If all you want to do is sleep, this isn't the place. But if background music, mood lighting and a foot massage sound like helpful additions to your nap, then you'll be nodding off in no time. Read more.
Try one of the daily lunch specials, which are made in limited quantities of 30 orders or less. Diners with room for dessert may want black sesame crème brulee or coffee Jell-O. Read more.
An evening of charm on a dreamlike West Village corner. Owner/chef Joey Campanaro's meatball sliders are legendary. Try it for a date: there's a reason regulars call it "the closer." [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Try the Stamina Soba, which combines savory and briny seaweed-bonito stocks and features pork belly, scallion and a plump ginger-chicken meatball. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
PHH is a “country café” specializing in a fried chicken varietal offering faves like cornmeal-fried okra, crispy oyster po’ boys, low-country rice, black-eyed peas, and grits. Read more.
An aluminum-sided greasy spoon. The food is excellent, the vibe is pitch-perfect Williamsburg, and while supplies last, their rib-eye steak is as good as anything at Peter Luger. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.