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.
Critic Ryan Sutton doesn’t find a lot to like at the nearly 50-year-old burger joint and pub, where service is as weak as the food
Critic Robert Sietsema revisits the nearly 20-year-old fine dining American restaurant
Eater critics Ryan Sutton and Robert Sietsema visit Del Posto, Babbo, Lupa, and Otto — seeing how they’re faring as the Bastianichs rebuild the empire
The Williamsburg restaurant isn’t the best Italian in the neighborhood, but it’s still worth visiting for solid red sauce classics and nostalgic vibes, writes critic Robert Sietsema
The historic institution inside Grand Central has some flaws, but much of the seafood remains top notch, writes critic Robert Sietsema
A check-in at NYC’s most iconic restaurant reveals both hits — pastrami, of course — and some misses
The West Village institution remains a charming bastion of affordability, although the chief product is a miss
Jackson Diner serves up hummus naan and other modernized fare that shows it still holds strong
Robert Sietsema pays a return visit to the Woodside restaurant, which has been open since the 90s