New York, NY
A warm, cozy interior where Afghan tapestries abound. Meats come expertly cooked and tender; vegetable sides like okra and pumpkin are flavorful; Afghan bread is meh.
New York, NY
NYC for spring break with tweens, Dylan's Candy bar was on our sight seeing list. It did not disappoint the kiddos. 3 floors of chocolates, sour sprays, gummy things and a chocolate fondue fountain running. The store is a delight to venture into with larger than life sized candy displays, bright colors surround you and even the stairs have candy embedded in resin for you to walk on.
New York, NY
Just when you thought there weren't any good restaurants in this hood, look no further. The delicious cuisine is more of a Mediterranean American fusion... which is the brilliance of it.
402 E 78th St, New York
My suggestion, with Sushi of Gari as with any other high-end sushi restaurant, is to ignore all crowdsourced reviews. The average customer is put off by price and maddened because…
160 E 64th St Ste 1, New York
This is the bistro where Jean Georges Vongerichten's genius first emerged. While the chef has since then moved on to grander things the intimate, casual feel here suits his food…
156 E 64th St, New York
Great variety of tea. Cool.
1486 2nd Ave, New York
The food is as elegant as the picture. Not only delicious, but large portions. Perfect for a date. I don't know if i agree with the guy that said the Bruschetta was not good, I…
1503 Second Ave., New York
The food was definitely what we were looking for. The ambiance was nice too. I'd be back next time to try their other dishes.
1378 1st Ave, New York
I am glad to have an authentic restaurant in upper east side. I'll highly recommend it.
28 E 63rd St, New York
I had lunch last week at the The Lowell Hotel - Pembroke Room and was very impressed. The service and food was excellent. I would tell my friends to visit the The Lowell Hotel -…
1100 Madison Ave, New York
I live in Baton Rouge, LA and order their black and white cookies all the time. These are GREAT!!
60 E 65th St, New York
Daniel is a hard restaurant to characterize. It's probably the standard by which all Michelin 3-star food in New York is judged, when service, atmosphere, wine, and everything else…
Kitchen Arts & Letters Inc. Want a cookbook? Plan on spending three hours at this culinary Mecca, which has the largest collection of cookbooks and food writing in America.. … read more
Mamagyro. Not the best and not the worst but a great casual and affordable gyro option on the UES.… read more