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Upper East Side »

Angkor Cambodian Bistro is one of five neighborhood restaurants to be named on the prestigious list.

Upper West Side »

If you don't feel like cooking this Thanksgiving, you've got options.

Greenwich Village »

Whether she wins or loses, New York City's full of places to celebrate a vote for the first woman POTUS.

Concourse »

The popular Mexican eatery will open at 260 E. 161st St. by the end of the year.

Yorkville »

Ten new restaurants opened in the neighborhood from April to August.

Claremont »

Chef Massimo Bottura posted on Instagram that he is planning a new eatery with De Niro.

Times Square & Theater District »

B.C., leaders ate at Mike's Deli, Famous Famiglia, Blue Hill, Sylvia's, Angelos, and other restaurants.

Sunnyside »

The Lowery Bar and Kitchen opened Monday night at the corner of 43rd Avenue and 43rd Street.

Chinatown »

Chikarashi serves Japanese-inspired twists on the Hawaiian fish-and-rice dish poké.

Flatiron »

The new restaurant, Sabbia, will open on April 29, according to a spokeswoman.

Midtown »

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

Midtown East »

An American businessman and an Italian friend team up to bring their favorite Tuscan panini to Midtown.

Midtown »

The Iowa Caucus aftermath, the "motherhood trap" in restaurants and Cam Newton's $849 zebra pants.

Midtown »

Unlike Chick-fil-A, plenty of city eateries don't close their doors voluntarily.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene and Clinton Hill are home to some of the best eateries in the borough, according to Yelp.