Part raw bar, part fish market with seafood favorites, plus beer and wine in small digs with a handful of seats. Read more here.
114 Nassau Ave., Brooklyn; 718-349-0400
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Stylish West SoHo rooftop lounge atop the Hugo Hotel offering drinks and small plates.
525 Greenwich St.; 212-608-4848
Carroll Gardens bar with a plethora of beer plus elevated pub grub and occasional live music.
166 Smith St., Brooklyn; 718-451-3825
East Village sequel to the Jackson Heights original specializing in Korean fried chicken with different sauces.
60 Third Ave.; 212-254-0888
An outdoor lounge on a courtyard in front of the High Line Hotel offering light fare and lots of champagne.
180 10th Ave.; 212-929-3888
New, authentic Taiwanese dumpling shop in the East Village.
179 Second Ave.
Third branch of the local chainlet known for its bacon-wrapped dawgs.
120 MacDougal St.; 212-539-0100
Casual Southern spin-off of Brooklyn's Seersucker in the former Nightingale 9 space in Carroll Gardens.
345 Smith St., Brooklyn; 718-422-0444
Floating oyster and wine boat from a Andrew Tarlow alum aboard a ship docked off of a pier in TriBeCa.
Pier 25 (Moore at West St.); 212-960-3390