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Is It Still Good?

Eater NY revisits long-established restaurants that have acquired towering reputations and still generate plenty of traffic to find out if the food quality justifies our continued admiration.

There’s Still a Line at David Chang’s Last Sit-Down Restaurant in the East Village

The Pasta Is as Good as Ever at This 30-Year Old Italian Restaurant

What to Get at This Reopened East Village Mexican Legacy

The Unsung Hero of This West Village Restaurant Is the Chicken Pot Pie

One of NYC’s Top Ramen Restaurants Is Back Open in a New Location

The $38 Burger Is Still the Move at Minetta Tavern

A Chelsea Hidden Gem Has Been Serving Tapas Greatest Hits for 50 Years

A 35 Year-Old Pita Spot Moves to a Bigger Location in the Village

Thousands of Cheeseboats Later, This Restaurant Has Improved With Age

Does Di Fara’s New Sandwich Shop Live Up to Its Name?

The New I Sodi Is as Good as Ever

A ’90s-Era Filipino Spot Is Still the Place to Be for Barbecue

Battle of the Roast Beef Sandwiches in Brooklyn

This Hidden Gem Restaurant Is Worth the Price of Admission

Is Txikito the Under-The-Radar Revival of the Year?

Brooklyn’s New New Mexican Restaurant Survives the Hype of Its First Week

Lucien, a Bistro Favorite With the Art Crowd, Is More Than Just a Scene

A Battle of the Baked Clams Yields a Clear Winner in Queens

A Dongbei Classic From Flushing Is Reborn in a New Neighborhood

The Italian American Classic You’ve Never Heard Of

Four Reasons to Revisit West Village Austrian Restaurant, Wallsé

8 Great Pastries to Try at Veniero’s

After a Year-Plus Closure, This Brooklyn Barbecue Joint Is Better Than Ever

5 Dishes to Try at the Reopened Great NY Noodletown

Buka Resurfaces in Bedford-Stuyvesant With Fufu, Stews, and a Backyard

Ipanema Moves Out of Little Brazil and Modernizes Its Menu

One of New York’s Oldest Taiwanese Restaurants Remains One of Its Best

Italian Stalwart Ferdinando’s Focacceria Is a Nostalgic Nod to Sicily

Marea Is Still One of the City’s Top Italian Spots — Even With $42 Bowls of Pasta

50 Years In, One of Jersey City’s Last Remaining Red-Sauce Joints Is Still a Must-Visit

I Sodi’s Love Letter to Tuscany Is Still Going Strong After All These Years

A Brooklyn Stalwart Reappears in NYC’s Shifting Vietnamese Food Scene