385 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013
On the corner of Greenwich and North Moore sits Yvez, a classic American bistro. The restaurant was opened by Matt Abramcyk and Akiva Elstein, the team behind Navy and Smith …
463 W Broadway
There are several ways to describe Sadelle’s- bagel bakery, neo-appetizing store, and bistro from baker Melissa Weller and the Major Food Group. There will be a lot more than bagels, …
181 West 10th Street
Feeling more like an elegant "bobo" (bourgeoise/bohemian) dinner party than a traditional restaurant, it's a perfect spot for a date or a group celebration.
280 Bowery, New York
Cherche Midi is Keith McNally doing what Keith McNally does best: a downtown New York take on the classic French bistro.
24 5th Avenue
The folks at Claudette deserve applause for having given fresh life to a frequently shuttered address; transforming it into a light filled, airy space with French country accents.
Russ & Daughters Cafe
127 Orchard St.
For the first time in a century, smoked salmon hounds can sit down and enjoy their R&D lox at one of the luncheonette-style counter stools.
230 W 4th St
Influenced, but not limited by authenticity, Empellon’s menu strays far from the average downtown Mexican joint.
5 King St
The food menu leans vaguely Italian and is devoid of the usual constraints of “appetizer” and “main course,” divided instead into raw bar, pasta and small plates.
Jack’s Wife Freda
244 Lafayette St
Jack’s Wife Freda is a comfortable, casual eatery that is pleasantly buzzing (if not totally jammed) almost any time of day.