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Midtown »

The new app will provide quick meals anywhere in Manhattan below 100th Street.

Flatiron »

DNAinfo rounded up eateries open on Christmas for those who'd rather skip the oven and go to the feast.

Inwood »

Some dishes once served by NYC restaurants have vanished from menus. Others are no longer recognizable.

Lenox Hill »

DNAinfo asked restaurants near the pope's Manhattan abode what they'd serve him if he came to dine.

East Village »

Experience the flavors of Haiti, Polynesia, Korea, Germany and Japan at the city's newest restaurants.

Lower East Side »

Plenty of New York City eateries offer kid-friendly environments and adult-friendly fare.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Fresh and Local held the grocery's first supper club with the help of chef Mitch Bloom. 

Lower East Side »

Make your picnic foolproof with these tips. Plus, some of our favorite places to spread out a blanket. 

Upper East Side »

The award-winning chef told us what he orders at Greek diners.

Williamsburg »

Tunisian siblings are offering a taste of their mother's recipes at a new Grand Street restuarant.

Williamsburg »

The East Village Italian restaurant will open at South Second Street and Driggs Avenue in February.

SoHo »

Oops! You forgot to plan your holiday meal. These restaurants can help.

Upper East Side »

Just Salad, which offers wraps, salads and smoothies, is opening a store on Third Ave. and East 83rd St.

Bushwick »

Bushwick restaurateurs said they were unaware they could take part in the borough-wide promotional event.

Upper East Side »

Upper East Side Novelist Linda Olle mixes memoir and recipe-making in her new book, "Parsley Does Thyme."