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Start your engines, ladies and gentleman: Al fresco season is officially upon us. We’ve got ten new spots to add to our ever-growing list of open-air go-tos, perfect for sipping rosé and eating smoked meat in the sun. And who knows, if fall and winter end up being as enduringly warm as last year, we may not dine and drink inside until after Christmas Day. Pearl’s We’re already a fan of Pearl’s authentic Caribbean eats like...
It goes without saying: Our favorite restaurants of 2015 also served the best stuff we ate all year, from Mekelburg’s baked potato and Faro’s porridge to Bar Bolinas’ burger and The Finch’s beet salad. And did we mention Mekelburg’s bangin’ baked potato? But there are other eateries that managed to make an equally lasting impression with just a single, spot-on dish, which is why we’re honoring them here, places like Werkstatt with its ingenious vegetarian...
An adjunct to Loosie Rouge—Williamsburg’s sceney, Big Easy-inspired piano bar—Loosie’s Kitchen is a tranquil sanctuary for sun-worshippers nursing Pimms Cups kissed with cucumber under canopies of ivy, shaded only by a luxuriant fringe of potted palms. Save for a handful of cloistered, marble two-tops, a good three-quarters of the seating is staunchly al fresco. (Their plans for winter are currently undetermined.) Comprising communal wooden tables propped on platforms patterned with throw rugs, ringed by walls...
In New Orleans, pretty much every day is a little like brunch--casual, slow to start, and infused with hair-of-the-dog. So it's appropriate that Loosie's Kitchen--the Big Easy-themed restaurant that is partner to Loosie Rouge, the Big Easy themed bar that abuts it--started serving brunch last weekend. While none of Loosie's four co-owners is from New Orleans, the city is a model for their values: Eating and drinking are done in service of chilling out. When you...

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