SANTINA is a coastal Italian restaurant by Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick — the same team responsible for NYC hot spots Dirty French, Carbone, ZZ’s Clam Bar, Parm and Sadelle’s. Situated on what used to be the coast of Manhattan where the city’s first farmers markets once stood, Santina takes inspiration from the neighborhood’s history with a menu that highlights vegetables and fish. In a chic, glassed-in space under the High Line, guests can look forward to enjoying traditional Italian cuisine with fresh seaside touches.
Just in time for summer, we’ve added four of the best restaurants on the Westside to Reserve — Hinterland, SMYC, Belcampo and Ox & Son. You won’t have to wander far from the beach to sample fresh and innovative cuisine from the newest (and most welcome) additions to the neighborhood.
New week, new restaurants on Reserve in NYC! We’re taking over the west side downtown, from Meatpacking and Chelsea additions to two great sister restaurants in Flatiron and the West Village.
You have more options than ever in Chicago. From Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto’s Japonais to the southern comfort of award-winning Chicago q, your taste buds are sure to be delighted. Here’s a quick look at our latest additions.
Maloney & Porcelli brings the charm and grandeur of the 1950’s to today’s table with traditional American fare. The bustling restaurant presents playful takes on classics, with a dinner menu that offers guests a selection of crowd-pleasing, supper club-inspired dishes. The restaurant’s post-8 p.m. nightly wine dinner includes an appetizer, entree and dessert, along with unlimited wine. New York Magazine commends the restaurant for its hospitality, saying: “The service couldn’t be nicer.” Zagat adds, “‘marvelous’ ‘old-school’ servers ferry ‘extraordinary steaks’, ‘superb’ crackling pork shank and ‘killer martinis.’” Book a table at for a superb classic New York experience on the …
You now have even more great restaurants at your fingertips on Reserve in NYC, from established neighborhood favorites to exciting newcomers. Ready for this week’s new additions?
Looking to spice things up? This week we’re featuring restaurants that infuse California cuisine with Asian flavors and textures. From Hannah An’s Vietnamese version of crab and uni noodle to Chef Tin Vuong’s Sa-po mixed seafood hot pot and Sang Yoon’s beef and broccoli, you’ll be instantly transported to the East (even if you live on the Westside).
Craft Beer Week is in full swing with events all across The Windy City. Our team of craft brew explorers scoured Chicago to narrow in on a list of tempting events and culinary fun for you to enjoy at some of our favorite partner restaurants.
IL BUCO ALIMENTARI E VINERIA is a relaxed Mediterranean-Italian dining destination in NoHo, particularly known for house-cured meats and homemade bread. Home to the original site of the Great Jones Lumber Supply, the restaurant, wine bar and market hybrid contains traces of lumber yard graffiti on the brick walls, while communal tables, Italian antique furniture and modern artisan steel touches round out the minimal-chic interior. The wine list contains a handful of domestic and imported favorites, as well as an ever-changing queue of new producers.
Summer is around the corner, and our restaurant partners and industry friends are out doing what they do best — bringing great food and drink to the city of Boston. If you’re looking to mix up your dining repertoire, here’s an eclectic list of our favorite upcoming events. Celebrate the end of spring with wine festivals, biking brunches, and tiki soirees!