Bite of Hong Kong Cantonese; West Village Tuscan; Girls’ Night Out; NYC Steak Guide; Nolita’s Pasquale Jones; Soho Tiffin Junction; B’burg Sushi/Ramen

NYT: Bite of Hong Kong Requires More Than a Few Nibbles

Bite of Hong Kong is a Cantonese restaurant that opened in Chinatown last Spring. The menu is vast, but it is a place you come back to multiple times to try. From the dried squid with Chinese leeks to the pan-fried flounder, this place will not disappoint! Read More

NYT: The Laws of Tuscan Eating at I Sodi in the West Village

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You can find authentic Tuscan flavors in this small dining room that is simple with refinements. An NYT pick, it is recommended you try the steak tartare, artichoke salad and whole baked fish. Read More

The Infatuation: 16 Restaurants Perfect For Girls’ Night Out

Planning a night dinner with your girlfriends can be stressful. To end that, The infatuation has created a list of 16 restaurants that are fun and will satisfy a range of palettes.Read More

GrubStreet: Where to Eat the Best Steak in NYC

Steak is the most iconic meal in NYC. Here is a list of where to eat the best steak! Read More

GrubStreet: Pasquale Jones Brings Something Fresh to the Dining Landscape

La Sirena offers a more intimate dining experience with Italian cuisine. This venture is a collaboration between Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich in nearly a decade. The quail alla piastra, pansotti, meatballs or “Old School” braciole and honey-walnut semifreddo are reccomended. Read More

The Village Voice: Soho Tiffin Junction Makes the Most of Its Celebrity Chef-Consultant, Wylie Dufresne

 By day, Soho Tiffin Junction is a quick-service Indian restaurant that offers tiffin bowls (light. balanced meals). The restaurant teamed up with Wylie Dufresne to create a dinner menu that is now available. Read More

The New Yorker: Okonomi / Yuji Ramen

Okonomi is a twelve-seat haiku restaurant in Williamsburg. Chef Yuji Haraguchi incorporates his philosophy in the cuisine. The food is good and good  for you and for the environment. Read More

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