Returning as an Italian to-go counter and communal chef’s counter, dell’anima will continue to delight with cult favorites like Tagliatelle Alla Bolognese and Pollo Al Diavolo, as well as new options like the Herbed Crusted Lamb and Mushroom Ricotta Paninis available for the first time. The perpetually booked Chef’s Counter will resume with daily Chef’s Counter dinners available for reservations.
Seamore’s is known for excellent, healthy, and fun seafood. Their fish is 100% sustainable, sourced as close to home as possible, delicious, and offered at an accessible price point.
Celebrating New York’s own culinary history, Corner Slice is a neighborhood bakery focusing on pastry, pizza, and coffee – with all baking done on premises. The menu offers something for everyone including classic sandwiches, salads, frozen desserts, and ice-cold root beer. Now Open!
Ivan Orkin, the world-renowned ramen expert, serves classic ramen, mazemen and more at Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop, one of his first restaurants outside of Japan.
Since opening in 2000, La Palapa has been captivating critics and foodies alike with a “fascinating menu that shows off all sorts of complex flavor combinations,” according to The NY Times. The acclaimed Chef/Owner Barbara Sibley serves up beloved tacos, salsas and complex moles infused with fresh Mexican flavors and organic ingredients.
Corner Bistro’s newest location at Gotham West Market features a full menu, including signature burger options, sandwiches, salads, appetizers, sides and kid-friendly items. Open til 2am on Fridays and Saturdays.
Zagat’s #1 rated ice cream shop in New York City, Brooklyn-based Ample Hills Creamery, serves its popular hand-crafted ice creams made from the freshest possible ingredients – scooping funky and creative flavors like Salted Crack Caramel, Ooey Gooey Butter Cake and The Munchies.
NYC Velo is a shop for cyclists, by cyclists. Whether you race, commute, or ride for fun the staff can assist in fitting, renting and maintaining a bike. NYC Velo also features a bicycle concierge.