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  1. Kid-Friendly Restaurants (Photo: iStockphoto)

    14 Fabulous Kid-Friendly Restaurants in New York

    Dining with kids in any city is a tough prospect, and it's certainly not easier in New York where the emphasis is on adults, restaurants put tables mere centimeters from one another and fried sardines and steak tartar are popular menu items. ...
  2. Moules Frites Charlemagne

    Moules Frites at Charlemagne

    French bistros are all the rage about town, from sprawling Lafayette in NoHo to Chelsea's humble Montmartre. The restaurant Charlemagne is the latest West Village entry into this Euro enclave. Its moules frites ($21) exemplify the spot's raison d'etre ...
  3. Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken (Photo: Courtesy of Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken)

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

    A world of flavors, from Icelandic to Jewish-Japanese, rush into town this month, while the Blue Ribbon and Pok Pok empires expand and a much-missed Michelin-starred chef makes his highly-anticipated return. ...
  4. Umami Burger (Photo: Courtesy of Umami Burger)

    Where To Get A Burger When You Can’t Get Into Umami Burger

    Ever waited three hours for a burger? That's about par for the course at Umami Burger, recently opened in the West Village (432 Sixth Ave., 212-677-8626, It's the first New York location ...
  5. The Fourth Amish chicken

    Roast Chicken at The Fourth

    Every country has its tricks for cooking the perfect chicken. The French are enamored of the rotisserie; American barbecue fanatics like to stuff the bird with a can of beer. And the Tuscans like to weigh it down with a brick before roasting. ...
  6. Vendy Awards

    Get Tickets Now for the NYC Vendy Awards on Sept. 7

    The best thing about street vendors: They're all over the city. But that's a downside, too; if you want to sample the city's best street food, there's no single place you can go. ...
  7. Summer garden at The Elm

    Summer Garden at The Elm

    Summer is slipping away, so it's prime time to enjoy chef Paul Liebrandt's market bounty at brand-new The Elm. His summer garden ($48) is not just some simple salad, however. It is a substantial, cooked entrée, composed of more ...
  8. Model Party (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret)

    Meet the Models: 11 NYC Restaurants and Bars that Attract the City’s Most Beautiful People

    There's plenty to impress the eye in New York City -- towering skyscrapers, endless art exhibitions, quaint, tree-lined ...
  9. Culinary classes (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

    NYC Cooking Classes: Learn to Cook One Dish at a Time

    It's no secret that NYC is a hub for culinary excellence, with plenty of intensive schools and classes that promise to turn a fledgling chef into a full-blown Mario Batali ...
  10. Crispy oysters The Four Seasons

    Fried Oysters at the Four Seasons

    "Before there were bagels, New York had the oyster," one-time New York Times food critic and author of Appetite City: A Culinary History of New York, William Grimes once pointed out. And before there was 11 Madison Park, Le Bernardin, ...