25 New Restaurants to Try in New York

By Zagat Staff | September 24, 2014 By Zagat Staff  |  September 24, 2014
Photo by: Clay Williams

It's the burning question on every hungry diner's mind: where should we eat tonight? Here, we're helping you answer that question with a roundup of new and notable openings of the past month. Check them out in the slide show and map below, starting with the most recent openings at the top.

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  • GG's 

    Reboot of Goat Town with a wide-ranging American menu featuring pasta, gourmet pizza and other hearty grub. Read more here.

    511 E. Fifth St.; 212-687-3641

  • White Street

    Globally accented New American cuisine from chef Floyd Cardoz (ex North End Grill) in an upscale setting with an old-school vibe. Read more here.

    221 W. Broadway; 212-944-8378

  • Photo by: Alice Gao


    Latest entry from Danny Meyer (in collaboration with his Maialino chef), focusing on thin-crust Roman pizzas and other Italian fare in the Martha Washington Hotel. Read more here.

    Martha Washington Hotel; 29 E. 29th St.; 212-651-3800

  • Tuome

    An EMP vet has opened this market-driven Chinese concept with French and American influences in the East Village.

    536 E. Fifth St.; 646-833-7811

  • Photo by: Alli Shepherd

    Egg Shop

    A new NoLita concept devoted to gourmet egg sandwiches. 

    151 Elizabeth St.; 646-666-0810

  • Greenpoint Fish & Lobster

    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 

  • Botequim

    Downstairs hotel restaurant from the owner of Tocqueville serving modern takes on classic Brazilian fare. Read more here

    132 Fourth Ave.; 212-432-1324 

  • Park Avenue Autumn

    New home of the UES original with the same seasonally changing menu and decor.

    360 Park Ave. S.; 212-951-7111

  • Photo by: Michael Harlan Turkell

    Dirty French

    Torrisi team's newest set to open in the Ludlow Hotel with a French menu playing on classic bistro dishes and a stylish setting with vintage touches. Read more here.

    180 Ludlow St.; 212-254-3000

  • Cow & Clover

    Contemporary farm-to-table cooking in airy surrounds with rustic touches.

    291 Kent Ave., Brooklyn; 718-782-8810

  • Boilermaker

    Replacement for Golden Cadillac with pitchers of punch, cocktails on draft and the namesake shot-and-a-beer combo, of course.

    13 First Ave.; 646-924-8153

  • Lincoln Center Kitchen

    New American restaurant in Avery Fisher Hall serving modern takes on classic dishes. Read more here.

    10 Lincoln Center Plaza; 212-874-7000

  • Torino

    Italian trattoria helmed by Sant Ambroeus alums with a large outdoor cafe serving fried pizzas, pastas, salads and more in Midtown.

    1700 Broadway; 212-757-2233​

  • The Good Batch

    Clinton Hill bakery from Smorgasburg vets offering signature stroopwafels (Dutch waffle cookies) and plenty of other sweets plus Counter Culture coffee.

    936 Fulton St., Brooklyn; 718-622-4000

  • Sachi Asian Bistro

    Contemporary Murray Hill bistro from Pichet Ong and Andy Yang turning out updated takes on Asian street-food favorites. Read more here.

    713 Second Ave.; 212-297-1883 

  • Aldo Sohm Wine Bar

    Sleek wine bar from Le Bernardin's master sommelier with French small plates and lunch.

    151 W. 51st St.; 212-554-1143

  • Tacuba

    Casual Astoria Mexican cantina from Julian Medina (Toloache, Yerba Buena) with creative tacos, frozen margaritas and pitchers of beer. Read more here.

    35-01 36th St., Queens; 718-786-2727

  • Birds & Bubbles

    Narrow Southern joint from Sarah Simmons of City Grit specializing in fried chicken and champagne. Read more here.

    100B Forsyth St., downstairs; 646-368-9240 

  • Mulino A Vino

    Wine-focused Italian restaurant in Chelsea from noted chef Davide Scabin of Italy's Combal.Zero restaurant.

    337 W. 14th St.; 212-433-0818

  • Kilo Bravo

    America-themed bar with cocktails for all 50 states and pub eats like beef sandwiches and grilled cheese.

    180 N. 10th St., Brooklyn; 347-987-4379

  • Bar Hugo

    Stylish West SoHo rooftop lounge atop the Hugo Hotel offering drinks and small plates.

    525 Greenwich St.; 212-608-4848

  • Belgian Beer Cafe

    Long-anticipated resto-bar offering an all-Belgian beer list plus mussels, steaks and other hearty eats in spacious surroundings. Read more here.

    220 Fifth Ave.; 212-575-2337 

  • The Upsider

    ​Midtown East gastropub turning out seasonal small and large plates. Read more here.

    1004 Second Ave; 646-726-4760

  • Seoul Chicken

    Korean-style chicken joint specializing in a variety of spicy wings served alongside whole birds, snacks and draft beers. Read more here.

    71 Clinton St.; 646-838-6066

  • Photo by: Danya Henninger

    Saraghina Bakery

    Bed-Stuy bakery next to its pizza-place sib, turning out a variety of crusty whole grain loaves and also selling pantry products like jarred sauces, oils and pastas.

    433 Halsey St., Brooklyn

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