Dining

The Myriad Restaurant Group have opened up yet another gem of an eatery in TriBeCa, the Austrian-inflected Bâtard.

Some people are overly concerned with job security. With me, it's all about restaurant security.

The Wayfarer is a seafood restaurant with a steak house mentality—an emphasis on the delicate flavors of fresh fish meets the traditional, aesthetic grandiosity of a meat palace.

A good cup of Joe is not easy to come by, but at Cafe El Presidente, I was wowed by a rich mug of dark roast coffee.

Empire Oyster, a foodie fest that's part of NYC's Oyster Week, puts a spotlight on nature's fishiest aphrodisiac on Saturday, Sept. 27, 4-7p.m.

Food Festivals—The Big Apple, quite literally, has them by the truckload, and one of the most appealing is Madison Square Eats.

Pig Island, an annual festival of all things porcine and delicious (which are synonyms, really), hits Red Hook, Brooklyn on Sat, Sept. 6, 11:30 a.m.-4 :30 p.m.

Hoping for a celeb spotting? Try The Four Seasons or Michaels at midday, the two biggest power lunch spots in town. A side-by-side comparison.

Looking for some fun places to dine, that are great with the kids in tow? Try feasting on these spots!

The towering statue of Prometheus can be seen from both the indoor café and outdoor garden of Rock Center Café, a favorite of the international crowd.

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