Fast Ten: 10 New Place to Try in NYC Right Now

January 14, 2023, 8:11.29 am ET  


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PF Chang’s

PF Chang’s has opened its flagship NYC restaurant near Union Square with its stallion on full display. Eater called it an “eyesore” but we kind of like it. The menu features Chang's Spicy Chicken, Mongolian Beef and more. 113 University Pl, NYC

Super Burrito

Rock, Rock, Rock… Rockaway Beach.  Rockaway Burrito is leaving the surf and sand for higher ground with a new location in Williamsburg. Super Burrito is known for its flavorful burritos, quesadillas and bowls. 320 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn

Tangram Mall

Neon lit Tangram Mall and Beer Garden has opened in Flushinq, Queens.  It joins a crowded field of food halls with menu options from iMilky, Joju, Soft Swerve, Hoi Polloi, Coocoo Cachoo, among others. 133-33 39th Ave, Queens

Three Maples

Michael, Maria and Matthew who met in kitchens across NYC dreamed of opening their own place one day and here it is. The signature dish is house-smoked Berkshire maple pork belly. 1452 Fulton St, Brooklyn

ByClio

ByClio in Gowanus is what you call a “micro pop-up bakery” by Chef Clio Goodman. You can stop by the store front or order your treats, including cakes, online.  Sizes range from six inches to wedding cakes. 400 3rd Ave, Brooklyn

Meju

Korean restaurant Meju, from the folks behind Little Banchan, is offering a 7- course Korean fermentation dinner with all-natural jangs, jeotgal, and kimchi by Chef Hooni Kim for $185/pp. 5-28 49th Ave, Queens

Gjelina

Gjelina, a produce forward restaurant from California, now has a NYC outpost serving up dishes like lamb tartare, mackeral crudo, chicken with braised greens, and pappardelle with brisket ragu. 45 Bond St, NYC

L’Antica Pizzeria de Michele

This Italian import is world renowned for its pizza. Owner and restaurateur Francesco Zimone was born and raised in Naples and grew up eating at the 152 year old pizzeria. Now, you can get a taste in the city. 81 Greenwich Ave,NYC

Sushi on Me

If you can’t get enough sushi, then Sushi on Me is right up your alley. Sushi on Me, known its rowdy party energy with singing and shots, now has an omakase in Williamsburg for $129 pp. Cash only. 742 Driggs Ave, Brooklyn

Glizzy’s

OK, it’s 3 o’clock in the morning and you have a really bad case of the munchies.  You are in luck, because Glizzy’s, a hot dog stand in Brooklyn, is open until 4am. Flavors include jerk smoked brisket and cucumber with chili crisps. 390 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn

Happy eating everyone!


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