If you haven't had the turkey sandwich at lunch here, you're missing out big-time. Featured in Cheap Eats 2011! Read more.
One of our fav desserts of the year is the rainbow sherbet here; Platt considers it Chef Alex Stupak’s greatest creation. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more.
Taste the best of Southern-fried Brooklyn at lunch here with a brisket sandwich or a hot bowl of jambalaya. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more.
Try the lemongrass caramel ribs here, which Adam Platt calls “the finest ribs (sticky, charred, infused with lemongrass and caramel) ever to be served in the vicinity of 56th Street and Fifth Avenue." Read more.
Is 2010 the year of the meatball? We picked our 9 favorites in the new Cheap Eats issue, including the grass-fed beef ones coated in falafel, served here. Read more.
Once a trendsetter, now a member of the Williamsburg establishment, Fette Sau serves up a rotating menu of pork and beef ribs that leads some to tag it as the best BBQ in NYC. [Eater 38 Member] 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.
Ferrara Bakery is a favorite of Alex Guarnaschelli on Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate. We recommend their specialty dishes, Lobster Tail & Sfogliatella. Find more tips at FN Local. Read more.