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  1. Hearts of palm salad at Telepan (Photo: Courtesy of Telepan)

    Hearts of Palm Salad at Telepan

    The giant photos -- a radish, a bundle of asparagus, tomatoes on the vine, carrots of many colors -- decorating the walls at Telepan give away what diners should be ordering from chef Bill Telepan's kitchen in the Upper West Side ...
  2. Sliders at Bill's Bar and Burgers

    Seeing the Tree at Rockefeller Center? Where to Eat Nearby

    A visit to the iconic tree at Rockefeller Center, lit for the first time this year on Dec. 4 -- and up through Jan. 7, 2014 -- is a highlight of any New York Christmas. But with its crowds and chain restaurants, this stretch of Midtown can be a frustrating place ...
  3. Exterior of Peter Luger (Photo: Courtesy of Peter Luger)

    Secrets of Peter Luger

    Any restaurant that has survived more than a century has a lot of tales to tell, and at the circa 1887 Peter Luger, history seeps from the walls, beer steins and antique wooden tabletops. Originally opened in Williamsburg as a restaurant/pool hall/bowling alley ...
  4. Village Voice Holiday Spirits

    Holiday Spirits Event: Sipping Through NYC’s Thriving Spirits Scene

    December is a cold but wonderful month in New York City. Not only are there never-ending holiday parties all over town, but the city starts to sparkle just a little bit more than usual, and even the most hardened of New Yorkers get into ...
  5. Beef Jerky at Khe-Yo (Photo: Courtesy of Khe-Yo)

    Beef Jerky at Khe-Yo

    In a city where Italian restaurants procreate like rabbits and French bistros are becoming as prevalent as Starbucks, nothing is more refreshing than the opening of a Laotian restaurant. So when Iron Chef Marc Forgione partnered with ...
  6. Pictured: Buerre & Sel's Classic Jammers and Sables, Levain's Dark Chocolate Chocolate Chip and Oatmeal Raisin, One Girl Cookies' Sadie

    Holiday Cookies You Don’t Have to Bake in NYC

    The aroma of baking cookies is right up there with freshly cut evergreen trees as among the holiday’s most delectable and nostalgic smells. But if there's no time to dust the rolling pin in flour this year, don't fret: These store-bought confections ...
  7. MP Taverna Astoria Second Floor Dining Room (Photo: Andre Baranowski/MP Taverna)

    Last-Minute NYC Thanksgiving Reservations You Can Still Make

    Maybe you planned on cooking Thanksgiving this year, but just don't have it in you; maybe you meant to make that reservation three weeks ago, but life got in the way. Fear not: Many NYC restaurants still have availability at their Thanksgiving tables ...
  8. New and Noteworthy November 2013 (Photo: Courtesy of Butter Midtown)

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy New York City Restaurants: November 2013

    This month, diners have a lot to be thankful for, with a Mission Chinese spin-off, biscuits any way you can imagine them, and a rotisserie concept from a publicist-turned-restaurateur. In fact there's so much going on, blink and you’ll miss a restaurant opening ...
  9. Salt-baked celery root at DB Bistro Moderne (Photo: Daniel Krieger/Courtesy of DB Bistro Moderne)

    Celery Root at DB Bistro Moderne

    The birthplace of the gourmet burger -- that meaty arrangement of sirloin, short rib, foie gras and black truffle ($32) -- just shook things up a bit by undergoing a complete renovation and menu revamp. Offerings are now divided into ...
  10. Union Square Holiday Market

    What to Eat at the Union Square Holiday Market

    A highlight of New York's holiday season each winter, the Union Square Holiday Market takes over a sizable chunk of the plaza's south end, with a warren of interconnecting market stalls -- representing 150 small businesses ...
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