Its quite touristy but that doesn't mean they don't serve one of the best lox bagels in the city. Its a traditional Jewish deli that are few and far between. Smoked fish and multiple types of smoked salmon make this place completely worth the wait. After you get your order walk west down...more
Going here will forever ruin other cinemas for you. They provide alcohol and food service during the movie, plays anything from new indie releases to Metropolis backed by a live band, and provides big comfortable seats. All this for 11 dollars. They also theme food and drinks depending on what movie...more
If you find yourself hungry after a night of drinking in the Village then this is a very solid option. A small place specializing in pretty much every kind of hot dog imaginable. Try the spicy redneck (topped with chili, jalapenos, and coleslaw or the bacon wrapped dog with a side of tater tots. The hot...more
A restaurant solely dedicated to meatballs...that could be the review in itself. Handmade meatballs (spicy pork, chicken, beef) The sliders were incredible as was the meatball sub smothered with mozzarella. Wash it all down with a Six-Point Bengali Tiger draft Restaurant also has a nice...more
The Beagle features Portland transplant Chef Garrett Eagleton who makes incredible dishes using fresh produce and meats in a creative take on American cuisine Their cocktail menu is also really interesting and worth going in for just a drink. Try their pork belly, lamby onion soup, and their lamb...more
Chef Jonathan Waxman is known as the Obi Wan of cooking and at his restaurant I felt his zen pouring out of his food. I can honestly say I have never ordered chicken in my entire dining out life, but his roast chicken was perfect. There wasn't a flaw in the entire meal from the anti pasta of home cured...more
A solid soul food option in Bed-Stuy, the menu reads more like you're in South Carolina than NY. A great lunch spot as it won't destroy your wallet and the portions are pretty large. The people who work there are also very friendly.
This place is somewhat of a secret mainly because you have to walk through a bodega to get to it. In the back is dimly lit restaurant blasting Mexican love ballads that serves awesome and pretty authentic food. The chilaquiles are amazing served with delicious melt in your mouth pork. It looks a bit...more