Recommended: Scrumpets, onion soup, Caesar salad, terrines, lamb burger, pork belly, pig's foot, fries, cabbage and bacon, sticky toffee pudding, Eton mess. Read more.
Patrons tend to start out with a plate of slender, sugar-crusted churros with melted dunking chocolate ($10), but diners might do just as well splitting the brioche French toast ($12). Read more.
A sunny & modernly decorated spot that serves Dutch specialties like bitterballen - a braised oxtail croquette with mustard relish, & hete bliksem, crisp taters with bacon, apple & stroop syrup. Read more.
Check out the latest offering from the Freeman's folks for an accessible, all-day menu of egg dishes like the Yosemite (poached, with succotash), and the inventive “build-a-biscuit” program. Read more.
On weekends, $20 scores you two hours of all-you-can-drink boozing (even Fosters and Moo Juice cocktails—fruity concoctions served in baby bottles—are fair game). Read more.
West Village homage to the chigres of northern Spain, complete with wine on tap, cider served right from the barrel and regional eats. Read more.
Marcus Samuelsson’s ode to southern down-home cooking is Harlem’s most ambitious opening in decades. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more.