Manhattan

Il Punto: Italian Tradition in Trendy Hell's Kitchen

Il 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.

MANHATTAN RESTAURANT GUIDE

Loreley, a Lower East Side Biergarten Straight Out of Cologne

Loreley, a Lower East Side Biergarten Straight Out of Cologne

Loreley on increasingly trendy Rivington St. on Manhattan's Lower East Side, is a German-style Biergarten and restaurant that understands the hospitality basics. Once a staple of New York City sociali...Read More

HAMPTONS RESTAURANT GUIDE

La Superica: Margaritas, Burritos With a View in Sag Harbor

La Superica: Margaritas, Burritos With a View in Sag Harbor

La Superica has been described as a funky little Mexican restaurant in a killer location in Sag Harbor, right off the North Haven bridge. It's kitschy decor reflects its good-time casual atmosphere, d... Read More

LONG ISLAND RESTAURANT GUIDE

Stonewalls: Continental Fare Served With Golf in Riverhead

Stonewalls: Continental Fare Served With Golf in Riverhead

Stonewalls Restaurant is located at The Woods at Cherry Creek Golf Course, which sprawls across 140 acres in Riverhead. Owners Vincent Sasso and Charles Jurgens also own and operate the course and nea... Read More

GREATER NY RESTAURANT GUIDE

Jack the Horse Tavern, Old World Charm, Manhattan Style in Brooklyn

Jack the Horse Tavern, Old World Charm, Manhattan Style in Brooklyn

Husband and wife Tim Oltmans and Micki Schubert opened Jack the Horse Tavern (JtH) in Brooklyn Heights, NY, in 2006 and it has proved the test of time. The lively urban tavern has become a neighborhoo... Read More
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