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Nom Wah Tea Parlor dice ser el restaurante de dim sum más antiguo en funcionamiento de Nueva York, y ciertamente desde 1920 el restaurante sirve estas delicias en la misma dirección que en la actualidad. Si les interesa la historia, les agradará saber que la tienda se encuentra en Bloody Angle, una de las callejuelas más notorias de la ciudad por las bandas chinas que en el siglo XIX derramaron sangre sin remordimientos. No importa cuán peligrosa era en esa época; en la actualidad, Nom Wah es un espacio tranquilo en el que podrán disfrutar del clásico "siu mai" junto con una taza del tradicional té de jazmín, de la misma forma que se hacía en las viejas rutas de la seda siglos atrás.
La Mela or "apple" in Italian has been a staple on Mulberry Street for more than 25 years and it has garnered a reputation for offering some of the most affordable dishes on what is probably the most popular street in Little Italy. With so many options to choose from in this area, La Mela is a comfortable, no-frills place where you feel as if you might be dining at your uncle's house. It's great for parties because of the family style meals, however they still have a la carte options. On the menu you can find all the familiar favorites such as veal scallopini, spaghetti marinara and chicken Parmigiana in addition to an extensive wine list. One other little benefit if you happen to dine here in the summer, as you leave the restaurant, don't forget to try their excellent gelato at their little stand right outside the door.
The darling of the Italian American community of Nolita, Rubirosa treats its guests to a generous spread of revamped traditional Italian eats. Owned by the well-known Pappalardo family since 2010, the restaurant's modest yet charming Italian diner-style decor welcomes visitors with humility and endearment. The food is just an extension of the vibe of the place and is infused with honest flavors and presented with simplicity. The Lasagna Napoletana, Black & White Tagliatelle, and the Beef Braciole are some of the restaurant's specialties.
This old world German restaurant has an abundance of continental charm. It's a touch of Bavaria on the Lower East Side. At Loreley, no one goes home hungry and be sure to bring your appetite because the fare is hearty and filling. Whether it's the schnitzel sandwiches, liverwurst on German rye, herring in cream sauce with onions or apples and salt potatoes, you will be sure to exceed your daily calorie quotient and be left with barely enough room for a dessert of baked Camembert with loganberry sauce. They also have a DJ Lounge in the basement which frequently features international talent. Sit in their garden for a lovely setting in which to enjoy your food.
Sauce is a rustic Italian eatery located on the Lower East Side. The restaurant is owned by Frank Prisinzano, owner of several of New York's favorite Italian places. The restaurant only seats about 100 so it can get crazy at times, but many will say its well worth it. The restaurant also features its own butcher shop, an interesting attraction for carnivores, and you can even pick up some of the house made sausages and other meats to take home with you and prepare however you like.
The Meatball Shop has a few locations around NYC and since it first opened in 2010, you would wonder why it took so long for a restaurant to specialize in these delectable globes of meat. The way it works is you order your choice of beef, pork, chicken or veggie balls, then you top them off with a sauce. The meal comes with Foccacia and you can add sides like polenta, mash potatoes, broccoli, salads, etc. The restaurant features bar style seating and one of the hidden highlights is their ice cream sandwich. It is made with homemade cookies and fresh-churned cream, making it a haven for those with a sweet tooth as well.
EN Japanese Brasserie is the first US venture for the brother-sister restaurateur duo, Bunkei and Reika Yo. The menu is completely Japanese and the chef, Koji Nakano does his best to give you the authentic Japanese cuisine. You could try the restaurant's signature menu or select other delicacies as per your taste. Saikyo black cod in miso, crispy snow crab tempura and avocado roll for sushi or Konnyaku for vegetarians are a few of the available items. Also, keep a check on the brasserie's event schedule. Plan your visit according to the tasting events that take place quite regularly. Private rooms are also available for special parties.
Named after Pellegrino Artusi who is well known for his expansive cookbook La Scienza in Cucina e L’Arte di Mangiare Bene, L'Artusi will make any epicurean proud. This Italian diner, with its modern twists by Gabe and Katherine Thompson, along with its impressive wine cellar will definitely charm you. Spread across two floors, you can catch all the action at the open kitchen. It also features a cheese bar. Their menu includes dishes like spaghetti with garlic, parmesan and chiles, potato gnocchi with lamb shanks and tomato, rabbit fettucine, charred octopus with pancetta, potatoes, olives and chiles, braised short rib, roasted mushroom and roasted chicken. If you are a first-timer at L'Artusi, chances are you will leave as a fan.
Loosely translated, the name of this place could be taken to mean Lucky Peach's Burrito Bar. If the name seems a bit more exotic than the translation, then it's just a fitting match for the food: like a real burrito bar, it's informal and fast, but in this case, it carries an international flavor and is presided over by a famous restaurateur. Ssäm can mean anything wrapped in Korea, so head up to the bar and choose out a creative combination of things like kimchi and pickles to be wrapped in a flour pancake or bibb lettuce. Late-night tapas and an excellent cheese selection also feature on the menu.
Una tienda de artículos para la decoración del hogar es el último sitio donde esperarían encontrar una experiencia gastronómica superlativa, pero ABC Kitchen (ubicado dentro de ABC Carpet & Home) está a la altura. Esta creación en conjunto entre el gigantede la decoración y el chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten demostró valer la pena cuando salió votada "mejor restaurante nuevo de 2011" por la Fundación James Beard. ABC Kitchen propone unos platillos estadounidenses deliciosos que absolutamente merecen la fama que tienen. Los menús de brunch, almuerzo y cena están repletos de preparaciones bien hechas que destacan los mejores productos orgánicos, locales y saludables. El restaurante hace todo lo posible por ser "verde" y sustentable en todas sus prácticas, incluso en cuanto a las canastas de pan, que están hechas a mano por el pueblo Mapuche de Perú. Ayudado en gran medida por la colección fabulosa de la tienda, el salón comedor es extremadamente elegantes y ofrece un espacio cómodo en el que disfrutar de la comida.
Buddakan ofrece delicias asiáticas modernas a los amantes de la comida de Nueva York. Ubicado en el lado este del Mercado de Chelsea, este restaurante de 1.486 metros cuadrados tiene una apariencia decidídamente ultra chic. Agasajen a su paladar con platillos exóticos hechos con vegetales y carnes, además de langostinos, pescado, pollo, carne de vaca, pato y cordero, todo con un toque chino mágico. Este restaurante de moda hizo apariciones en la tele y el cine, en película como Sex and the City.
Gorge on traditional Spanish tapas and its endless modern variations at this contemporary tapas bar in the Meatpacking District. The restaurant's decor is a visual delight, and will take your breath away. The expansive space with soaring ceilings has numerous sections with a unique character of its own. From the sleek bar in gray and black hues to a vibrant little area with lots of wood and overflowing foliage, the restaurant interiors are a sensory delight. The menu offers an extensive selection from pinchos to paella, and includes delights like erizos con caviar, jamon de la quercia, asado de huesos and panza de cerdo. Pair it up with a wine from the well-chosen list or Spanish-inspired cocktails.