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Though we're often excited about new restaurant openings, there's something to be said for NYC's most historic restaurants. We sometimes forget that New York is home to some of the oldest and most historic restaurants in the world, and these 10 still have it. From steakhouses to oyster bars, it's clear that these oldies have maintained a tradition of serving up some of the best quality food around.
Tired of the same-ol’ late night pizza after a night out? It’s time to try something new. Located just off M Street, Quick Pita of Georgetown is the place to go.
Open until 4:30 am Thursday through Saturday, the place is always bursting with people. More»
With all due respect to the L.A. Weekly's Squid Ink blog (even if the departure of Jonathan Gold gives them a kind of "Van Halen with Sammy Hagar" vibe these days), we have a bone to pick with their recent "Top 10 Late Night Eats" list. It's pretty simple: 11 p.m., when several of the restaurants on their list close, is not even remotely "late night." More»
After a long night of raging that involved tequila shots to the face, sometimes leaving to get some food in your stomach as opposed to with some person you may find attractive at the time is just the smarter, less regrettable option come the morning. Following our list of the best late-night destinations for where to get some nom noms after you've been out drinking on the west side of town, our adventures in post-drinking dining continue today with the east side edition. From taco stands to 24-hour diners, this is your guide to where to get your drunken grub on after midnight in the areas of West Hollywood, Los Feliz, Hollywood and Mid-City. Use it wisely this weekend, kids. More»
Eating after midnight: even if you're not worried about turning into a Gremlin, it's not exactly good for you, right? But let's face it, we've all had nights when the bars are closing, the booze is burning a hole in your stomach, and you'd rather lay down in the middle of Wilshire than go home to a fridge full of condiments and frozen broccoli. These are the nights when you need our indispensable guide to the best restaurants on the west side (east side guide coming soon!) that will still be open when tonight turns into tomorrow. More»
Monday, March 10
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.