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

June 5, 2022, 2:57.53 pm ET  


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La Marchande

La Marchande has opened at The Wall Street Hotel featured and upscale bar and dining room.  The restaurant is serving modern French cuisine from Chef John Fraser. 88 Wall St (Water St), NYC


Singlish


Singlish, a Singaprean cocktail bar, has arrived in Union Square.  Aside from cocktails, the restaurant is serving tapas like fiery papaya salad, and Singapore style pork and beef jerky sliders. 17 E 13th St, 2nd Fl, NYC


Ayat

Ayat has opened adjacent to Industry City along with rooftop dining. Visitors will find traditional Palestinian cuisine including falafel sandwiches, shawarma, BBQ chicken and kebabs. 274 36th St, Brooklyn

Nabila’s

Nabila’s, from a mother and son team in Cobble Hill with roots in Beirut, is offering authentic Lebanese cuisine. Offerings include traditional dips like mouhamara, alongside sheesh kebab and vegetarian kibbeh. 248 Court Street, Brooklyn

Il Gradino Restaurante, NYC
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Il Gradino

The flavors of Italy take center stage at Il Gradino in Midtown with dishes like Linguine with Clams, Fettucine alla Bolognese, and Veal Milanese. Tiramisu & Sorbetti finish off the meal. 808 Lexington Ave, NYC


Natoora

This deli in Williamsburg is also serving up sandwiches, salads, snacks and cakes along with seasonal fruits and vegetables from independent producers. Cold press juices to come. 93 South 6th St, Brooklyn


Hard to Explain

This East Village spot describes itself simply as “sake. wine. beer. coffee. tea. Vinyl.” Look for things like Kyoto Cold Brew, banana bread, chocolate loaf and macarons served in a funky setting.  224 East 10 St, NYC


Chick It Out

This Thai chicken spot in Astoria is specializing in slow-poached khao man gai chicken. A half dozen varieties are offered including traditional over ginger rice along with roasted & fried. 32-06 35th St, Queens

Ye’s Apothecary

This new speakeasy on the border with Chinatown is offering cocktails and Asian influenced tapas away from the hustle and bustle of New York City streets. 119 Orchard St, NYC


Birria LES

Birria LES is branching out with a second location on St Marks Place. The restaurant is known for its birria-inspired tacos, tostadas, mulitas and consommé. They are also offering loaded birria fries. 34 St Marks Pl, NYC

Happy Eating!

 

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