Tag: New York Food
It has never been easier to find enticing plant-based dishes in NYC. Timeout’s vegan and vegetarian options go beyond veggie burgers, although NYC has plenty of those, too—and extends to special occasion destinations, exciting new spots and some of the best overall restaurants in the city. Sure, restaurants all over the ingredient spectrum have broadened their nutrient horizons over the years, […]
In a town where functioning intercoms are considered an apartment amenity, New Yorkers seek niceties like fireplaces outside of the home. And this time of year, when sweaters replace ceiling fans and we’re already eyeing our jackets, gathering around a contained flame sounds more idyllic than ever. Whether they’re in a dive, a cocktail spot or a cold weather rooftop, these are […]
In a city where new restaurants debut daily, it may seem odd to get excited about a particular season. But similar to that unshakable back-to-school feeling, we’re embarking on that riveting time of the year when chefs and restaurateurs gear up to roll out their most ambitious projects. Along with a James Beard food hall […]
September 22nd marks the official end of the summer, meaning there’s still time for cocktails and rooftop bars! Here are 15 things to check off your summer bucket list before we’re all complaining about the cold weather again. To read more, click here.
Every month Timeout.com rounds up the best new restaurants in New York City, for your eating pleasure! This perpetually updated list includes the best new restaurants that have opened over the past six months. To read more, click here.
The best brunch in NYC can be found every day of the week. Saturday brunch is the best time to gear up for the night ahead, Sundays are perfect for relaxing and a weekday brunch is a rarefied treat designated for ad hoc time off. It doesn’t matter so much when you do it, but where you […]
The middle of summer lands on August 7 this year, and the rush to keep feeling, stack experiences, and gather sensations of these last fleeting weeks makes actually landing outdoor space at rooftops bars, waterside restaurants and other peak weather venues as competitive as securing a table at the Waverly Inn circa 2008. These restaurants and bars offer little hideaways for […]
Have you heard? New York is finally getting a very good Nashville hot chicken spot, courtesy of Los Angeles-born Dave’s Hot Chicken, set to debut in midtown Manhattan at 944 8th Avenue by 56th Street on August 19. Eater reports that Drake might actually make a surprise appearance when the first New York location of the chain opens […]
The new restaurant hopes to deliver barbecue flavors sans the meat, offering New Yorkers plant-based dishes that are also gluten free like the smoked main plate served with half a waffle plus your choice of coleslaw, baked beans, potato salad, charred broccoli salad, fried sweet potato bites or French fries. There’s a pulled jackfruit dish that calls for […]