Both the food and wine convey a refined coziness that allows you to get comfortable even while seated on a stool.
East 7th Street just might have it all.
Furry friends pair well with happy hour.
There’s even a spot that will whisk the molten cheese, egg yolk and butter into a salty, creamy custard in the bread boat right at your table.
They wanted an approach that would be casual and inviting for all, whether you have Portuguese roots or not.
Mayanoki has assumed the challenge of showing that the right thing to do can also be the most interesting.
Retailing for $199, the Grow Duo planter comes with soil, seeds, nutrients and an app.
Good old-fashioned therapy at the local watering hole happens over oolong, say, rather than a glass of wine or whiskey.
Beyond the Shoreline is betting seaweed will be the snack of the future.
Scallop lovers who would love to pick up a few pounds to take home from the pop-up can place advance orders.
The new East Village gem just wants to make good wholesome, health conscious, comfort food with vegetarian and vegan options.
Each dinner is centered around a year and a place, and combines several aspects of the heritage of Southern cooking.