Chef Eiji Ichimura at his eponymous sushi restaurant. Photo Credit: Evan Sung.
Welcome warmer weather with a full range of new eateries and well-loved haunts. From omakase to dim sum, Resy’s list of top bites around town is served. Grab a seat.
1/4 Charles Prime Rib
Because walk through the velvet curtain, and you’ll be transported to a swanky supper club in the heart of the West Village. Indulge in a mouth-watering burger and (off-menu) French dip au jus. // West Village. Book now at 4 Charles Prime Rib.
Because enjoy 22 courses of sublime and masterful preparations at Chef Eiji Ichimura’s 10-seat sushi counter. When in New York, it’s a must. // Tribeca. Book now at Ichimura.
Because roasted bone marrow with oxtail ragoût at a picturesque FiDi stomping ground. Pro-tip: try the sea urchin spaghettini with king crab. // Financial District. (212) 375-0010.
Because there’s no better way to kick off lunch service than with “Grandma Val’s Meatball Hero” (hello, smoked Di Palo’s mozzarella and sesame garlic bread). Feeling nostalgic? Opt for the smoked mozzarella sticks with Sunday sauce. // Greenwich Village. Book now at Pig Bleecker.
Because Chef Dan Kluger’s Brussels sprout, jalapeño, and aged cheddar pizza is a bona fide sensation. So is the cheeseburger. And the monkey bread. // Greenwich Village. Book now at Loring Place.
Instagram-worthy stellar breakfast and lunch offerings are available daily. Nab a preview of the upcoming dinner menu – which makes its full debut in late Spring – nightly from 5:00 to 8:00pm. // Nolita. Book now at De Maria.
Because Pinch boasts three delicious variations on traditional soup dumplings, and their petite size means you can order all three. // SoHo. Walk-ins only.
8/Tim Ho Wan
Because this classic is the dim sum gold standard. With Sunday lunch lines that wrap around the block, it’s best to arrive early– or with good company. // East Village. (212) 228-2800.
Because each meaty portion is sliced to order and served on a sizzling plate. Meat is an obvious must and don’t leave without ordering the garlic fried rice. // East Village. (917) 388-3546.
Because the space and the menu have expanded. Enjoy homestyle Vietnamese cooking from carefully-sourced ingredients, in a 70-seat Bushwick playground. // Bushwick. (718) 386-4282.
Because this renowned ramen joint is a rite of passage. The ramen is indulgent, warm, and an umami bomb in the best way. // LES. Book now at Ivan Ramen.
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