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NYC's Fastest Guide to 10 New Restaurants to Try Right Now

October 29, 2021, 7:52.42 pm ET

NYC's Fastest Guide to 10 New Restaurants to Try Right Now

Antoya Korean BBQ (formerly Samwon Garden) is now offering fusion Korean-Italian dishes, as well as BBQ.  The new menu celebrates the origin of its owner and entrepreneur, Tony Park.  37 W 32nd St, New York, NY

Recette in Williamsburg is offering French dishes such as steak tartare, burgundy escargots, and mussels in white wine sauce. Cocktails include The French 85 (gin, pamplemousse liqeuer, lemon & sparkling wine). 103 Havemeyer St, Brooklyn, NY

Gran Via in Hanover Square is a spot for shareable plates like blistered peppers, fresh chorizo, artichokes a la plancha and Galician octopus. Wine and Latin-inspired drinks like Rum & Cola are offered. 57 Stone St, New York, NY

Harry’s New York Bar and Rose Lane have emerged at the Park Lane Hotel in Midtown. Both are offering libations with bar-style bites for everything from a business meeting to a nightcap. 36 Central Park S, New York, NY

Semma is exploring the favors of southern India from the team beind Dhamaka and Adda. Dishes include tiger prawns with green chili, quail with cumin & coriander, and Dungeness crab with coconut rice. 60 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY

Dumpling Lab in the East Village is pushing the dumpling envelope with flavors like mackerel with dried shellfish, beef with green bell pepper, chicken with wood ear mushrooms, and zucchini & cucumber.  214 E 9th St, New York, NY

Icca in FiDi is a new Omakase by Michelin-starred Chef Kazushige Suzuki offering an experience meant to “open the flower of the heart” with seafood air-shipped from Tokyo’s Toyosu Market. 20 Warren St, New York, NY

Isla, located steps away from Bryant Park, is offering dishes from the sea and land, including grilled octopus, manilla clams, grilled Berkshire pork chops, a 14 oz NY Strip, and whole roasted branzino. 25 W 38th St, New York, NY

Chichen Itza, named after Mayan ruins, is a Mexican spot located in the East Village offering an assortment of tacos, enchiladas, and traditional Mecican soups.

One19 Wine Bar located on the Lower East Side is offering small bites including marinated olives, ricotta bruschetta, salads and more, along with a lengthy wine list, as well as a “wine flight.” 119 Essex StNew York, NY