6 Newly Opened NYC Eateries You Haven’t Tried yet but Should

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6 Newly Opened NYC Eateries You Haven’t Tried yet but Should

June brought some spectacular food to New York City. World class eateries that are flying under the city’s radar… but not for long. We’re here to shine a light on the 6 restaurants that opened over the last 4 weeks that you should definitely try. In this list, you’ll find everything from NYC’s newest and most fabulous food hall, to a mouth watering Korean steakhouse. Make a reservation guys, these places won’t stay new forever!


35 Downing St

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New York City’s most Instagrammed pizza got a new venue. The Emily family expanded from their Williamsburg and Clinton Hill locations into the West Village and NYC’s culinary cache is the better for it. Go for the pizza, go back for the dry-aged Emmy burger.


445 Albee Square W, Brooklyn

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Some good ribs to celebrate 4th of July ?

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This 60,000 square foot market hall is fast becoming the city’s best. With over 40 local vendors the choice is overwhelming, but don’t worry, we broke down exactly what you should try HERE.


419 E 74th St

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This Upper East Side spot offers omakase dining only. SUSHI ISHIKAWA, by chef Don Pham (formerly of O Ya), serves progressive courses of sushi and other frequently changing, artful Japanese bites. It may not be the cheapest place on the list, but it’s definitely one of the most delicious.


16 W 22nd St, New York, NY 10010, USA

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A mashup of a steakhouse and a Korean BBQ joint, Cote is a treat for any carnivorous New Yorker. Diners cook the in-house dry-aged meat on top of their personal table grills. If you’re a meat lover, THIS is your new favorite restaurant in NYC.


636 Degraw St, Brooklyn

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This walk-up window taqueria focusses on Mexico City-inspired tacos and burritos. Filled with everything from French fries to chorizo fans of traditional Mexican cuisine are in for a treat here.


138 N 8th St, Brooklyn

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  • Yelp 5/5

Diving in to dinner like… #eggsyall

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Listen up brunch fans. The king is here. This is the new Brooklyn location of Nolita’s egg-centric eatery, Egg Shop. It’s both bigger and better than the original taking reservations for groups of over eight people. Do yourself a favor this Sunday brunch, make your way to Egg Shop.

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