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Bucato

Oh, thank the Lord—carbs are back. Specifically the slippery, chewy, diaphanous pastas of the handmade variety. Read more...

Taberna Arròs Y Vi

The menu at this antler-bedecked lounge is in the care of Ford’s Filling Station vet Verite Mazzola. Read more...

Connie and Ted’s

Some of the best stuff never touches Cimarusti’s hands, or those of any cook: raw oysters and clams (a broad selection) and more than 20 craft beers on tap. Read more...

Salt Air

The whitewashed restaurant has hopped on the suddenly crowded New England seafood bandwagon with a raw bar, pretzel-crusted fried oysters, and a buttery lobster roll. Read more...

Pedalers Fork

Finally—a one-stop shop for a quinoa burger, an old-fashioned, and fixing that wobbly wheel. Read more...

Circa

In this loungy tavern, Octavio Becerra—along with executive chef Bryon Freeze—channels the culinary melting pot of L.A. Read more...

Barnyard

This is the kind of place most hip cities have dozens of but that had somehow eluded Venice: a great neighborhood restaurant. Read more...

Bestia

Before opening as Bestia, this arts district looker was home to the Test Kitchen pop-up series, where host Ori Menashe, formerly of Angelini Osteria, welcomed chefs from across the city. Now it’s his turn to be in charge. Read more...

Kitchen Table

Enjoy dining on the outdoor deck while sifting through menu options with entrées categorized by generic headings like Cow, Pig, Bird, Fish, or Earth. Read more...

Osteria Drago

Although Drago Ristorante is closed, its handmade pastas live on at this addition to Celestino Drago’s Italian empire. Read more...
 
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