Fast 10: Ten New Places to Eat and Drink in NYC Right Now

June 19, 2022, 2:23.28 pm ET  

Talea Tap Room Opens in Cobble Hill
Photo: Sydney Butler                                                                                      

Talea Tap Room

Talea, the women owned beer company in Williamsburg, is branching out with a snazzy new location in Cobble Hill where guests can take advantage of the latest brews and some small bites. 61 Bergen St, Brooklyn


Melba’s at Wollman Rink

Harlem restaurateur Melba Wilson will be serving Southern style classics at Central Park’s Wollman Rink through the end of the year, incuding crispy fish strips and chicken & waffle cone, according to the NYT. 830 Fifth Ave, NYC 


Eat Offbeat

What started out as a catering service in search of better hummus is now a brick and mortar restaurant. Eat Offbeat, led by a team of refugee chefs, has arrived on the main concourse at Chelsea Market. 75 9th Ave, NYC 


Parker’s at the Hyatt

This ode to old New York is named after the late Charlie Parker and features live jazz music and shareable plates, and is located just steps away from Radio City Music Hall. 119 W 56 St, NYC                                                                                       

53

53 is a swanky new Asian spot in Midtown from Altamarea Group. The arched dining room is a showstopper. Menu options include diver scallop with xo sauce and wagyu beef sate. The 53 Karat Gold cocktail sells for $150. 53 West 53 St, NYC


Citrico Café

Citrico Café and Agaveria Bar in Astoria features tequila and mescal based cocktails including palomas and margaritas. A raw bar, tacos and entrees like ribe-eye asada round out the menu. 35-15 34th Avenue, LIC


Cornbread Farm to Soul


New Jersey-based Cornbread Farm to Soul  now has a location in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. This women-owned operation including savory soul food including all-day chicken & waffles, and of course corn bread. 409 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn


Shoo Loong Kan

Hot Pot specialist Shoo Loong Kan, in Flushing, promises to transport you to the “motherland” in Chengdu, China with “good food, great ambiance and friendly service.” Tangram133-27 39th Ave, Queens

 

Arthur & Sons

Arthur & Sos, a new red sauce joint, is run by third generation Italian American chef Joe Isidori, formerly of Black Tap, featuring dishes like home-style pasta, meatballs, chicken parm and more. 38 8th Ave, NYC


Black Lab Café


This pet friendly café on the Upper West Side will have you barking with delight.  There are treats for both people and their four legged friends, along with dog-friendly artwork. 420 Amsterdam Ave, NYC


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