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Exciting things are happening in the kitchen at Ducks Eatery in the East Village, but the dishes that come out don’t always show it. Read More...
Restaurants in the blackout zone in southern Manhattan lost their perishables and the better part of a week’s revenues, a big hit for businesses that get by on small margins, and for their workers. Read More...
There are now a few select bars in New York and London where a thirst for vintage spirits can be slaked by ordering up old elixirs, by the dram and in cocktails. Read More...
Eric and Bruce Bromberg will open Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken in the East Village this spring. Read More...
Chefs borrow ideas all the time; the good ones will add a riff of their own; ideas grow and morph; cuisine evolves. Read More...
Boukiés in the East Village offers robust, reasonably priced small plates (mezethes) that are meant “not to sate but to tease.” Read More...
An Asian gastro pub in the East Village introduces Italian burratas, Filipino limes and Scotch eggs to one another. Will they all get along? Read More...
A new pizzeria in the East Village, opened by the chef Michael White, offers pizzas as thick as the September issue of Vogue, with an abundance of toppings that would buckle an ordinary pie. Read More...
Inside the chef Michael White’s new pizzeria in the East Village. Read More...
The New York State Liquor Authority has stopped Gin Palace, a new East Village bar, from serving cocktails on draft, according to its owner. Read More...
The name Hot Kitchen does not adequately convey the complexity of flavors offered by this Sichuanese restaurant in the East Village. Read More...
Alex Stupak offers smart and often inspired cooking at Empellón Cocina, his free-associating mash note to the food of Mexico. Read More...
A small, barlike East Village restaurant where the classic French technique of cooking fish is an art. Read More...
Kyo Ya, a Japanese hideaway in the middle of the East Village, offers a menu grounded in the shapes and rhythms of the natural world. Read More...
The food at Ngam, in the East Village, is not pure Thai, but neither is it watered down. Read More...
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