The oldest place in this guide is from 1817, the newest is 1974.
The micro-hood known as NoMad is just seven blocks long, but you won't go hungry or thirsty here with our 24-hour guide.
If you want to experience the real melting pot of New York, this is the neighborhood to explore.
From Times Square to the Theater District to Hell's Kitchen, even though it's one of the more touristy in the city, it still has food and drink delights.
Cocktail lovers tour of lower Manhattan with recommendations from local bartenders.
Low-key seafood shacks; celebrity-spotting, and late night darts, here’s where the FED Pros recommend you visit at this coastal getaway playground.
The easternmost end is changing rapidly. Here's your chefs' guide to 24-hours of eating and drinking at both the newer hot spots and the old school classics.
A double-header art tour of Storm King and Dia: Beacon. After you’ve had your fill of art, fill your stomach with some local eats.
Long known as an antiques mecca, Hudson is becoming a upstate's downtown and a dining destination featuring New York City chefs.
“If you want to fit in like a local, make sure you leave the designer duds at home. The one thing the Catskills lack is pretense.” Our 24-hour Catskills guide from chef Devin Mills of Peekamoose.
A chefs' eating and drinking video guide to where surfers, hipsters, fishermen and locals all rub elbows in this seaside resort town.
Discover the favorite Brooklyn neighborhood bars of bartenders Ivy Mix and Julie Reiner and learn more about their own place, Leyenda.
WATCH | "It's Thanksgiving in a glass," says bartender Julie Reiner (Clover Club, Flatiron Lounge, Pegu Club, Leyenda) on her favorite Thanksgiving cocktail, the New York Sour.
Sun Noodle is the Rolls Royce of artisan ramen noodles and the number one choice for chefs around the world. You can try their noodles at the Ramen Lab in Nolita.
A video featuring chef Esther Choi as your guide to second floor restaurants in New York's Koreatown, where the soju flows and flows.
Chef Shawn Burnette hits four NYC boroughs for Middle Eastern Labneh, Mexican tacos, American barbecued ribs, Ethiopian flatbread, and Aussie hangover food.
Join chef Matt Bolus of Nashville's 404 Kitchen for a three-city tour of his favorite places to imbibe.
From a comforting egg sandwich in the morning to sunset cocktails on a ship in the Hudson to a late night off the beaten track jazz bar, bartender Meaghan Dorman gives you a full boozy day in Tribeca.
How to do the Hamptons like a local with this insider guide from restaurateur Kylie Monagan of Calissa.
Chef Brad Willits suggests you start your day with the best breakfast sandwich in Brooklyn and end it snacking on oysters and pimento cheese at his favorite late night bar.
Swig & Swing BBQ pitmaster Anthony DiBernardo gives you his five favorite barbecue joints and what to order.
Start your day with sun salutations, watch the sunset with mango margaritas, and end the night with strong drinks listening to cover bands. This is Kylie Monagan's perfect day in the paradise called Amagansett.
Chef Patrick Connolly of Rider takes you along for his perfect day in Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick. From pastrami egg & cheese to a hearty ribeye.
A guide to a perfect day in Montauk, from breakfast to late night dancing, from the partners of the newly-opened Hamptons restaurant Calissa.
Explore NYC's drinking scene with bartender Natasha Torres of Bar Moga, because she says, "in New York, you can find the niche cocktail bar that fulfills your every fantasy."
Take a deep dive with this Queens guide from chef Thomas Chen of Tuome, "I grew up in Flushing and I love the neighborhood because it's crowded, but full of great food everywhere."
Chef Matt Abdoo of the newly-opened Pig Bleecker gives you his picks for eating and shopping around the Village in NYC.
From a morning Masala omelette to a late night empanada, chef Hemant Mathur of Sahib gives his guide to NYC Indian restaurants and Jackson Heights food carts.
Chef Devon Gilroy shares his favorite finds for eating and shopping in the Hudson Valley.
Life is short. Eat dessert first with pastry chef Rachel Binder's guide to New York City.
Where to eat, drink, and souvenir shop while you're leaf peeping in the Hudson Valley, the Catskills, and the Berkshires.
If you're visiting the High Line, here's your guide for nearby places chefs love for everything from morning breakfast to late night cocktails and all the meals in-between.
Whether it’s for a cold custard treat, a juicy burger, or a lobster roll, pull over to the side of the road for these six authentic American food stands that chefs love.
See New York like a tourist, but eat like a local with our picks for restaurants, coffee shops and bars near Manhattan’s must-visit spots.
Take a short day trip excursion from the big cities with these recommendations around the country for everything from roadside barbecue to waterside seafood.
Olmsted opens in Brooklyn and chef Greg Baxtrom gives you his perfect day in the borough.
Discover the culinary gems in Westchester County with local chef Adam Kaye of Blue Hill Stone Barns.
Here are 5 places the pros recommend you start your day in the Catskills.
From a breakfast burrito to a happy hour margarita to a late night taco, here are places the pros recommend for a full day of eating Mexican food and drinking tequila and mezcal in Manhattan.
The West Village's Upholstery Store just launched their Happy Hour $1 oyster menu. Stop in and explore sommelier Leo Schneemann's wine list and then check out his favorite NYC places.
Chef Guy Vaknin believes you should forgo the fish in your sushi roll and opt for fruits and vegetables instead.
Looking for creative Easter treats? Visit these bakeries and candy shops around the country for unique twists on the classics.
Here are six real deal New York City Irish pubs sanctioned by the pros
Take a drive up the Hudson Valley starting at Kingston and working your way to Ghent with this eating, drinking and shopping guide from chef Nick Suarez.