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  • Review From Eater NY

Don Angie Is the Next Evolution of Italian-American Cuisine

The restaurant from Angie Rito and Scott Tacinelli is the rare red sauce spot that challenges diners

  • Review From Eater NY

Kish-Kash Delivers on the Comforts of North African Fare Through a Perfect Couscous

Einat Admony’s charming West Village restaurant looks like a fast-casual restaurant but tastes like a fine dining one

  • Review From Eater NY

Atomix Turns Intellectual Dining Into a Playful Art

The Korean tasting menu from Ellia Park and Junghyun Park is the next evolution of fine dining, bringing a museum-like quality to a meal

  • Review From Eater SF

A Big, Beautiful Space Is the Draw at Radhaus, San Francisco’s New German Beer Hall

  • Review From Eater NY

New York Feels Alive at Danny Meyer’s Manhatta, Even If the Food Doesn’t

The sky-high French restaurant is a gift for its stunning views and accessible price point, though the food is less memorable

  • Review From Eater SF

A Middle Eastern Feast Lights Up Oakland’s Waterfront

  • Review From Eater NY

Smoke and Fire Make Jerked Meat Magic at Peppa’s and Glady’s

In Brooklyn, two West Indian restaurants are cementing their statuses as New York meat destinations

  • Review From Eater SF

Mid-Market’s Kantine Brings a Taste of Scandinavian Charm to San Francisco 

  • Review From Eater NY

NYC Gets a Shot of Hip LA With Wood-Fired Taco Destination Oxomoco

The Mexican spot in Greenpoint is serving summery vibes and some of the finest barbacoa in the city

  • Review From Eater NY

Sofreh Is a Flawed but Vital Newcomer to NYC’s Persian Scene

The sleek new Prospect Heights restaurant delivers on Iranian flavors with a stunningly complex saffron rice, but service and other dishes are still uneven

  • Review From Eater NY

Rarer Cuts Shine at Meaty Nepalese Barbecue in Sunnyside

The first international outpost of Nepal chain Bajeko Sekuwa arrives with funky mutton and fatty wild boar

  • Review From Eater SF

Pearl Brings the Art of Neighborhood Dining Back to San Francisco

  • Review From Eater SF

Sorrel Brings Beautiful, If Unsurprising, Food to Pacific Heights

  • Review From Eater NY

The French Bistro Is Newly Compelling at Frenchette

Funky food, natural wine, and warm service delight at Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson’s deservedly packed restaurant

  • Review From Eater NY

Sizzling Filipino Fare Gets Its Due at Mama Fina’s in East Village

Crackling pork belly and crunchy squid beautifully sputter at the New Jersey import

  • Review From Eater NY

Una Pizza’s $25 Pies Don’t Live Up to NYC Standards

Anthony Mangieri’s once-supreme pies have lost some of their luster

  • Review From Eater SF

Henry’s, a Berkeley Classic, Still Has Room to Improve

  • Review From Eater SF

In a Tasting Menu Town, Youthful Avery Isn’t Yet Living Up to Its Potential

  • Review From Eater NY

La Mercerie Is a Dreamy, Luxe Fantasy of a French Cafe

Marie-Aude Rose’s first U.S. restaurant is gorgeous, buttery, and very pricey

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Le Sia Is the Spicy Shellfish Destination New York Deserves

The East Village Chinese crawfish boil is a fiery, messy crustacean celebration

  • Review From Eater SF

Che Fico Is SF’s Most Exciting New Place to Eat Right Now

  • Review From Eater NY

Modern Korean Restaurant Soogil Doesn’t Live Up to Its Potential Yet

With a quality menu that’s often let down by service, the ambitious East Village restaurant still needs work

  • Review From Eater NY

Pheasant in Williamsburg Is a Brighter, Wilder Version of a Neighborhood Bistro

The airy, plant-strewn restaurant from an Isa alum has excitement ingrained in the menu

  • Review From Eater SF

Nyum Bai’s Dreamy Cambodian Cooking Is a Hit

  • Review From Eater NY

MeMe’s Gets the Modern Diner Right 

Creative comfort food, warm hospitality, and complimentary cheese balls delight at the Prospect Heights newcomer

  • Review From Eater SF

Dominique Crenn’s Parisian Salon Stuns, Starting With the Price

  • Review From Eater NY

Momofuku Ko Champions Affordable Luxury Once Again

The new a la carte bar menu brings accessibility back to David Chang’s experimental fine dining flagship

  • Review From Eater SF

Cassava Rightfully Draws Diners to the Richmond From Morning to Night

  • Review From Eater NY

Splashy Naples Pizza Import Sorbillo Mostly Misses the Mark

The cheaper pies excel in simplicity, but everything else can be avoided

  • Review From Eater NY

Her Name Is Han Is NYC’s Cutting Edge of Korean Soul Food

Empire builder Kihyun Lee’s rustic-chic Midtown restaurant is innovative and artful

Despite the Alembic’s Ambitious Menu, Cocktails Remain the Star 

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MáLà Project Is the Next Everyday Bistro of NYC

Two stars for the spicy, stylish restaurant in East Village and Midtown

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