Best Restaurants by Cuisine

Best Restaurants by Cuisine

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Here are the best in each category.

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    Best Vegetarian - There might be more refined, even more adventurous vegetarian fare in Brooklyn, but for consistency and sheer deliciousness we have to go with V-Spot in Park Slope.
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    Best Late Night - What’s in a name? Well, nothing, if you’re talking about this divey Greenpoint bar—but the superiority of its subterranean noodle parlor speaks volumes.
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    Best Gastropub - Restaurateur Saul Bolton certainly has the Midas touch—who knew a Michelin-starred chef could turn out such charmingly humble, stick-to-your-ribs fare?
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    Best Steakhouse - Move over Luger—these waiters actually smile when they plunk down your porterhouse with creamed spinach, wild mushroom spaetzle, and goat cheese potato puree.
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    Best French - Liberté, égalité, fraternité! This sassy Williamsburg brasserie is a Francophile’s dream, boasting antique lighting, a gorgeous rooftop garden, and a mean moules and frites.
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    Best Seafood - We have proof positive that oysters are an aphrodisiac: our fanatical obsession with this sultry absinthe house’s incomparable dollar happy hour.
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    This no-frills banh mi shop has at least half a dozen varieties of the Franco-Vietnamese sandwich, all served on a heated and crusty baguette with plenty of crunchy, pickled, spicy and fresh toppings.
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    Best BBQ - The smoked chicken and chopped pork sandwich are juicy and tasty enough to stand on their own, with simple seasonings and sides, and they take reservations for whole suckling pig roasts for parties as well.
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    Best Diner - On the outside, this sister restaurant of Marlow & Sons looks very much like a roadside diner.
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    Best Japanese - Morimoto’s former exec chef and sous are currently doing their master proud in Prospect Heights, serving up pristine bowls of unfussed, fairly priced ramen.
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    Best Middle Eastern - It’s no wonder this acclaimed outer-outerborough joint has become a dining destination—Chef-owner Rawia Bishara serves the best shish kebab this side of Lebanon. And kibbe, and shulbato, and baba ghanouj…
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    Best New School - We really love Brucie’s part-restaurant, part-grocery, all-charm model. But mainly we love its perfect, impossibly creamy burrata and their pork and butternut lasagna. Really, we love it all.
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