New York is one of the largest cities in the world, and it’s only getting bigger. Luckily an increase in population correlates to an increase in restaurants; and who wants to eat at the same restaurant twice? In light of this mentality we found three brand new restaurants across the city to keep you full for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
95 South 5th Street, Brooklyn, NY
Run by Michelin starred pastry chef, Ryan Butler, Butler’s sweets lineup is something to swoon over. Even if you’re in more of a savory mood, Butler has plenty of alternatives, like the egg focaccia and the herb & chili scone.
1 Howard Street, New York, NY
Inspired by five & dime lunch counters, Nickel & Diner adds an eclectic touch to classic comfort foods in an unparalleled setting. The huevos rancheros omelette and kale cashew bowl are among things to be excited about.
385 Greenwich Street
Yves is Tribeca’s newest hangout; cool, sleek and welcoming, Yves redefines their typically simple dishes. Bold combinations, like burrata with lobster jus, and octopus with black fig, complement their inventive cocktails.