Dine

South Brooklyn's Nargis Cafe is a local favorite for Uzbek cuisine.

Park Slope's The Black Sheep Pub boasts a large space, plenty of bar food and a short walk to Barclays Center.

Midtown East is doesn’t offer much in the way of lunch spots, but there is at least one hidden gem: Little Collins, a café on Lexington Avenue.

David Burke’s fifth NYC restaurant fabrick opened last week at Archer Hotel New York.

Breakfast might be the most important meal of the day, but for those 1 a.m. hunger pangs head to Omonia Café.

Recently, I visited two brunch spots along Second Avenue: UES mainstay Spigolo and newcomer The Gilroy.

Although smack-dab in the middle of Manhattan, City Winery exudes rustic charm.

Earlier this week, I visited West Village jazz venue/eatery Garage Restaurant for lunch and to chat with owner Sal Perillo.

Those headed to Battery Park City now have a new upscale dining option: Hudson Eats.

Tonight: head to the Taste of Times Square, an outdoor food festival featuring 40 Midtown restaurants like Carmine's, Junior's and Bareburger.

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