Dining

We all have our favorite haunts. For years, some friends and I have congregated at Gallagher's, the one-time speakeasy-turned-steakhouse in the Theatre District.

I recently met a friend at Keen’s Steakhouse for a drink after work; being that it is just a few blocks from Penn Station, it seemed like a convenient choice.

Giano in the East Village is the kind of Italian restaurant that’s easy to love: casual and cozy, classic and contemporary, charming and cultivated, cool and creative.

Carmine Di Giovanni, Executive Chef of The Greenwich Project, answers some questions about the life of being a culinary artist.

Tiny Fork's new menu brings New England-style fare to our urban jungle.

Our editor recently attended the opening party of the New York outpost of Fogo de Chão, the international Brazilian steak house.

When dual cravings strike—hunger and a hankering for hookah—one doesn't need to settle for satisfying just one. Pergola, a new Greek restaurant/hookah lounge hybrid, is a mecca for both, custom-built for savoring traditional plates and puffing flavored plumes of smoke. Just be sure to bring your party shoes.

. . . to like Kosher food. It's often fresher, the ingredients better quality. So when a new Kosher restaurant opened up in my Murray Hill neighborhood, what's a girl to do?

I recently attended an office party at The Sea Fire Grill, the new midtown seafood restaurant owned by the two “Bens” behind Benjamin Steak House. On a numbingly cold Monday night, I was pleasantly surprised to see a packed and happy crowd at the sleek, cheery bar. The restaurant, done in tones of muted gold and cream is accented with recessed blue lights, mirrors and a shimmering blue accent wall that conveys an impressing of bubbling water.

Sleek, chic … and a lunchtime bargain. That's Perry St., a Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurant in the West Village. Who knew?

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