5 Hottest Restaurants on NYC!

May 31st, 2016   admin   Food Tags: , , , , , , ,

  1. SofrioSofrito on the Hudson
    679 Riverside Dr New York, NY 10031

    1. A Taste of Puerto Rico, in the Heart of New York City. Sofrito is initially defined as an aromatic mix of herbs and spices, used as a base flavoring and seasoning to the Puerto Rican cuisine. At Sofrito, the aromatic mix includes the authentic Puerto Rican Cuisine, the magnificent sounds of music from around the world, the Caribbean atmosphere, the delightful living room, dining room decor and fantastic service which takes you back to La Isla Del Encanto. Welcome to mi casa.. Sofrito
  2. AmadaAmada
    200 Vesey Street New York, NY 10281

    1. Amada is an Andalusian tapas bar and restaurant in a contemporary setting in the thriving neighborhood of Battery Park in Downtown New York City.Chef Jose Garces embraces the rich traditions of Spanish gastronomy while incorporating modern tapas. Offering unique signature dishes available only in NYC, like our whole roasted suckling pig, we do feature classic staples of Philadelphia’s Amada. Amada offers an extensive wine list of completely Spanish wines , including two wines “from the barre”, seasonal sangria and traditional Spanish cocktails. A highlight is our Gin&Tonics with exotic tonic waters and garnishes. With private and semi-private dining options, Amada is the perfect place for your next event. Amada’s café, Amadita, serves coffee, pastries and a selection of grab and go lunch items, such as empanadas and bocadillos.
  3. Speedy Romeo LESSpeedy Romeo LES
    63 Clinton St New York, NY 10002

    1. Situated in a 100 year old bar, turned liquor store, then auto parts shop, Speedy Romeo is cooking with fire. All our dishes are prepared in a hardwood fired Italian pizza oven, and on a wood grill from Mesquite, Texas. Named after the Feldman family’s champion race horse, Speedy Romeo’s portrait has a place of honor in the kitchen. Italian influenced seasonal American cooking at its hottest and freshest. Greenmarket salads and appetizers, Fresh mozzarella pulled every morning, and Provel cheese “imported” from St Louis MO. Turning out perfectly charred pizzas, as well mouthwatering steaks, chops, whole fish and burgers, there is something for all tastes.
  4. logo-shine-pinkThe Lucky Bee
    252 Broome St New York, NY 10002

    1. The Lucky Bee is the new farm-to-table Southeast Asian cafe from restaurateur Rupert Noffs and former Fat Radish sous chef Matty Bennett. The menu includes coconut-braised short ribs, grilled whole shrimp, salt & pepper wings, and green curry with vegetables. The dining room has a kooky vibe, with 60s-style lamps, hanging ferns, and pink & black stripes all over the place.
  5. mrdonahuesDonahue’s
    203 Mott St New York, NY 10012

    1. Anne Redding and Matt Danzer, the chef/restaurateurs behind Uncle Boons, recently debuted this quirky American lunch counter in Nolita. The menu has rotisserie chicken, roast beef, chicken fried pork cheeks, and Swedish American meatballs, plus sides like onion strings, pepperoni bread, and egg drop soup. This is a tiny space with a lot of character.

List by:
Bryan Vallejo

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