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Hottest Restaurants in the Spring in NYC

If there is something that will always have in New York City are new places to see and, of course, to eat! But like everywhere in the city, some hotspots are the favorites of many people, so we’ve brought you some options to dazzle and delight yourself!

 

Ph: @grandbanksnyc

Grand Banks

There is no better way to start the weekend than to eat fresh oysters and sip a rosé on the Grand Banks. The 1942 boat, which traveled to Brazilian lands, had its final destination in NYC at Pier 25, with the idea of a boat-like restaurant that brought oysters to the city in the 18th century. The hotspot has one of the most amazing views of the city.

→Pier 25, Hudson River Park, New York

♦GrandBanks

@grandbanksnyc

 

 

 

Little King

The Williamsburg must go brings incredible dishes such as the Brioche Grilled Cheese with cheddar and heirloom tomato. The owners, Sam Esterman (Eataly, ICE) and John Moskowitz (former TV writer) had been friends since elementary school, they had not seen each other for decades and after reconnecting they thought about opening something together. It is already successful.

→ 749 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, New York

♦LittleKing

@littlekingbk

 

 

 

Ph: @tobysbrooklyn

Toby’s Estate Coffee

We love Club Monaco. With Toby’s Estate inside then, we love it even more. With a wholly white palette, including a custom espresso machine from La Marzocco Strada, pressed tin ceiling and marble countertops, this unit is an oasis of sophistication. The space is small but very cozy.

→ 160 5th Ave, New York

♦Tobys

@tobysestatecoffee

 

 

 

Ph: @cecconisdumbo

Cecconi’s Dumbo

The exclusive members club, Soho House, opens the doors of another unit in New York, in Dumbo. The good news is that there is a restaurant open to the public, the delicious Italian Cecconi’s, with a breathtaking river view.

→ 55 Water Street, Brooklyn, New York

♦CecconisDumbo

@cecconisdumbo

 

 

 

Ph: @pizzalovesemily

Emily

You like burger and Emily Loves Pizza. The joke makes sense … After a huge success in Brooklyn, Emily and her husband brought to the heart of the West Village this place that is our little piece of heaven. The most succulent burgers and stuffed pizzas are served on a tray that has different floors, one for each dish, but all together.

→ 35 Downing Street, New York

♦EmilyLovesPizza

@pizzalovesemily

 

 

 

The Blue Box Cafe by Tiffany & Co. 

The newly opened The Blue Box Cafe on the iconic New York Flagship on Fifth Avenue offers wonderful hors d’oeuvres and cocktails in a classic setting that lavishes pure charm. Of course you will see the color “Tiffany blue” in all furniture and decor, too.

→ 727 Fifth Avenue, New York

♦TheBlueBoxCafe

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