The 25 Best New York Restaurants for Fall 2014
The Best New York Restaurants to Eat at Right Now
Fall is a time of pleasant change for New York. The hot and humid summer weather has left, as have the hordes of tourists, and restaurants across the city are changing over their menus for the new season. While the dining options are endless, we've whittled down our list to 25 must-visit eateries from Brooklyn to the Bowery. From hearty fall fare at Monument Lane and Paulaner, to elevated Malaysian cuisine at Pasar Malam, these dining hot spots are sure to make for an interesting autumn. Presented in alphabetical order, here are GAYOT's 25 best restaurants to eat at, right now.
The establishments below are presented in alphabetical order.
Au Za'atar — East Village
Dishes based on family recipes at this French-Lebanese spot in the East Village are winners on the palate.
Bait & Hook — Gramercy
You'll get hooked on Top Chef alum Dave Martin's seafood-leaning eatery on the border of Gramercy and the East Village.
Bar Bolonat — West Village
Cooking up the cuisine of the Jewish diaspora throughout the Middle East, chef Einat Admony churns out impressive fare in a sleek West Village setting.
Café El Presidente — Flatiron District
The owners of Tacombi in Nolita have moved uptown a bit with this large taco-centric eatery.
Cata — Lower East Side
A hot Catalonian restaurant that has imported the Spanish trend of imbibing all manner of gin and tonics (there are over twenty varieties offered here).
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