For authentic Italian dishes served at New York speed, founder mark Ladner has nailed it as Pasta Flyer. All items are less than $10 and include ingredients from small Italian purveyors.
Tribeca hangout Tony’s offers New American fare with Southern and French influences in a rustic, dimly-lit, bi-level townhouse.
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This Mediterranean bar-like restaurant in Nolita has light salads, hearty sandwiches and mouthwatering mains in an airy setting.
Want the best burger in New York? Try the Emmy burger at Emily. With outposts in both Brooklyn and West Village, the duo may be celebrated for their pizza but order the Emmy Burger and you won’t come away disappointed.
Visiting the 9/11 museum? Head to Le District afterwards. Sold as French Savoir Faire in the heart of the Financial District, enjoy culinary-specific stations, exciting restaurants, and a fresh grocery curated by the team of talented taste-makers.
The city that never sleeps offers great views and where better to observe than at Manhatta, a smart choice for those wanting high-end dining in elegant surroundings. Think lobster, snails, foie gras, turbot, duck and wagyu beef – this is a foodie’s dream.
For a warm atmosphere, seasonal, urban Italian food and an extensive wine list have kept this popular eatery as a neighbourhood favourite.
Pure, simple seafood served straight from the source, Luke’s Lobster in Dumbo strives to support other small businesses and makes a mean lobster roll with wild-caught lobster in a split-top bun with lemon melted butter, mayo and secret seasoning.
The wood-fired fare that is served at Pasquale Jones includes skate, pheasant, pork and squash as well as good, honest pizza. From the team behind Charlie Bird, this is another success.
Located in ABC Carpet & Home, ABC Kitchen offers a farm-to-table menu in a light and airy restaurant from the celebrated Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Perfect for lunch.