Gage & Tollner's martini, complete with sidecar.
Gage & Tollner's martini, complete with sidecar.

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The July Hit List: Gage & Tollner, Le Pavillon, Queens Night Market, and More

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It’s summer in the city, New York is in full swing, and anyone who is anyone is hitting their favorite restaurants. And you’d be wise to plan ahead — a group dinner reservation for next weekend, a few weekday two-tops — you know the drill. And we’re here to help.

From a classic Brooklyn chophouse perfectly suited to the reopening frenzy to a summer-long street food festival; from classic French to a great Korean-French hybrid, the July Hit List is here to guide you through this next chapter in our long, hot (in all the good ways) summer.

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