Raf's offer a daily rotation of French and Italian inspired baked goods, as well as an all-day café and intimate dinner service where they can feel at home.
“Walk in as a person and leave like a legend,” reads a promise splashed across Mitica’s social media.
Bar Vinazo is Park Slope's new Spanish wine bar by Brooklyn restaurateurs Joe Campanale and Ilyssa Satter.
Lingo offers a unique blend of Japanese American cuisine in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn. The restaurant's name, which means apple in Japanese.
New to Brooklyn since last month, Café Mars is self-billed as “an unusual Italian restaurant.” It should become the norm.
Mischa is a New American restaurant located in Midtown Manhattan, New York, created by Chef Alex Stupak (Empellón).
Misster is a weekly dance party for cute gays and friends every Weds at The Woods in Williamsburg. With DJ Amber Valentine & rotating guest DJs.
While not technically a queer bar, Pink Metal identifies as a safe space for the community with “a high femme aesthetic.”
Justine’s on Hudson is the uncommon great new restaurant where you can actually get a reservation, with one irksome quirk.
Salt’s Cure first opened as a small, farm-to-table restaurant with a focus on whole animal butchery and local ingredients in West Hollywood in 2010.