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Welcome Martina, Marta’s Pizza Mini-Me

Cuisine: | Featured in Hottest Newcomers, Restaurant Spotting

There’s no doubt that Danny Meyer has the magic touch.  He’s even managed to carve a niche for himself when it comes to pizza (alongside chef Nick Anderer) by masterminding Marta in the Redbury’s NoMad hotel, a haven of Roman, thin-crusted pies & now Martina in the East Village…

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Sugar Hill Creamery Ups Harlem’s Ice Cream Game

Cuisine: | Featured in Best Of, Dessert

Despite its noted restaurant renaissance, Harlem has lagged behind as far as small batch scoops are concerned; its market largely dominated by corporate Baskin Robbins.  That makes Sugar Hill Creamery undoubtably the biggest local opening of the summer; being the first family-owned ice cream shop to grace the area in 34 years, not to mention some of the Best Ice Cream NYC…

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Mifune Rolls into Midtown on a Constellation of Michelin Stars

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There’s no shortage of options in NYC, for where to plunk down hundreds of dollars for a Japanese feast.  And yet, the newly-opened Mifune may just outclass them all, being that it’s helmed by a cadre of Michelin star-wielding chefs & all-star team! Here’s the scoop on this truly exciting midtown newcomer…

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The James

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It’s All About the Lettuce at Local Leaf

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Love a good sandwich, but want to avoid carbs? Lettuce has been a longtime diet substitute for bread and buns, more recently adopted by gluten-free diners as well, for a way to enjoy sandwiches without wheat. Local Leaf and their build your own sandwich concept aims to turn lettuce into a bonafide lifestyle, by spotlighting roughage at their new, Murray Hill location…

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The Pool

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Hotel Indigo

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Gansevoort Park Hotel

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Mandarin Oriental

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Hotel Americano

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Addio Perla, Benvenuto Fairfax, Gabe Stulman’s Play on the All-Day Cafe

Cuisine: | Featured in Restaurant, Restaurant Spotting

Gabe Stulman’s at it again, overhauling West Village Perla completely — transforming it into a laid-back, all-day eatery, called Fairfax, that transitions to a funky wine bar with food at night…

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Inside City Acres: A Grocery Store-Cum-Food Hall

Cuisine: | Featured in Best Of, Food Markets

While all-vendor food halls are a dime a dozen nowadays, City Acres Market has gone what you might call the Whole Foods route (only way better!), by operating largely as a grocery store, supplemented by an awesome roster of revolving stands…

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Jean-Georges Vongerichten Goes Public, With His Newest Hotel Restaurant

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Jean-Georges Vongerichten is making moves once again, and this time, it’s not inside ABC Carpet & Home.  The Uptown and Union Square icon is actually letting lose on the Lower East Side at Public —  a hip hotel from Studio 54 founder, Ian Schrager…

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Turntable

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Hanjan

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Sen Sakana

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Sen Sakana Settles Down in Midtown

Cuisine: , | Featured in Ethnic Eats, Hottest Newcomers, Restaurant

Restaurants rarely open exactly when they intend to, thanks to the reliably red tape-ridden, drawn-out processes of wrangling permits and overseeing construction (not to mention somehow retaining sought-after staff throughout).  But Sen Sakana really takes the cake when it comes to a delayed debut, appearing three whole years after their original calculation…

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The Pennsy Provides a Little Taste of Heaven, During Penn Station’s Summer of Hell

Cuisine: | Featured in Food Markets, Restaurant

We may be in the midst of the so-called “Summer of Hell” at Penn Station (due to a 20% reduction of service), but at least the stranded damned will be well fed!  Because after a months-long restructuring (thanks to brand to hospitality partner HPH; the group behind Le District, The Dead Rabbit and Pier A), The Pennsy food hall is back — boasting expanded indoor/outdoor seating, a massive bar, and a trio of returning vendors, with three more besides…

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Iceland Asserts Itself in NYC With Icelandic Fish & Chips

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With locations in downtown Reykjavik and now the West Village, Icelandic Fish and Chips aims to take on a grease laden British favorite, and give it a wholesome Nordic twist…

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The Great Grant Achatz Officially Opens The Office in NYC

Cuisine: , | Featured in Cocktails

While the city waits with baited breath for $195 cocktail tasting progressions at the Aviary, Chicago’s Grant Achatz and team has made his long-awaited Big Apple debut with an adjunct speakeasy in Columbus Circle called The Office…

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