American eatery from a Brooklyn Star alum with a menu by rotating chefs and domestic wines and beers.
434 Humboldt St., Brooklyn; 718-349-3355
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New authentic Taiwanese dumpling shop in the East Village.
179 Second Avenue
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
A total reboot of Pulino's, this Keith McNally venture now offers French fare in renovated digs.
282 Bowery; 212-226-3055
A Japanese izakaya from the owners of nearby ramen spot Chuko with small plates, sake, whiskey and shochu cocktails.
565 Vanderbilt Ave., Brooklyn; 347-425-9570
The newest outpost of Danny Meyer's popular, ever-expanding burger shack.
1 Old Fulton St., Brooklyn; 347-435-2676
The Manhattan sequel to the Williamsburg original serving the same signature chicken and waffles alongside other comfort-food staples.
178 Ludlow St.; 646-657-0233
Small cafe for coffee, juice and health-conscious light fare in Nolita.
164 Mott St.; 917-475-1815
Down-home fare and creative cocktails served till late in rustic Bushwick digs with a big outdoor space.
455 Troutman St., Brooklyn; 917-966-1666
Japanese joint serving an izakaya-style menu including yakitori, sashimi and late-night ramen.
13 W. 26th St.; 212-213-6258