Try the sherry cobbler. Bar mgr Dan Greenbaum adds raspberries muddled w/ a wedge of lemon & a splash of simple syrup to Lustau Dry Amontillado sherry. It’s one of our #100best dishes & drinks of 2011 Read more.
Order a Sixth Street cocktail, which calls on the complex spices used at the Indian restaurants lining E 6th St. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Try the toasted coconut cake, an exceptionally moist, fat-crumbed white cake. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Try the rich beer-braised-tongue tacos. The soft, shredded meat is slow-cooked with Negra Modelo, bacon and chorizo. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Try the Grapefruit Givré, stuffed with rose-scented loukoum and topped with flossy halvah cotton candy and black-and-white sesame tuile. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Try the seasonal Halloween Sandwich, a monster mash-up of short rib braised with garlic, jalapeño & onion, plus sweet potatoes & melted marshmallows. It’s one of our #100best dishes & drinks of 2011. Read more.
Try the delicate cassis macaron, two almond-based meringues encasing a luscious cream filling that’s brightened with tart cassis. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Try the rib eye. The luscious beef gets an overnight bath in soy and an expert sear to tease out its umami richness. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Drink the refreshing Greenmarket Melonball. The orange-tinged tipple is one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Try the sausage polenta. Creamy polenta is stocked with white pepper & Parmesan, spread w/ pork-sausage ragù & capped w/ bread crumbs & melted stracchino. It’s one of our #100best dishes & drinks 2011 Read more.
Try the Hawaiian-style shaved ice with a sweet kiss of condensed milk andtoppings, including mochi, diced kiwi and homemade brownies. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Try the luminous blood-orange doughnut: stretchy, yeasty dough, slathered with a tart citrus glaze and crowned with a candied slice of the fruit. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Try the steamed-to-order shrimp-and-snow-pea-leaf dumplings, packed with minced shrimp, flecks of scallions and bright, fresh snow-pea leaves. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Loved this place. Total surprise. Fun sushi conveyor belt. Shrimp tempura taco amazing. Great appetizers. (4 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more.
When health food doesn't cut it, skip the egg white whole-wheat wrap and head down to Chipsy for some fried Oreos. Made with pancake batter, Oreo cookies and cream, Nutella and powdered sugar on top. Read more.
Try the harissa honey-roasted chicken sandwich. It comes with sweet roasted peppers, melted manchego, and preserved-lemon mayo, and is one of our 101 Best Sandwiches in NY. Read more.
From Thrillist: "Each piece of poultry perfection is marinated in fish sauce & palm sugar, deep-fried, then tossed in garlic and caramelized Phu Quoc fish sauce." Read more.
Try the Carne Asada taco here, the tender cubes of rich flap steak are seasoned with a secret spice blend. It's one of NYC's 26 best tacos! Read more.
Try the Mac and Chicharrón, a double dose of pork with a silky mix of American and cheddar cheeses, spiked with spicy sambal. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Recommended dishes: Eggs, guacamole, chicken wings, lomo saltado, ropa vieja, arroz con pollo, roast pork, chocolate cake with dulce de leche buttercream. Read more.
There’s a “borscht salad” of beets and goat cheese accompanied by fingerling potatoes and artichokes, and airy knishes laced with house-cured pastrami. Read more.
Mr. Ansel's interpretation of a Paris-Brest uses soft caramel, chocolate ganache and peanut butter cream. "It looks like a French classic," he said, "but it tastes like a Snickers bar." Read more.
Barbecue is a cornerstone of cheap eatin’, and there’s no better spot for carnivorous feasting on a budget than Hugh Mangum’s packed East Village smokehouse (TONY’s pick for best new 2013 BBQ joint). Read more.
Zucker Bakery has gone and created the king of all Thanksgivukkah dishes: the Thanksgiving Donut. Read more.
Barbecue maestro Hugh Mangum's West Village branch of Mighty Quinn's has opened. Come up to the counter, place an order, jockey for a chair or stool and eat. For the first time wine, is on the menu! Read more.
Ryan Sutton's 1 star review: "Try the bone marrow and suet-laced burger; it sports a soft, pate-like texture and a gentle, dry-aged funk." Read more.
In addition to the signature duck, guests can order new items like shrimp-stuffed shishito peppers, oxtail dumplings, foie gras & strawberry tarts. Guest pay $65 a head for a poultry feast. Read more.
Check out Norma's as it was featured on Unique Sweets for Frankencrispie: part brownie, part cookie and part cereal bar, this sweet combo will zap some life back into your tastebuds Read more.
We featured Malverne Pastry Shop and other stores in our guide for "Great food shops on Long Island!" Read more.
We featured Buttercooky Bakery in our guide for "Where to find cupcakes" on Long Island! Read more.
Try the peppery mac & cheese or the creamy chicken and dumplings. For a treat, try carrot cake with delicate cream-cheese frosting is not overly sweet and has hearty chunks of carrot. Read more.