Dining

James Bond might favor his martini, but a good glass of single malt scotch is no poor cousin.

What’s the flavor of the month this May? Over at the Grand Central Oyster Bar, the Cape May salt oyster is.

Foodies won’t go to Harlem for anything but ribs, grits, collard greens, etc. Right? Wrong. Enter Seasoned Vegan, Harlem’s first full-service organic vegan restaurant.

The incredibly talented restauratuer David Burke is holding a special event May 6th at David Burke Bloomingdales.

Last week I had the great fortune of being invited to Clement, the new restaurant in midtown’s tony Peninsula hotel.

Tiramisu at Sofia

Looking for an elegant way to get in a dinner before Broadway? Try Sofia, the new northern Italian restaurant on W. 48th St.

The French eatery—previously Zucco: Le French Diner—reopens, this time without its late former owner's name.

Having been born in 1956, I was only a buck-teethed, glasses-wearing, pre-adolescent during New York's swinging 1960s.

Nothing beats that traditional, men's club look of Bobby Van's Grill when it comes to the right digs for digging into serious meat.

In this city filled with people used to living in apartments the size of a shoe box, it is always impressive to find vast amounts of space, like The Angus Club Steakhouse.

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