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This fun cowgirl-insprired dive bar is serving straight-up TexMex. Also: free black-bean dip and chips to start and classics such as chicken fried steak, smoked ribs, and enchiladas for main courses. Read more
Stop by Hanjan after 9pm to grab some super spicy ramen. All of the dishes are meant to evoke Korean street markets to embrace that comfort-food-feel. Rumor has it they have the best kimchi in NYC. Read more
Some say Luger is the greatest steakhouse in the world. Even if we can’t go quite that far, the steaks are damn good, especially the signature dry-aged prime porterhouse.
Bella Puebla offers such exotica as tacos arabes, chicken in a novel red pipian (pumpkinseed) sauce, and a fiery hot adobo de puerco.
There's really only one option: a salad starter begins every meal, followed by the signature Entrecôte steak and thin-cut fries.
Dishes are rustic or downright simple (the famed sardines and Triscuits remain a staple), but solid. Brunch is a classic in its own right, but be prepared for the wait.
The UWS location is roomier than the original, and there's a bigger menu with a Carbone-esque linguine and clams and that made-to-order mozz. All of the original sandwiches are still on the menu. Read more