With the weather finally heating up, we’re going crazy for everything coconut! From the super-hydrating water to the luscious meat inside, coconuts are chock-full of refreshing flavor — and lots of restaurants are taking note. Check out a few of our favorite coconut-driven cocktails being shaken up at some ultra-cool NYC spots.
Ever wanted to eat like an insider? Check out the top NYC spots from Nate Adler, whose Spanish-inspired restaurant, Huertas, dishes out tasty tapas and drinks to hungry East Village-goers in an intimate space on First Avenue. From the best bagels to where to grab a late-night bite, this local expert’s picks will help you discover some of the city’s most delectable dishes.
Highly acclaimed restaurateur Stephen Starr’s five New York City restaurants are all new to Reserve this week! The hot, fast-growing group offers a variety of international cuisines and styles — Japanese, Mexican and American — with one common thread: a first-class dining experience. Get seated now in the app.
Tucked in the middle of Manhattan’s graffiti-chic Alphabet City lies Virginia’s — an easygoing oasis in the middle of the city’s mile-a-minute, food-crazed urban jungle. The menu, though small, is mighty in flavor and masterful in execution, with top-notch service to match.
Want to eat and drink like an insider? Check out the top NYC spots from Reed Adelson, the owner of Virginia’s, an Alphabet-City favorite that’s been satisfying downtown diners with its seasonally inspired American bistro fare since it opened last spring. From his favorite donut shop to where to people-watch, this local expert’s picks will help you discover some of the city’s most incredible places.
Wish there was an easier way to find the perfect place for a family outing, birthday celebration or team dinner? There are so many things to consider when planning where to go — the cuisine, the space, the location and more — but Reserve is here to help. Here are 10 group-friendly spots sure to please a crowd.
What’s better than a bloody mary and sunny-side-up brunch? From classic dishes like French toast and eggs Benedict to inventive burgers and fresh green juices, there’s a reason why brunch is everyone’s favorite weekend tradition. Here are 13 of our go-to brunch spots in NYC.
Looking for a delicious night out? This April, as part of its special dinner series, Michelin-starred Telepan is creating an exclusive 5-course chef’s tasting menu with beverage pairings, a collaboration between Beverage Director Sam Clifton, Chef/Owner Bill Telepan and Blue Point Brewing Company.
Currently GM of David Chang’s ambitious restaurant Momofuku Ko, Su Wong Ruiz helms a team of some of the most experienced, creative spirits in NYC. They just so happen to be super talented chefs, servers and beverage pros. Most nights, she can be found warmly welcoming guests as they tuck into an unassuming entrance off a little known East Village side street — beginning an ultra-elegant, 15-course, two-and-a-half-hour dining experience they’ll likely never forget.
Chinese New Year — this year on Monday, February 8th — is all about honoring friends and family and celebrating with delicious culinary traditions. The holiday is celebrated all across Asia, so usher in the Year of the Monkey with prosperity and good luck (plus a full belly!) with these 10 Asian-inspired dishes from some of NYC’s best restaurants: