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Eleven Madison Park Isn’t Ready to Be a World-Class Vegan Restaurant

For All Things Good Rocks Bed-Stuy With (Mostly) Meat-Free Tacos

Thai Diner Is Pure New York Comfort for Our Dumpster Fire of a Year

Very Fresh Forges First-Class Noodles Even as the Pandemic Upends Chelsea Market

Intriguing Bahamian-Style Bao Get the Rare Spotlight on the Lower East Side

Veronika Is a Romantic Ode to the Grand Traditions of Eastern Europe

Stephen Starr’s gilded Gramercy cafe in the newly opened Fotografiska museum showcases Russian dishes rarely represented in New York’s upscale restaurants

The Future of NYC’s Fast-Casual Scene Is at Two Stunning Harlem Restaurants

Pan-African Teranga and globally-inspired FieldTrip envision bowls that don’t trade creativity for convenience

At Harlem’s Clove, Indian-American Cooking Is In Peak Form

Milk Bar’s New Flagship Is All Sugar, No Soul

Christina Tosi’s once-groundbreaking Momofuku offshoot feels fully corporate in its new Nomad digs

Dirt Candy Chef’s New Veggie Burger Spot Is the Cutting Edge of Junk Food

Fast-casual Lekka brings top-notch vegan burgers and shakes to Tribeca, with hopes for further expansion

Le Bernardin Is Still New York’s Top Seafood Splurge, Even 33 Years Later

New York’s luxury seafood market is more crowded than ever, but Eric Ripert and Maguy Le Coze’s Theater District icon remains essential

Rome’s Culinary Delights Are on Dazzling Display at Williamsburg’s Montesacro Pinseria

Pinsa, the thin and crispy pizza famous in Rome, is the specialty here

Caviar and Champagne Luxury Feels Fresh Again at Two Village Bars

The Riddler and Air’s earn two stars apiece for their accessible bubbly selections and stellar food

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Newly Revamped Gotham Bar Still Feels Like Your Uncle’s Favorite Old Hangout

The Greenwich Village mainstay is seemingly stuck in the past, even with a new menu from chef Victoria Blamey

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A Breathtaking Treasure Trove of Biryani Cements a Jersey City Newcomer as a Star

Three stars for Biryani Darbar, which offers a stunning lineup of 15 biryanis

Llama San Propels Japanese-Peruvian Cuisine to Essential New York Dining

Chef Erik Ramirez’s Village hot spot beautifully delivers on Nikkei fare, a style rarely seen in New York

‘Wellness’ Facade Aside, the Equinox Hotel Restaurant Serves Destination-Worthy Fare

Electric Lemon’s airy menu dubiously self-identifies as "clean cuisine," but the Stephen Starr restaurant at Hudson Yards manages to impress anyway

NYC’s Buzziest New Sushi Parlors Are Transcendent, If You Can Handle the Bros

Noda and Sushi Noz both execute a pristine, high-end omakase in spite of a clientele that seems insistent on interrupting the zen experience

A Review of Mario Batali’s Biggest NYC Restaurants, in a Post-Batali World

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

West Village’s New Tasting Menu Has Big Ideas That Don’t Stick the Landing

Red Paper Clip is busy and filled with promise, but two Blue Hill alum chefs aren’t fulfilling them yet

The Charm of the New Pastis Is That It’s the Old Pastis — Flaws and All

At Rezdôra, an Osteria Francescana Alum Forges High Art From Rustic Pasta

Chef Stefano Secchi’s pasta tasting has the ingenuity of a great omakase and the soul of Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region

Olmsted’s French-Japanese Spinoff Is a Chic, Cross-Cultural Summer Hang

Japanese skewers with classically French sauces reign at Maison Yaki, chef Greg Baxtrom’s second restaurant in Prospect Heights

Au Cheval Is a Meaty, Retrograde Misfire

The famous Chicago import is indulgent to a fault, and not nearly worth the wait that it commands at its Tribeca location

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The Best Dishes Eater Critic Ryan Sutton Ate at Hudson Yards

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Estiatorio Milos Is Hudson Yards’s Biggest Scam

At Costas Spiliadis’s Greek seafood restaurant at Hudson Yards, the one constant is that you’ll feel cheated — whether the food is grand or average

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Ethical Meat Specialist Belcampo’s NYC Debut Is a Big, Bland Miss

California’s noble attempt at sustainable meat is poorly executed, with bland burgers and underseasoned steak

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Wild Ink Is an Overwrought Yet Underachieving Fusion Disaster at Hudson Yards

London-based group Rhubarb’s New York City debut goes wrong at every turn with Frankenstein fusion

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Momofuku Weaves Luxury Into Korean Traditions at Kawi, a Hudson Yards Gem

David Chang’s newest restaurant, under chef Eunjo Park, is a bright spot in the mall’s otherwise bleak dining landscape

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At TAK Room, Keller Finds New Ways to Charge More for Average American Fare

The Hudson Yards midcentury chophouse’s most troubling addition to New York’s dining scene is the $100 entree for one

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Where to Eat (but Mostly What to Avoid) at Hudson Yards

The $25 billion project brought some of New York’s highest-profile new dining options this year. But most of the restaurants aren’t worth visiting, writes critic Ryan Sutton

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Milos Wine Bar Unexpectedly Charms With Rare Greek Wines and Approachable Snacks

The restaurant is a foil to its flashier upstairs sibling, Estiatorio Milos, offering a far more generous ideation of a mall restaurant