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THE BEST PLACES TO EAT IN NEW YORK

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LLAMA INN

Outlandish Peruvian food in an indoor garden

In spite of its location in the shadow of the BQE, Llama Inn gives greenhouse vibes -- the improbably bright space is lined with a thicket of overhead greenery. Chef Erik Ramirez slings innovative Peruvian fare from an open kitchen in curious combinations: Charred octopus ceviche is tossed with roasted sweet potato, quinoa comes packed with warm banana and bacon, and clams stew in turmeric and mint.


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ANELLA

A cozy Greenpoint hideaway for rich, decadent veggie plates

Among the cascade of new restaurants on Franklin Street, Anella is easy to miss. The little place could have been plucked from a Parisian back alley, with rows of intimate two-tops, a bustling open kitchen and the sort of updated farmhouse decor that has become standard in Brooklyn restaurants. The bread is baked and served in terracotta flower pots, cocktails are garnished with fresh herbs, and the creative vegetable dishes...

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TAQUERIA EL ATORADERO

Family-owned taco counter serving innovative, Mexican-inspired tacos and burritos

Chef Denisse Lina Chavez’s El Atoradero family continues to grow with a new taqueria inside Gowanus’ Parklife venue space. The walk-up window service spot is focused on Mexico City-inspired tacos and burritos filled with chorizo, chicken tinga, lamb tongue, and other savory proteins. Also look out for those standout nachos from the original restaurant.


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THE POOL

Pricey, decadent plates savored poolside in the former Four Seasons’ space

Did you recently marry rich? First of all, mazel tov. Second, now is a great time to dine in the former Four Seasons space, where dinner will cost you your monthly rent (per person). The restaurant maintains the Four Seasons’ iconic pool in the center of the room, and offers a lavish seafood-focused menu, featuring things like caviar service, ribbons of foie gras, scampi tortellini, and a rack of lamb for two.


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OLMSTED

A South Brooklyn staple for farm-to-table fare pulled straight from its own backyard

Named after Frederick Law Olmsted and located just two blocks from the Olmsted-designed Prospect Park, this charming Prospect Heights spot comes from chef Greg Baxtrom and horticulturist Ian Rothman, both previously of Atera. The seasonal menu features light and colorful fare like grilled scallops, carrot crepes, and Long Island duck two ways, best enjoyed in warmer months in the restaurant's string light-lined garden, where...

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NUR

Contemporary Middle Eastern fare from a famed Israeli chef

Some of NYC’s most interesting Middle Eastern food can be found at this newcomer from one of Israel’s most famous chefs, Meir Adoni. Your main focus here should be on the bread (like kubaneh, a traditional Yemenite bread, and a sweet and savory honey and garlic challah) but Nur also has a great roster of shareable dishes that approach traditional dishes from a new angle -- like the smoked eggplant carpaccio and scallop sashimi....

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NORMAN

Scandinavian cafe-meets-bar-meets-bakery in a sprawling Greenpoint design space

Equal parts cafe, bar, and bakery, this Scandinavian spot (from two chefs; one from Denmark, the other from Sweden) takes up a significant portion of a sprawling Greenpoint design space. They offer a rotating seasonal menu of some of the city’s best Nordic dishes -- think ancient grain porridge and smoked salmon smorrebrod. Be sure to stop by at lunch for the daily $14 special (including an entrée and vegetable side dish with...

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MISS ADA

An update on classic Middle Eastern/Israeli eats from a NYC restaurant-veteran

From chef/owner Tomer Blechman (previous of Lupa, Gramercy Tavern, & Cookshop), this modern Israeli restaurant offers a fresh takes on traditional Middle Eastern dishes, like homemade labne, grilled octopus, and three types of hummus. Be sure to kick your meal off with a shot of vodka with pickled mushroom -- an ode to Tomer’s Russian relatives.


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LILIA

Hand-pulled pasta just like Nonna used to make in a minimalist Williamsburg venue

Lilia straddles the line between hip and comforting better than almost any restaurant in New York. You may be sitting in a packed, converted garage designed to fit the standardized Williamsburg aesthetic (metal chairs, gray banquettes, exposed wood beams, white-painted brick walls), but it's Missy Robbins' simple yet thoughtful approach to homestyle Italian cooking that makes the place feel more like your nonna’s kitchen than...

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KING

Intimate French/Italian bistro whose menu changes daily

Plopped down on the corner of the mostly non-commercial King Street is the aptly named King, a bright and airy French/Italian restaurant from co-chefs Clare de Boer and Jess Shadbolt, who met while working together at River Café in London, and GM Annie Shi, previously of London's Clove Club. The slightly upscale but totally frill-less menu changes daily, pulling inspiration from both countries for dishes like hand-cut tagliarini...

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IKINARI STEAK

A standing-room only steakhouse for devoted carnivores

The first U.S. outpost of this popular chairless Japanese steakhouse chain is the perfect alternative to a stuffy steak dinner (and a great solution for a crazed New York schedule that still demands meat). At Ikinari, steak is ordered by the gram at the counter, cut by the butcher, and served on a cast-iron platter. From there, you can grab a spot at a standing-room-only table (complete with various steak sauces).


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HOMETOWN BAR-B-QUE

Your tried and true go-to for real-deal Texas-style BBQ

Hometown is certainly a destination. Located in the far-flung Brooklyn neighborhood of Red Hook, the roadhouse-y BBQ spot offers some of the most varied meats in all of NYC -- like authentic Texas-style brisket and beef ribs, Vietnamese hot wings, and lamb belly banh mi.


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THE GRILL

Midtown’s new home for old-world power meals in the former Four Seasons space

This luxe restaurant is an homage to old New York, with a Tom Ford tux-clad staff, newly restored Philip Johnson interiors from 1959, and throwback dishes like lamb chops, New York strip, prime rib, and a daily “chilled crustacean.” Suffice to say, you probably won’t be dining here unless someone else is paying (assuming you can even get a reservation).


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FREEK'S MILL

Gowanus’ go-to for unique small plates and craft cocktails

A stylish, brick-walled space with an aromatic wood-burning oven, this oddly named restaurant is one of those seasonally driven, small-plates joints with an ample cocktail list, which seems like standard MO for modern Brooklyn -- but this one does it better than most. The open kitchen is run by Union Square Cafe alum Chad Shaner, who cranks out dishes like dry-aged duck with cranberry beans and red snapper with charred eggplant...

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FLORA BAR

An upscale -- yet unstuffy -- bar/cafe/restaurant inside the Met Breuer

Thomas Carter and Ignacio Mattos have seen plenty of success downtown with Estela and last year's Café Altro Paradiso, but the duo has proven to be most impressive uptown, at their new seafood-focused spot, Flora Bar, inside the Met Breuer. More akin to Altro Paradiso in size and Estela in menu, Flora Bar feels decidedly not Upper East Side-y. It's upscale but casual, boasting leather banquettes; a long, marble bar; and a...

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FAIRFAX

A cozy, all day cafe with small plates and wine pairings

The old Perla Cafe space on West Fourth Street has been transformed into Fairfax: another bright and homey spot from the same team, with a focus on wine and small plates (think white bean hummus with flatbread and chicken leg with jasmine rice, cilantro, thai chili vinaigrette). Stop by between 11:30am and 6:30pm for one small plate and a glass of wine for $24.


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EMPELLÓN

Alex Stupak’s Midtown flagship for innovative pastrami- and falafel-topped tacos

After years of growing his Mexican-inspired empire, with three distinct locations bearing the Empellón name, Alex Stupak has finally launched a flagship Empellón. His inventive tacos -- like one made with falafel -- are still the main draw here, but there are also plenty of snacks and large plates worth trying, like crab nachos with sea urchin “queso” and smoked black cod with a chorizo-potato vinaigrette.


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ATLA

Thrillist’s pick for 2017’s best restaurant of the year

Chefs Enrique Olvera and Daniela Soto-Innes’ follow-up to their much-lauded restaurant Cosme is a major departure from the former upscale Mexican theme. At Atla, there’s a stronger focus on casual, healthyish, and veg-forward dishes. For brunch, you can expect things like ranchero eggs and flax seed chilaquiles, while the brunch menu features ceviche verde, quesadillas, and an arctic char tostada. Most of the dishes are also...

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ATOMIX

An intimate, theatrical, high-end Korean experience

This sleek, modern, and thoroughly upscale sister to crowd favorite Atoboy is a full-on show as dinner. Ten-course meals of flawlessly plated delicacies like sea bream with uni, and eggplant with smoked eel and fermented soybean paste, are served twice nightly at the 16-seat chef’s counter. The subterranean space is an envelope of monochrome slate greige. Paper cards explaining each dish and perfectly calibrated chopsticks...

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NARCISSA

Buzzy French-American plates from a Michelin-starred chef

Like a reflection, Narcissa is made of two halves -- one, an upscale sit-down venue; the other, a buzzy, bar-like spot for pseudo-celebs on Raya dates (the cloistered backyard is a pleasant mix of the two). Beets are crisped on a rotisserie and served with apples and creamed horseradish, duck breast is lacquered in rhubarb puree, and Maine sea scallops arrive in a melange of clams and sliced chorizo. Order the carrot fries...

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OTWAY

A woman-backed kitchen and butchery from the team behind Tilda All Day

In the same spot as former venture Tilda All Day, Otway fills the pastry-shaped hole that Tilda left behind when it shuttered in 2016. The all-woman kitchen churns out baked goods and butchers whole animals with equal aplomb. Complex plates like ocean trout with peas and pickled ramps, or lemon verbena panna cotta with cape gooseberries are served in the peaceful, airy dining room.


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HER NAME IS HAN

Classic Korean plates with a soul food twist

The mission at this self-identified Korean soul food spot is to bring the flavors and comfort you’d find in a traditional Korean kitchen to NYC. With a 28-page menu, that’s a lot of flavor. Order broadly, and attentive servers will ferry a rotating selection of yuzu rice cakes topped with kabocha squash, mung-bean pancakes, and slow-cooked pork belly with kimchi and berry wine sauce. Expect to order too much -- and to finish...

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EVELINA

Market-driven neighborhood kitchen with a creative menu

Over the years, Fort Greene has become a dining destination, and Evelina is among the area’s culinary pulse points. Chef Lanfranco Paliotti (Daniel, Boulud Sud) re-writes specials daily depending on the morning’s market produce, pasta is made fresh in house, and the cocktail menu is as market-driven as the salads. Share plates of charred octopus with sliced orange and a marjoram vinaigrette, or burrata with hazelnut romesco...

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LA VARA

Michelin-starred tapas in residential South Brooklyn

Like so many buzzy dinner joints in South Brooklyn, La Vara is a storefront wedged between walkups on a tree-lined street, with a tin ceiling and exposed brick inside. The food is less expected. The kitchen serves up a menu of Michelin-starred Spanish plates with a Jewish edge: house-cured salt cod with pistachio, citrus, and pomegranate, chorizo with seared grapes, egg, and smoked olive oil, and stuffed rabbit loin with saffron...

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