Dining

Samosas at Utsav (©Katie Labovitz)

With generous prix fixe and à la carte menus, this restaurant is a great spot to stop for a filling pre-theater meal and drinks.

Bâtard (Courtesy Myriad Restaurant Group)

This French restaurant will offer a special $75 prix fixe menu of Witzigmann’s signature dishes during a seven-day celebration.

Shopping bags from Brookfield Place. (©Katie Labovitz)

There are malls and then there are destinations to shop and explore. Brookfield Place is the latter.

(Courtesy Bosie Tea Parlor)

Bosie Tea Parlor has refreshing iced teas and cold brew coffee, along with sweet and savory selections, to help beat the summer heat.

Score a table before the show or belly up to the bar after the curtain falls.

On May 16, check your diet at the door and head downtown to Taste of TriBeCa, a food festival that benefits arts and enrichment programs at local public schools.

Recently a friend and I dined at Joe Allen, a Broadway institution (since 1965) and a place I haven't visited in nearly two decades.

The culinary awards organization is in its 25th year, and what a delicious year it is. NYC, as always, made a strong showing. Here are the spots you have to check out.

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.

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.

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