261 Moore Street, Brooklyn
The most unpretentious pizza and beer joint in the neighborhood that has foodies from all over making the trek to Brooklyn.
145 Duane Street
This is one of our most favorite spots for great sushi at way more relaxed prices than some of its more self-serious sushi neighbors.
205 E. Houston St., New York, NY
Established in 1888, Katz’s is the real-deal, kosher-style New York delicatessen.
242 Mott. St., New York, NY
By day, it's the perfect spot for a latte and baked eggs. By night, we recommend you cozy up with a glass of Bordeaux and meatballs.
Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs
135 W Broadway, New York, NY
The theme and décor here reflect their love of American industrial design after World War II: exposed brick walls, pressed tin ceilings, vintage wall trimmings and a fireplace.
139 Duane St., New York, NY
Gans boasts a traditional Prussian menu with all the classics you’d expect like schnitzels, strudels, sausages and sauerkraut – masterfully done, of course.
Blue Ribbon Brasserie
97 Sullivan St., New York, NY
The unofficial after-hours hangout for chefs, waiters, bartenders and other restaurant industry insiders in search of first-rate fare.
120 Hudson St., New York, NY
Upscale comfort food includes special mac ’n’ cheeses, like the sharp white cheddar and cornflake crumb crust and potato chips with blue cheese sauce.
229 W. Broadway, New York, NY
A stone’s throw from the Tribeca Grand Hotel, this no-frills corner cafe serves gourmet brown bag fare to Tribeca's lunch masses.