Diners at Moto relish the comforts of roasted cauliflower, steamed artichoke, mac and cheese, candles, and live music in this small, charmingly trapezoidal space.
Their chicken biscuit is crazy good. Flaky buttery biscuit with a crispy chicken and covered in a spicy hot sauce. Do it!
Super fresh and inventive sushi and sashimi from Chef Kazuo Yoshida. He is is a true master. Do a chef's tasting at the sushi bar for a class A experience.
OYSTERS, OYSTERS and MORE OYSTERS! And at $1 a piece, Maison Premiere's Oyster Happy Hour is one of the best bargains in the city!
149 Broadway, Brooklyn
I ate here last summer and had an incredible house-made ravioli. The baby beet salad was amazing. Great quality, but maybe not the mind-bending experience that Michelin star led me…
354 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn
Brooklyn's let-it-roll style works well in the case of barbecue, which is best served in dressed down, funky environments. Unfortunately, it also requires a lot of precision, which…
559 Lorimer St, Brooklyn
Great spot, my favorite gay bar in the city. Great beer selection, friendly bartenders, a mixed crowd (woman-friendly) and a lush back garden where they do BBQ in the summers. Best…
81 Broadway, Brooklyn
Everyone's favorite Williamsburg spot, this tiny oyster bar embodies everything cool about the neighborhood.
295 Grand St, Brooklyn
Hands down the best bar in Brooklyn. I've been coming to LL for a couple years, and have always had a great time. Service, drinks and music are always top shelf.
178 Broadway, Brooklyn
The ultimate altar to steak in New York, Peter Luger attracts far-flung tourists, locals, and bridge-hopping Manhattanites for its aged steak, delicious bread, crispy french-fried…
331 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn
interesting menu, with a Sardinian twist. good food, even better service - silvia and edoardo really know about hospitality and how to take care of customers.
495 Lorimer St, Brooklyn
Gimme cold brews its ice coffee. What's the temperature outside? 95 degrees on a Monday morning and you're huffing and puffing your way to work. Cold brew. Nuff said.
199 Grand St, Brooklyn
Dokebi gives Williamsburg the right one-two punch of classic Korean food and fusion twists like pork belly tacos.
Delaney Barbecue: BrisketTown. Most every barbecue-lover in New York knows the deal with Delaney by now -- hogmaster Daniel Delaney trained under famous Aaron Franklin of Franklin Barbecue in Austin. The brisket is amazing. What's even better is eating it for breakfast too -- as part of a breakfast taco, a popular Austin breakfast that is exactly what it sounds like -- egg and brisket in a taco. The brussels sprouts taco is also mouthwatering, with a great roasted flavor and the creamy scrambled egg making a great combination.… read more
Blanca. Roberta's may have started out as a pizzeria, but its brilliant chef needed a stage for his mad skills, and Blanca -- a modernist chef counter on the Ko / Brooklyn Fare model -- provides it, to Bushwick's glory. … read more