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  1. Matzoh ball soup at Empire Diner (Photo: Dalita Keumurian)

    Matzoh Ball and Marrow Soup at Empire Diner

    When temperature fluctuations have many New Yorkers feeling fluish, there's no better time for a dose of Jewish penicillin, aka a good, honest chicken soup. Chef Amanda Freitag' s version at Empire Diner ...
  2. Shake Shack burger (Photo: © Evan Sung)

    Cheap Eats NYC: $5 Lunch in the Financial District

    The Financial District can feel like something of a food wasteland -- particularly if you're looking for anything other than generic deli sandwiches or crazy-pricey takeout. But cheap eats exist, if you know where to look for them. Here are four ...
  3. Big Apple Barbecue Block Party

    Get Your Big Apple Barbecue Block Party ‘FastPass’ Now

    The Big Apple Barbecue Block Party, an annual weekend celebrating all things barbecue in Madison Square Park, will return June 7 and 8 for its 12th year-- and the highly coveted "FastPasses" are on sale today at noon ...
  4. The Roost (Photo: Courtesy of The Roost)

    Now Open: The Roost

    The ideal neighborhood hangout is an elusive creature, but The Roost, a combo coffee shop-drinking den recently opened on Avenue B, is just the sort of place we need more of in New York City ...
  5. Dead Rabbit (Photo: Courtesy of Dead Rabbit)

    3 NYC Bars that are Defining What a Next-Generation Irish Pub Should Be

    Forget the Irish bar of yore. At the next generation Irish bar, thirsty guests should expect a fine cocktail alongside a pint of Guinness. These new-fangled watering holes are keeping all the best qualities of the quintessential Irish pub ...
  6. Lesso Misto at Hearth

    Lesso Misto at Hearth

    If we had to invent a reason to keep winter around, then Marco Canora’s lesso misto, a hearty assortment of meat ($32) would be it. Short rib, cotechino (pork sausage), veal tongue and chicken thigh are boiled (lesso) until tender ...
  7. Murray's (Photo: Courtesy of Murray's)

    Splurge or Steal? 4 Show-Stopping Egg Sandwiches in NYC

    The classic combination of eggs, cheese and perhaps bacon or sausage stuffed between bread is the ultimate hangover cure and a sure-fire way not to be hungry until lunch. The breakfast sandwich is omnipresent in New York City, ...
  8. Beef tripe at Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles (Photo: Jason Lam of Me So Hungry via Flickr/CC)

    Cheap Eats NYC: $5 Lunch in Chinatown

    If there's a single Manhattan capital of cheap eats, it has to be Chinatown. The neighborhood's noodle shops, dumpling counters, dim sum restaurants and street carts of all sorts mean that an affordable meal is never far away. Here are five lunches for $5 or less ...
  9. Dip into Bo's fried alligator (Photo: Courtesy of Bo's)

    Alligator at Bo’s Kitchen & Bar Room

    It's Fat Tuesday, y'all! In honor of the festive tradition of Mardi Gras, go "full gator" at this Flatiron spot, where the Big Easy meets the Big Apple. The showstopper float on the menu parade here: chunks of tail meat ...
  10. Chesnut tagliatelle at A Voce (Photo: Evan Sung)

    Chestnut Tagliatelle at A Voce Madison

    The kitchen at A Voce Madison was Andrew Carmellini’s landing ground just after he left Cafe Boulud, and then Missy Robbins put it on the Michelin map with a star during her term behind the stoves. In fall 2013, ...