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Dining Guide

  • Presidio

    It’s not fine dining, but it’s mighty fine nonetheless. This handsome space is wildly popular for its expansive patios, indoor-outdoor …

  • Old Thousand

    Inspired by the wild-card tile in mahjong, this neighborhood eatery connects on a lot of levels. Want a gin joint …

  • Mattie’s

    Carefully recrafted in a sleek yet stately way, the former Green Pastures is now Mattie’s, a delightful update of that …

  • Helen in the Heights

    After a short-lived experiment with Italian food, a.k.a. Arthur Ave, the Helen folks have decided to keep the rustic setting …

  • El Marinero

    This sparkling new Mexican seafood establishment brightens up a section of McCullough not renowned for evening fare. On our first …

  • Café Azur

    In the old Max & Julie’s space, which has been considerably spiffed up with white walls, pale wood flooring, and …

  • Boka 400

    Tall trees splashed with purple lights give this contemporary bistro a sophisticated feel, and the diverse menu ranges from gourmet …

  • Americado

    A taste of Mexico City arrives in town in the form of a bright, modern food court, nuevo mercado–style. The …

  • Ah Sing Den

    The former East Side Show Room is now a swanky but comfortable lounge named for Ah Sing, whose own establishment …

  • Potente

    Reminiscent of a modern Italian villa, this romantic gray-hued spot, with lofty ceilings and a stunning bar, is so dimly lit it’s a relief to see that the menus are on iPads.