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  1. Ramen at Takashi

    Ramen at Takashi

    The next time you have a hankering for some brothy noodles in the middle of the night, beef-centric restaurant Takashi is there for you. At least on Friday and Saturday it is, when it busts out its late-night ramen menu at midnight ...
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  2. al di la Trattoria (Photo: Courtesy of al di la Trattoria)

    BYOB in NYC for V-Day: 5 Restaurants to Put on Your Budget Radar

    Need to keep costs down this Valentine's Day? One strategy for going out without emptying your wallet is to skip the drinks, but that's not fun or romantic. Instead, bring your own bottle and snag a seat (along with significant savings) at one ...
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  3. Bocce's Bakery dog biscuits at Shake Shack (Photo: Evan Sung)

    Something to Bark About: 5 Bakeries in NYC with Yummy Doggy Treats

    Chances are your dog isn't one of the 3,000-plus canines strutting around the 138th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Feb. 10 and 11. But hey, that’s OK, he’s still a winner in our book, and winners deserve treats ...
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  4. Fondue at Artisanal

    Fondue at Artisanal

    Say "cheese," and you get a smile -- that's equally true whether you're posing for a photo or thinking of fondue. Heart-warming and soul-comforting at the same time, a bubbling pot of melted deliciousness is a fun way to share ...
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  5. Fraunces Tavern (Photo: Arun De Joe/Wikimedia Commons)

    Secrets of Fraunces Tavern

    No, George Washington didn't sleep here, but he was one of its most high-profile patrons. The building that houses New York City's oldest tavern was originally built as a private home -- a mansion for the prosperous merchant Stephen Delancey ...
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  6. Duck rillettes at Buvette

    Duck Rillettes at Buvette

    Every neighborhood should have its own gastrothèque, as charming little Buvette characterizes itself. Though the term is not a familiar one, we’re sure that the spot -- a slim, cozy, wine-driven bar, serving up homey, French-focused small plates that ...
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  7. Crack pie at Momofuku Milk Bar (Photo: Courtesy of Momofuku Milk Bar)

    Have Valentine’s Day Come to You in NYC: Decadent Delivery on Feb. 14

    Valentine's Day at a restaurant can be lovely, if you've got a reservation at a top spot.  At lesser restaurants, however, the meal often comes off as rushed or in the form of an uninspired three-course prix-fixe. If you believe that Valentine's Day ...
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  8. Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club (Photo: Courtesy of Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club)

    Now (Soft) Open: Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club

    If there's anything the five boroughs are lacking in, it's shuffleboard clubs. Right? Admittedly, not a thought that had crossed our minds before hearing about Royal Palms Shuffle Club, currently in soft open mode in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn ...
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  9. New and Noteworthy Restaurants (Photo of All'onda by Nathan Rawlinson)

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy New York City Restaurants: January 2014

    Traditionally a slow month for openings, January showed no signs of sluggishness this year as it brought a slew of new restaurants from some high-profile players. This month, we saw the return to the professional kitchen ...
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  10. Caviar Pie at Dover

    Caviar Pie at Dover

    Well, isn’t Brooklyn getting all fancy?! According to a study by the Council for Community and Economic Research, the borough is the second most expensive place to live in America. (Manhattan is the first). Well, if you’re going to ...
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