Franco-Italian eatery in NoHo.
Seasonal Italian restaurant on the terrace of The High Line Hotel in Chelsea.
Asia de Cuba
Asia de Cuba serves updated takes on Asian-Latin dishes in NoHo.
B Squared NYC
B Squared NYC offers wood-fired pizzas and house-made pastas in the Theater District.
Indian fare by way of Melbourne at this sleek East Village spot.
Tokyo-based ramen outlet is a satisfying slurp of noodles and broth.
Great cocktails and small plates to go along with movies screening on the exposed brick walls.
Well-executed cuisine of Xi'an at this East Village eatery.
A Central European beer hall with hearty food to match the brews.
Big Smoke Burger
A Canadian burger joint brings the quality beef (and the poutine) to Manhattan.
Bill's Food & Drink
Chef John DeLucie treats Crown and Lion fans in Midtown.
A farm-to-table spot with a slight Italian accent.
Black Seed Bagels
Montreal's finest bagels in the Big Apple.
OPENING IN 2017 --- Anthony Bourdain's food hall will boast more than 100 food retailers.
Billing itself as a "Vietnamese gastropub," this Park Slope spot serves up Southeast Asian flavors and robust cocktails.
Broken Spoke Rotisserie
Broken Spoke Rotisserie features a rotating spit crammed with Amish chicken, heritage breed pork and other meats.
Experimental but satisfying thick-crust pizza rocks the East Village.
Buca di Beppo
Buca di Beppo recalls a neighborhood trattoria, only this eatery is located on the third floor and right on Times Square.
Vegan restaurant in Greenwich Village from chef Chloe Coscarelli.
Health-conscious, seasonal fare in Greenwich Village.
Cafe Hong Kong
Miles away --- geographically and in quality --- from fine Cantonese fare.
The Standard goes east for some all-day see-and-be-scene dining action.
A French bistro with turn-of-the-century bohemian flavor.
Chazz Palminteri Ristorante Italiano
Chazz Palminteri's homage to the Italian-American kitchen.
Chefs Club by FOOD & WINE
The menu at Chefs Club by FOOD & WINE changes periodically to feature dishes from the publication's Best New Chefs.
A luxe Gallic bistro blossoms in the Baccarat Hotel & Residences New York.
West African, Spanish and American dishes in the Bronx.
Spicy northern Thai fare in Red Hook.
This New York City Chick-fil-A location is the country's largest.
Singapore street food from chef Simpson Wong in the West Village.
British chef Jason Atherton's Big Apple debut, situated in an actual clock tower.
The cuisines of Spain and Israel intermingle at this SoHo restaurant.
Solid vegetable and meaty fare in Williamsburg.
Copper Kettle Kitchen
American comfort fare complemented by craft cocktails on the Upper East Side.
Custom-built burgers and casual dining in Times Square.
OPENING IN 2016 --- Wolfgang Puck will bring his CUT steakhouse to downtown Manhattan.
Dominique Ansel Kitchen
Dominique Ansel bakery/eatery offering morning and afternoon fare in the West Village.
Gallic eatery in Greenwich Village.
A French-American bistro hits a high note in the West Village.
The East Pole
Farm-to-table cuisine and an extensive wine list on the Upper East Side.
Porchetta sliders, pastas and more inside the gourmet food shop Eli's Manhattan.
Ella Kitchen & Bar
Bistro offering Mediterranean flavors with a hint of Latin influence.
An oasis of farm-friendly fare in Bushwick.
The Federal Bar
Gastropub fare and local craft beers in Brooklyn.
Gastropub offering a range of the namesake flights in the York Avenue neighborhood.
SoHo gastropub serving seafood, rum cocktails and craft beers.
Foragers City Table
Locavore cuisine in a Chelsea market-bistro venture.
Some serious barbecue in an unexpected Meatpacking District spot.
The Four Horsemen
Hipsters, wine lovers and LCD Soundsystem fans converge at this Williamsburg wine bar.
Chicken sandwich spot in the East Village from David Chang.
This is no mere Fuku; it's Fuku+ with an expanded menu.
Gabriel Kreuther's Alsatian artistry resurfaces at his eponymous Midtown restaurant.
A Mediterranean-meets-Latin American menu in the West Village.
All the usual Mexican dishes and a broad selection of tequilas on the Upper East Side.
GRK Fresh Greek
Quick-service Greek eatery in Midtown East.
Upscale Indian in the midst of “Curry Hill.”
Sichuan fare on the Upper West Side.
The Happiest Hour
A lively cocktail bar with burgers that rival the beverages.
Raw bar offerings and Southern fare in Brooklyn.
American comfort food with a few detours around the globe at this SoHo spot.
Healthy, seasonal and satisfying fare in the Flatiron District.
Green market-to-table American and Italian fare in the W New York - Union Square.
Jack's Wife Freda
Bright and cheery Greenwich Village spot serving feel-good fare.
Jonathan Waxman's revival of his popular '80s restaurant.
A little piece of the Lone Star State in Gramercy Park.
Pair a burger with fries and a pint of beer for a classic American meal in the Village.
Kat & Theo
New American fare with Mediterranean influences from a Per Se and elBulli vet.
Kiin Thai Eatery
Somtum Der's sibling Thai eatery for the NYU set.
Kimoto Rooftop Beer Garden
Prime Brooklyn spot for elevated Asian dishes, beer and a view of the city.
Chinese fare with a Japanese accent in the Flatiron District.
Japanese fast food that focuses on healthfulness and fresh ingredients.
Upscale, multi-province Chinese at The Waldorf Astoria New York.
A classic French bistro on the Bowery.
Modern Mexican fare (and other Latin American delights) is the star at this West Village spot.
An Italian sandwich shop that packs plenty of flavor between the bread.
La Pecora Bianca
Affordable Italian restaurant in the NoMad neighborhood.
OPENING IN 2016 --- Mario Batali and company will open La Sirena, an Italian restaurant at The Maritime Hotel.
L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon
OPENING SPRING 2016 --- Chef Joël Robuchon is bringing his eponymous restaurant to Battery Park City.
“Bar a vin” on the Upper West Side that takes its vintages and cuisine seriously.
Pastas, grilled meat and seafood from chef Missy Robbins in Williamsburg.
Louie and Chan
Italian cuisine is served amid stylish environs in Chinatown.
H.P. Lovecraft-inspired steampunk theme bar and restaurant with a well-executed New American menu.
The Lucky Bee
Farm-to-table pan-Asian eatery on the Lower East Side.
Filipino comfort food in a super-casual West Village environment.
A rustic-chic beer-centric Portuguese tavern shines in Chelsea.
This chain offers fast, healthful, nourishing fare, with no dish containing more than 600 calories.
Cocktail-centric East Village spot with noshes like bacon and fig jam toast.
OPENING LATE SPRING 2016 --- Daniel Humm and Will Guidara go fast-casual.
Italian waterfront dining in Long Island City.
The West Village outpost of the famed Parisian bakery.
Not your traditional fruit salad: healthful, fresh treats in Chinatown.
Mastro's Steakhouse chain heads to Manhattan.
Farm-inspired dining in Williamsburg.
Quality barbecued meat and all the fixings in the West Village.
Decent Middle Eastern street fare smack in the middle of the West Village.
A serious Japanese izakaya for the not-so-serious hipster set in Bushwick.
David Chang's Chelsea eatery is a Korean and Italian mashup.
A popular ramen spot in Long Island City that draws devotees from the five boroughs.
NoMo Bar mixes Old Shanghai style with modern design.
Italian fare in an airy greenhouse setting in SoHo.
Southeast Asian-style sandwiches on the go in the Financial District.
Ocean Prime in New York serves seafood in an elegant atmosphere.
Old Tbilisi Garden
Comforting Georgian fare in a cozy Greenwich Village space.
The diversity of Japanese cuisine is on display at this Village restaurant.
Diminutive space but delightful fare at this East Village taco shop.
Italian fare including pastas and sandwiches at the Upper West Side branch of the NoLIta original.
American cuisine at an open-air restaurant in Union Square.
Pies 'n' Thighs
Chicken that's finger lickin' good and pies that will tempt any sweet tooth.
The Polo Bar
Be famous or a serious mover-and-shaker to gain entry to Ralph Lauren's popular equine-themed restaurant.
Cocktail bar and nibbles to match from Danny Meyer in Chelsea.
Pye Boat Noodle Restaurant
The comfort fare and street food of Thailand in Astoria.
This experimental Philadelphia burger joint has set up shop in New York City.
Steakhouse and grill fare in the West Village.
New York's only Japanese/Tibetan restaurant.
Modern seasonal fare with a Gallic twist on the Bowery.
Brasserie-bar from the Blue Ribbon team heats up the Upper West Side.
A mecca of meat slings juicy steaks in Murray Hill.
Corner spot in the East Village for straightforward Mexican fare and strong margaritas.
Kitsch cuisine in a chic atmosphere at this SoHo spot.
Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi bring the Italian seashore to the High Line.
Schnitzels, side dishes and sauces in a friendly East Village restaurant.
The Seafire Grill
The name tells the story: expect a seafood heavy dining experience at this Midtown restaurant.
Michael Chernow of The Meatball Shop fame looks to the sea at this light and airy eatery.
Balinese cuisine without the resort fees or the jet lag.
Giulio Adriani brings his Neapolitan pies to the Upper East Side.
Italian restaurant in the SIXTY SoHo hotel.
Shu Han Ju
Decent albeit insanely spicy Sichuan food in Greenwich Village.
Song' E Napule
Salt-of-the-earth pizza and pasta dishes from Naples in Greenwich Village.
Charlie Palmer spot for drinks and small bites in Times Square’s The Knickerbocker Hotel.
Marcus Samuelsson’s chicken joint brings the party to Harlem.
A veggie burger unlike any you may have tasted at this East Village spot from chef Brooks Headley.
Northern Italian-style pizzas on Bleecker Street.
Sushi Seki Bar & Oysters
Bi-level Japanese restaurant and bar on Restaurant Row from sushi master Seki.
Movie theater and restaurant in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Tacos, Yucatan specialties and Mexican beer rule at this spot occupying the corner of Bleecker and Cornelia Streets.
Tastings Social Presents Mountain Bird
Hidden fowl-centric gem on a residential street in Harlem.
Excellent oolong tea and beyond-your-average-tea-room bites at this charming West Village spot.
Elevated Mediterranean fare on the Upper West Side.
A Mexican-Chinese mash-up on the Lower East Side.
Tikka Indian Grill
Williamsburg spot for Indian food executed in a traditional yet elevated manner.
Modern Israeli cuisine on eccentric St. Marks Place.
The flavors of northern Italy say "ciao" to diners at Torino.
Spain and the Meatpacking District/West Chelsea collide to create a trendy atmosphere and a big tapas menu.
Elevated American/fusion fare in the way-east East Village.
A Midtown meat-centric spot with an emphasis on Kobe beef.
Danny Meyer's restaurant at the Whitney Museum of American Art in the Meatpacking District is a work of culinary art.
Up on 20
A rooftop lounge on the top floor of Hyatt Herald Square New York with a spectacular view of the Empire State Building.
Stephen Starr and Justin Smillie combine forces and talents to bring you this special spot.
Hearty comfort food and chic retro décor collide at this Midtown East spot.
Michael White goes Gallic at this Upper East Side brasserie.
Fast but healthy, quality Southeast Asian fare make this West Village eatery a winner.
An Uptown steakhouse for Downtown denizens.
A vegetarian, cider-centric restaurant on the Lower East Side.
White Oak Tavern
A sophisticated but casual tavern for the NYU set.
Whitman & Bloom
This gastropub-like establishment livens up Murray Hill with good cocktails and grub.
This 45-seat, Lower East Side eatery offers an inventive and evolving menu.
The first New York location for the Japanese-style BBQ restaurant.
Rainer Becker's haute unconventional take on the classic izakaya lives up to its lofty Madison Avenue address.