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Anella

Anella

Anella is well worth the hike from Manhattan into Brooklyn. This Greenpoint gem doesn’t try too hard with its relaxed vibe and no-frills decor, but it still meets perfection with dishes like ricotta gnocchi, pan-seared pork chops and steamed mussels. 960 1280

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Lexington Brass

Lexington Brass

A popular lunch and brunch spot in Midtown, Lexington Brass serves American bistro favorites with a twist of sophistication. You’ll feel right at home here with comfort foods like roasted chicken served in cast-iron pans. 960 1280

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Olives

Olives

Located in Union Square’s W Hotel, Olives is a swanky spot for a meal or a meetup, with an extensive small-plates menu and creative cocktails such as the Heart Beet -- vodka-infused beet lemonade. 960 1280

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Café de la Esquina

Café de la Esquina

Where else can you find a retro Mexico dinner that takes menu suggestions from neighborhood locals? Williamsburg, of course. The hip Brooklyn hood’s Café de La Esquina dishes are a spicy spin on the classics, such as the hamburguesa, a burger topped with jalapenos, avocado and chipotle mayo. 960 1280

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Macelleria

Macelleria

This Italian steakhouse in the Meatpacking District is a carnivore’s dream, with dry-aged porterhouse, Tuscan sausage and chicken alla diavola. But fear not, vegetarians: There are plenty of meat-free pasta dishes, too. And tiramisu doesn’t always have to wait until dessert. 960 1280

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Má Pêche

Má Pêche

Midtown’s modern American restaurant Má Pêche's menu changes daily, but the extensive raw bar is always a perfect starter. On the way out pick up dessert -- an addictive slice of Crack Pie or Compost Cookie -- at the sister bakery, Momofuku’s Milk Bar. 960 1280

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Amali

Amali

Amali, a Mediteranean eatery on the Upper East Side, adheres to a strict farm-to-table dining experience -- using local vegetables, grains and dairy products -- and only buying whole animals. Greek-infused specialities like the lamb porterhouse and Kataifi cannoli are not to be missed. 960 1280

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Masak

Masak

Sweet and spicy street foods from Singapore are given a sophisticated touch at East Village’s Masak. Start off dinner with the signature dish Quih Pie Tee (pictured), fried rice cracker cups filled with seasonal flavors like foie gras, sweetcorn and strawberries. 960 1280

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Aroma Kitchen and Winebar

Aroma Kitchen and Winebar

Aroma, an East Village Italian restaurant and wine bar, focuses on regional Italian dishes and seasonal specialties, such as the risotto del giorno. And you’ll feel like royalty with the service; Chef Vito is known to personally deliver his signature dishes to your table. 960 1280

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‘Cesca Enoteca and Trattoria

‘Cesca Enoteca and Trattoria

Friendly and rustic, this southern Italian spot is a welcome culinary spot on the Upper West Side. Authentic Italian dishes like linguine alla vongole, are best paired with an Italian varietal on the extensive award-wining wine list. 960 1280

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Bubba, an Australian shepherd, arrives at the Hotel Pennsylvania in NYC after an 8-hour drive from Jamestown, NY, in advance of the 2013 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. 960 1280

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Arriving by car from Pennsylvania, French bulldog Glamour (bottom) gets ready for her first competition at the 2013 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. 960 1280

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Romeo, a 21-month-old German pincher from California arrived on a red-eye Friday morning before the blizzard hit New York City for his first appearance at the Westminster Dog Show. 960 1280

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Three-year-old American Eskimo Tuiyok gets a bath in the spa at the Roosevelt Hotel in advance of his second appearance at the Westminster Dog Show. 960 1280

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Australian shepherd Brodie stretches his legs after an 8 1/2-hour car ride from Jamestown, NY. 960 1280

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Three-and-a-half-year-old miniature poodle Sharona gets trimmed and groomed before her big appearance on Monday. 960 1280

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Duck tolling retriever Cruiser and golden retriever Oz take a stroll in New York City with handler Kristin. 960 1280

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Owner Shirley unloads her Spinoni Italiano after a long drive from Florida to New York City. 960 1280

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Emmy stands in the lobby of the Pennsylvania Hotel with her sheltie Amber; they're the only competitors from Alaska and managed to make it to New York City after 3 flight cancellations due to winter storm Nemo. 960 1280

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Tashi, an 8-year-old Tibetan terrier scopes out the activity in the lobby with owner Joyce. 960 1280

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London, a standard poodle, keeps calm during a 2 1/2-hour grooming session. 960 1280

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Chinese crested Buster waits in the lobby before his first appearance at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. 960 1280

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Springer spaniel Patron flew in from San Diego for this competition. 960 1280

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Clumber spaniel Brodie awaits grooming after a bath in the dog spa. 960 1280

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After a 24-hour train ride from Alabama, Bernese mountain dog Amador Lovita is tuckered out. 960 1280

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Clumber spaniel Freddie is so fresh and clean after a bath in the dog spa. 960 1280

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Dalmation Lindsey and owner Liz have no complaints after flying Delta in from Tacoma, WA, to New York City for the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. 960 1280

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A very fluffy keeshond at the end of a long grooming session. 960 1280

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An English toy spaniel arrives by car service to Pier 92 for group judging at the Westminster Dog Show. 960 1280

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An obedient Italian greyhound during the group judging session at Pier 92 in New York City. 960 1280

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Old English sheepdog sisters Noni and Eva stay out of the rain while waiting for the shuttle bus to take them to Pier 92 for the Westminster Dog Show. 960 1280

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A 15-month-old pug from New Hampshire named “Moves Like Jagger” is exhausted after his morning group judging session. 960 1280

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Eli, a long-coat chihuahua, gets groomed in advance of judging. 960 1280

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A group of toy Manchester terriers during their judging at the Westminster Dog Show. 960 1280

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Shih Tzu Olivia flew in all the way from Hawaii for her appearance at the dog show. 960 1280

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A borzoi arrives in luxury for the Westminster Dog Show. 960 1280

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A standard poodle gets some final primping before the group judging event. 960 1280

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Fratelli's in NYC

Fratelli's in NYC

Mikey Roe stops to pose before diving into the sausage and broccoli rabe hero at Fratelli's. 960 1280

  

Fratelli’s Pizza Café in the Bronx

Fratelli’s Pizza Café in the Bronx

Fratelli’s Pizza Café in the Bronx is famous for their olive oil-drenched, garlicky sausage and broccoli rabe hero. 960 1280

  

Fratelli’s broccoli rabe pizza

Fratelli’s broccoli rabe pizza

Fratelli’s broccoli rabe pizza is also a late-night people pleaser. 960 1280

  

Crif Dogs in NYC

Crif Dogs in NYC

Mikey meets the customers at Crif Dogs, a culinary keystone of St. Mark's Place in New York City's eclectic East Village. 960 1280

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Mikey talks to Abdelbaset Elsaued

Mikey talks to Abdelbaset Elsaued

Mikey talks to the head of Halal Guys, Abdelbaset Elsaued. 960 1280

  

Halal Guys

Halal Guys

Halal Guys, in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, is known for their juicy lamb platters smothered in insanely spicy red and deliciously creamy white sauces. 960 1280

  

Tribeca in lower Manhattan

Tribeca in lower Manhattan

Mikey films a segment in Tribeca in lower Manhattan. 960 1280

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Bubby's blueberry pancakes

Bubby's blueberry pancakes

Bubby's blueberry pancakes, among the many breakfast options available at all hours of the night, draw a crowd. 960 1280

  

Bubby's chicken and waffles

Bubby's chicken and waffles

Bubby's is a favorite spot for top chefs in the city, who stop by after a long night of cooking 5-star meals for this extensive menu of comfort food, including chicken and waffles. 960 1280

  

Bubby's steak and eggs

Bubby's steak and eggs

Bubby's steak and eggs hits the spot when you’re craving a hearty late-night meal. 960 1280

  

Crif Dog’s hot dogs

Crif Dog’s hot dogs

Crif Dog’s hot dogs are delivered right to your bar stool at PDT, because nothing goes better with a cocktail than a deep-fried hot dog. 960 1280

  

Hunts Point Market

Hunts Point Market

Mikey finds himself having to talk his way out of trouble when he runs into an officer at Hunts Point Market. 960 1280

  

Crif Dogs

Crif Dogs

One of Crif Dogs’ 16 different dogs with 23 customizable toppings. 960 1280

  

Crif Dogs' tater tots

Crif Dogs' tater tots

Crif Dogs' tater tots compliment the Jersey-style dogs perfectly. 960 1280

  


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