Dirty French – Located inside the Ludlow Hotel on the Lower East Side, Dirty French dishes out classic bistro fare. Created by Major Food Group’s Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick — the same team responsible for NYC hot spots Carbone, Santina, ZZ’s Clam Bar, Parm and Sadelle’s — the restaurant takes its culinary cues from the timeless dishes and preparations of classic French cuisine, enlivening them through modern interpretations.
CARBONE is an Italian-American restaurant created by Major Food Group’s Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick — the same team responsible for NYC hot spots Dirty French, Santina, ZZ’s Clam Bar, Parm and Sadelle’s. The restaurant pays homage to the essence of the great Italian-American restaurants of mid-20th century in New York, where exceptionally well-prepared food was served in elegant, comfortable and unpretentious settings.
There’s nothing like trying someplace new to really welcome a New Year. And in Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York we’ve been doing just that – finding great new places that we love and think you should try. Over the past few weeks, you may have noticed a few shiny new places popping up in the app, and we’ve collected them here – more than a dozen from coast to coast!
As the nation’s largest Restaurant Week, dineLA has literally hundreds of options to choose from. From January 19 – February 1st, over 300 bistros, izakayas, steakhouses, cafes, grills and more will be offering special pre fixe menus at lunch or dinner, giving Angelenos a great deal on new spots and old favorites alike.
Make a reservation at Shojo in Boston. Tables are available exclusively through Reserve. Shojo offers modern Asian cuisine through a seasonal menu focused on small, shareable plates by Chef Mark O’Leary. The bar is home to a rum-focused, tiki-influenced selection of craft cocktails. Murals by local artists on exposed brick walls decorate the colorful space.
At Reserve we care deeply about our community and are excited to find new and creative ways to give back. We were inspired to see that this year the newly relaunched San Francisco Restaurant Week included a charity component, donating to a worthy cause. So for 10 days at the end of January, we’ll be partnering with the SF-Marin Food Bank to help end hunger in San Francisco and Marin.
At Reserve we’re driven by the dual purpose of making dining better for restaurants and their guests. Starting this Monday, January 12th, in partnership with David Chang and Momofuku Ko, that mission will officially expand, as dedicated seats at Momofuku Ko will be set aside in Reserve’s dining concierge app for a charitable cause.
SAXON + PAROLE offers meat-focused New American fare and house-made whiskey and cocktails. The equestrian-themed eatery features a large bar, whitewashed and tattered wood walls and barn-like decor, including a wagon-wheel chandelier and horse blankets.
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We’ve partnered with Florists.com to give our readers five chances to win over $400 in prizes. Five lucky winners will receive: $100 Reserve dining credit A 10K rose gold necklace (valued at $320) Winners will be chose on 2/3, 2/5, and 2/8, so enter now! Fill out my Wufoo form!Win this 10K rose gold pendant necklace: NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE DOES NOT INCREASE THE CHANCES OF WINNING. Open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia, ages 18 and older (19+ in AL and NE). Void elsewhere and …