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Sebastian Junger's The Half King: Bar Fare That's a Cut Above

KingOutside1 Sebastian Jungers The Half King: Bar Fare Thats a Cut AboveOne of the best things about New York is the wide variety of restaurants and bars in practically every neighborhood. But the restaurant business is notoriously tough, and if you don’t deliver on quality food at good prices, you won’t stay open long. One place that has the formula down is the Half King Bar & Restaurant in Manhattan. It offers bar fare that easily matches the quality of entrees found in higher end restaurants, but at reasonable prices.

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MANHATTAN RESTAURANT GUIDE

Dirt Candy: Manhattan's Veggie Experts All Grits and Beans

Dirt Candy: Manhattan's Veggie Experts All Grits and Beans

Dirt Candy, also known as vegetables, is the name of this East Village restaurant that celebrates the miracle of transforming rain, soil and sunshine into delicious, healthy food. Executive Chef Amand...Read More

HAMPTONS RESTAURANT GUIDE

Turtle Crossing: Barbeque Considered LI's Best--Closed

Turtle Crossing: Barbeque Considered LI's Best--Closed

Turtle Crossing brought their barbecue to East Enders in 1994, and they’re still a Hamptons fixture, offering a broad menu that goes beyond traditional southwestern cooking.  The New York Times says T... Read More

LONG ISLAND RESTAURANT GUIDE

Porto Vivo: Set to Impress Italian in Huntington

Porto Vivo: Set to Impress Italian in Huntington

Porto Vivo, a new upscale rustic Italian inspired grill, has opened at the site of the former Gerard Street Antiques in Huntington. Owned by famed Long Island inventor and entrepreneur, Joy Mangano o... Read More

GREATER NY RESTAURANT GUIDE

Open Door: An Irish Pub Goes Upscale Downtown

Open Door: An Irish Pub Goes Upscale Downtown

Open Door Gastropub at 110 John Street (between Pearl & Cliff Streets) is a different take on the traditional Irish pub and represents, in many ways, the changing nature of Manhattan's financial distr... Read More