It’s hard to overstate the turmoil restaurants have experienced since the pandemic closed down dining rooms across the country in early 2020. No surprise, New York City chefs and restaurateurs have worked to persevere.
This year has already seen some terrific places open for business, including the dynamic Mexican tacos and drinks spot Aldama in Williamsburg and the powerhouse Italian chop house Carne Mare in the Financial District. This fall brings more compelling openings to New York. Most are in Manhattan, part of developments like the 7-million-square-foot Manhattan West project (which includes a new Danny Meyer-led Italian restaurant helmed by Hillary Sterling). In Brooklyn, the team behind Dhamaka is bringing its dynamic
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