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Danny Meyer’s Gramercy Tavern in NYC is always welcoming and serves an informal menu in the tavern room by the bar and formal dining experience in the back.
You might say world-renowned Chef Enrique Olvera cooks Mexican food. You might also say that Alice Waters cooks American food. But you’d be understating things significantly. Like Waters, Olvera is a pioneer.
Chef Dan Kluger has a thing for vegetables, and it seems vegetables may have a thing for him because they do wonderful things in his hands.
Il Buco Alimentari in New York City’s NoHo neighborhood is an Italian restaurant and bar serving up the cuisine and provisions of Italy.
Bar Sardine, a cozy gastropub on a sunny West Village corner hosts diners all day long with a menu featuring favorites like oysters, good burgers, and more.
Balaboosta restaurant in New York’s Notlita neighborhood features Israeli-Mediterranean cuisine in a warm, welcoming and intimate dining room.
After more than a 30 year run, Union Square Café still shines since reinventing itself with a new menu and location, yet staying true to its original warm and welcoming hospitality.
Israeli chef Michael Solomonov brings his celebrated Philadelphia hummus joint to Chelsea Market.
This classic New York delicatessen and Upper West Side mainstay has been serving bagels and lox for more than a century.
This lively Chinese eatery feels reckless and fun, with alarmingly boozy cocktails and a menu of unabashedly fiery Sichuan fare.
After living in Japan for years, chef Ivan Orkin brings his ramen prowess to New York with creative, silky and savory noodles.
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