Fast 10: Ten New Restaurants to Try in New York City Right Now

February 23, 2022, 8:09.48 pm ET  


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Fasano

Fasano now sits in the space once occupied by the Four Seasons serving northern Italian classics like Ossobuco and Veal Milanese accompanied by a curated wine list. 280 Park Ave, NYC

Bar Tulix

Coastal Mexican cuisine, with a seafood bent, is the focus at Bar Tulix from restaurateur John McDonald, owner of Oxomoco and Speedy Romeo in Brooklyn. 25 West Houston St, NYC

Chard

From the team behind Laut comes Chard, offering hawker street fare like steamed wontons with sambal and Thai chicken briyani. There’s also a spicy chicken sandwich with crispy shrimp crackers.  17 E 13th St, NYC

Coletta

Coletta is a vegan-kosher spot from Chef Guy Vankin (Beyond Sushi) offering brick overn pizzas, fresh pastas and entrees like Seitan “Steak” Marsala. For dessert, there’s lemon almond cake.  365 Third Ave, NYC

In The Sky by Serafina

This Italian spot by Serafina is tucked away inside the Pod Hotel in Times Square serving pizzas, pastas and more along with cocktails and after dinner drinks. 400 West 42nd St, NYC

Francis Staub La Brasserie

La Brasserie, made famous by Anthony Bourdain, is now in the hands of Francis Staub. Look for French classics like steak tartare, steak frites and Le Camebert Fondue. 411 Park Ave South, NYC

Lashevet

Lashevet is serving up Middle Eastern cuisine on the Upper East Side. Think dips like zaalouk, hummus and baba, along with kebabs, lamb burgers and more. 1663 First Ave, NYC

Matsunori

Matsunori for omakase on the lower East Side is featuring oyster, blue fin tuna sashimi, Chawanmushi and more. Other offerings include Spanish mackerel, surf clam and needle fish. 151 Allen St, NYC

Island Shack

The flavor of the islands can be found at Island Shack in Fort Greene where they are serving up curried goat, jerk pork (and chicken), escovitch fish and more. 642 Rockaway Ave, Brooklyn

Tito Papas

Tito Papas has taken up residence inside The Breakers in Williamsburg serving up Filipino "fusion" cuisine including tacos, baos, burgers and nachos. 307 Meeker Ave, Brooklyn

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