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    Eat Cheap
This year, for every upscale production that debuted to jammed reservation lines and stratospheric tabs, there was another, under-the-radar joint that added something unique and delectable to the culinary landscape.
 
 
   
The Cheap List
From Aburiya to Frankie's to Zozo's Juice & Grille.
 
The Great NYC BBQ Battle
’Cue joints are opening all over town. We put eight of the best to the test.
 
Steak 'Em
Artery-clogging arriviste or American regional treasure? A guide to the city’s best Philly cheesesteaks.
 
Lobster Is on a Roll
A new wave of fish shacks is tackling the classic crustacean creation. Which ones sink and which ones swim?
 
Four-Star Fast Food
Seven haute chefs channel their inner Ronald McDonald.
 
Cheap Streets
You never know where you’ll find your next meal—up an unmarked stairway in the diamond district or at the end of a garment-center loading dock. But we do. Certain streets, we’ve discovered, are gold mines for good grub. Follow us.
 
Get it For Less
We have nothing against paying for a good meal, but costs at some haute-cuisine establishments seem to have gone hog wild recently. Which is why we’ve provided a selection of less expensive (if not entirely cheap) doppelgänger venues.
 
   
   
 


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