Beef-heart ceviche, rotisserie chicken, and lots of tacos, of course.
How about a mashup of a Philly cheesesteak and a chorizo sandwich?
Roasted chicken, truffled potatoes, and lots of foie.
Tina Vaughn and her chef husband, Chip Smith, have reemerged on the Upper East Side, housemade terrines and housebaked bread in tow.
In addition to selling provisions like cured meats, smoked fish, eggs, and cheese, they’ll offer breakfast sandwiches, rotisserie chicken, and more.
The best seats in the house are at the bar.
Bring on the aperitivos.
With black truffle mashed potatoes for $15, no less.
The food at the outdoor winter venue combines elements of No. 7 and Jimmy's Diner.
Because you missed drinking Buttery Nipples.
Plus: It's marinating pork shoulder in beer broth.
The restaurant is a few blocks away from the great magician's grave in Machpelah Cemetery.
Empire Biscuit's making dreams come true.
The rib-eye for two costs $95.
Name Night won't offer free drinks anymore.
100 percent all-American is the theme of this new bi-level barbecue joint.
The latest developments, from locavore sandwiches to nouvelle tasting menus.
The rooftop-bar season needn’t end after Labor Day.
The boutique hotel brings the reborn roasts to its stylish coffee bar.