Via a new takeout joint.
What is a tanuki, anyway?
See the 500-seat performance space, plus the food!
An upscale lounge has dozens of flat-screen TVs and "American-fuision" food.
The "speakeasy" is finally open after we first noticed it in April.
The Tipsy Parson sounds like a mash-up of Egg and Little Giant.
Where to eat when the line at Freemans is too long.
See the space and the menu.
Locally sourced pub grub and fresh-fruit cocktails.
"No tablecloths, no tuxedos, no formality," promises chef Tien Ho. But there will be a burger!
It's already on our list of places never to go to on a weekend.
Is Park Slope's latest bánh mì shop a designer imposter?
A Senegalese-born chef brings a fusion of French, African, and Asian.
A carnival-themed nightclub and an English pub are among the many new nightspots coming in the fall.
And she's a Sam Talbot protégé.
Is red, white, and blue the new black?
The chain claims to have 6,000 stores in China and say it's opening twenty more in New York.