As a restaurant reviewer, I’m always asked about the hottest new (or fun) restaurants in the city. Here are three of my current favorites, each different from the next. One is clubby, fine dining, and sceney. Another is a tiny spot where fun and service are the order of the day. And the third is another scene, complete with bars and dining. I like them all.
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Do you fancy French cooking but balk at French prices? Are you undecided between dining with Boulud or Batali? Between January 24 and February 6, New York’s highly anticipated winter Restaurant Week invites you to take your pick from more than 300 of New York’s finest with lunch for only $24.07 or dinner for $35. Choose from your favorites or try something new and daring as you design your own culinary “tour de NYC,” exploring fabulous fare across the city. http://www.nycgo.com/restaurantweek. Here’s a sampling of what’s being offered this year:
Ever try to get a reservation at the newest, hottest, trendiest restaurant that you’ve been dying to go to and get closed out? Try dining at the bar instead where you can often enjoy the full menu while conversing with the bartender and making friends with your neighbors.
The Jewish holidays are great for spending quality family time, but how about quality food time? The first night of Passover is Monday, March 29, with the holiday lasting for eight days. Foodies, don’t despair. We have a list of great restaurants where you can observe the holiday and still satisfy your gourmet cravings.
Here’s where you’ll find some traditional and not-so-traditional Seder meals for the first and second nights of Passover.