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Paris on Lex: Casimir & Co. Opens a Real-Real, Nabe Bistro
The new uptown Casimir & Co. is as authentic as the original, but every bit the modernized bistro (read the story...)

Things Are Just Paramount at the Paramount!
The Times Square hotel unveils an enticing re-imagination, and the new Paramount Bar & Grill (read the story...)

Casa Lever Offers 'Chef's Weekend Menu'
Every Friday and Saturday for dinner, Casa Lever now offers a special Chef's Weekend menu at $75 per person (read the story...)

Alfresco Delights
Summertime means gorgeous, breezy outdoor dining in some of New York City's most iconic spaces (read the story...)

Something for EVeRyone at EVR Gastro-Lounge
Operating owner of EVR Gastro-Lounge Alex Likhtenstein dishes on his new, multifaceted midtown purveyor of cool, where uptown sophistication meets downtown artistry. (read the story...)

Promenade Picks: The Sea Fire Grill
Last November, the people behind midtown’s Benjamin Steakhouse dipped their toes in the water with this seafood-centric offshoot, and the result is an elegant yet classic experience. (read the story...)

Hakkasan Celebrates One Year in NYC
World-renowned Chinese restaurant Hakkasan is now celebrating their one-year anniversary in NYC. (read the story...)

The Interview: The Le Cirque Legacy
Sirio and Mauro Maccioni, father and son, on their flagship French Le Cirque, Italian dining at Circo and Sirio, their restaurant at the Pierre Hotel -- and life in a famous food family. (read the story...)

Battery Park Bonanza! Atrio Restaurant and Wine Bar in the Conrad Hotel
Atrio Restaurant and Wine Bar is a little jewel tucked off the Conrad Hotel's main (and very glamorous) atrium, which is majestically dominated by a towering Sol Lewitt sculpture. (read the story...)

Landmark Dining - New York City's Most Historic Restaurants
With a history as rich as New York City's, you would expect there to be many restaurants with stories as long and absorbing as their menus. Here are the places to get both an exquisite meal and a dose of classic Manhattan. (read the story...)

Landmark Dining - Grand Central Oyster Bar
The high-vaulted tiled ceiling in the 400-seat main dining room is an architectural gem of the Gilded Age and still beloved by tourists and natives alike. (read the story...)

Landmark Dining - Patsy's Italian Restaurant
This white tablecloth restaurant of simple elegance and warmth was made famous long ago by Frank Sinatra. But it's the food and the friendliness that really counts. (read the story...)

Sirio Ristorante: A Grand New Eatery at the Pierre Hotel
Restaurateur Sirio Maccioni has returned to the Pierre Hotel to open his another jewel in his crown of superlative NYC restaurants. (read the story...)

Hakkasan New York
The world-renowned Chinese restaurant has brought its modern Cantonese cuisine, impeccable service, and unparalleled dining experience to Manhattan. (read the story...)

The Restaurant Interview: Georges Briguet
Open since 1964, Le Périgord has been host to movie stars across the ages, who along with faithful regulars have kept Georges busy for nearly 50 years. (read the story...)

Latin Dining: Vermilion
Owner Rohini Dey gave a boost to the food of her native India by combining it with a Latin template and showcases the cooking of guest chefs. (read the story...)

Latin Dining: Suenos
Owner/chef Sue Torres loves the cuisine because of the abundance of chiles, herbs, and spices and the many layers and nuances using them. (read the story...)

Latin Dining: Rosa Mexicano
The original Rosa Mexicano opened in 1984 and retains an intimate, cozy charm with its small bar and L-shaped dining room. (read the story...)

Latin Dining: Raymi
This high-ceilinged, spacious newcomer in the Flatiron District calls itself a “Peruvian Kitchen and Pisco Bar” and holds many culinary treats. (read the story...)

Latin Dining: Ofrenda
Owner Jorge Guzman considers it like his home, where guests find genuine Mexican food served elegantly in an unpretentious setting. (read the story...)

Latin Dining: Maya
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of his first New York restaurant, Richard Sandoval went all out, with new space for relaxing and 100 tequilas. (read the story...)

Latin Dining: Fonda
Roberto Santibanez showcases some of the best Mexican food you are likely to find anywhere in this simple and charming restaurant. (read the story...)

Latin Dining: El Parador Cafe
El Parador Café claims to be the oldest authentic Mexican restaurant in New York, but there is nothing old-fashioned about this congenial place. (read the story...)

Latin Dining: Crema
Chef/owner Julietta Ballestero focuses her cuisine not only on flavor and technique, but color, architecture, and finishing flourishes. (read the story...)

Latin Dining: Calle Ocho
This enormous restaurant inside New York’s Hotel Excelsior is named for 8th Street, the site of the annual festival in Miami known as Little Havana. (read the story...)

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