Our restaurant critics ate and drank their way across Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Hamptons this year. Below is a complete recap of their culinary adventures.
The Best New Restaurants From Notable Chefs
The city’s dynamic culinary landscape means Austrian fare at Koloman, martinis at Monterey, and brined brisket in Brooklyn. Read the full story.
The Best Spot for Sunday Roast
Sunday roast, as an institution, has existed for hundreds of years in the family dining rooms and kitchens and pubs of the United Kingdom. This year, chef Paddy Coker is brought the traditional meal to NYC. Read the full story.
The Best Chef’s Expanding Their Creativity
What happens when well-known chefs reinvent themselves? The answer lies at Lore, Jupiter, and Chef Guo. Read the full story.
The Best New French Bistros
Three French hot spots — a bistro, a brasserie, and a restaurant — prove we still have a lot to learn, but also a lot to love. Read the full story.
How T Bar Got an Upgrade
Tony Fortuna was the latest restaurateur to join the burgeoning Midtown scene. Read the full story.
The Best Restaurants in the Hamptons
Forget the clambake for now, three restaurants out East bring haute cuisine to the Hamptons. Read the full story.
The Best Spots for Lunch
How three restaurants in Midtown are heralding the return of the power lunch. Read the full story.
The Chicest New Cocktail Lounges
Elegant cocktail venues have replaced noisy nightclubs as Manhattan’s new hot spots. Avenue went on a bar crawl to learn more. Read the full story.
The Best In-Store Restaurants
Boutiques and department store restaurants are New York’s newest fancy-food craze. Read the full story.