Cotto Wine Bar kicks off monthly wine dinners to showcase its revamped regional menu and wines from the old country
Marcia Selden Catering
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Eastend jazzes up its Sunday brunch menu
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So much wine, so little time. Here, a few experiences not to be missed
After all, it’s always five o’clock in Napa
For his second act in town, Chef Rui Correia delights diners with the fresh and bold flavors of his native Portugal. And yes, seafood plays a starring role.
Tucked behind the Avenue, Back 40 Kitchen is home to a new chef who brings as much beauty as flavor to his creations
Quick and convenient but with farm-fresh ingredients, Dig Inn delivers healthy food with big flavor
Sleek design and creative interpretations of the classics make Tredici North a standout among Italian eateries.
Whether you’re trying to get your kids to eat healthier, looking for a guilt-free dessert or avoiding processed foods, Paleo Passion Foods has an answer to your cravings.
What happens when “alternative” foods taste as good or better than mainstream?
Don’t know a Brunello from a Barolo? No worries, John Freitas is your guy
Five local pubs to cheer the Irish
Table 104, serving authentic Tuscan specialties that satisfy all cravings for the real deal
Five Sparkling Wines for Any Occasion
Café 47: A gourmet hideaway that serves an elegant lunch, tea or dinner with a side of treasure hunting
Judy’s Bar + Kitchen and Fortina whet our whistle
The Granola Bar serves up sophisticated, tasty and quick options for breakfast and lunch
Advice on ice, fab signature drinks and cool bar tools
Dig into Asian comfort food and cool cocktails at Mecha Noodle Bar
Cask Republic welcomes customers with its cool tavern-style ambience, sophisticated comfort-food fare and fine brews
Tasty summer fun in NYC
WUJI Restaurant brings a new and lighter take on classic Chinese cuisine, with a menu comprised of organic, pure, and natural food.
When work isn’t work, great things happen
Chili dogs and fries may not be so bad for you after all. Just ask 102-year-old Michael Chiappetta