New York City Restaurants

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  • 1. Clinton St. Baking Co.

    $$ | Lower East Side | American

    At this down-home casual restaurant, weekend brunch brings a line down the street for what many believe to be the best blueberry pancakes in...Read More

  • 2. Dirt Candy

    $$ | Lower East Side | Vegetarian

    One of the best, most inspired vegetarian restaurants outside California, Dirt Candy shines thanks to chef Amanda Cohen, who knows how to coax...Read More

  • 3. Freemans

    $$$ | Lower East Side | American

    It was Freemans that brought taxidermy, ironic tchotchkes, and lodge-ish dishes like hunters stew, potted pork, and grilled trout to the restaurant...Read More

  • 4. Ivan Ramen

    $$ | Lower East Side | Japanese

    Ivan Orkin's improbable but true story is one of the many layers that make New York City's restaurant scene so exciting, authentic, and delicious...Read More

  • 5. Katz's Delicatessen

    $$ | Lower East Side | Sandwiches

    Everything and nothing has changed at Katz's since it first opened in 1888, when the neighborhood was dominated by Jewish immigrants: lines...Read More

  • 6. Beauty & Essex

    $$ | Lower East Side | American

    Enter through the pawnshop (it's real) in front, and you’ll find what feels like a grand event, where the clientele are dressed to the nines...Read More

  • 7. Congee Village

    $$ | Lower East Side | Chinese

    Don't be put off by the name—this boisterous LES icon near Chinatown serves much more than the eponymous rice porridge; indeed, the menu is...Read More

  • 8. Dirty French

    $$$ | Lower East Side | French

    Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone, the chefs who created a small empire of Italian American restaurants (Parm, Carbone, ZZ's Clam Bar) go Gallic...Read More

  • 9. Doughnut Plant

    $ | Lower East Side | Café

    The all-American junk-food staple is elevated to high art here, with fresh seasonal ingredients, real fruit, and imported chocolate mixed into...Read More

  • 10. Loreley Restaurant & Biergarten

    $$ | Lower East Side | German

    Start with a good selection of German beer on tap, including seasonal options; add some international options in a can; then up the ante with...Read More

  • 11. Russ & Daughters

    $$ | Lower East Side | Sandwiches

    For classic smoked fish, caviar, and bagels, you can do no better than this family-owned "appetizing" shop that's been serving customers from...Read More

  • 12. Shopsin's

    $$ | Lower East Side | Eclectic

    The eclectic menu at this eccentric eatery, which has moved several times since it first opened in Greenwich Village in 1973, runs to literally...Read More

  • 13. Sugar Sweet Sunshine

    $ | Lower East Side | Café

    The brainchild of two former Magnolia Bakery employees, Sugar Sweet's cupcakes are believed by many to be far superior; try the chocolate-almond...Read More

  • 14. Supermoon Bakehouse

    $ | Lower East Side | Bakery

    Supercreative and beautiful baked goods, including the “cruffin”—a cross between a croissant and a muffin, with different fillings—and extravagant...Read More

  • 15. The Fat Radish

    $$ | Lower East Side | British

    Years ago, the phrase "seasonal British" might have seemed puzzling, but the updated hearty food on the menu at this handsome, hip spot makes...Read More

  • 16. The Meatball Shop

    $ | Lower East Side | Italian

    New York's first full-service meatball restaurant has a pedigreed chef, a professional waitstaff, a wine list, and a hip crowd. And the meatballs...Read More

  • 17. Mission Cantina

    $$ | Lower East Side | Mexican

    Chef Danny Bowien rocked the New York dining scene when he imported his San Francisco hit Mission Chinese Food here, and then added another...Read More

  • 18. Schiller's Liquor Bar

    $$ | Lower East Side | French

    It may not be as hard to get in as it was back in 2003, when Keith McNally first opened this sceney hangout on the Lower East Side, but it still...Read More

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