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Inday Brings Fast-Casual Indian Fare to the NoMad District

Cuisine: | Featured in Ethnic Eats, Restaurant, Restaurant Spotting

NYC is exploding with fast-casual lunch spots with a decidedly healthy bent, from Chipotle and Chop’t to Sweetgreen and The Little Beet. And the newest entrant, Inday, attempts to add a little extra spice to a mix, by bringing an Indian edge to its assortment of salads, wraps and bowls…

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British Invasion: Jason Atherton Debuts The Clocktower

Cuisine: | Featured in Hottest Newcomers, Restaurant Spotting

Ding-dong, London calling! The highly anticipated Clocktower is officially open for business on Madison Avenue, headed by Michelin-starred British chef, Jason Atherton. Located in Ian Schrager’s brand new, super-swanky Edition Hotel, and in partnership with Philadelphia bigwig, Stephen Starr…

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First Look at Mad. Sq. Eats’ Newest Vendors

Cuisine: | Featured in Food Markets

Nothing says spring like New York’s al fresco food markets, opening once again for yet another sun and street eats-fueled season. And chief amongst them is UrbanSpace’s Mad. Sq. Eats, a tasty oasis wedged between the Flatiron building, Eataly, and the park…

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Raising the Bar (Food) at The NoMad

Cuisine: | Featured in Dish Spotting, First Bite, Restaurant

French Fries. Hot Dogs. Burgers. While these are standard issue dishes when it comes to bar food or pub grub, you wouldn’t expect to find them in the utterly opulent The NoMad Hotel. Especially considering that the culinary programs offered in a series of rooms are overseen by EMP greats, Daniel Humm and Will Guidara. This is killer pub grub with a high end twist. Case in point: Chicken pot pie, laced with foie gras & truffes…

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Q & A with Salvation Taco’s April Bloomfield

Cuisine: | Featured in Chef Q&A

The term “Gastropub” gets thrown around pretty freely nowadays. It generally refers to bars that serve food far superior to the expected handful of beer nuts, meat pie, or run-of-the-mill burger. But the concept didn’t get much play outside of England until 2004, when British chef April Bloomfield burst onto the NYC scene with The Spotted Pig.

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La Mar Cebicheria Peruana

Cuisine: | Featured in Best Of

If anyone knows how to do ceviche, it’s the Peruvians. Hailed as the “Jean-Georges of Peru,” Chef Gaston Acurio brings some serious culinary cred to the table, with 31 acclaimed restaurants in a dozen countries. You’ll have to overlook the gloomy decor and a few mediocre entrees, but the selection of ceviche (or cebiche as they call it) alone is worth a trip to this Washington Square Park newcomer.

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Hill Country Chicken

Cuisine: | Featured in Best Of

What guy doesn’t crave comfort food?  You know, the kind of that food that sticks to your ribs, so you have loosen your belt a little.  Fried chicken is just one of those things that no man can deny himself.  There’s something about a piece of fried chicken –  golden brown and crispy on the outside, juicy and tender on the inside – that makes it ideal for a Sunday night feast with your buddies.  And Hill Country Chicken is one of my favorite places to go in the city for a taste of crispy chicken goodness and they  use extra-large, all-natural chickens to boot.  Order a bucket to share with the table, either classic- or Mama Els-style (skinless), and pair it with a serious side of mac & cheese and fresh buttermilk biscuits.  If you still have room for dessert,...

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The Roof at NoMad – The Trendy Date

Cuisine: | Featured in Best Of

We know how much people love trying new restaurants, so we think it’s smart to kill two birds with one stone: Take a date to a hip, new spot. (Even if you don’t like your date, you still tried a new spot.) The newly opened Rooftop at the NoMad Hotel is one of the hottest new openings and perfect for the occasion on many counts. Head up to the roof and you’ll find phenomenal, panoramic views of the city and a terrific ultra-seasonal cocktail menu. With the Eleven Madison Park team behind the hotels many menus, you know the food is going to be exceptional. Nibble on Radishes with Butter-Dipped Fleur De Sel or Salmon Rillettes and see how the night unfolds. If it’s looking good, stay for dinner and try the Strawberry Gazpacho, the Black Bass with Summer...

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Eleven Madison Park

Cuisine: | Featured in RG's Favorites

If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind dining experience, consider Eleven Madison Park – a temple of haute French cuisine. With its vaulted ceilings, marble floors and sweeping views of Madison Park, the stunning art deco setting is reason enough to spend an evening here. Then, there’s the fact they won the James Beard award for Best restaurant in 2011 not to mention that Daniel Humm won best chef in the country just a few years ago.

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