Spicy Latin American fare brought to you in a festive high-energy atmosphere. The three-story dining room is bright and airy by day and warm and earthy by night. And you won’t find a Cuban sandwich like this anywhere else in New York. Or Havana, for that matter.
Bowery’s hot new tapas spot Espoleta
Joining old and new world Italian, trend-setting restauranteur, Pino Luongo, made this Upper East Side restaurant a must for all New Yorkers.
Grata, known for their mini meatballs and stunning iron and glass French doors, found an audience with their homemade Mediterranean dishes and impeccable service.
The Stone Creek Inn was formerly known as the Ambassador Inn. It was constructed in 1910 as a large two-story house; the third story was added later. During Prohibition it was a speakeasy with a small cottage in the back used to store liquor brought in by boat from Shinnecock Bay to Weesuck Creek, and…
Le Souk, a top rated West Village hot spot, specializes in Moroccan-French cuisine.