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  1. Vietnamese Crepe at Bricolage (Photo: Bricolage)

    Vietnamese Crepe at Bricolage

    The Vietnamese have a way with words when it comes to cooking. The beef dish, bo luc lac, for example, is named after gambling dice, for its small square cut and their “tossing” within a wok. Tanguyan are confections so light, they are known ...
  2. Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: February 2015

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: February 2015

    It’s cold. That’s old news. What’s headline-worthy these days: Never A Dull Moment in the NYC Restaurant Scene! ...
  3. By the Glass at the Upholstery Store: Food and Wine (Photo: Upholstery Store)

    Raise a Glass: By the Yard at Upholstery Store

    After a stylish metamorphosis, Upholstery Store: Food and Wine seduces with exposed brick, a cozy window nook and pops of sultry blue. ...
  4. Sample New York suds around the city (Photo: Steven Guzzardi/Flickr CC)

    Top 5 Made-in-New York Beers — And Where to Drink Them

    Ideally, you’ve spent the last few days sampling a plethora of craft brews at New York City Beer Week. But even if you didn’t snag a ticket to one of these formal tastings, ...
  5. Ponchiki at Duet Brasserie (Photo: Duet Brasserie)

    Ponchiki at Duet Brasserie

    It’s too cold to stand in line for Cronuts. So have ponchiki ($14) instead. These traditional little Russian donuts were likely the inspiration for Munchkins. At Duet, a lushly creamy dulce de leche not only fills the quintet of rounds, it adds a ...
  6. Brooklyn Brewery (Photo: Langille/Flickr CC)

    Top 5 Events at NYC Beer Week

    Bring on the beer. The New York City Brewers Guild’s 7th Annual New York City Beer Week (through March 1), is hosting events, parties, tastings and more across the city. ...
  7. Tacos al Pastor at Empellon al Pastor (Photo: Daniel Krieger)

    5 Top New Mexican Restaurants in NYC

    For the record: New Yorkers are tired of hearing how much better the Mexican food is in LA or Chicago or the entire state of Texas. ...
  8. Dim Sum Go Go (Photo: Mojoaxel/Flickr CC)

    5 Delicious Dim Sum Restaurants in Chinatown

    Manhattan’s Chinatown will become party central when Chinese New Year kicks off, with continuous festivities bookended by the annual firecracker ceremony in Sara D. Roosevelt Park ...
  9. TY Bar at Four Seasons New York (Photo: Four Seasons New York)

    5 Top Spots to Watch the Oscars in NYC

    Sometimes, all you crave when watching the Oscars are pajamas and pizza. But this year, abandon the comfort of your armchair and gape at those bejeweled celebrities strutting down the red carpet amid a more festive setting. ...
  10. Duck wings at Tijuana Picnic (Photo: Paul Wagtouicz/Courtesy of Tijuana Picnic)

    Duck Wings at Tijuana Picnic

    With temperatures plummeting to the single digits, New Yorkers have heat on the brain. Aside from layering up when trekking the icy streets in search of a meal, picking the right restaurant to warm the bones is essential. Good thing ...