Dining

A jazzy slice of Moscow awaits at the Manhattan mouth of the Williamsburg bridge: Moscow 57 is an bohemian go-to for live music, strong drink and caviar indulgence.

Aureole, Charlie Palmer's fine dining haven in the Bank of America Tower, merits a full evening of devotion. But what if there's a Broadway curtain to make? Enter Liberty Room at Aureole.

The celebratory taste of sparkling wine with the refreshing flavor of sorbet…what could be a better summer treat?

I am beginning to believe there can never be enough Parisian style bistros in NYC. The newest incarnation, Paname, comes to us in the style of an Art-Deco themed eatery.

Back in the 1930s, Minton’s was a well-known NYC jazz club, opening in Harlem in 1938 and flourishing through the 1960s, until it eventually shuttered its doors.

The atmosphere is simple and unassuming, but the menu at new Japanese eatery Cagen is decidedly not.

Manuel Moreno, owner of Da Marcella in Midtown and Downtown, described tavernas to me with great passion, on a recent rainy Friday afternoon at his Midtown location.

For Asian cuisine in NYC, it’s always a tough decision between a chic space and fiery curry, but I recently discovered a spot that offers both.

So, New York’s legendary, glittery Tavern on the Green, closed since 2009, reopened this past April, and on May 12 the restaurant threw a black-tie bash to celebrate.

El Maguey Y La Tuna won’t win any prizes for its homey décor, but its food is four-star all the way.

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