Something about being comfortable enough for someone to touch your hair and wanting to caffeinate just works out for the best at Three Seat Espresso.
After a Michelin star and 44 locations across Asia and Australia, the dim sum triumph has arrived in the East Village.
Although it feels like a cocktail bar and behaves perfectly like one, the food really is a solid reason to come spend time here.
They serve a dry-aged burger on Texas toast with onions, shishito peppers, provolone and a special harissa mayo.
Chef Gerardo Gonzalez brings his sunny California disposition to the fore with sweet nods to his Mexican heritage and global explorings.
Something about the layout, the smiles and the fact that nobody has any kind of attitude only adds to the romance.
The Carroll Gardens favorite makes the move to Cooper Square.
They’ve got a full retail market and the soon-to-open food court.
It’s like a chic Willy Wonka factory of delights all coming together in a landmarked brownstone, which you may have passed a million times before.
The new restaurant centers around cocktails and the French Dip sandwich.
If you happened to pop over to Astor Place over the weekend, you might have tasted some of Zagat’s favorite restaurants in mini format of course, for free.
The menu includes oysters on the half shell, fried duck meatballs with brie cheese and fennel, gorgeous beets and mussels that fall out of a bag.