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Tomorrow, chef Andrew Carmellini and his NoHo Hospitality Group will open their crown jewel in Williamsburg’s William Vale hotel: the wood-burning coastal Italian restaurant, Leuca. It’ll be the final installment of a three-pronged takeover of the luxury establishment’s food and beverage services, following closely on the heels of the 22-story bar and small plates spot, Westlight. Both are cut largely from the same cloth as their other refined yet relaxed Manhattan projects, including Locanda Verde,...
Sad but true: it’s socially unacceptable to panhandle candy from neighbors past a certain age. And engaging in thinly-veiled blackmail (threatening “tricks” in absence of “treats”) is especially unbecoming in the over 10-year-old set. So if you’re destined to shell out money for your sugar rush this Halloween, you might as well embrace being an adult, passing over Krackles, Tootsie Rolls and Skittles for the following, made-in-BK sweets. Deliso Confections Scope out this brilliant Bay Ridge...
Well before the charmingly scraggy streets of Gowanus were paved with barbecue hubs and oyster bars, Michael and Ping’s was a rare bright spot on Gowanus’s food landscape, supplying prescient residents and underserved warehouse workers with all-natural Chinese food in a certified green space. Which is why, after all these years, it’s probably disconcerting for passerby to spot a sandwich board outside announcing 2 Yutes, especially since the kitchen within still churns out hormone-free sesame...
While full blown restaurants haven’t caught quite as much traction in Brooklyn (remember the Sunburnt Calf and Sheep Station?), Australia has proved massively influential on our coffee culture, uprooting the latte with flat whites at spots like Brunswick, Milk Bar, Dub Pies, Bluestone Lane and Toby’s Estate, and begetting a city fanatically in thrall to avocado toast. And with the recent debut of Seven Point Espresso, the Aussie brekkie movement has officially expanded to the...

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