23 Commerce St
Delicious, raw dishes with impeccable presentation.
181 Thompson St.
The restaurant pays homage to the essence of the great Italian-American restaurants of mid-20th century in New York, with familiar, comforting dishes.
230 W 4th St
Influenced, but not limited by authenticity, Empellon’s menu strays far from the average downtown Mexican joint.
235 W 12th St
The cozy space, made up of two small rooms, is a hit with the neighborhood crowd.
54 Carmine St
The airy, brick walled spot offers nightly specials that reflect Chef Price’s love of creating simple dishes with big flavors.
379 Bleecker St
Expect the best light-weight cashmere pieces money can buy, along with silk dresses, flannel blazers, and jackets.
52 Greenwich Ave
Great food, great wine, and thoughtful service add up to something much more than a typical wine bar prototype at Gottino in the West Village.
113 MacDougal Street
The menu includes the much talked-about Black Label burger, which features a blend of skirt, brisket, short rib, and a secret cut, along with simple brasserie-style dishes.
110 Waverly Pl
Leave the kids at home when venturing into the exciting Italian dining experience of Babbo, one of Mario Batali's Michelin-rated restaurants in New York.