The Brooklyn Star is one of NYC.

1. The Brooklyn Star

593 Lorimer St (at Conselyea St), Brooklyn, NY
Southern / Soul Food Restaurant · Williamsburg · 287 tips and reviews
ABC Carpet & Home is one of NYC.

2. ABC Carpet & Home

888 Broadway (at E 19th St), New York, NY
Furniture / Home Store · Flatiron District · 93 tips and reviews
Kitchenette is one of NYC.

3. Kitchenette

156 Chambers St (btw Greenwich & W Broadway), New York, NY
American Restaurant · Tribeca · 120 tips and reviews

Downtown A.Downtown Alliance: Country meets the City here. Go banana pancake crazy. Delectable desserts. You can get our free Downtown dining guide at

4. Westville West

210 W 10th St (btwn Bleecker & W 4th St.), New York, NY
American Restaurant · West Village · 177 tips and reviews

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: Yummy seasonal market-fresh food at very reasonable prices. Definitely try the smoky mac and cheese and a big bowl of greek salad. Perfect for vegetable enthusiasts.

Tea & Sympathy is one of NYC.

5. Tea & Sympathy

108 Greenwich Ave (btwn 12th & 13th St), New York, NY
Tea Room · West Village · 139 tips and reviews

Holly W.Holly Wang: Things to try: chicken pot pie, treacle pudding, sparkling Ribena, strawberry cupcake, and afternoon tea for two!

44 & X is one of NYC.

6. 44 & X

622 10th Ave (btwn 44th St & 45th St), New York, NY
American Restaurant · Hell's Kitchen · 172 tips and reviews

BravoBravo: Where the American food looks almost as good as the waiters. -Zac Young, Top Chef Just Desserts

Cafe Lalo is one of NYC.

7. Cafe Lalo

201 W 83rd St (btwn Broadway & Amsterdam Ave), New York, NY
Café · Upper West Side · 248 tips and reviews

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: Self-proclaimed as the most famous café in NY – it was in You’ve Got Mail. Open until 2am (Fri & Sat until 4am) makes it the perfect place to go after a show or a late date. It’s a little pricey and c

Pies 'n' Thighs is one of NYC.

8. Pies 'n' Thighs

166 S 4th St (at Driggs Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Fried Chicken Joint · Williamsburg · 548 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Go for the standouts, which are fried or pies. Order the chicken meal ($11) with three crispy poultry pieces, a large flaky biscuit and mac-and-cheese drizzled with hot sauce. Read more.

Juliette is one of NYC.

9. Juliette

135 N 5th St (at Bedford Ave.), Brooklyn, NY
French Restaurant · Williamsburg · 258 tips and reviews

Gilt CityGilt City: It just might be the coziest rooftop in Williamsburg—and with as much French spoken as in Paris. The happy hours rock with joie de vivre that is inimitably Juliette.