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  1. Brooklyn Grange (Photo: Courtesy of Brooklyn Grange)

    6 Pioneering Rooftop Gardens in NYC — and Where to Eat Their Produce

    Over the last few years, more than a few rooftop farms have sprouted up across New York City. Mostly they're atop warehouses, which offer the square footage needed for large-scale farming, but you can also find them crowning restaurants ...
  2. Luke's Lobster (Photo: Amlamster/Flickr CC)

    5 of New York City’s Best Fish Shacks

    As summer lunches go, it's hard to improve upon a fresh lobster roll or crisp fried clams, best eaten with a water view, the salty breeze blowing by. New York can't quite compete with the romance of a roadside shack in Maine or Connecticut ...
  3. Salmon at Tavern on the Green (Photo: Courtesy of Tavern on the Green)

    Salmon at Tavern on the Green

    Last night the red carpet, black tie attire and celebrities made it all official: Tavern on the Green is back! Though it opened for a few weeks now, last night’s gala celebrated -- and sealed -- the grand debut of NYC’s most anticipated restaurant comeback of ...
  4. Sarabeth's in Tribeca (Photo: Courtesy of Sarabeth's)

    Splurge or Steal? Brunch with Sidewalk Seating

    Bud break can be an emotional moment for New Yorkers. The first sign of tulip bulbs and blossoming trees means that winter has finally whimpered to an end. With spring, comes sidewalk seating. And leisurely Saturday afternoons ...
  5. Secrets of the 21 Club

    Secrets of 21 Club

    The secret has been out for years that 21 Club was a speakeasy in the days of Prohibition, but there are still plenty of lesser-known morsels about NYC’s bastion of the Jazz Age. Opened in 1930, and named after its street address (21 W. 52nd St.), 21 Club has never actually ...
  6. Exit Strategy at Nitecap

    Raise a Glass: Exit Strategy at Nitecap

    In a classic Old-Fashioned, rye is the star ingredient. At Nitecap, the Lower East Side’s romantic new subterranean cocktail lounge, bar manager Natasha David transforms the recipe into the sultry Exit Strategy ...
  7. Brisket tots at The Gander

    Brisket Tots at The Gander

    What happens when you take adorable, crunchy tater tots and mash them up with the barbecue world’s favorite moist meat? The ultimate bar snack, aka Jesse Schenker’s brisket tots ($9). Crispy on the outside, soft and meaty on the inside ...
  8. Treats Truck (Photo: Erin L. Behan)

    In Pictures: What We Ate at Choice Streets 2014

    Who doesn't love food trucks? The only thing better than eating at a food truck is eating at a bunch of food trucks all parked in the same location, which is exactly the experience the Village Voice Choice Streets delivers. The third annual such event, this one featured 23 trucks  ...
  9. Shake Shack burgers (Photo: Maveric2003/Flickr CC)

    10 Best Burgers in NYC

    New Yorkers love their pizza, their pastrami sandwiches, their bagels, but if you stop there, you're forgetting a big one: burgers. And why not? A perfect burger is a beautiful thing -- and many a restaurant's reputations have lived ...
  10. Karaoke at Arlene's Grocery (Photo: Klara Kjellberg/Flickr CC)

    5 Best Karaoke Bars in NYC

    Karaoke and drinking -- there's no better combo. After all, not many among us can sing in front of others without a little liquid courage. And while plenty of bars will have the occasional karaoke night, these five are second to none ...