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#FoodOnFilm photo of Cafe Altro Paradiso’s lunch menu.
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“Noun, a person employed at or concerned with bread. Word origin: pao from Portuguese, walla from Sanskrit.” This is a modern Indian restaurant by Chef Floyd Cardoz, five years since he closed Tabla. Pao’s are also Portuguese buns that are typically stuffed with cheese but here, can be stuffed with different fillings. It’s new and might be the best restaurant of the year, flavor wise. // SoHo. Book now at Paowalla.
Seen on the Hit List, Mimi is the little French restaurant on Sullivan Street with 25-year-old Chef, Liz Johnson, who’s rocking in the kitchen. Serving elaborate French classics in a chic, contemporary space with banquette & bar seating. Pete Wells says get the eel, so get the eel. // SoHo. Book now at Mimi.
Atoboy is the new restaurant of former Jungsik Chef, Jung Hyun Park. Here you’ll meet and get to know all about Banchan, the small dishes of food served along with cooked rice in Korean cuisine. More yumness to come. // Nomad. Book now at Atoboy.
Cafe Altro Paradiso
You’ve seen them on our Snapchat, Cafe Altro Paradiso is now live on the app. Chef Ignacio Mattos is doing his take on traditional Italian cooking in an airy, wood-accented space with a marble bar. Vibes on point and the lunch is still undiscovered so get in while you can. // SoHo. Book now at Cafe Altro Paradiso.
Don Muang Airport
The Thai soul food spot inside Baby’s All Right. Great for street snacks, char-grilled dishes & group friendly cocktails. Protip: order the Thai fried chicken and papaya salad sandwich, perfect for summer. “Come Fly With Us”. // Williamsburg. Book now at Don Muang Airport.
An American whiskey bar/snug watering hole serving 100+ whiskeys and simple tavern bites. House rules: “1. There is no such thing as a best whiskey, the best whiskey is the one you love the most. Your job is to hunt this whiskey down. 2. Five percent off for Tinder dates, you need to prove it by showing us your initial awkward messages…” Read more on their website. Scotch Eggs FTW. // UWS. Walk-ins only.
Kings County Imperial
Chefs Josh Grinker’s and Tracy Young’s reinterpreted central Chinese restaurant serving dishes made with local ingredients, as local as their own garden. Homemade shumai for dim sum brunch, yum cha! // Williamsburg. Walk-ins only.
Bubby’s Tribeca – Highline coming soon
On Bubby’s menu you’ll learn that they serve 675,000 cups of coffee a year, it takes 17 hours to smoke their brisket, they sell 85,000 Bubby’s burgers each year, and they make their own Bloody Mary mix from scratch (don’t forget to try their pickle brine version.) Go for brunch but don’t forget that dinner is served every day from 5pm. PS: homemade pies. // Tribeca. Book now at Bubby’s.
A seasonal American restaurant where Chef and owner Jake Novick-Finder is creating seasonal dishes out of the custom built wood-fired oven. A celebration of whole and milled grains through shared plates, pizzas, and sweet pies. They are also committed to sourcing their ingredients as locally and sustainably as possible. The Chef’s mother’s personal farm, Gristmill Farm, in Rhinebeck, NY case in point. “All is grist to the mill.”- Proverb // Park Slope. Book now at Gristmill.
Meaning a hundred fires and named after a breezy port Cuban town, a governor, and a revolutionary, Cienfuegos is the East Village’s home to everything Cuban and all things rum. So stop in, grab a punch bowl, they would like to invite “your soul to mambo. And don’t forget to have a drink ‘para los santos.’” // East Village. Book now at Cienfuegos.
Mother of Pearl
One of the newest additions to the DeRossi family, Mother of Pearl is a vegan Polynesian restaurant serving up sophisticated tiki cocktails. The ladies run the show with Chef Daphne Cheng in the kitchen and mixologist Jane Danger on the bar. If you don’t order the #sharkeye, you won’t witness the winner of Time Out’s “most Instagram-worthy cocktail”. // East Village. Book now at Mother of Pearl.
Internationally-inspired seafood, small plates, wines, beers & cocktails. Seasonal is the name of the game and vegetables are their home base. Now in the East Village, get the langoustine with egg yolk carpaccio, matchstick potatoes & crustacean sauce. Wine list by Charlie Bird’s Robert Bohr and Grant Reynolds. // East Village. Book now at Bergen Hill.
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DC’s first Cidery + pintxos bar serving Basque cuisine with the main focus of helping guests uncover the history of traditional cider from around the world. Beverage Director Tim Prendergast curated a list of 30 ciders by the glass and close to 100 by the bottle. Chef Vallcorba brings the heart of Basque to the capital. Fried pigs ears with a pocha bean salad and giundilla peppers in a rustic-chic setting? You know you need it. // Truxton Circle. Book now at Anxo.
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L & E Oyster Bar
A neighborhood oyster spot serving beer and wine in the heart of Silver Lake. L & E showcases the oysterman, the fisherman, the rancher and the farmer, the brewmaster and the winemaker, and of course, the oyster. Fried clams + house cured duck breast gets you everytime. // Silver Lake. Book now at L & E Oyster Bar.
La Verbena at El Cid
La Verbena at El Cid is part historic restaurant, part bar & part flamenco supper club in the heart of Silver Lake. La Verbena draws its name from the Spanish expression for an open air festival or street party and in this case, features a menu that includes grilled flatbreads, roasted dips, meats, veggies, and seafood. If you’re looking for live music, El Cid has been chosen by the LA Weekly as one of the top ten bars and restaurants to see live music in Los Angeles. // Silver Lake. Book now at La Verbena at El Cid.
Converted 1908 Craftsman cottage in the heart of Hollywood offering upscale Cali-eats that pays homage to comfort foods and the finest home kitchens across the country. Whether you’re in the mood for a rendezvous by the fireplace or a meal in the vine-wrapped garden patio, Off Vine has got you covered. Especially if you’re on your way to the Pantages Theater. // Hollywood. Book now at Off Vine.
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A walk-up counter with fine dining vibes. Sit in the quiet mezzanine or the lively bar and communal main floor area. Both options lead to the all-day menu including the braised short rib & gruyére crostini French onion soup… Get ’em! // Civic Center. Book now at Corridor.
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Showcasing hospitality originating from Spain, Klima is a restaurant, bar & lounge with an array of specialty cocktails. Small plates lead the way at the bar with Mediterranean roots & seasonal products. The theme is simplicity with authentic flavors. Check out their Soundcloud for vibes to go. // South Beach. Book now at Klima.
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