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  1. Nagao Sushi & Salad

    Nagao Sushi & Salad

    13050 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049

    No, we were not at Sushi Nozawa on the last day before it closed. Apparently that’s the new badge of honor that people in LA wear now when you bring up sushi restaurants in this town. “Oh you like that place? I guess it’s OK. Did I tell you that we waited six hours to […]

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  2. Louro


    142 W. 10th St., West Village, NY

    Were not exactly sure what kind of restaurant Louro is. Chef David Santos is of Portuguese descent, and hints of that heritage are evident in the food here. But this is definitely not a Portuguese restaurant. Some of the best things we’ve eaten at Louro are pasta-type dishes, but it’s not an Italian restaurant either. […]

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  3. Ivan Ramen

    Ivan Ramen

    25 Clinton St., Lower East Side, NY 10002

    So this is it. We finally have our very own Ivan Ramen brick and mortar restaurant in New York City, after years of waiting and years worth of articles about the white guy from Long Island who became a ramen king in Japan. Does that mean we can stop talking about him now? We’re just […]

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  4. Sushi-Seki

    Sushi Seki

    1143 1st Ave., Upper East Side, NY 10065

    Updated December 30th, 2013 We first discovered Sushi Seki in 2010 and reviewed it after several visits, most of which happened after midnight on random weekdays. We’ve always loved this spot for its late night hours, but the sushi is pretty damn spectacular no matter when you eat it. Today we bring you an updated […]

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  5. Da Umberto

    Da Umberto

    107 W. 17th St., Chelsea, NY 10011

    Old school Italian restaurants. This city is full of them, and everyone has a favorite. Except us, that is. For whatever reason, this sort of dining has never appealed to us for much more than something to do with your third cousins when they come to visit from wherever third cousins come from. I guess […]

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  6. 03-uchihouse


    801 South Lamar Blvd., Austin, TX 78704

    Try not to act too surprised when we tell you that Austin is one of our favorite places on earth. It is, after all, one of the greatest music towns in the world, and it’s also a place where we can get ridiculous on all manner of delicious things to eat, like BBQ, specialty food […]

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  7. Perilla


    9 Jones St., Greenwich Village, NY 10014

    For almost two years, we’ve been talking about the Thai restaurant Kin Shop so much that we’re essentially taking credit for it now. The conversation almost always goes something like this: Friend: “Dude, you were right, Kin Shop is incredible.” Me: “Yeah, I know. Thanks.” Thanks? Even though we’d love to feel even slightly responsible […]

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  8. Ippudo Westside

    Ippudo Westside

    321 W. 51st St., Midtown, NY 10019

    Ippudo has landed in Midtown and you’d think we’d be happier about it. We love the original location, and the food in this new Ippudo is just as good. But we’ve been eating here pretty much constantly since it opened, and it’s starting to become a problem. Apparently a daily bowl of hot pork fat […]

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  9. Chuko


    552 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238

    Damn we love ramen, and we’re not snobs about it either. We frequent Ippudo, Totto, and the rest of the popular spots around town as much as the next guy, but we’re also not ashamed to add water and eat that sh*t out of a styrofoam cup either. How else do you think we can […]

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  10. Diner


    85 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Believe it or not, people used to live in Williamsburg because it was cheaper than Manhattan, not because it was cool. Before the hipster invasion began in the late 90′s, the South side belonged to the Hasidim and Peter Luger. Sure, there were always artists, musicians and .com hopefuls living there, but it was nothing […]

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