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It may have struck a blow to our bathing suit bodies, but NYC beach fare sure has come a long way. So forget about packing a sandwich, and squirrel away some sunscreen and singles instead, for spreading around the following sun and sand-blessed spots. Rockaway Beach Low Tide Bar: One of the first outlets to raise the Rockaways' food game, this cheerful, sunny dive raises the bar for itself year after year. Not only will you...
Tacos and tequila are a fail-safe summertime combo, making June an auspicious debut for Williamsburg’s Casa Publica. An Art Deco-esque beacon of arched windows, mosaic murals, clay tile and natural sunlight on a park-neighboring corner of Union (representing a distinct design departure from Over the Eights’ dim and divey interpretation of the space), it seeks to emulate modern-day Mexico City with market-conscious riffs on established dishes. Armed with a trompo, chef Bob Truitt will eventually churn...
Positioned next to the seminal Sahadi’s and Damascus on Atlantic Avenue (also more recently occupied by Urban Market and Barney’s New York), Boutros is the ultimate meeting ground between old neighborhood and new. A debut venture for Bay Ridge native Allen Dabagh, the wood, moss and metal-furbished restaurant fuses his Lebanese/Syrian heritage with a modernist aesthetic and technique (the chef previously worked under Jean-Georges Vongerichten). So while you’ll find hummus on the menu, it essentially serves as...
Most couples advocate a strict separation of church and state approach—believing that keeping the fires burning at home requires a working days respite from one’s partner. Yet, not only are the following pairs engaged in loving, longstanding relationships, they’ve successfully managed to navigate forging professional alliances as well. So pick up a few tips (and get a great meal while you’re at it) by visiting a twosome-run restaurant this Valentine’s Day. Butterfunk Kitchen Already beloved in the...

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