fusco, gramercy, new york

New York’s Top 5 Openings This Week

It’s been one of those glorious weeks in NYC. It seems that some of the most celebrated chefs around have decided to give us some accessible versions of their delicious food. From a designer donut spot in Williamsburg to Eleven Madison Park food at affordable prices in NoMad, it’s all here.

Be First.

Just Opened. 

Made Nice

What is it? A casual eatery from Chef Daniel Humm and Restaurateur, Will Guidara.

Why’s it unmissable? Because you’re getting Eleven Madison Park quality food at $11 a pop.

Everything you need to know: Made Nice


fusco, gramercy, new york

What is it? An upscale Italian restaurant in Gramercy from restaurateur Scott Conant.

Why’s it unmissable? Because of decadent dishes like lobster gnudi and truffle polenta that you won’t forget in a hurry.

Everything you need to know: Fusco

Du’s Donuts & Coffee

What is it? A new and creative donut spot in Williamsburg from Chef Wylie Dufresne.

Why’s it unmissable? Dufresne previously worked with the famous pastry chef Dominique Ansel so, if that’s anything to go by…

Everything you need to know: Du’s Donuts & Coffee


sandwicherie, union square, new york

What is it? A gourmet salad and deli spot in Union Square.

Why’s it unmissable? If you work in Union Square and are in need of a lunch time refresher – this is your spot.

Everything you need to know: Sandwicherie

Chez Ma Tante

Chez Ma Tante, Greenpoint, New York

What is it? A new restaurant by two Café Altro Paradiso chefs, inspired by the food of Montreal.

Why’s it unmissable? Because it’s taken over the space of famous spot, Jimmy’s Diner, so it has to live up to its predecessor.

Everything you need to know: Chez Ma Tante