Chefs Janine Booth & Jeff McInnis

Chefs Janine Booth & Jeff McInnis

Janine Booth and Jeff McInnis are co-chefs at Root & Bone in New York City. Booth hails from Perth, Australia and McInnis was raised in Niceville, Florida. They first worked together at restaurant Gigi in Miami, before McInnis opened Yardbird Southern Table & Bar in Miami's South Beach. In 2014, Jeff and Janine opened Root & Bone, bringing southern fare to the northeast. Last winter, the pair returned to Miami to open Sarsaparilla Club, where they serve American dim sum and this fall, they will open their third restaurant, Stiltsville Fish Club, in Miami's Sunset Harbor neighborhood. 

ROOT & BONE
200 East 3rd Street, New York, NY 10009
T: 646.682.7076
www.rootnbone.com

 Photograph courtesy of Root & Bone

Photograph courtesy of Root & Bone


JANINE & JEFF'S
NEW YORK CITY GUIDE

New York City has influences from all over the world and it’s a thrill to be able to hit the pavement and find exactly what you’re craving. Whether it’s Korean BBQ, Australian, or Italian food, whatever your mind can dream up, you can most likely find it here.
— Chefs Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth

Manhattan

 Photograph courtesy of Loring Place

Photograph courtesy of Loring Place

Loring Place

This restaurant is an amazing chef-driven concept and Dan Kluger is a master. If you're into vegetables, this restaurant is for you. Order anything and you'll be happy.

21 West 8th Street, New York, NY 10011
T: 212.388.1831
www.loringplacenyc.com

The Bao

They have the best soup dumplings in town. Try the Xiao Long Bao Soup Dumplings and the Beef & Scallion crispy pancake is a must.

13 St Marks Place, New York, NY 10003
T: 212.388.9238

 Photographs courtesy of Flinders Lane

Photographs courtesy of Flinders Lane

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Flinders Lane

This is such a unique Australian concept. It is homey and comfortable with a small dining room. Check out the Seafood Curry Laksa and the Sausage Rolls.

62 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009
T: 212.228.6900
www.flinderslane-nyc.com

 Photograph courtesy of Oiji

Photograph courtesy of Oiji

Oiji

This is a super hip, Korean concept dressed up by a high-end chef. These are not your normal Korean dishes, but something much more. You'll find crispy rice batter Fried Chicken with a Spicy Soy Vinaigrette; Beef Tartare with Ramp Aioli; and our absolute favorite crazy simple dessert -- Honey Butter Chips. They are potato chips tossed with hot honey butter.

119 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10003
T: 646.767.9050
www.oijinyc.com

 Photographs courtesy of The Wayland

Photographs courtesy of The Wayland

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The Wayland

This is a favorite spot of ours for so many reasons. There are four things to do at The Wayland for a perfect experience.
1. Go on a week night when they have a live band.
2. Go really crazy late after work, because they serve food and drink until 4am, every night.
3. Order the Kale Margarita.
4. Order the Milk & Honey (burrata with unfiltered extra virgin olive oil, raw honey, smoked pepper, and sea salt). Get it with a side of Fried Fingerling Potatoes with rosemary aioli.

700 East 9th Street, New York, NY 10009
T: 212.777.7022

www.thewaylandnyc.com

Brooklyn

 Lilia | Photo Credit: ©Find. Eat. Drink.

Lilia | Photo Credit: ©Find. Eat. Drink.

 Photograph courtesy of Lilia

Photograph courtesy of Lilia

Lilia

Amazing chef, amazing service, and amazing food. Sit inside where you can see into the open kitchen and check out the wood-fired oven. Super hot and interesting techniques from the wood oven.

67 Union Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11222
T: 718.576.3095
www.lilianewyork.com


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