The popular “Curry Hill” restaurant Desi Galli's new outpost brings Indian street food to the East Village.
This Murray Hill eatery offers something for everyone.
Sure, you can have a mojito or margarita any time of year, but there’s just something about summer that places these warm-weather cocktails at the top of the list.
New York City isn’t known for being cheap. NYC foodies have chowed down on $240 sushi. Now, Beer & Buns boasts a gourmet burger with a $250 price tag.
. . . 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?
Three centuries after they occupied Revolutionary War-era NYC, the Brits are back, happily in a more hospitable fashion. A new English-style gastropub has popped up in the residential neighborhood of Murray Hill (named for the Murray family, which owned a large farm in the area 300 years ago; legend has it that, during the Revolution, Mrs. Murray and her daughters entertained the Redcoats so long and so well, it gave Gen. George Washington's army a chance to sneak out of the city and escape capture. But I digress.
By some strange alignment of the stars, culinary trends and real estate, my sweet little neighborhood of Murray Hill—the East 30s—has become a hotbed of hamburger joints, with five within, roughly, a five-block radius (and that’s not counting general places, diners and such, that also do a good patty). In approximately ascending order of fanciness.