Food + Drink

Kaffe 1668: Your Answer to Coffee South of Canal

From the outside, Kaffe 1668 looks more like a cavernous, dimly lit children’s store—its entrance walls lined, as they are, with rows of stuffed sheep. It wouldn’t be the most outrageous assumption, given its Tribeca location, where the neighborhood’s wide streets have long screamed the siren song of strollers,...

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The Ultimate #NYFW Juice Detox

There’s been a lot of fashion trotting around the streets of New York City the last week, kicking off what will be the next month of fashion shows around the world. Whether it’s a Jeremy Scott-esque entourage or a lithe gaggle of models darting between castings, the daily downtown...

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Blue Hill at Stone Barns: The Ultimate Farm-to-Table

Forty minutes and thirty miles up the Hudson River is all it takes to get to Blue Hill at Stone Barns, part of an 80-acre estate originally home to the Rockefellers beginning in the 1890s. Over one hundred years later, the site plays host to the Stone Barns Center...

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SIXTY Eats: Miss Lily’s

There are few establishments in lower Manhattan as dynamic as Miss Lily’s. Between the Jamaican restaurant filled with statuesque hostesses, Melvin’s (its breezy daytime juicery next door), and Radio Lily (their Internet radio station), they’ve created something of a mini New York City empire, a tiny conglomerate holding court...

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Little Prince: A Parisian Bistro Smack in the Middle of SoHo

Creeping vines crawl up the brick façade, roping their way just below the sign for Little Prince, SoHo’s sweet and airy French bistro… and your answer to a mellower weekend brunch option. It’s not to say that Little Prince isn’t deserving of lines out the door. The food, in...

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SIXTY Eats: Nolita’s Estela

Two bites into dinner at Estela, one of East Houston’s most welcome additions to the neighborhood, it has been decided: This place is perfect. Striking a balance between remarkable food and a relaxed atmosphere, and run by a friendly staff who knows their stuff (but doesn’t make you feel...

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The Los Angeles Lobster Roll Crawl

“Lobsters mate for life” (just like wolves and gibbons), or so says the commonly believed axiom. Well, myth buster mates: unlike their furry friends, lobsters are more into one-time things if you catch our oceanic drift–which, no judgment, to each anthropoid their own. However, if we have any sign that these...

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SIXTY Eats: Monkey Bar

What does one do when they tire of the charming tin ceilings and worn wooden floors that have become so ubiquitous in the New York downtown and Brooklyn dining scenes? You look to the past, of course, and head uptown, where tablecloths are still white, the brass is gleaming,...

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The Return of Empire Diner

Despite the fact the iconic Empire Diner takes up what is now a quite valuable piece of real estate on the edges of Chelsea, the establishment remains a stronghold in the neighborhood. It has gone through multiple transformations since its 1946 inception, yo-yoing between abandonment and resurrection over the...

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SIXTY Eats: Charlie Bird

It’s 5:17 on a rather blustery day in New York; patience is no small feat. But, as many can well attest, a true testament to a new restaurant is always the absurd willingness of its guests to wait… whether the restaurant is opened or not. And wait we will....

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