Category: Restaurant Review

Pasta Noodles

NYC Restaurant Review: Raffetto’s Pasta

Established in 1906, the Greenwich Village eatery, Raffetto’s Pasta has served up stylish and delicious plates of cheese ravioli, egg noodles, and spinach ravioli for countless Manhattanites for over a century.   The varieties of pasta and fresh noodles are numerous and homemade, made with unique quality and ingredients, including black squid, pumpkin, parsley-basil, lemon red pepper, whole wheat, buckwheat,… Read more →

Michelin-starred restaurants in New York City | Kevin Brunnock

Three-Star Michelin Restaurants in New York City | 2017

Who doesn’t want to know more about 3-star Michelin restaurants in New York City? The Michelin Guide is a well-known series of guide books published by Michelin, a French tire and travel service assistance company. Since 1900, the Michelin Guide has been published after brothers and manufacturers Édouard and André Michelin printed nearly 35,000. Subsequent editions of the guide were… Read more →

Grimaldi's Pizzeria

NYC Restaurant Review: Grimaldi’s Pizzeria

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria is a New York City classic. Known for their use of irresistible crust, savory sauce, and perfectly crisp premium toppings, Grimaldi’s is the pizzeria you visit when you become tired of the boring, lukewarm dollar slices, and you seek elevation. With five locations sprinkled across the Greater New York City area, the Grimaldi’s located Under the Bridge takes… Read more →

Aquagrill, Kevin Brunnock

NYC Restaurant Review: Aquagrill

The SoHo-based Aquagrill is one of Manhattan’s finest seafood restaurants, serving up a colorful, flavorful menu and dishing out a robust variety of exceptional wines. The establishment distributes brunch, lunch and dinner, plating a wide range of items, including gluten-free items, unique desserts, fresh seafood, a scintillating collection of warm and chilled beverages. Whether ordering the Fresh Maine Sea Urchin,… Read more →

Taim Falafel, Kevin Brunnock

NYC Restaurant Review: Taïm Falafel

You can have your mouth-watering falafel and eat it, too. That’s the lesson to be learned when visiting West Village-based Taim (pronounced tah-eem). The amazing eatery boasts a strictly vegetarian, middle-eastern menu, which is adorned with warm and vibrant spices and tireless flavor. Whether selecting the traditional green falafel, which is prepared with cilantro, mint, and parsley, the mildly spicy… Read more →