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Sneak Peek by Hudson Eats: Downtown's Upscale Food Hall

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Die finansiële distrik van Manhattan, wat vroeër bekend was as 'n spookdorp in die middestad, kry 'n ernstige opknapping en kookkuns met die heropening van Brookfield Place, 'n uitgestrekte winkelsentrum aan die waterrand naby One World Trade. Ons moet eers kyk na Hudson Eats, die eksklusiewe koshal en kookkuns van Brookfield Place, wat later hierdie week amptelik geopen word. Dit spog met buiteposte van beroemde New Yorkse voedselverskaffers Num Pang, Swart Saad Bagel, Blue Ribbon Sushi, Mighty Quinn's BBQ, Umami Burger, en nege ander eetplekke.

Die ontwerp van hierdie voedselsaal is elegant en modern, met werkblaaie en slanke kroegstoeltjies in die kompleks. Later hierdie jaar sal nog 'n voedselsaal, Le District-die sogenaamde "French Eataly"-by Hudson Eats aansluit. Teen 2015 sal Brookfield Place ook vyf luukse restaurante huisves.

Elkeen van die 14 restaurante moes 'n onderhoudsproses ondergaan net om oorweeg te word vir 'n plek in die finansiële distrik 's groot kos saal. Adam Schneider, mede-eienaar van Klein Münster gegrilde kase, het gesê dat hy opgewonde was net om oorweeg te word.

'Ons kon hierdie aanbod nie van die hand wys nie,' het Schenider gesê. 'Ons probeer altyd die gunsteling van die kinders neem en doen interessante dinge daarmee. Hier bied ons 'n splinternuwe kreef met kreef, sowel as 'n gegrilde kaas.

Die eienaars van Dos Toros Taqueria, 'n gewilde burrito- en taco -middagete, was ook opgewonde om 'n plek by Hudson Eats oop te maak. Die mede-eienaars en broers Leo en Oliver Kremer het gesê dat hulle 'n baie soortgelyke spyskaart sou verwag as hul losstaande plekke, insluitend burrito's en taco's met hoender, carnitas of steakvulsels. Hulle kan nou versoek word om 'n ontbytburrito by die spyskaart te voeg.

By Dig Inn, Adam Eskin, eienaar van 'n seisoenale, organiese mark, voeg 'n spesery met gegrilde vis by met wilde Alaska -salm en 'n roterende geroosterde groentespesial. Op die oomblik is daar geroosterde aspersies met geskeer parmesaankaas op die spyskaart.

'Alles wat hulle hier tussen die vervoersknooppunt en die kleinhandel doen, lyk asof dit deel van 'n groot herlewing in die middestad gaan uitmaak, en dit is 'n verrassende idee,' het Eskin gesê. "Boonop is daar baie wonderlike kos en wonderlike mede-huurders."

Joanna Fantozzi is 'n mede -redakteur van The Daily Meal. Volg haar op Twitter @JoannaFantozzi


'N Voorsmakie van Hudson Eats: Downtown's Upscale Food Hall - Resepte

Die kosgeleentheid, wat verlede jaar weens die pandemie gekanselleer is, bied nou toegang en tydelike toegang, en die kaartjie -inkomste dek die deelnemersfooie van die verkopers.

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Die gasvryheidsbedryf doen 'n beroep op staatswetgewers om vinniger, tydelike dranklisensies toe te laat om die stad se ekonomiese herstel te bevorder.

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Seitan Rising bedien uitstekende veganiese toebroodjies en gebak in Bushwick

Die veganiese eienaardige kafee en bakkery is 100% in besit van werknemers.

So-Cal Burritos, kompleet met patat binne, grond in die East Village

Die nuwe Electric Burrito op St. Marks het u gedek vir ontbyt, middagete en aandete, en slaap nie op die lemoensous nie.

Moslem liefdadigheid spandeer elke maand 'n heilige maand om die haweloses te voed

Vrywilligers met Moslems wat teruggee, het honderde hawelose en lae-inkomste gemeenskappe in die strate ontmoet om elke aand tydens Ramadan warm etes en ander benodigdhede uit te deel.

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'N Nuwe wetsontwerp wat deur die stadsraad aangeneem is, het ten doel om die gebruik van plastiekstrooitjies te verminder.


Bestia

Daar is byna geen ander plek om te begin praat oor eet in die sentrum van LA as Bestia, sjef Ori Menashe se Italiaans-leunende pakhuis in die dieptes van die Arts District. Dit is weggesteek naby die L.A. -rivier, en dit is een van die warmste besprekings in die stad. Handgemaakte pasta word met oorgawe uit die kombuis gestoot, saam met pragtig gevlekte margherita -pizzas, oorvloedige charcuterie en 'n beesvleis tartare crostini wat tegelyk lewendig, funky, fyn en skoon is.

Die ruimte is 'n les in berekende moeiteloosheid; daar is 'n lang koperstaaf, hangende Edison-gloeilampe versteek in dik glasarmaturen, baie baksteen en blootgestelde ysterwerk, en genoeg middel-negentigerjare het Nas gepols om almal se gesprek hoog te hou. Bestia is 'n verpersoonliking van alles wat in die middestad geword het - heerlik, doelbewus en baie, baie gaaf.

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CHARLESTON

Die sigaarfabriek

Plek: 701 E. Bay St., Downtown
Geprojekteerde opening: Vroeë somer 2015
Verskaffers: Moet nog aangekondig word

'N 130 jaar oue gebou wat oorspronklik as 'n katoenmeul (en daarna 'n sigaarfabriek) gedien het, het 'n groot opknapping ondergaan. Charleston's Indigo Road Restaurant Group het groot planne vir die ruimte, wat ook kantore insluit (Garden & amp Gun tydskrif sal sy hoofkwartier daarheen verskuif) en kleinhandel. Verwag 'n "voorsorgstyl" kleinhandelruimte genaamd die Mercantile: Spesifieke verkopers word in April aangekondig, maar daar word kaas, vleis, brood, gebak en vleisgeregte aangebied, plus 'n koffiekroeg, 'n ontbyt- en middagete-toonbank en 'n gebied vir opspring-etes. 'N Gemoedelike kroeg genaamd Mash het 'n binnenshuise balbalbaan, en op die tweede verdieping is 'n privaat geleentheidsruimte met die naam Cedar Room. Eater Charleston sê sjef Trey Dutton, voorheen van die Inn at Palmetto Bluff, sal "toesig hou oor alle kookkuns by die ondernemings."


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Sneak Peek by Hudson Eats: Downtown's Upscale Food Hall

  • Die ontwerp hiervan kos saal is elegant en modern bedoel, met werkblaaie en slanke kroegstoeltjies in die kompleks
  • Later hierdie jaar, nog een kos saal, Le District-die sogenaamde “French Eataly”-sal aansluit Hudson eet
  • Teen 2015 sal Brookfield Place ook vyf luukse restaurante huisves.

Jacx & amp Co: restaurante, kos, foto's en verskaffers

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  • Die span het die eerste keer 'n plons in NYC gemaak met kluitjie en noedelplek Northern Tiger in die Food Park Hudson Eats van Battery Park City.
  • Die restaurant het onlangs gesluit weens die pandemie.

Troy's New Food Hall verpak al die fynproewers in Hudson Valley

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  • Dit word beplan om teen einde Junie of Julie oop te maak, River Street Market is die voedselsaal met baie verkopers wat die Hudsonvallei die hele jaar deur sal gons
  • Net soos die Hudson Valley Food Hall in Beacon, wat na verwagting om dieselfde tyd sou oopmaak, bied die Troy -bestemming plaaslike verkopers wat iets vir elke soort besoeker bied.

Die volgende generasie van voedselhalontwerp

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En Aster Hall, wat twee weke gelede in Chicago geopen is, het die bekroonde ontwerpfirma AvroKO gewerf, ook agter Hudson eet en Gotham West Market in New York, en Denver's Union Station, om die eksklusiewe minimalistiese ruimte te ontwikkel.

Wat om te eet by Hudson Eats in Brookfield Place, nou oop

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Battery Park City se voedselsaal met 600 sitplekke, 35 000 vierkante meter, kan uiteindelik vandag vir die publiek oopmaak met 13 sterrestaurante: Umami Burger, Tartinery, Blue Ribbon Sushi, Black Seed, Little Muenster,

'N Slanke nuwe koshuis het in Long Island City oopgemaak

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  • Maak 'n nuwe oop kos saal tydens 'n pandemie lyk op sy minste die minste 'n verskriklike tydsberekening
  • Maar Jacx & ampCo, wat verlede Woensdag begin bedien het en spog met 'n uitstekende reeks kos

Fuku's Fried Chicken land 'n nuwe stalletjie in Hudson eet kos

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'N Opsomming van Commercial Observer onthul dat die handelsmerk 'n ooreenkoms van sewe jaar aangegaan het vir 'n oppervlakte van 672 vierkante meter voedselsaal Hudson Eats, 'n slanke kos hof wat in 2014 geopen is.

Hudson Eats, die All-Star Food Hall op Brookfield Place

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Hudson Eats, die langverwagte voedselhof met 'n paar topverkopers van NYC -kitskos, sal volgende Dinsdag, 3 Junie, oopmaak.

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  • Van Eataly tot Gotham West Market tot Hudson eet, die kos saal is nou die ding in NYC
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  • BCV en AvroKO werk saam aan die ontwerp van 'n moderne kos saal, wat die skeppings van 14 van die voorste in die stad bevat kos verskaffers
  • Hudson eet is 'n interpretasie van die klassieke New York Market Hall, insluitend die Washington Market, wat eens naby die terrein gestaan ​​het en laer Manhattan bedien het.

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  • Die fancy kos saal by 250 Vesey St.
  • Daar is slaapplek vir tot 600 en spog met 'n voëlvlug-uitsig oor die Hudson Rivier en seilbote wat vasgemeer is
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  • Hudson eet, die All-Star Food Hall by Brookfield Place Editor opmerking vir Hudson eet. Dit is slegs sigbaar in die verhaalredakteur
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  • Hudson eet is 'n interpretasie van die klassieke New York Market Hall, insluitend die Washington Market, wat eens naby die terrein gestaan ​​het en laer Manhattan bedien het
  • Die binnekant word gedefinieer deur handgemaakte teëlmure, staalportale, marmer- en houttafels, en pasgemaakte sitplekke en beligting, wat 'n elegante en funksionele eetatmosfeer skep.

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  • Die elegant opgeknapte kantoor- en kleinhandelkompleks Brookfield Place is die tuiste van Hudson eet, 'n blink, luukse mark kos saal
  • Versier met terrazzo-vloere, marmer-tafelblaaie en vensters van vloer tot plafon met 'n uitgestrekte uitsig oor Jersey City en die Hudson River, dit het 'n reeks gerespekteerde, sjefgedrewe eetplekke, waaronder Blue Ribbon Sushi, Fuku, Northern Tiger en Dos Toros Taqueria.

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  • Die geesteskind van die inheemse baken Marko Guzijan, die kos saal vier 'n verskeidenheid kombuise, sjefs, ambagsmanne en produkte uit die Hudson

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  • Dit is 'n voedselhal van 30.000 vierkante meter in die suidelike tussenverdieping van die Wintertuin, deel van Brookfield Place, die winkelsentrum wat tans 'n opknapping van $ 250 miljoen ondergaan.

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  • Die eetarea by Hudson eet bied 'n uitsig oor die Hudson Rivier en verder
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  • Dit is 'n oppervlakte van 30 000 vierkante meter kos saal geleë in die suidelike mezzanine van die Winter Garden, deel van Brookfield Place, die winkelsentrum wat tans 'n opknapping van $ 250 miljoen ondergaan.

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Eet in die middestad

In afwagting van die lente -opening van One World Observatory, die aantrekkingskragdek -aantrekkingskrag by One World Trade Center, kyk ons ​​hier na koskies in die omgewing. Media titan Cond & eacute Nast, wie se titels die Inwoner van New York en Vogue, het die wolkekrabber ingetrek en 'n bietjie flair bygevoeg tot hierdie Brooks Brothers -enklave. Wall Streeters hou van jare lange eetplekke soos Delmonico's, Cipriani Wall Street, Morton's The Steakhouse, Bobby Van's Steakhouse & amp Grill en die Capital Grille. Voedselvragmotors bedien haastig kantoorwerkers. Vir diegene wat iets tussenin soek, miskien na 'n besoek aan die ontroerende 9/11 Memorial & amp Museum, kyk na ons skyfievertoning.

Foto: Melissa Hom

Blou rook
255 Vesey St., 212-899-2005, Battery Park City, Manhattan
Die Battery Park City-uitloper van die Danny Meyer-braai-treffer in Flatiron-distrik is 'n slim en lewendige toevoeging tot hierdie toegewyde woonbuurt. 'N Skare na die werk pak die kroeg in terwyl gesinne in rooi hutte saamtrek. Beide kampe meng harmonieus. Die kroegskare delf in hamburgers met tuisgerookte spek (nie op die amptelike spyskaart nie, maar jy kan dit ook vra) en chipotle-hoendervlerkies met bloukaas-dip. Vegetariërs word versadig deur soutboontjies uit Noord -Carolina en boerenkoolslaai met soettepekanneute en ingelegde druiwe. Liefhebbers van braai sal sappige bors- en baba-ribbetjies vind, terwyl Cajun-aanhangers keer op keer terugkeer vir die sjef Jean-Paul Bourgeois van Louisiana wat die garnale kook.

Foto: Oleg March

El Vez
259 Vesey St., 212-233-2500, Battery Park City, Manhattan
Elvis Presley haal cowboy -voorkoms uit films soos Charro! en Vlamende ster word uitgestal in hierdie uitgestrekte, Mexikaans-Amerikaanse salon met tikkies van die Ou Weste. Mega-restaurateur Stephen Starr (Upland, Buddakan, Morimoto NY) het hierdie Battery Park City-lokaal verlede jaar geopen ná die jare lange sukses van sy vlagskip El Vez in Philadelphia. (El Vez, as u nie by hierdie dinge hou nie, is 'n Mexikaans-Amerikaanse Elvis-nabootser.) Gietyster kandelare, trosse chilipepers, skelette van die dag van die dood en tientalle bottels tequila en mezcal help om te vorder die konsep. Huitlacoche quesadillas met Chihuahua-kaas en 'n skeppie guacamole, hoender-enchiladas en hele vis in Baja-styl met ingelegde jalape en ntildeos kom in versadigende porsies. 'N Burrito-toonbank wat vinnig bedien word, sal binnekort oopmaak en is daarop gemik om Chipotle geld te probeer verdien.

Foto: Alexander Thompson

Kaffe 1668
275 Greenwich St., 212-693-3750, TriBeCa, Manhattan
Hardkoppige koffie-, tee- en koudgeperste sap drinkers: jy weet wie jy is. Die nie so maklik om te behaag nie, moet dadelik na hierdie ernstiggesinde kafee in TriBeCa, 'n paar blokke noord van One World Trade Center, gaan. Kaffe 1668 verwys nie na sy adres nie, maar eerder na die jaar waarin die Nederlandse stigters in New York na bewering koffie as ontbytdrank (bier vervang) voorgestel het. Bone met direkte oorsprong word vir elke espresso vars gemaal en bedien in mooi, porselein Iittala-koppies uit Finland (papierkoppies is beskikbaar vir diegene wat aan die gang is). Swaarhouttafels, gratis WiFi, betowerende speeldingskaap en ekstra sitplekke onder vir dinkskrums en afgesonderde leesvlugte maak die plek om allerhande redes aanloklik. Vars gebakte goed, soet en hartig, is beskikbaar om 'n hapje te geniet.

Foto: Mark Abramson

Hudson eet
Brookfield Place, 200 & ndash250 Vesey St., 2de verdieping, 212-417-7000, Battery Park City, Manhattan
'N Uitsig oor die Statue of Liberty, die glinsterende Hudsonrivier en seiljagte wat by die North Cove Marina vasgemeer is, laat die kos nog beter smaak by Hudson Eats, 'n buitengewone voedselhal wat verlede jaar geopen is. Om dit te vind, volg die bordjies in die massiewe kantoorkompleks of neem 'n roltrap vanaf die Wintertuin, 'n glasatrium met 'n bos palmbome en parkbanke. Die ruimte van 30 000 vierkante meter het 14 vinnig-toevallige konsepte en bied slaapplek vir 600 mense. Tydens die middagete word dit heeltemal vol, dus probeer om buite spitstye te gaan. Keuses wissel van Blue Ribbon Sushi en Black Seed Bagels tot Chopt Creative Salad Company en Umami Burger. Kortom, hier is iets vir almal in u partytjie. Hoë marmerbanke word voorsien vir 'n staan-en-eet-ervaring, maar probeer vir 'n meer ontspannende tafel 'n venster waar u kan sit en geniet van die uitsig.

Foto: Ken Goodman

North End Grill
104 North End Ave., 646-747-1600, Battery Park City, Manhattan
Terwyl Danny Meyer se Blue Smoke die Amerikaanse Suide vier, het die North End Grill van die restauranteerder 'n meer plaaslike, noordelike benadering. Sjef Eric Korsh, wat onlangs twee sterre in die New York Times, bied Wellfleet-oesters, tuisgemaakte vleisvleis, gegrilde mosselpizza met chili-vlokkies en 'n Berkshire tomahawk-varkvleis vir twee. Die luukse restaurant het wit tafeldoeke en 'n vaartbelynde, kontemporêre ontwerp. Relatief onontdekte wyne, die staat New York, gebraaide bier en gedistilleerde gedistilleerde drank en meer as 150 bottels Scotch, help om dit 'n eetplek te maak in plaas van net 'n buurtopsie.

Foto: Alexander Thompson

Ondergrondse pizza
3 Hanover Sq., 212-425-4442, Financial District, Manhattan
Underground Pizza is nie ondergronds nie, maar dit is op die laer vlak van plaaslike kantoorwerkers wat daarop staatmaak vir 'n goedkoop en vullende ontbyt of middagete. Om die draai van die elegante Delmonico's, hou hierdie snyverbinding sedert 1979 en lyk dit. Nie dat daar iets daarmee verkeerd is nie, veral omdat enige sny wat u kry, gewone kaas, vleisagtig of vegetariër is, so goed soos enige sny oral in die stad. Hele pasteie is ook beskikbaar. Benewens die tradisionele toppings, is kombinasies soos spek en jalape & ntildeo, wat 'n kultusaanhang het. So ook die ouma -pizza, vierkante in tamatiesous, drie kase en gebraaide knoffel. Die tweevlak, helder verligte plek het 'n plafon en mure versier met foto's van Yankees, kaarte van Sicilië en handreinigers. Vir gesinne met 'n beperkte begroting en groepe wat iets vinnig wil hê, moet u tou staan.


Eetbestemming: Downtown Spokane

In die middestad van Spokane is dit vir plaaslike eetgedeeltes geleë, en bied alles van luukse plekke (WILD SAGE, EUROPA, CLINKERDAGGER) na familie gunstelinge (DIE ELK, VERSALIA PIZZA, DIE WÊRELD) vir multietniese eet (UMI KOMBUIS, BORRACHO, BABA). U kan dae deurbring deur die kern van Spokane langs Riverfront Park te eet, en u sal nooit naby elke gunsteling of opwindende nuwe restaurant wees nie, wat 'n geleentheid soos The Great Dine Out nog meer pret maak en uitdagend. Gaan u na iets beproefs, of stel u smaakknoppies iets nuuts voor?

Hier is 'n paar opsies wat te goed lyk om te mis:

The Dine Out bied 'n goeie rede om iets nuuts te probeer - en selfs terwyl die pandemie woed, het nuwe restaurante oopgemaak. Gebruik dus die geleentheid om deur te loop HOUTSTAD en proe hul heeltemal unieke Hongaarse waspepers ($ 14), wat gevul is met soet wors, verouderde cheddar en grasuie -olie. MAGNOLIA AMERICAN BRASSERIE geopen in die nuwe Hotel Indigo en speel met alles, van Amerikaanse standaarde tot rustieke Franse kos. Hul hoenderpikant ($ 22) lewer gebraaide hoenders saam met aartappel Lyon en groenbone. By BARK, 'N RESCUE PUBU kan 'n klein leër voed met hul enchilada-skottel in gesinsstyl ($ 40).

Sommige van u gunsteling plekke is ook in die Dine Out -modus, en u kan nooit verkeerd gaan as u in 'n kreefrolletjie ($ 21) delf nie LOBSTER STAAT MET HOë GETYD in die Wondergebou. Dit is 'n heerlike dekadensie en elke sent werd. Dieselfde geld by COCHINITO TAQUERIA, waar hulle 'n familietaco-feesmaal bedien ($ 55) wat 'n dosyn van hul wêreldwye taco's insluit, asook vier groot rye rys en boontjies. Oor by NUDO RAMEN HUIS, die hartige beesvleis -ramen ($ 13) sal jou vinnig laat verstaan ​​hoe sommige mense elke dag ramen kan eet. En u kry nie meer 'klassieke Spokane' as die Davenport -hotel nie PALM HOFGRILLER binne bedien twee van die klassieke spyskaarte van die hotel: 'n uitstekende toebroodjie ($ 24) wat 'n "normale" Franse dip in die skande bring, en 'n krap -Louis -slaai ($ 27) wat 'n eeu gelede beroemd geraak het toe sjef Edward Mathieu 'n slag opgejaag het vir Louis Davenport.

As u van braai hou, is daar 'n paar opsies, en u hoef nie na 'n rookhuis in die stokke te dwaal nie. SARANAC PUBLIEKE HUIS Hy bedien sy gebakte varkvleis -mac en -kaas ($ 18) en kombineer twee gunsteling cue -geure in een hartige gereg. AUSTIN SE LEWENDE BRANDBRAAI maak ongelooflike kos, en om in 'n halfrek van hul appelhoutgerookte ribbetjies ($ 19) te gaan, sal servette beslis nodig wees, selfs as u 'n heerlike sous opdoen met die heuning-karringmelkbrood wat daarmee bedien word.

Soms is 'n voorgereg genoeg rede om 'n kol te slaan (nie dat u na 'n voorgereg wil ophou bestel nie). ITALIESE KOMBUIS het sy heeltemal begeerlike calamari ($ 14) op die spyskaart, terwyl WILEY'S DOWNTOWN BISTRO bied sy indrukwekkende ahi -toring ($ 18), 'n mengsel van vis, avokado, ingelegde rooi ui, tamatie en pittige souse wat twee maklik kan deel. AGTERHUIS OPENBARE HUIS is ook sterk in sy voorgereg, en jy kan een van sy moordende sagte hofgebak ($ ​​10,25) bedien met kaassous en biermosterd, die perfekte aanvulling op 'n balwedstryd. By ANTHONY IS OP SPOKANE VAL, 'n oester-op-die-half-dopmonster ($ 20) is 'n duidelike noordwestelike manier om 'n heerlike maaltyd te begin.


13 voedselsale wat bewys dat hierdie neiging nog nie dood is nie

Die voedselsaal -verskynsel het amptelik die trendigheid oortref. Hierdie uitgestrekte markte met 'n verskeidenheid mini-restaurante en kleinhandelaars onder een dak, het die afgelope jaar soos 'n veldbrand versprei, en verwag nie dat dit binnekort sal vertraag nie: die aantal koshuise in die VSA het met 37 persent gegroei in 2016 - daar is nou meer as 100 van hulle oor die hele land versprei - en dit is die syfer na verwagting teen 2019 verdubbel, volgens data van die kommersiële eiendomsfirma Cushman & amp; Wakefield, soos aangehaal deur die Wall Street Journal.

Reeds nadat hulle stede verower het, waaronder New York, LA, Portland, Atlanta en Denver, versprei koshuise al hoe verder om in markte soos San Antonio en Lexington, Kentucky op te daag. Hulle is op die regte pad om die suide in 2017 te verower, met ten minste nege ontwikkelings wat vanjaar in die streek sal begin, van Birmingham tot Raleigh tot Alpharetta, Georgia.

Daar kan nie ontken word dat voedselsale die manier waarop baie Amerikaners uiteet, verander nie: restaurante in die middel van 'n moeilike prys gaan moeilik namate huurgeld en lone styg, en baie Amerikaners wend hulle tot vinnige kettings of maaltye, waarvan sjef David Chang onlangs gelei het waarsku teen 'n naderende bekostigbare restaurant -apokalips. Die mark is besig om te verskuif om koshuise te akkommodeer. Diners waardeer hulle vir hul magdom (en gewoonlik bekostigbare) opsies, en eiendomsontwikkelaars beskou hulle as 'n aantreklike opsie om die grondvloer van hul geboue te veranker.

Natuurlik is nie almal 'n gelowige as dit by koshuise kom nie: vir mense op markte wat reeds versadig is (lees: New Yorkers), kan koshuise reeds lyk. New York Post voedselkritikus Steve Cuozzo het onlangs geskryf dat "om te veel van hulle te hê, om te veel van dieselfde dinge te bedien, hulle eenmalige spesiaalheid verwater." En hoewel baie voedselsaalprojekte 'n hupstoot kry van satellietplekke van beroemde verskaffers - dink aan die beroemde pizzeria DiFara van Brooklyn, of die legendariese Katz's Delicatessen - sommige kritici meen dat hierdie uitlate in kwaliteit kan ontbreek in vergelyking met die oorspronklike.

Ander klagtes sluit in oorvol ruimtes, lang rye, 'n gebrek aan atmosfeer en algemene sensoriese oorlading met eetplekke wat met te veel verskillende opsies gebombardeer word. Maar ontwikkelaars leer al hoe verder: Brooklyn se nuwe DeKalb-mark het 'n kaalbottel-ontwerp waarmee hulle maklik onderpresterende verkopers kan uitdraai, en ander ontwikkelaars neem stappe om geraas te verminder of werk saam met verkopers om spyskaarte te vereenvoudig om moegheid by die besluit te vermy .

Maar vir die grootste deel van die land is voedselsale steeds 'n nuwe en opwindende konsep. In die voetspore van Eataly maak sommige hulle selfs gereed om te vermeerder: St. Roch Market, wat New Orleans in 2015 getref het, het sy visier op uitbreiding ingestel, met ekstra plekke beplan vir Nashville en Miami.

Bekende sjefs neem ook toe: Benewens die langverwagte Bourdain-mark in NYC, wat 'n keur aan straatkosverkopers van regoor die wêreld wat deur Anthony Bourdain aangebied word, sal vertoon, werk die superkok José Andrés saam met die Adrià broers vir 'n voedselsaal in Hudson Yards in Manhattan, en die voormalige ysterkok Jose Garces het verlede jaar 'n Latyns-sentriese voedselsaal in Chicago gebreek.

Kyk nou na die interessantste nuwe koshuise regoor die land wat die afgelope ses maande oopgemaak het of nog moet kom:

NEW YORK STAD

Hudson Yards Food Hall
Plek: West Side, Manhattan
Geprojekteerde opening: herfs 2018

Superchef José Andrés werk saam met die modernistiese kookmeesters Ferran en Albert Adrià vir 'n massiewe voedselsaal van 35.000 vierkante meter by die opkomende Hudson Yards-ontwikkeling aan die westekant van Manhattan. Dit klink soos 'n Spaanse weergawe van Eataly: Die ambisieuse konsep (wat die eerste projek van die Adriàs op Amerikaanse bodem sal wees) sal 'n markgebied insluit met verskillende verskaffers om op te eet-"soos San Miguel Market in Madrid," Albert onlangs vertel Eater - sowel as verskeie restaurante, waaronder 'n tapasbar, en baie winkels waar besoekers ingevoerde goedere soos jamón en olyfolie kan afhaal. (Hudson Yards word aangewys as die grootste private eiendomsontwikkeling in die geskiedenis van die VSA en sal ook die tuiste wees van nuwe restaurantkonsepte van onder meer Thomas Keller en David Chang.)

DeKalb Market Hall
Plek: Brooklyn sentrum
Junie 2017 oopgemaak

Koshuise is deesdae 'n dosyn in NYC, maar die helderste nuwe deelnemer in die veld is die uitgestrekte DeKalb -markhal. Volgens kritikus Eater NY, Robert Sietsema, "het die aanbod 'n hoër vlak van heerlikheid as by die meeste ander voedselhowe in die stad," met 'n mengsel van nuwe ondernemings saam met uitlopers van gevestigde konsepte van mortel en mortel, wat tot 40 verkopers bydra. Die legendariese pastrami-toebroodjiebestemming Katz's Delicatessen het hier 'n tak, net soos die beroemde Arepa Lady van Queens, die Gowanus-braaiplek Fletcher's, roomysverskaffer Ample Hills Creamery en Steve's Authentic Key Lime Pies in Brooklyn. Daar is ook sushi, pierogies, handgemaakte Chinese noedels, churros, tacos, pannekoeke, doner kebab, paella, 'n seekosmark en 'n skemerkelkie.

DC -GEBIED

Isabella Eetkamer
Plek: Tysons Corner, Virginia
Geprojekteerde opening: herfs 2017

D.C. ryk bouer en Top sjef aluin Mike Isabella omskep die hele hoofverhaal van die massiewe Tysons Corner -winkelsentrum in 'n voedselhuis met 'n verskeidenheid van sy eie konsepte. Onder die agt eetgeleenthede vir winkelsentrums sal verskeie afsetpunte van bestaande Isabella-restaurante wees, waaronder sy Italiaanse vlagskiprestaurant, die Graffiato-Spaanse restaurant Arroz sushi-bar Yona en die Mexikaanse restaurant Pepita, plus Kapnos Marketa, met Griekse eetgoed, soos ook 'n koffiewinkel, roomys en skemerkelkie. Fase een van die voedselsaal sal in die herfs oopmaak, en die hele shebang sal teen Thanksgiving aan die gang wees.

TEXAS

Legacy Food Hall
Plek: Plano
Geprojekteerde opening: Oktober 2017

Die ritzy Dallas -voorstad Plano kry hierdie herfs sy eerste voedselsaal tydens die nuwe Legacy West -ontwikkeling. Die uitgestrekte projek van 55 000 vierkante voet sal 20 stalletjies en sewe kroeë insluit wat oor drie verdiepings strek. Bekende huurders sluit in Knife Burger, 'n hoë-burger-onderneming van sjef John Tesar, 'n gebakte hoenderhok van Top sjef aluin Tiffany Derry, en 'n braaiplek van die stigter van Chili, Larry Lavine, sal ook poke, 'n wynbar, 'n taqueria, popsicles, fancy donuts, bao, 'n bakkery, 'n koffiewinkel, Napolitaanse pizza, shawarma, kreefbroodjies, wafels, en 'n tiki-balk, met een opspringstalletjie wat gereeld nuwe verkopers sal draai. 'N Biertuin, 'n verhoog vir lewendige musiek en 'n handwerkbrouery en taproom.

Fareground
Plek: Austin sentrum
Geprojekteerde opening: November 2017

Austin het groot hoeveelhede koswa-parke, maar sy eerste voedselsaal kom eers in die herfs en neem die voorportaal van die One Congress Plaza-hoë kantoortoring in die middestad oor. Die verskaffersreeks lees soos 'n wie-van-die plaaslike gunstelinge, insluitend biertuin/bakkery Easy Tiger, 'n taqueria van die Dai Due-span, Antonelli's Cheese Shop, 'ranch-to-table' gunsteling Contigo, sushi van die mense agter Kome, en 'n uitvloeisel van die graanbehepte restaurant Emmer & Rye. Die ruimte sal ook vergader- en werkplekke insluit en sitplek binne/buite.

Die bottelafdeling
Plek: Pearl District, San Antonio
Oopgemaak: Julie 2017

Die nuutste voedselsaal wat Texas bereik het, het hierdie somer by die Pearl in San Antonio geland, dieselfde kompleks waar die bekroonde braaiplek die Granary, sjef Steve McHugh se restaurant met 'n vleisgereg, Cured en 'n kampus van die Culinary Institute of America geleë is. The tenants are all homegrown, with a lineup comprised of noodle shop Tenko Ramen Maybelle’s, an offshoot of local favorite Bakery Lorraine serving doughnuts, soft-serve, and fried pies healthy cafe the Good Kind Bud’s Southern Rotisserie, featuring rotisserie chicken and Louisiana-style comfort food and Fletcher’s Hamburgers, where burgers are made from a blend of short rib, chuck, and brisket and served on brioche buns. A bar features a beer and wine selection selected by local sommelier Scott Ota.

Also on the way for Texas: St. Elmo Public Market (Austin, 2018), Finn Hall (Houston, 2018)

FLORIDA

La Centrale
Location: Brickell, Miami
Projected opening: December 2017

Miami’s first food hall hits the Brickell City Centre development this winter, just south of downtown in the booming Brickell neighborhood that’s become the city’s financial center. The Italian food hall concept, spearheaded by NYC restaurateur Jacopo Giustiniani and restaurant management veteran Matthias Kiehm, will span 40,000 square feet over three stories. The first floor will be home to a market selling produce, imported meats, and cheeses, and gifts, while the second story will sport multiple restaurants and bars inspired by the various regions of Italy the third floor will be devoted to wine and a cooking school.

Also on the way for Miami: St. Roch Market (2018)

KENTUCKY

The Barn
Location: Lexington
Projected opening: September 2017

Food halls continue to sweep the South with the impending debut of the Barn at Lexington’s high-end the Summit at Fritz Farm mixed-use development. The Barn will feature an all-local all-independent culinary lineup. Tenants include a superhero-themed ramen shop by former Meestersjef competitor Dan Wu called Atomic Ramen Greek street food from Athenian Grill, “craft” ice cream by Crank & Boom Smithtown Seafood local fried chicken and grass-fed burgers at Pasture by Marksbury Farms and a cocktail bar called Whiskey Bear. (The lineup was curated with the assistance of Dallas-based restaurant group Rebees — aka the new employer of former Dallas Morning News restaurant critic Leslie Brenner.) Design will pay tribute to the property’s former tobacco barns with “farm-chic” art and reclaimed wood.

NORTH CAROLINA

Morgan Street Food Hall & Market
Location: Warehouse District, Raleigh
Projected opening: Fall 2017

One of at least four food hall concepts slated to hit the Research Triangle this year, the 22,000-square-foot Morgan Street Food Hall will be home to more than a dozen dining options. Many, such as Makus Empanadas, Wicked Taco, Oak City Fish & Chips, and Carroll’s Kitchen (a nonprofit with the aim of ending homelessness for women) are expansions of existing local restaurants. Die Shark Tank-famous food truck Cousins Maine Lobster is opening its first N.C. storefront at Morgan Street, and it will also be home to other new concepts serving oh-so-trendy rolled ice cream, wood-fired pizza, sushi, boba tea, crepes, and more.

GEORGIA

The Daily
Location: Alpharetta
Projected opening: Spring 2018

The developer — previously on the team behind Atlanta's hit Krog Street Market — hopes to replicate that success with a smaller food hall in the suburb of Alpharetta. Set to include five dining options, confirmed tenants so far include local popsicle purveyor King of Pops (which also has a location at Ponce City Market) and Nashville-based breakfast spot Biscuit Love. In addition to 14,000 square feet of dining space, The Daily will also be home to a large courtyard featuring live music, games, and other entertainment.

OREGON

Portland Food Hall
Location: Downtown Portland
Opened April 2017

Portland got its first food hall last fall with the opening of the long-awaited Pine Street Market and was quickly followed by Cart Lab (which just announced its closure after a short, 10-month lifespan). Portland Food Hall arrived the following spring, bringing seven micro-restaurants, a cocktail bar, and communal dining space. Tenants include a coffee shop, Cosa juice bar Moberi healthy bowl purveyor the Whole Bowl chicken sandwich spot Boke Dokie (which began its life as a food cart) Aiko Ramen and the aforementioned Minibar.

SOUTH CAROLINA

Workshop
Location: Charleston
Opened April 2017

Charleston’s first food hall bills itself as an “exploratory food court.” Workshop has just one permanent tenant, a coffee shop called Bad Wolf the other five stalls rotate concepts on a staggered schedule, giving patrons a compelling reason to keep coming back. The current lineup includes New York-style pizzeria Slice Co. Vietnamese food by Pink Bellies, a popular local food truck Slider Gold, serving Japanese-inspired sliders and snacks healthy bowls from Beech Test Kitchen and a Tex-Mex offshoot of acclaimed Lewis Barbecue called Juan Luis. Visitors can dine indoors or outdoors at communal tables.


Eataly-Style Food Halls Are Taking Over America

Ever since Todd English opened his upscale food court and market at the Plaza Hotel in the summer of 2010, the notion of combining communal dining space and artisan grocery shopping has caught fire in New York. English’s endeavor was soon followed by Mario Batali’s Italian food emporium Eataly, where patrons can snack on charcuterie, drink wine and purchase artisanal produce. At the end of 2013 Gotham West Market opened in Hell’s Kitchen with stalls serving ramen, tapas and microbrews, in addition to gourmet foodstuffs and sundries. Downtown, Battery Park residents can now patronize Hudson Eats, yet another swanky, upscale food court. And now, other cities around the country are getting in the game. Here are five new (or upgraded) food halls in Denver, Seattle, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Atlanta.

Beeld

The Best Restaurants in Nashville

Nashville is a culinary treasure, known for meat-and-three diners, fiery fried chicken and fluffy biscuits as well as a strong farm-to-table community. Eat like a local with this guide to some of the best places to eat and drink in Music City.

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Hattie B’s Hot Chicken

If you&rsquore coming to Nashville to eat, put hot chicken at the top of your list. Made legendary by Prince&rsquos Hot Chicken Shack in North Nashville, the fiery fowl is fried, then basted in a nostril-burning spice mix. Hattie B&rsquos brings the local dish to several neighborhoods in Nashville and beyond in a fast-casual setting where you can order your bird in five different heat levels, from Southern (no spice) to Shut the Cluck Up (not for the faint of heart). They also offer comforting Southern sides, like black-eyed pea salad and pimento mac and cheese, plus a small selection of beers on draft or in the can, which you can enjoy on the spacious, year-round patios at their Midtown, Charlotte Avenue, and 8th Avenue locations.

Biscuit Love

Born of a beloved local food-truck concept, Biscuit Love is the brick-and-mortar extension of chef-owners Karl and Sarah Worley&rsquos passion for biscuit-focused Southern fare. At any of the three locations (the Gulch, Hillsboro Village, or downtown Franklin), order at the counter, choosing from a selection of breakfast and lunch items, like the Lily, which is a biscuit-fied version of French toast, or a Wash Park, a burger between biscuits. John&rsquos Ham Bar offers a selection of regional cured hams served with cracker-like beaten biscuits. Waits can get heavy on the weekends at all of the locations, but there&rsquos a selection of curated local merchandise to browse while you wait.

You can find quality artisanal pizza inside a good number of Nashville&rsquos dining rooms. But for a quick, casual stop, find your way to 'za in Hillsboro Village, where long communal tables and a wood-fired oven await. Made with a long-fermented dough, the pizzas here feature a light, airy crust that&rsquos also sturdy enough to hold the smart selection of toppings. Pies like the Margherita and Pepp in my Step are classics (the 'roni cups are addictive) but they&rsquove also got white pies like the Shroom Pizza, and a caramelized-onion option called the Yell Talker. Round out the meal with an orb of wood-fired pizza dough served with a ricotta-honey dip, a spicy kale Caesar, and a selection of wines, local beers and sodas. Their patio, framed by a mural of Bill Murray, is just the spot for a casual warm-weather hang.

Pinewood Social

Nowhere else in Nashville (or most places, really) can you find a bowling alley, two outdoor pools, a bocce court, roomy booths and a dedicated Airstream trailer bar, not to mention excellent food and a full coffee shop. Pinewood Social is a cool, laid-back all-day-playhouse adults. The space serves New American fare at breakfast, lunch and dinner, with snacks available anytime, and pool-bar options like an excellent lobster roll. The cocktail program is also top-notch: Go for the To Infinity and Beyond, an exotic, tequila-based concoction that&rsquos loaded with fruit juices like lime, grapefruit and guava.

Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint

Few pitmasters carry the torch for whole-hog barbecue. But it&rsquos a dying art that Pat Martin aims to uphold through his barbecue restaurants in Nashville and beyond. With customized pits in each of his joints, Martin smokes whole hogs every day, serving up tangles of the sweet, smoky meat and charred bits by the platter. The selection goes wider with wet and dry ribs, an addictively fatty brisket, spicy sausage and smoked turkey, plus an array of the pitmaster&rsquos homemade sides, like broccoli salad and baked beans. At the Downtown location, you&rsquoll also find a sprawling, landscaped beer garden.

Ellington’s

Set on the fourth floor of the Fairlane Hotel, Ellington&rsquos throws it back to an old-school era of dining. The room is set with mid-century-modern chairs and tables, brass details and tall, upright greenery, while a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows shows off views of downtown&rsquos cityscape. The menu matches the mood with classics like oysters Rockefeller, topped with pink peppercorn butter, a modern riff on a Waldorf salad, and showstoppers like the lobster Thermidor and crispy cornish game hen. Go for happy hour to find $5 plates of truffled fingerling frites and half-priced cocktails, like the French 95 made with Belle Meade bourbon, citrus juices and a splash of prosecco.

Hathorne

There&rsquos a sense of community woven into the fabric of Hathorne, a casually upscale spot on Nashville&rsquos West Side. It occupies a former church fellowship hall, where potlucks and gatherings from the past have inspired owner John Stephenson to create a community-minded restaurant for right now. The menu is vegetable-forward, with dishes like heirloom carrots with sorghum popcorn and crispy redfish on a pile of mustard greens, served family-style. During their Joyful Hour, weekdays from 5 to 7 p.m., you&rsquoll find deals, like $10 off bottles of wine and $5 small plates, including fried vegetables with aioli, pork cracklins with mole, and house pickles. Even their signature house burger, served with frites or a green salad, is a filling nosh at only $10.

Liberty Common

A few blocks off Broadway, Liberty Common is a light and airy Parisian-inspired bistro that feels miles away from the honky-tonks. The modern, mural-filled space is full of Instagrammable corners, as well as large tables for big groups to share. Reserve a spot during jazz brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 3 .m. for live music and heaping plates of chicken and Belgian waffles, croque madames, buttermilk pancakes and big, fluffy biscuits. Or, head over for a more sophisticated night of dinner and drinks: Start with French onion soup and a plate of fromage followed by the solid rendition of steak frites.

Husk Nashville

Building on the tremendous success the restaurant had seen in Charleston, Neighborhood Dining Group opened Husk Nashville with then-chef Sean Brock in 2013, bringing the strictly Southern, contemporary concept to Music City. Now under the eye of executive chef Katie Coss, the menu hasn&rsquot veered much. Ingredients still come from around the region, as well as the on-site garden of the restaurant, housed in a historic 1880s-era mansion. Coss&rsquo team changes the menu constantly, but mainstays, like the lunchtime fried chicken, and Southern Plate of Vegetables, can usually be found, along with an extensive selection of bourbons and whiskeys.

Arnold’s Country Kitchen

The truest taste of Nashville can be found on a red tray at Arnold&rsquos Country Kitchen. Since 1982, it&rsquos stood as one of city&rsquos most beloved meat and threes &mdash a place where you can get an affordable, filling, Southern midday meal of a protein and three side dishes, plus a drink and dessert, served cafeteria-style. It&rsquos still run by the Arnold family, including mom Rose and son Kahlil, who offer up some of the city&rsquos warmest hospitality. As you walk down the serving line, you&rsquoll choose from-scratch staples like roast beef, meatloaf and fried catfish, to go along with sides like long-cooked turnip greens, fried apples and mac and cheese.

Butchertown Hall

With its modern, minimalist aesthetic and deliciously smoky aroma, Butchertown Hall was met with rave reviews when it opened in Germantown in February 2015. Combining the "Texo-German" mash-up cuisine found in Texas Hill Country (which also includes Mexican and barbecue influences) and a solid, European-heavy beer list, Butchertown is the ideal casual place to gather with friends. Menu stars include the beef brisket plate, served with pickles, onions and Texas toast or tortillas, as well as any of the housemade sausages, in German, Czech and Mexican styles. Beer curator Dan King collaborates closely local importers to put a steady rotation of limited release brews at the top of his draft list, too.

Five years after opening the acclaimed pasta-centric Rolf and Daughters, chef Philip Krajeck took a pivot, opening the pizza-focused neighborhood spot Folk in East Nashville. Once an elevator manufactory, the space&rsquos exposed brick walls and high ceilings are now dressed with paper lantern globes, potted greens and succulents. A wood-fired oven blisters the airy, flavorful crusts of Krajeck&rsquos inventive pizzas &mdash the clam, laced with bonito, chiles and hints of lemon, is a must. For the full experience, don&rsquot skip the seafood, like royal red fish with old bay, or the mussel toast, along with an expertly mixed cocktail.

Rolf & Daughters

From the industrial-chic décor to the casually hip staff, Rolf & Daughters has set the tone for the "new Nashville" dining scene since opening in 2012. The food, crafted with old-world techniques by Chef Philip Krajeck, steps things up, starting with the inventive pastas, all made in-house. There might be a squid-ink paccheri laced with nuggets of octopus and breadcrumbs, or sweet corn agnolotti tinged with jalapeno. Larger plates might put together lamb sausage with eggplant, or chicken liver on toast. The cocktails don&rsquot take themselves too seriously, but the wine list offers a tightly edited selection of small producers and unique varietals.

Butcher & Bee

Opened in late 2015, the Nashville offshoot of Charleston restaurant Butcher & Bee puts a Southern spin on Middle Eastern cuisine. With exposed beams and decorative tiling, it&rsquos a vibrant, airy room, but can feel intimate at the cozy bar or inside the spacious booths. At the helm, Chef Bryan Lee Weaver crafts a menu of small and shareable plates, many of which tie together many regional cuisines. Carolina Gold crispy rice becomes the base for collard greens, avocado, peanuts, and chiles local Bear Creek beef meatballs are set over a tomato and eggplant sugo. The whipped feta with fermented honey is a crowd pleaser, as are the mezze-sized bacon-wrapped dates.

City House

Tandy Wilson&rsquos passion for cooking very good food in all the right ways makes him one of the most-likable, city-supporting chefs in town. Wilson helped put Nashville on the map when he opened his Italian-by-way-of-Tennessee restaurant in Germantown years before it became the hot-spot neighborhood it is today. From an open kitchen accented with pig paraphernalia, Wilson and his trucker-hat-sporting crew plate up a form of homey Italian nonna cooking, with dishes like yellow corn grits with clams and smoked sausage, and half of a chicken crusted with a red-onion Jezebel sauce. There are tender, puffy-crusted pizzas from a brick oven, a well-edited wine list and fresh-baked cookies for dessert.

Killebrew

The Thompson Hotel gets big use out of the small coffee shop space set at the base of their Gulch location. Killebrew has a neighborhood vibe, despite being set in the bustling center of town. Grab a spot at one of the handful of tables and head to the counter where pastry chef Lisa Marie White&rsquos daily offerings might range from fat and buttery biscuit sandwiches to muffins, biscotti and inventive daily quiches. Hit them on a Monday for the irresistible glazed doughnuts. House drips and espresso drinks are fuel for the day, while a turmeric chai latte alongside a savory hand tart will power you through an afternoon.

Peg Leg Porker

Pitmaster Carey Bringle (aka the Peg Leg Porker) knows good barbecue. After decades racking up awards and accolades on the competition circuit, the experienced pitmaster, who has deep roots in Tennessee barbecue, decided to open his own joint in the heart of Nashville&rsquos Gulch neighborhood. After a recent update, the space is now sprawling, with a second-story patio and two full bars. Bringle&rsquos dry ribs are some of the best in town, heavy on the seasoning and smoke. But don&rsquot skip over the BBQ nachos, loaded with pulled pork, cheese sauce, and jalapenos, or the frozen drinks, some made with the pitmaster&rsquos award-winning Peg Leg Porker Tennessee Straight Bourbon Whiskey.

Hunters Station

Nashville&rsquos first food hall, Hunters Station is set in a former auto body shop in East Nashville and it&rsquos jam-packed with a broad mix of locally owned fast-casual restaurant options. Whether you&rsquore craving a Mission burrito, a bowl of steaming pho or a customized grilled cheese, Hunters delivers. There&rsquos Hugh-Baby&rsquos, a casual throw-back burger joint dishing up griddled patties and milkshakes, and Tacos Aurora, a family- and veteran-owned spot plating up quality street food. At Citizen Kitchen, which also runs an incubator community cooking space in the basement, you&rsquoll find grab-and-go meals, salads and freshly baked pastries and breads. The Grilled Cheeserie, a melty, gooey, crowd-pleaser anchors one end of the space and sits across from the Picnic Tap, which pours locally produced beers that you can carry and drink throughout the space, including the spacious, dog-friendly patio.

Lockeland Table Community Kitchen and Bar

The vibe inside East Nashville&rsquos Lockeland Table Community Kitchen and Bar is always neighborly. But that&rsquos especially true during Community Hour, weeknights from 4 to 6 p.m., when a selection of small plates, like chicken wings and deviled eggs with chow chow, are just $6 and kids are welcome. Co-owners Cara Graham and Chef Hal Holden-Bache have worked hard to create a welcoming space inside their brick storefront restaurant. A portion of Community Hour proceeds is donated to local school PTOs, and a beer brewed in collaboration with a local brewery is on tap. At all times, the wood-fired pizzas and Holden-Bache&rsquos locally minded menu keep locals and visitors coming back time and again.

Walden

It was fortuitous that the owners of Walden, Katie MacLachlan and Robyn Donnelly, found a space that had once been a beer bar. Instead of ripping out the wall of taps for their neighborhood cocktail-bar concept, they adapted, and dedicated the menu to draft cocktails. The 36 taps now pour batched drinks, like the Pink Pepper G&T, based on Old Dominick American dry gin, or a smooth and sippable margarita. There&rsquos also wine, beer and cider, as well as a tight menu of bar snacks. Your visit should start with a seat on the patio for a gin-based Eastside Sunset paired with a fig-and-brie grilled cheese.

Catbird Seat

Nashville&rsquos first tasting-menu-only restaurant, the Catbird Seat is a jewel box of a dining room with bar seating around an open kitchen, and chefs serving diners directly. Since its 2011 start, the chefs have changed (chefs Will Aghajanian and Liz Johnson are now in charge) but the succession of dishes is better than ever. With an artistic flare that takes into account all of the senses, the experience is clever and outside of the norm. There might be marlin belly that&rsquos been aged in a ham barn sliced and served, to be eaten with your hands, or an orb filled with the unlikely combo of sea urchin, banana and black truffle. (Trust us, it works.) Along the way, you start to see that the dishes, utensils, music, and minimalist design are all meant to enhance the exceptional food.

Black Rabbit

The historic setting &mdash a 120-year-old building near Nashville&rsquos Printer&rsquos Alley &mdash adds intrigue to Black Rabbit, a sophisticated yet comfortable speakeasy-style cocktail bar. Nestle in to one of the leather seats or the velvet sofa by the fireplace and take in a three-piece jazz band while you sip on something from the shrub-heavy drinks list, like the Josephine, made with a strawberry shrub, vodka and dry cider. A robust list of small plates makes this an ideal stop before or after dinner, but you could also make a meal of rabbit rolls, charred peppers with six-month-old-ham, and a plate of carnitas.

Bourbon Steak

Soaring 34 stories above Nashville at the top of the JW Marriott, Bourbon Steak is a destination for the views and the food. Opened by chef Michael Mina, the high-end steakhouse brings a new level of service to Nashville&rsquos fine-dining scene. Start with cocktails from either the traditional or "rebellious" list, like the French 75 made one way with Castle & Key gin or the other with Yellow Chartreuse and Cognac. For dinner, go big with an ice-cold shellfish tower, then foie gras doughnuts to start. The prime angus or wagyu cuts (hailing from Japan, the U.S., and Australia) are standouts, of course, but signatures like the lobster pot pie and Joyce Farms brick chicken with agnolotti show off the kitchen&rsquos finesse. Don&rsquot miss the indulgent banana tarte tatin to finish.

Bar Otaku

Inspired by an izakaya, or Japanese pub, Bar Otaku brings good food, great drinks, and a lively atmosphere to the Gulch. The space is lit with paper lanterns, and walls are lined with anime-inspired art, commissioned from local graffiti artists, making it feel both cozy and casual, whether you&rsquore sitting at the broad bar up front, or intimate, screen-separated tables in the back. To drink, there are sakes, Japanese beers and a selection of refreshing highballs and whiskey-based cocktails. On the menu, dishes are meant to be shared. Tuck into the sturdy pork dumplings, a crispy, umami-driven okonomiyaki or a selection of yakimono skewers &mdash all good for snacking with a group while toasting the end of the work day.

Chef Hrant Arakelian has built his career cooking all types of cuisines across a range of Nashville restaurants. When it was time to open his own, the Lebanese-born chef returned to his roots, and then updated them. At Lyra, he puts a modern interpretation on Middle Eastern cuisine, meaning a kibbe dish is made not from raw meat but carrots, and the puffy, steam-filled pita breads might arrive with a lamb merguez-dotted hummus. Go for the reinterpreted classic dishes, like the lamb kefta or an outstanding, whole roasted baba ghanoush, which is satisfyingly familiar and full of rich and earthy spices.

The 404 Kitchen

At the 404 Kitchen , Chef Matt Bolus has curated one of the city&rsquos largest and most-comprehensive whiskey lists, with more than 600 different labels, including 30 private barrel selections. Suffice to say: This an official hangout for aficionados. Their Whiskey Society gives members access to a liquor locker on site, along with first dibs on whiskey tastings and dinners. Bolus&rsquo New American menu matches the theme, with dishes like Hudson Valley duck leg nestled beside brown butter cauliflower lamb sugo over housemade pasta and scallop toast with avocado as slid complements to the bourbon-centric list.

Café Roze

Behind the Depression-era facade of a shotgun storefront, life unfolds in a cool, casual way at Café Roze. The East Nashville all-day hang, opened by Employees Only executive chef Julia Jaksic, gets busy first thing, so find a seat at the narrow tables for egg bowls laced with cucumber and feta bulgur and lemon yogurt, or the café&rsquos delightful golden turmeric steamer. At lunch, load up on grass-fed burgers or the flavor-packed Hard-Boiled B.L.T. As night slides in, the food is heartier &mdash pork schnitzel, steak frites &mdash and the bar sets up a solid selection of craft cocktails, beer and wine. Cozy and healthfully minded, it&rsquos a space that&rsquos made to last.

Henrietta Red

Against a backdrop of white-tiled floors, blonde wood and navy banquettes, Henrietta Red serves a menu of seafood- and vegetable-heavy shareable small plates, as well as a robust raw bar selection. The menu stands out both for its simplicity and its clever take on classics. A bar room up front is lively and communal, while the dining room is a space designed for lingering and looking into the open kitchen with its wood-burning oven. Seats at the oyster bar offer a show as shuckers open the 15 or more varieties on hand every night. Chef Julia Sullivan manages to coax big flavors out of dishes like roasted cauliflower, chicken liver pate and smoked mussel toast.

Robert’s Western World

Up and down Music City&rsquos main thoroughfare, you&rsquoll find live music, cold beers and maybe a good snack. But it&rsquos inside Robert&rsquos Western World where you&rsquoll actually find locals, too. This long-standing Broadway bar, run by proprietor and performer JesseLee Jones of the band Brazilbilly, is known for keeping things real by bringing in well-respected musicians, some of whom built their careers touring with big guns like Loretta Lynn or Vince Gill, to play traditional country and western and classic honky tunes. Find a spot near the dance floor and order up the famous recession special: a fried bologna sandwich, chips and a PBR for $6. And don&rsquot forget to tip your musicians.

Capitol Grille

Tucked into the lower level of the elegant and historical Hermitage Hotel, the Capitol Grille and its adjoining Oak Bar recall the gilded age of Southern dining. Under an arched ceiling and surrounded by images of other Nashville monuments, diners are treated to outstanding service, one of the region&rsquos best whiskey lists and a refined play on Southern classics. The main theme here is upscale Southern, with a dinnertime emphasis on steaks. They&rsquore simply prepared and served with locally sourced sides like fried okra with creole aioli. The kitchen also leans heavily on local farmers &mdash as well as the produce raised at Glen Leven Farm, which is part of The Land Trust for Tennessee &mdash to produce beautiful dishes like a roasted lamb chop served with lamb sausage and a navy bean puree or the restaurant&rsquos famed sweet onion bisque.

Nicky's Coal Fired

At the heart of Nicky&rsquos Coal Fired, an upscale pizza joint in The Nations, sits a blistering-hot oven, lovingly named Enrico. The glowing-red inferno perfectly sears artisanal pizzas, and also cooks up a collection of small plates and pastas, which round out the menu, including chicken thighs and brussels sprouts. Chef Tony Galzin, a Chicago native, brings his Italian heritage to the forefront, making his pastas and charcuterie in-house. The pizzas, arguably the stars of the menu, are based on either red or white sauce and might be topped with anchovies and capers or potatoes, cured egg yolk, and mozzarella. A selection of vermouths, wines on tap, and a strong cocktail list add to the fun.

Chauhan Ale & Masala House

Blending traditional Indian cuisine with Southern touches, Chauhan Ale & Masala House embraces its Nashville roots. Chef Maneet Chauhan, a judge on Chopped, seamlessly marries her two cultures in dishes like a black-eyed pea tikki burger and an Indian "meat and three," which puts a meat dish alongside three vegetable sides. Chauhan has its own signature beers &mdashincluding a fragrant Saffron IPA &mdash thanks to its own brewery, Mantra Artisan Ales the cocktails also incorporate Indian spices and herbs. The brick-walled space is romantic, too, with low lighting and colorful lanterns hanging throughout the space.

The Patterson House

One of Nashville&rsquos first serious cocktail bars, the Patterson House is still its best. The reservation-only policy means that there&rsquos never a chaotic scene around the rectangular island bar at the center of the room. A library motif, antique chandeliers, and an army of well-dressed barmen are there to greet you, but don&rsquot let the serious scene intimidate you &mdash the staff is just as happy to pour a gin and housemade tonic as to mix a custom craft cocktail. The menu is organized by spirit, with drinks listed from least to most potent. There&rsquos a small food menu, including mini burgers, truffled deviled eggs and roasted bar nuts.

Tailor

Tailor started as a wildly popular pop-up dinner party called VEA Supper Club, which was hosted at various restaurants and venues around Nashville. Now in a permanent location with just 40 seats, founder and chef Vivek Surti has crafted an ambiance that matches the original intent &mdash you feel like you&rsquore eating great, home-cooked, South Asian American dishes inside a friend&rsquos stylish home. A set menu of eight courses is served during two seatings, Thursday through Sunday nights. The menu leads from light snacks like dhokla with mustard seed, coconut, and sesame to salads, a fish and meat course that might include local trout or lamb with chiles and mint, to a rice, then desserts. Along the way, Surti puts a personal touch on the experience, sharing anecdotes and stories behind each dish.

From her perch in an open kitchen overlooking Etch&rsquos posh, light-filled dining room, Chef Deb Paquette happily plates up her global-inspired fare, inspiring and mentoring legions of Nashville chefs while doing it. Having opened hot spot after successful hot spot, Paquette has defined her style as eclectic and unexpected. A lot of ingredients go into Paquette&rsquos compositions, yielding bold flavors and colors in dishes like short ribs with candied miso potatoes, and duck breast wrapped in feta-laced filo. One mentee, pastry chef Megan Williams, matches Paquette&rsquos menu note for note with inventive finishes like a ginger pavlova.

Deacon’s New South

You&rsquoll find pops of art deco all over Nashville, especially inside the L&C Tower, an iconic mark on the city&rsquos skyline. Deacon&rsquos New South sits at the base of the building and pulls some of that inspo into its own space. The heart of this contemporary steakhouse is the glassed-in kitchen where the grill sits front and center and a dry-aging room to the side shows off the day&rsquos butcher cuts. The menu here puts a modern spin on fine cuts of meat and Southern staples. The selection of steaks ranges from strips to a tomahawk ribeye to A5 Japanese wagyu. Build a meal around one of those with a starter like chow-chow deviled eggs, a cup of gumbo Ya-Ya, and sides of crispy brussels sprouts or braised collard greens. The thoughtful wine list matches the menu with a strong selection of American and old-world reds.

Loveless Cafe

From downtown Nashville, it&rsquos only about 17 miles to the Loveless Cafe, but when you travel off highway and meander down the scenic side roads, it can be one of the prettiest, most leisurely drives. Serving continuously since 1951, the Loveless carries on the down-home tradition of a classic "meat and three" &mdash a plate with a protein and three sides &mdash with its crispy fried chicken, gooey mac and cheese, collard greens and unending supplies of sweet tea. The service is warm and friendly, and there&rsquos never a shortage of fantastic biscuits. Next door, there&rsquos also the Hams & Jams country market, where you can pick up pounds of barbecue as well as preserves, kitchen goods and Loveless gear to take home.

The Farm House

Thanks to its convenient-to-everything downtown location, the Farm House can play the power-lunch locale for both locals who are stopping in for a midday meeting and visitors trying to tackle the many historical music sites nearby &mdash it&rsquos a stone&rsquos throw from the Country Music Hall of Fame. Whatever the occasion, Chef Trey Cioccia is up for it, serving snacks like a pimento-cheese beignet or pork belly toaster pastry, along with inventive daily blue plates that might feature a catfish sandwich or wings with an Alabama white sauce. And don&rsquot miss dessert: There&rsquos always a solid lineup of housemade ice creams and sorbets.


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