In the Hamptons, see new listings for the Montauket (local favorite bar that may soon succumb to touristas) and Wolfie’s Tavern (ancient dive-bar site with a one-eyed bartender). For full listings, check out our Hamptons nightlife guide.
In the Hamptons, check out new listings for the Backyard (chic Montauk resto & lounge behind Solé East hotel) and Dave’s Grill (super-fresh seafood with a super-cruel rezz policy). For full listings, see our Hamptons restaurant guide.
In New York, check out new listings for Tipico BK (chill Paraguayan on lazy south Williamsburg block) and Santos’ Party House (big, sweaty, hot bi-level boite from rabblerouser Andrew W.K. and friends). For full New York listings, see our restaurant guide and nightlife guide.
In Los Angeles, check out new listings for Animal (all about the pig — there’s even bacon in the chocolate) and Palate Food + Wine (combo restaurant, bar, wine cellar, cheese shop). For full Los Angeles listings, see our restaurant guide.
In Miami, check out new listings for Fratelli Lyon (latest, most authentic Italian in the Design District) and Boutique Kitchen (home cooking to rival your progenitor’s). For full Miami listings, see our restaurant guide.
In the Hamptons, see new listings for Surf Lodge (new Montauk hotel hotspot; see also our restaurant listing for the same venue) and Solé East (Ikea charm off Fort Pond). For full listings, see our Hamptons hotel guide.
In Miami, check out new listings for Philippe (yet another Chinese celeb resto from Philippe Chow) and Aerobar (futuristic airport nightclub meant to challenge Mokai’s throne). For full Miami listings, see our restaurant guide and nightlife guide.
The tiny dosa shop Hampton Chutney Co. westernizes traditional Indian snacks, because authenticity is for travelers. And on the main drag in Amagansett, Mary’s Marvelous makes her treats the homemade way, and you’ll be skipping straight to dessert because of it.
Two rooftop spots to get high and mighty (sauced). Get lifted and twisted with Central Park views at Roof Garden Café at the Met, with a dash of culture to boot. Rise above the madness of Grand Central at newly redone mad46. Try new, addictive, A-list noodles at Ramen Setagaya, and drain that crucial post-Nolita-shopping-spree glass of Riesling at The Monday Room.