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G&G _ Magazine – Restaurants Guide, August 2018

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GUIDE 9 PLACES WHERE TO EAT IN NEW YORK


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Fairfax Fairfax is an all-day neighborhood cafe and wine bar. Come on in early for coffee and pastries to stay or go, settle in for a light lunch and the newspaper, or swing through at night with friends for a bottle of wine and a full-on dinner.

234 W 4th St, New York, NY - 10014


Beebe’s

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Beebe’s is a new restaurant and bar located on the ground floor of the Boro Hotel in Long Island City. The inviting all-day restaurant features a pizza menu from acclaimed chef Lou Tomczak, formerly of Paulie Gees and more recently Emmy Squared, that highlights crispy thin crust pizzas, topped to the edge, which pay tribute to New York’s original style pies from a century earlier. The pizza is complemented with a menu of New American cuisine with Italian and New York influences, featuring new takes on classic meat, pasta and market driven dishes created from the hotel’s chef. 38-28 27th Street, Long Island City, NY – 11101


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Locanda Verde It is the TriBeCa neighborhood taverna serving Chef Andrew Carmellini's soulsatisfying urban Italian menu. The location offers a wide range of different dishes for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner: every culinary experience is accompanied by fine wines.

377 Greenwich St, New York, NY - 10013


4 The Norm The Norm is a restaurant concept inspired by the cultural diversity of Brooklyn. Led by Michelin-starred Chef Saul Bolton, the menu encourages a gastronomic exploration of the borough’s multi-cultural heritage, incorporating Indian, Mexican, Japanese, Middle Eastern, Caribbean, Indo-Chinese and all-American elements. Designed by Anda Andrei, Bonetti/Kozerski Architecture and Design DPC, the space is inspired by the museum's maze of secret and mysterious storage spaces. 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY – 11238


Blanca Hidden within Roberta’s Garden is Blanca, the 13-seat “temple of gastronomy” features an extended tasting experience. Described as “dazzling” and an “epic food adventure,” Blanca received its second Michelin star in 2015 alongside a three-star review from critic Pete Wells of The New York Times. Clear views of the exhibition kitchen anchor Blanca’s simplistic design, reflecting the chef’s purist intentions with exposed rafters, stark white walls, and subtle pops of greenery. After checking in at Roberta’s host stand next door, diners sit at the porcelain chef’s counter in re-upholstered bucket seats sourced from vintage Corvettes—a callout to the space’s former use as an auto body shop, as well as Chef’s proclivity for racing cars and motorcycles. 261 Moore St, Brooklyn, NY - 11206

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The Django Descend into The Django and you’ll feel like you’ve entered another world. The new subterranean jazz club, with its vaulted ceilings, paint peeling into layers of emerald, sage and persimmon hues, and vintage lighting fixtures, was modeled after the boîtes of Paris. The venue consists of two cocktail bars, open dining space and a stage for live performances or meetings. The ne plus ultra: a state-of-the-art Meyer Sound system. The Django offers crafted cocktails and small plates, all partnered with a brilliant entertainment lineup. 2 6th Avenue, New York, NY - 10013

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Mountain Bird

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The Chef Kenichi Tajima and his wife Keiko run the quaint 31 seat French boutique restaurant of Tastings Social. The trinity of a good restaurant is FOOD, DECOR and SERVICE. The whimsy of Chef Kenichi’s food when mixed with the affordable price and authentic atmosphere makes Mountain Bird a necessary addition to the city’s landscape. It is truly a savvy Harlem neighborhood find. 251E 110th street, New York, NY - 10029


8 Sunday in Brooklyn Sunday is a day that New York City restaurant veterans Todd Enany, Adam Landsman, and Chef Jaime Young never took for granted. After long work weeks, Sunday became a day to celebrate the city, the food and beverage industry, and family and friends. Living in Brooklyn for nearly a decade, it was about adventuring through their borough to satisfy their craving, whether it be the best breakfast sandwich, cocktails, dinner, wine, or cup of coffee. Now, they've turned those cravings into their next adventure. 348 Wythe Avenue Brooklyn , NY - 11211


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LoLo’s . Executive Chef Raymond Mohan and Restaurateur Leticia Young opened LoLo’s Seafood Shack in the Winter of 2014. LoLo's Seafood Shack serves up a variety of seafood from the coastal comfort foods of the Cape like sauced shrimp to Caribbean street eats like our crunchy conch fritters. 303 W. 116th St. NY - 10026


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