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Soto Restaurant. Food was great, had the full omakase.

Soto Restaurant

Everything was very consistent in quality and taste. Especially loved the goma tofu, eel and sushi. Sushi were warm, albeit smaller than average, scored, and very soft. It's an approach that I surprisingly didn't mind and actually found quite memorable. Prior to the trip I read a lot of reviews about bad services and sub-par decor but both were surprisingly fine. Pete Wells Explores Korean Restaurants in Queens. We can blame the IRT.

Pete Wells Explores Korean Restaurants in Queens

The No. 7 train was never meant to end at Main Street in Flushing. If the Interborough Rapid Transit Company had followed through on plans to extend it, then all the remarkable Korean food of Queens might be as famous as the dosas of Jackson Heights, the tamales of Corona, the som tums of Elmhurst. 36 Hours in Central Park, New York - Video. TIRADO DISTILLERY INC - Home. Top ten dishes and drinks in New York City in 2013. Eating and Drinking Red Hook, Brooklyn. But for variety, charm, oddity and rugged urban beauty, there is nothing in the city like eating and drinking your way across this Brooklyn neighborhood.

Eating and Drinking Red Hook, Brooklyn

To understand why, imagine that what ran through Red Hook’s streets last Oct. 29 was lava, six feet deep in places. The neighborhood would have been a modern Pompeii of food and drink, a startlingly complete record of the things that obsessed hungry New Yorkers in 2012. The buried machinery alone would have told a story. 36 Hours in Queens, N.Y. Nicoletta - NYC- Restaurant Review. Empellon : Eater NY. Following yesterday's news about Enrique Olvera planning a tortilleria to accompany his new restaurant, Cosme, Alex Stupak tweeted: "Cool idea.

Empellon : Eater NY

Strangely I'm doing the same thing on St. Marks and A. " Eater reached out for more details on what he's got planned. Here's the word from Stupak: We are building a bar and restaurant around a small facility dedicated to the process. Although a lot of Mexican restaurants in New York use fresh tortillas, most of these establishments get them from local factories like Tortilleria Nixtamal and Tortilleria Mexicana Los Hermanos. [Image: Foursquare/Krieger]Empellon's Alex Stupak is looking to open a third restaurant in the former Sushi Lounge space on St. There's not much information yet on what this third restaurant will be (provided all goes well with the CB3). [All photos by Robert Sietsema] Brooklyn Brainery Offers Popular Courses. Michael Appleton for The New York Times The Brooklyn Brainery, in a storefront in Carroll Gardens, offers courses on eclectic subjects popular with recent college grads.

Brooklyn Brainery Offers Popular Courses

More Photos » First Look at Little Muenster, Cheese-ing Up the Lower East Side Beginning Tuesday. The grilled-cheese trend don't stop: The latest option for melted cheese lovers is Little Muenster, opening Tuesday on the Lower East Side.

First Look at Little Muenster, Cheese-ing Up the Lower East Side Beginning Tuesday

Owners Adam Schneider and Vanessa Palazio based some of their creative flavor mash-ups on favorite pastas, like one sandwich with leek confit, Gruyère, and pancetta (chevre was added for an acidic kick), and they also have the option to add marrow butter to any sandwich for a dollar extra. When delivery begins in a few weeks, customers can choose to have the sandwich cooked on premises or delivered toaster-ready "to protect against sogginess," Schneider explains. For now, you can take out or grab one of thirteen seats beneath a cheese-grater chandelier for lunch, dinner, and late night (till midnight Sundays, 2 a.m. during the week, and 4 a.m. Little Muenster - Super Fancy Grilled Cheese - 100 Stanton Street, NY, NY 212.203.7197. The Bowery Diner. NYC and Las Vegas from above, at night - The Big Picture - Bosto. Roberta’s - NYC - Restaurant Review. Guy Calaf for The New York Times The busy dining room of Roberta's in Bushwick.

Roberta’s - NYC - Restaurant Review

Rock music throbbed just loudly enough to diminish the poppy noise of a large dance party outside in the garden where the restaurant grows its herbs and some of its vegetables. The rough wooden tables inside were packed: neighborhood scenesters in tattoos and skinny jeans; black-car chauffeurs with ties pulled loose; gastronaut moms and dads in from Manhattan to feast. The Hot Dog, Redefined One Cart at a Time. At Acme Smoked Fish, Lox Is the Lure. Empellon - West Village Mexican Restaurant. Pouring Ribbons. Brooklyn Fare. Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, Brooklyn’s only three Michelin-starred restaurant, is unlike any other.

Brooklyn Fare

Settle in to the kitchen counter at this intimate 18 seat space for a unique dining experience featuring the cuisine of Chef Cesar Ramirez. This prix-fixe dinner consists of over twenty small plate courses. We are currently booking reservations six weeks in advance. Every Monday morning we open up a new week at 10:30 am. The Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare — NYC — Restaurant Review. Evan Sung for The New York Times César Ramirez at the Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare.

The Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare — NYC — Restaurant Review

Mr. Ramirez is the chef at the Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, on Schermerhorn Street in Downtown Brooklyn. He stood like a ship’s captain in front of the immense Molteni stove that is the centerpiece of his kitchen, the hearth around which the restaurant was built, framed by an immense collection of gleaming copper pots. Before him were 18 customers on stools set around a D-shaped stainless-steel bar.