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  1. Brooklyn Fare
    9.1

    Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare

    200 Schermerhorn St., Boerum Hill, NY 11201

    We are full time experiencers. Our job, as we see it, is to go out into the world, eat things, and give you some kind of relatable and slightly entertaining opinion of such experiences. All with absolutely no expertise, credentials, or any other legitimate reason for you to listen to us – other than the […]

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  2. L'Artusi
    9.0

    L’Artusi

    228 W 10th St., West Village, NY 10014

    L’Artusi can officially go on our list of favorite restaurants in this town. A few things stand out as qualifications for such an honor – outstanding and consistent food, great service, good music, and some ancillary entertainment that comes in the form of great people watching.

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    8.8

    Neptune Oyster

    63 Salem St., Boston, MA 02110

    For a moment, we are going to put aside our natural, New York bred distaste for all things Boston, and give some love to one of our favorite restaurants in the country. But only for a moment, because it will take every ounce of my being to keep from talking sh*t about Tom Brady at […]

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  4. Sugarfish Brentwood
    8.6

    Sugarfish Brentwood

    11640 W San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049

    “Dude, this sushi isn’t even that incredible.” OK, spoiled LA friend, we get it. Your fish on rice is so much better than ours. I’m not sure what kind of gold studded toro our LA friends are used to eating on a regular basis, but where we come from the sushi at Sugarfish is about […]

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  5. Maison Premiere
    8.6

    Maison Premiere

    298 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Either we’ve aged into silver haired, 30-something hipsters overnight or Williamsburg is just more on our wavelength lately than Manhattan. As you’re well aware, we love drinking almost as much as eating and right now, there’s no better place to find our two beloved pastimes working together in sweet harmony than The Burg. Marlow & […]

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  6. Ichimura at Brushstroke
    8.6

    Ichimura at Brushtroke

    30 Hudson St., Tribeca, NY 10013

    Ichimura at Brushstroke sounds like a pop-up restaurant in a Greenpoint art studio, or maybe one of those collaborations between a famous name and a clothing store, like Elmo for H&M (skinny jeans and Muppet fur!). It is neither of those things. Ichimura is a tiny, eight-seat omakase bar located within David Bouley’s Japanese restaurant […]

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  7. Casa Mono
    8.5

    Casa Mono

    52 Irving Place, Gramercy, NY 10003

    Mario Batali’s Spanish tapas haven. This is one of those rare places that, if you sample a lot of things, enjoy a bottle of wine or three, and listen to what your waiter suggests, you will have a complete and satisfying dining experience.

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  8. Hurricane + Upstate 021
    8.5

    Upstate Beer & Oyster Bar

    95 1st Ave., East Village, NY 10003

    You might be wondering how it’s possible to grade a world renowned restaurant like wd~50 on the same scale as we would a tiny oyster and beer bar in the East Village. It’s quite simple, actually. Regardless of the level of sophistication or style of cuisine at any given establishment, it all comes down to […]

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  9. Prima
    8.5

    Prima

    58 E. 1st St, East Village, NY 10003

    We’ve always been fans of The Summit Bar, however we never reviewed it because the food menu is tiny and the door/bouncer/crowd scenario most nights is unbearable. Thankfully, the kings of cocktail decided it was time to add something a little more gastronomic to their resume. We love a pleasant surprise and that’s exactly what […]

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  10. Tanoshi
    8.5

    Tanoshi Sushi

    1372 York Ave., Upper East Side, NY 10021

    What’s that? You’ve never heard of Tanoshi? No sh*t. It’s on 73rd and York. I had no idea that there were people on this part of the island, let alone noteworthy restaurants. In my mind, this neighborhood is basically a hospital and a bunch of empty apartments that you see on Craigslist for $1400 a […]

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