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Casa Mono (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

The room is cramped and festive, right down to the tessellations in the tile floor. Anything a la plancha is still as delicious as it was when the place opened in 2004. And the wine list, while limited to Spain, is seemingly unlimited within Spain. Check out the...Read Full Story

Gramercy Tavern (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

There’s something soul satisfying about dinner at Gramercy Tavern that you don’t get from most of the ambitious tasting menus around the city. Chef Michael Anthony’s elegant farm-to-table cuisine continues to astonish 12 years on, highlighted by Chris Raftery’s wine list, encompassing the eclectic...Read Full Story

La Pizza Fresca (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

You’ll find one of the best Italian wine lists in NYC in this unassuming Flatiron trattoria. Brad Bonnewell has archived his collection in two volumes of tiny type, which include ample vertical arrays of rare Barolos, ancient and modern Tuscans and a host of California cabernets. Order a...Read Full Story

The Simone (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

At The Simone, an Upper East Side hideaway that exudes the warmth of a chic French country inn, Tina Vaughn knows every dish intimately—an advantage that comes from marriage to the chef, Chip Smith. That advantage plays into the wine list, an eclectic mix of drink-ready...Read Full Story

Terroir Tribeca (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

You might know Paul Grieco for his Summers of Riesling, but if you head to Terroir, the 100 wines he’s got open behind the bar may take you on a deep dive into Madeira or Sherry, or little-known producers in Piedmont, Burgundy or Bordeaux. Anywhere you can...Read Full Story

DaDong New York (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Forget the roast duck, even if it’s the reason Beijing-based chef DaDong opened a 400-seat restaurant off Bryant Park: For the money, the Chilean sea bass, showered in garlic cloves and pink peppercorns, is a better bet, and allows more excuses to take advantage of all the Burgundy...Read Full Story

Ferris (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

It’s tiny, crowded and a blast, especially if your order chef Greg Proechel’s blood sausage, which comes to the table spicy with grilled dates and crunchy with toasted bread crumbs, sesame and radish. Jennifer Lakin’s list is almost as tightly edited, with most everything you’d...Read Full Story

Ortzi (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Jose Garces's heritage may be Ecuadorian; his personal roots may be in Chicago and, later, Philly; but his take on Basque tapas is one of the most creative and exciting new Spanish openings in NYC. What may sound like standards, whether setas a la planxa or chorizo...Read Full Story

Scampi (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

We followed Kimberly Prokoshyn from Rebelle to Scampi, and fell in love with her list and with chef/owner PJ Calapa’s brilliantly fresh fish. Going back, we have to reorder the fluke crudo with tomatoes, green olives and lime and the mackerel with eggplant...Read Full Story

River Café (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

The view from the footings of the Brooklyn Bridge is worth the price of admission, as is the wine list, shepherded by Joseph DeLissio since 1977, the year Buzzy O’Keeffe opened the River Café. Chef Brad Steelman is now in his eighteenth year at the helm in...Read Full Story

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