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Il Punto: Italian Tradition in Trendy Hell's Kitchen

ilpunto manhattan1 Il Punto: Italian Tradition in Trendy Hells KitchenIl Punto Ristorante occupies a central spot on the corner of 9th Avenue and 38th Street, and reflects both Hell’s Kitchen’s past as well as its future. It blends the best of Old World, family-style Italian cooking with the elegance of a trendy white-table-cloth restaurant in one of Manhattan’s hottest neighborhoods.

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MANHATTAN RESTAURANT GUIDE

Junoon: Indian Cusine Fit for Raja in Manhattan's Flatiron District

Junoon: Indian Cusine Fit for Raja in Manhattan's Flatiron District

Junoon likes to bill itself as a restaurant with “French service, in the family, ­Indian style.” At least that's how one waiter described it when a local critic recently visited the new outlet in the ...Read More

HAMPTONS RESTAURANT GUIDE

The Clam Bar, Where Catch of the Day Rules in Amagansett

The Clam Bar, Where Catch of the Day Rules in Amagansett

The Clam Bar in Amagansett is a classic  Hamptons seaside snack bar. The "catch of the day" is the order of the day. The restaurant strives to offer the freshest seafood on the South fork, served up w... 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