50 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in New York.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
The only thing that is keeping Rubriosa from being one of NYC’s classic Italian restaurants is time. Let’s eat vodka sauce pizza while we wait.
Crown Shy is an American restaurant in the Financial District that’s one of the few places we’d recommend to absolutely everyone.
Al Di La is the ultimate neighborhood Italian restaurant. If you live in Park Slope, congratulations.
Lighthouse is our go-to spot in Williamsburg for a casual, kind of healthy, but still impressive meal.
The Italian food at Noho’s Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria has the honor of being among the only things in history to improve after a key lineup change.
This West Village Italian spot is starting to feel just a tad dated - but the food is as good as ever. Try it for a special dinner, and order pasta.
Whatever your restaurant need, Lil Frankie’s can probably solve it. This is the ultimate utility player.
LaRina is the Fort Greene neighborhood pasta spot that will make you want to move to Fort Greene immediately.
Quality Eats is a West Village steakhouse. They just don’t want you to know it.
There’s this thing. It’s called The Feel Good Factor™. Meadowsweet in Williamsburg has a whole bunch of it.
Danny Meyer’s Gramercy Park Roman Italian restaurant is better than we initially thought, especially for a date or an upscale brunch.
El Almacén is an affordable, crowd-pleasing, quality restaurant you would not expect to find on top of the Bedford L stop.
A conveniently located restaurant in Midtown that’s more than just convenient. The food and service at Covina are great.
Finally, the kind of restaurant the Upper West Side has long been starved for. The Ribbon has style and substance and does classic food right.