Shrimp Ceviche and the Fish Taco were both superb. You also must must try the Cacahuate (Peanut) Salsa, I'm obsessed.
New seafood taco spot from the Los Tacos No. 1 crew. The fish taco and spicy shrimp taco are great. You can skip the crowd in Chelsea Market and enter right on 15th St.
Perfect fish tacos, an innovative selection of table salsas, a Clamato michelada that will blow your mind, and all of it dirt cheap.
Try the pretzel-dusted calamari for pops of fun, and the crab toast with lemon aioli, always shocking with its generous heaping of crab: Read more.
It’s not only the best place to catch the ‘vegetables are the new meat’ trend, it’s one of our favorite restaurants of the year. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more.
Taste the wages of someone else’s sin: Healthy, haute-organic food that happens to be great, from the prolific Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Read more.
Super fun place. Get there early for lunch and dinner or you'll have anywhere from a 15 minute wait to a 2 hour wait. Staff are friendly, quick and efficient. Ramen as pretty good too.
Headed to see a show at nearby Webster Hall, Mercury Lounge, or Irving Plaza? Hit up this place for crazy good ramen and out of this world pork buns.
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.
One and a half hours of Happy. Their Long Island $1 Oysters are hugely popularly. Also loved the clam chowder. Reasonable portions for the price paid & attentive + polite servers. I am a happy camper!
the happy hour and a half, with $1 oysters and $7 cocktails, is one of my favorite in new york. (try the oyster shooters!)
Free pudding at the end of your meal!
Very cute and cozy brunch place. Get the egg sandwich and pick your bread of choice!
Sit by the window, look at the puppies in the pet store across the street. Ask them to cook you one.
Still in its youth, Joseph Leonard is already essential to the neighborhood. Gabe Stulman's tiny neighborhood spot puts out a great vibe and even better food. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Blood orange mimosas for brunch, try the oxtail stuffed peppers, lamb meatballs, or croquettes. Can't go wrong.
Get the pimentos de padron. They're like chips--hard to eat just one!
Three words: Bacon-wrapped dates. Maybe that's technically two words. But either way - GET THEM.
Amazing place. Just remember to turn off your cellphones when inside :)The beers are cold, the food is hot and the comedy is incredible.
Best comedy club in NYC. Every time I've gone a big name shows up to surprise the crowd with a set (like Louis CK, Damon Wayans &Colin Quinn). Always a fun time.
If you've never been to a comedy club, make sure you come here for your first time. Great talent in a fun and interactive environment. Big name comics often do sets on any given night too!
The prime rib was heavenly! The lobster bisque was great. All in all a memorable experience!!
If you want the real New York-style steakhouse, it helps to actually do it in New York. You really can’t do any better or more authentic than Keens. – Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations Read more.
Are you in the pub? You have to be in the pub. Request that move now. Order the mutton chop. All’s well.
View definitely amazing, I enjoyed it with my margarita and great salsa trio.
You must pee here. Best bathrooms in the city. Come here when you want an elegant lounge-ey night.
Get an ego check at this rooftop hot spot, which boastsone of the toughest doors in N.Y.C. If you do make it onto the 18th floor,check out the bathrooms—for the amazing views of lower Manhattan.