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  1. The raw bar and dining room at Aquagrill (Photo: Aquagrill)

    Top 10 Seafood Restaurants in NYC

    New York City is the country’s culinary king -- and this is particularly evident in its superb array of premiere seafood restaurants. Manhattan is an island, after all. ...
  2. Chicken sandwich at Fuku (Photo: Gabriele Stabile)

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: June 2015

    From a restaurateur’s point of view, June is one of the best months to open. It allows staff to get their sea legs and chefs to hit their stride during a slight summer lull before the rush of fall and holiday season set in. ...
  3. Pescado Tatemado at Colonia Verde (Photo: Phoebe Bradford, YC Media)

    Pescado Tatemado at Colonia Verde

    Open only a little over a year, Fort Greene’s favorite Latin destination, Colonia Verde, was on fire. Figuratively and literally. Figuratively because of the instant following it cultivated, plus a James Beard Award nomination for the restaurant’s ...
  4. Burlesque at Duane Park (Photo: Duane Park)

    10 Fabulous Dinner Shows in NYC

    New York City has no lack of splashy restaurants, but some take it up a few notches by throwing in live entertainment like music, a magic show, and even a drag queen -- or ten.  ...
  5. Café Boulud (Photo: B. Milne)

    3 Great Restaurants Near the Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art delivers a feast for the eyes, but not so much for the stomach. ...
  6. Soy Barley Croquettes at Public (Photo: Public)

    Soy Barley Croquettes at Public

    You’re likely familiar with “nose to tail” dining. And nearly every restaurant claims to be “farm to table” these days. Now, NoLita’s Public formally introduces “dirt to fork” dining, via a 5-course special menu ($65). It’s a decadent, ...
  7. Pride Parade revelers outside the Stonewall Inn (Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

    5 Fabulous NYC Gay Bars to Celebrate Pride Week 2015

    As the excitement builds during New York City’s Gay Pride Week, culminating in the big parade on Sunday, June 28, 2015, there’s no better place to mix, ...
  8. Jang-Jo-Rim at Oiji (Photo: Ayla Christman)

    Jang-Jo-Rim at Oiji

    Every culture has its comfort. Americans have mac ‘n cheese. Italians have risotto. And Koreans have jang-jo-rim. At Oiji, the brand new East Village Korean restaurant, it’s the heartiest item on the menu. A dish usually served at home, it’s a rarity to see jang-jo-rim ($10) ...
  9. A diner during Camaje's Dark Dining event (Photo: Camaje)

    8 Unique Dining Experiences in NYC

    If there’s one word that defines New York City cuisine it’s diversity. And this doesn’t just apply to cuisines -- but to the settings as well. New York City abounds with unique dining experiences, ...
  10. The Vita Speziata at Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria (Photo: Amy Y. Lee)

    Raise a Glass: The Vita Speziata at Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria

    A visit to La Boîte, Israeli spice whiz Lior Lev Sercarz’s small Midtown West shop, leads to a perusal of such fresh, aromatic combinations as ...