Jack’s Wife Freda

Jack’s Wife Freda is a comfortable, casual eatery that is pleasantly buzzing (if not totally jammed) almost any time of day. Read More

Sant Ambroeus – Soho

Pop in for morning coffee and a ham-and-cheese croissant, or maybe an early evening aperitivo drink. Read More

Ruby’s Cafe

Ruby’s prides itself on using fresh local produce balanced with Australian culinary influences to provide the local and international community with some of the best food, espresso coffee and drinks in the city. Read More


Based on a beachside operation in Playa del Carmen, Tacombi is the go-to for tacos at any time of the day. Read More


Estela feels most like a bar: the atmosphere is lively, the space dominated by the long wooden bar up front where walk-ins are invited to dine, while in back are booths for those with the foresight to reserve ahead. Read More

The Butcher’s Daughter

A self-described “vegetable slaughter house” in Nolita that feels light, airy, and vacation-like. Read More

The Musket Room

A great spot for large parties thanks to a courteous and accommodating staff, and with great attention to detail in the kitchen, the food is the true star. Read More

Uncle Boons

Thai food with balanced and holistic flavors providing a unifying mix. Read More

Il Buco

Il Buco began its life in the 90’s as an antique shop, selling dishware, copper pots, chairs and paintings collected from Mediterranean travels. At one point, the owners started serving midday Italian meals to their customers. The shop soon evolved into an enoteca, then a full-fledged restaurant specializing in ultra-fresh … Read More

La Esquina

Spanish for “the corner,” La Esquina looks just that: an unassuming corner on Kenmare and Lafayette Streets. But, this corner is much more than meets the eye: it’s a three-part speakeasy. To wit: From 8am to 2am, you’ll find a ramshackle counter-service taqueria hawking tacos and tortas like the Conchinita … Read More