Great breakfast, great people watching, great scene. Love it! Anna Wintour of Vogue is spotted here very often and last time I was there, I saw Christy Turlington eating fries!Killer Sunday brun Read more.
Try the Pescado a las Brasas taco, available at the sit-down café and takeout taqueria. It's one of NYC's 26 best tacos! Read more.
Get the $125 tasting menu here for bites like tableside antipasti and Mark Ladner’s legendary 100-layer lasagna. One of our fav Italians from Where to Eat 2011! Read more.
Beware: they only take same-day reservations, and the lunch crowd must wait five to 30 minutes in the front room. Complex $13 Ramen concoctions include the popular Akamaru and the Shiromaru. Read more.
Don't be intimidated by GQ magazine's labeling of The Smile as "The White-Hot Center of New York Cool." This basement cafe is welcoming and casual. Try the roast-beef sandwich ($11.50). Read more.
Anita Lo’s $95, seven-course tasting menu is one of the best, says Adam Platt. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more.
Along with Daisy May's, Dinosaur tops the category of Best BBQ in New York. Waits are epic, as are the ribs. Be aware that outside tables are first-come first-served. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Dude, it's Momofuku Ssam—arguably chef David Chang's best work, and certainly his most varied. A recent kitchen restaffing brings fresh life to the menu. Order the buttermilk. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Rare, exclusive, niche, and hard-to-find fragrances are the name of the game at this Crosby Street store, which also carries skincare, haircare, and bath products. Read more.
Although the menu includes many lighter options, Fedora is really the place to go when you want to indulge a bit. Every night here feels like a party, and the kitchen is open late. Read more.
Bill Addison's review: "Apri Bloomfield speaks in beef tongues. That comes through in her overt dishes, including the famous fried pig's ear with its lash of mustardy lemon-caper dressing." Read more.