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This Week's Top Stories on Eater NY

Check out the 10 most-read stories on Eater this past week.

Streetbird Rotisserie
Streetbird Rotisserie

1) The Hottest Restaurants in Manhattan Right Now, April 2015

streetbird.0.jpg The 20 hippest Manhattan restaurants you should be eating at right now. Marcus Samuelsson's Streetbird Rotisserie and a new Tex-Mex place are high on the list.


2) 14 Excellent Doughnut Destinations in New York City 4667077688_135d7b0dbd_o.0.jpg

Need a few places to try dougnuts? Check out this map filled with deep-fried goodness.


3) Blitzing Through City Kitchen, Times Square’s Newest Food Court CityKitchenWhitmansCheeseburger.0.jpg

Robert Sietsema visits City Kitchen and ranks the food offerings.

Robert Sietsema

4) Five Restaurants to Try This Weekend in New York City

streetbird.0.0__1_.0.jpgYour weekend dining itinerary includes a new place for rotisserie chicken and a Hawaiian restaurant with a great wine list.


5) A (Temporary?) Farewell to Pommes Frites pommesfritesExterior2.0.0.0.jpg

A eulogy for Pommes Frites, courtesy of Robert Sietsema.

Robert Sietsema

6) Jersey City's Thirty Acres Shows Bright Future of America's Tasting Menus ThirtyAcrescarrots.0.jpg

Ryan Sutton visits Thirty Acres in Jersey City and totally digs the restaurant's tasting menu.

Paul Crispin Quitoriano

7) The Hottest Restaurants in Brooklyn Right Now, April 2015 16207333283_68c87ab6ed_k.0.jpg

The 12 best places to eat in Brooklyn this very second.


8) Opening Alert: El Original Drops Serious Tex-Mex Fare on NYC Tonight IMG_1268.0.0.0.JPG

Another Tex-Mex restaurant because, yes, New York needs one.

El Original

9) Master Sommelier Dustin Wilson to Leave Eleven Madison Park for His Own Project dustin_wilson-1_1024.0.0.0.png

Master Somm Dustin Wilson is leaving EMP. And nobody's sure what he's moving on to yet.

Nick Solares

10) Barbuto's Last Day Is Still Up in the Air, Jonathan Waxman Promises to Relocate 6841132542_386a8d10f1_o.0.0.0.jpg

Barbuto's closing, but Jonathan Waxman says it will reopen eventually.