you might find in a food court in Singapore, where every stall has its own narrow specialty.

Pasar Malam Brings Malaysian Hawkers' Fare to Brooklyn

Pasar Malam: The menu prominently includes Thai and Indonesian dishes in addition to Malaysian, such as you might find in a food court in Singapore, where every stall has its own narrow specialty.

Semilla // Williamsburg

Rooty, Roasty Tasting Menu at Williamsburg’s Semilla

Semilla // Williamsburg

Bloody Mary Brunch Bar | Amali, New York, NY

Sopra, a new dining concept located in what used to be a large apartment above the Upper East Side Mediterranean restaurant Amali, is pretty much that.

Hamachi crudo at Cherche Midi. Photo by Paul Wagtouicz

Cherche Midi

You always know what you’re getting from a Keith McNally restaurant: a stylishly gritty-yet-gentrified neighborhood, crowd-baiting, comfort-zone cooking,

Al di La // Park Slope

Enduring Eats: 5 Brooklyn Restaurants That Have Stood the Test of Time - Brooklyn Magazine

Shane McBride is one of two chefs sharing the work at Cherche Midi. Daniel Parilla is the other. (Ben Russell for The New York Times)

Restaurant Review: Keith McNally’s Cherche Midi

Cherche Midi may be Keith McNally’s most thorough repudiation of the downtown scene and current dining trends of the six restaurants he operates.

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