It’s been more than four years since the first Num Pang opened its rather ramshackle sandwich spot near Union Square, introducing most of us the wonders of Cambodian street food. Sure, we’d all been wolfing down Vietnamese sandwiches for awhile–this was the height of Bahn Mi craze–but Num Pang offered a remarkable variety of explosively [...]
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Right off the bat let me say that I am no expert when it comes to Koreatown barbecue restaurants. You know the kinds of spots I’m talking about: they’re loud and lively with grinning, bewildered tourists; after-work partiers, both Korean and non-; and packs of NYC destination eaters with something to celebrate and/or looking for [...]
Every neighborhood deserves a spot like Speedy Romeo. There’s a crowd-pleasing menu, centered upon eight wood-fired pizzas of varying degrees of complexity. There’s a kitchen crew, in this case led by Chef Justin Bazdarich, formerly of Jean Georges, who clearly love what they’re doing, and back it up with talent and creativity. There’s an overall [...]
Remember when the Burger Joint was a secret? Opened in the early-aughts, the first Burger Joint looks like a down-on-its-luck coffee shop, located incongruously behind a curtain at the sleek and trendy Le Parker Meridien hotel in Midtown. The Burger Joint menu has about three items–burger, fries, shakes–and the motto is unashamedly unambitious: “If you don’t see [...]
The first thing you notice as you enter Mama Joy’s is the big hole in the wall, chunks of plaster scattered on the floor below, as if you just missed some of sort of chair-throwing bar brawl moments ago. Well, that’s not true. The FIRST thing you notice is the bar, which is long and [...]
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