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The Hottest New Restaurants in New York City This Fall

Angie Mar’s Le B offers up what can be described as decadent Americana: deviled eggs are covered in rich truffle chaud-frauds, whereas an onion dip comes with pommes soufflés. Meanwhile, a prime rib is carved tableside and finished with au jus. (Order any and all—they’ll be served by a waiter in a Christian Sirano-designed uniform.) Fittingly, the jewel box of space is adorned with furniture and lighting from the over-the-top 1980s: a chandelier, for example, comes from the Grand Prospect Hall.

Roscioli NYC

The 200-year-old Roman culinary institution set up shop in Soho late this summer, and it’s quickly become one of the most enviable tables in town: their $105 tasting menu served upstairs is for those who want a luxurious pasta dinner with plenty of wine, whereas their downstairs dining room is for walk-ins looking for a laid-back yet hearty meal. Make sure to get the gnocchi cacio e pepe.


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The critically acclaimed chef April Bloomfield—of Spotted Pig fame—is at it again with Sailor, a Fort Greene bistro with a simple yet elevated menu (early favorites included the poached radishes, sardines, and roasted chicken) and a miles-long wine list. The nautical-inspired interiors are by Alfredo Paredes, who, during his tenure at Ralph Lauren, also designed the Polo Bar.


Unapologetic Foods, the group behind the buzzy Dhamaka, will open Naks, “a soulful heritage Filipino restaurant” in the East Village later this fall. Helmed by Eric Valdez, who was raised in the Philippines, menu items include lechon liempo (pork belly, garlic, lemongrass, and pork liver dip) and kapis (scallop, garlic, margarine, and Edam cheese.) Most intriguing? Their tasting menu, which includes dishes served on banana leaves and encouraged to be eaten with diners’ hands.



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