In some ways, falafel is the world’s most perfect food and, made from chickpeas, it’s reasonably healthy. Read on for our picks of the city’s best falafel restaurants.
This wet, dreary weather leaves many us craving comfort in the form of food: delicious, hearty, stick-to-your-ribs-and-make-you-feel-like-you’re-being-hugged food. Here are some of the best places to find it in New York City.
Few drinks are as simple to make as lemonade: take some water, add lemon and sugar, and stir. Et voilà: lemonade! It sounds simple, but, as connoisseurs know, the differences in taste and experience can be significant. Below, our picks for some of the city’s best glasses of this delicious beverage.
Lauren Weisberger is the New York Times bestselling author of The Devil Wears Prada and its upcoming sequel Revenge Wears Prada. Here, she shares her favorite New York City restaurants, museums and parks.
From upscale American to international cuisines, make a reservation at one of these neighborhood gems for a deliciously romantic date night out.
While many restaurants in New York City have close relationships with farmers, and boast unimpeachable farm-to-table ethics, far fewer have actual gardens wherein they grow the produce that’s used on their plates.
As the weather warms up, sidewalk al fresco dining season begins again in New York City. Not everyone likes dining mere feet from the street and traffic fumes, so here’s a list of spots around town with wonderful backyards or rooftop terraces.
The Couch brought in Gretch Connelie from the Tommy Bahama Restaurant And Bar in Midtown to show us some no-fuss, no-cook appetizers.
A tasting menu doesn’t have to cost thousands of dollars to be decadent. These New York City restaurants are offering multiple courses – from Asian cuisines to intricate wine pairings – for under $100 per person.
Not surprisingly, spring soups rely on spring ingredients, including asparagus and ramps. Menus can change as quickly as the weather, so get these bowls of goodness while you can.
Gone are the days when you had to head to Queens for authentic Sichuan cooking. The Manhattan restaurants below specialize in “ma la,” the peculiar tongue-tingling effect that devotees crave and the uninitiated fear.
Drink your way to better health by visiting one of these juice bars, purveyors of freshness, temples of nutrients, vendors of all-nature goodness.
TV 10-55′s Alex Denis and the Mobile Couch are inside the Hudson Hotel on 58th Street, at a new restaurant called Hudson Common.
Salad—it’s not just for rabbits, or Real Housewives. With the weather warming up, we’re reminded that beach body season is coming up quick. Looking to eat a little lighter? Here are five restaurants whose salads are worth your fork-time.
One of the great pleasures of adulthood has been discovering restaurants that serve dessert for dinner. The restaurants that follow don’t relegate confections to meal’s end—they give the sweet stuff center stage, letting it shine via unusual ingredients and combinations.
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