The Citiblog

Fast 10: Ten New Places to Try in New York City Right Now
December 27, 2023, 2:14.31 am ET



Don Ceviche

Don Ceviche, which got its start serving Peruvian-style ceviche at Essex Market on the Lower East Side, now has its own brick-and-mortar location in the East Village. 57 First Ave, NYC

Sixpoint Brewery

Sixpoint Brewery which got its start in Red Hook now has a taproom at Brookfield Place in the Financial District. In the spring, a 3,000 square foot beer garden will open in the shadow of One World Trade Center. 200 Liberty Street, NYC

Cantiere Hambirreria New York

This Italian import from Lecce to Milan is serving up monster sized burgers with a taste of Italy in an industrial setting fit for New York City in NoLiTa. 41 Kenmare St, NYC

Sea Bar

Long Island’s Sea Bar is now swimming on Staten Island with a seafood-centric menu. Think clams and oysters on the half shell, colossal grilled shrimp, fresh fish and more. 2636 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island


This restaurant with a focus on sustainability is serving things like crab toast, sticky short ribs, and pork chops with wine-poached pears from a location in Greenpoint. 105 Norman Ave, Brooklyn


Miznon, featuring chef Eyal Shan’s Israeli street food, now has a location near Times Square. Look for pita sandwiches stuffed with everything from housemade falafel to lamb kebabs. 1410 Broadway, NYC


This Brazilian Steakhouse in Midtown is known for its Picanha, Moqueca Baiana, and Feijoada along with its signature Caipirinha Bar. The original location is in the West Village. 3 West 36th St, NYC


Heytea has been drawing a line at its new location in the Garment District. The shop is known for its cheese teas in flavors like Very Nectarine Plum and Strawberry Mulberry-Noir flavors. 1407 Broadway, NYC


Naks is the first Filipino restaurant from the team behind Indian hot spots like Dhamaka. Look for things like soup with beef testicles, and BBQ Pork Jowl with banana ketchup. 201 First Ave, NYC


Romeo’s is a new cocktail bar in Alphabet City serving cocktails three ways: The High Balls, The Shaken and The Stirred. Small bites and Sammies are also being served. 118 St Marks Place, NYC