Peter Luger, New York’s gold standard for steakhouses, served its first porterhouse in 1887. It’s been a fixture on Williamsburg’s south side forever (predating even the trucker hat). It’s grander than just a restaurant: It’s an institution.
But if you’re a dad looking to take mom and the tots out for some supper? Try another Read More
A certain big orange letter adorning restaurant windows has been scaring away customers. This ”C,” indicating that the eatery in question received the poorest possible grade from the Health Department, has been keeping patrons away from even their regular haunts, according to the New York Post. Last week that paper surveyed the patrons of dining spots recently Read More
Q: What happens when the Sam Sifton, food critic for The New York Times, takes on Lavo, a Las Vegas nightclub-cum-restaurant plunked in the middle of Midtown?
A: We get sentences like this!
Take your girl down and get some vodka on. Your boys as well.
Well then! Lavo is the newly opened, Read More