The 25 Best New York Restaurants for Fall 2014
The establishments below are presented in alphabetical order.
La Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels — NoLIta
From the owners of Experimental Cocktail Bar, this NoLIta wine bar is not so experimental. It's just a solid vino-centric spot with an emphasis on French wines. The small plates menu includes house-made pâtés.
Monument Lane — West Village
An impressive neighborhood spot in the West Village, Monument Lane is named for the 18th-century street that became Greenwich Avenue. The new American fare is inspired and worth every bite.
Navy — SoHo
As the name suggests, this SoHo spot looks to the sea for inspiration. Dark and romantic, the front room is filled with SoHo shoppers and hipsters munching on memorable seafood delights.
Obicà Mozzarella Bar — Flatiron District
The second location in New York (and the Big Apple's flagship), this location of Obicà is trying to transcend cheese and serve up an array of Italian fare with plenty of primi, secondi, and pizzas on offer.
Paulaner — Lower East Side
This Bowery beerhall was nary open a year before shutting down in 2014 and reinventing itself. Now under the supervision of the people who brought you acclaimed Austrian restaurants Seasonal and Edi & the Wolf, Paulaner shines in a fun and delicious way.
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