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Dining & Nightlife

Photo: Noah Fecks
  • NYC Restaurant Week® | Citywide | January/February & July/August
    • NYC & Company signature program that runs biannually, offering $26 prix-fixe lunches and $42 dinners. The next iterations will take place January 21–February 9 and July 20–August 16, 2020.
  • L’Avenue | Manhattan | January 2019
    • Part of Saks Fifth Avenue’s $250 million renovations, this celebrity hot spot serves Parisian cuisine in a two-story space overlooking St. Patrick’s Cathedral and 30 Rock.
  • Dining at Hudson Yards | Manhattan | March 2019
    • NYC’s newest neighborhood has over 25 all-day restaurants, including a Korean spot by the Momofuku team, José Andrés’ Spanish food hall, Mercado Little Spain and three restaurants inside Neiman Marcus.
  • Paradise Club | Manhattan | March 2019
    • Part night club, part dinner theater, this venue by Ian Schrager in the new Times Square Edition features immersive performances, a multicourse feast and late-night dancing.
  • Public Records | Brooklyn | March 2019
    • This innovative social space in Gowanus includes a vegan café, community concert and performance space, and a bar/restaurant where vinyl record collectors spin nightly DJ sets.
  • Cedric’s at The Shed | Manhattan | April 2019
    • This all-day restaurant and bar by Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group specializes in cocktails, craft beer, wine and shareable bites.
  • Getaway | Brooklyn | April 2019
    • This nonalcoholic cocktail bar features house-made sodas and cordials along with mixed drinks in a fresh, airy space in Greenpoint.
  • Essex Market and The Market Line | Manhattan | May 2019 and 2020
    • A Lower East Side staple for over 100 years, Essex Market moved to a larger, modern space and welcomed new vendors, a test kitchen and more. The Market Line on the lower floor will open in phases, culminating with over 100 local vendors, including outposts of Adda, Ample Hills Creamery, Café Grumpy and Veselka.
  • The Fulton | Manhattan | May 2019
    • Jean-Georges’ latest project brings fresh seafood to a waterfront space with hand painted murals at Pier 17 in the Seaport District.
  • Jungle Bird | Manhattan | May 2019
    • Tropical cocktails and retro vibes fill this Chelsea bar that serves Southeast Asian–inspired small plates alongside its craft drinks.
  • The Lit. Bar | The Bronx | April 2019
    • Also serving as a wine bar and café, the borough’s first independent bookstore focuses on accessibility, diversity and community space in Port Morris.
  • The Paris Café | Queens | May 2019
    • Inside the new TWA Hotel at JFK Airport, this all-day café and lounge by Jean-Georges draws inspiration from historic Trans World Airlines in-flight menus.
  • Sugar Monk | Manhattan | May 2019
    • This Central Harlem bar focuses on artful cocktails, craft mixology, small bites and chocolates in a space filled with lush velvet chairs, dark lighting and jazz.
  • Time Out Market New York | Brooklyn | May 2019
    • Bringing the best NYC dishes together under one roof, this two-story food hall inside the Empire Stores in Dumbo is curated by Time Out editors.
  • Pastis | Manhattan | June 2019
    • The famed French restaurant in the Meatpacking District by James Beard Award–winning restaurateurs Keith McNally and Stephen Starr reopened to critical acclaim after five years.
  • Bar Wayō | Manhattan | July 2019
    • This bar from Momofuku at Pier 17 in the Seaport District specializes in seasonal cocktails, wine and beer alongside dishes that complement the drinks.
  • American Grill | The Bronx | August 2019
    • With cuisine representing different regions across the United States, this Melrose eatery serves up everything from banana pancakes to Memphis barbecue.
  • Electric Lemon | Manhattan | August 2019
    • Focused on health-conscious, clean eating, this restaurant on the 24th floor of the Equinox Hotel offers views of Hudson Yards from its elevated dining room and terrace.
  • Khiladi NYC | Manhattan | August 2019
    • Colorful artwork by local artists adorns this Southern Indian spot serving homestyle cuisine in the East Village.
  • Malibu Farm | Manhattan | August 2019
    • From the California coast to the Seaport District’s Pier 17 comes fresh farm-to-table dining with views of the Brooklyn Bridge in a minimalist space.
  • Mama Capri | Brooklyn | August 2019
    • On the border of Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill, this Italian restaurant is inspired by the Amalfi coast in both food and decor, with blue tile and yellow accents.
  • Paloma | Manhattan | August 2019
    • Latin-influenced cuisine is served in an animal-print and glass-filled interior space and back patio with string lights and a mural in Hotel Hendricks, just off Bryant Park.
  • Sahadi’s | Brooklyn | August 2019
    • The first new location since the original opened in 1948, this Middle Eastern grocery store includes a market, sit-down restaurant and bar in Sunset Park’s Industry City.
  • Xi’an Town | Brooklyn | August 2019
    • Chinese hand-pulled noodles from three female founders star at this Williamsburg spot that focuses on spicy, heathy cuisine.
  • Canal Street Oysters | Manhattan | September 2019
    • On the border of Soho and Tribeca, this new seafood spot serves up sustainable, locally sourced dishes in a casual, retro-inspired setting.
  • Cathédrale & Little Sister Lounge | Manhattan | September 2019
    • The Moxy East Village is home to Cathédrale, a 300-seat French Mediterranean hot spot with high ceilings, sculptures and draped fabric, and Little Sister Lounge, a dark and intimate underground cocktail bar.
  • Il Fiorista | Manhattan | September 2019
    • Locally sourced cuisine and edible flowers are offered in a Nomad space that has a bar, floral boutique and education center.
  • PRICELESS | Manhattan | October 2019
    • Mastercard’s new international culinary collective offers dining experiences that rotate world-famous restaurants to an immersive space in Tribeca, including current iterations of acclaimed restaurants from Zanzibar and Lima, and a craft cocktail bar from London.
  • Evil Twin Brewery | Queens | October 2019
    • A glass-enclosed, plant-filled taproom sits at the heart of this Ridgewood microbrewery, along with a seasonal outdoor patio and rotating food trucks.
  • MRKTPL Empire Outlets | Staten Island | November 2019
    • This nearly 13,000-square-foot artisanal food hall will offer the best local and international food purveyors in a relaxed environment at New York City’s only outlet shopping destination.
  • Gage & Tollner | Brooklyn | December 2019
    • The landmarked 19th century oyster and chop house is being returned to its former glory in Downtown Brooklyn, including a new tropical cocktail bar, the Sunken Harbor Club.
  • World Artisan Market | Queens | Fall–Winter 2019
    • This global food hall in Astoria will celebrate the borough’s diverse cuisine through nine full-service, sit-down restaurants.
  • Urbanspace West 52nd | Manhattan | Winter 2019
    • This Midtown West food hall will have a bar, lofty ceilings and hanging lamps inside 787 Seventh (formerly the AXA Equitable Building).
  • Roberta’s East Village | Manhattan | 2020
    • The first full-service Manhattan location of this classic Brooklyn spot will open with its famous pizza plus appetizers and natural wine.
  • Tin Building | Manhattan | 2020
    • This historic site that originally housed the Fulton Fish Market in 1835 is being rebuilt to accommodate a seafood-themed market in the Seaport District, by Jean-Georges.