Located in south Williamsburg, Moto has a story so dramatic behind it that it was documented in the 2002 film Eat This New ... More
Located in south Williamsburg, Moto has a story so dramatic behind it that it was documented in the 2002 film Eat This New York' and also shown at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Two motorcycle renovators got together to create a unique bar for the wine lovers of New York. Motor bikes are parked all around on the wooden flooring, to give the place a typical garage look. To the surprise of many restaurateurs in the city, Moto has broken all conventions of fine dining' and emerged as successful as any chic restaurant in New York. Although the place offers food, locals generally crowd here for the beer and wine.
Despite not being known for its food, this East Village restaurant and bar has been a neighborhood favorite for over
20 years. Stained glass windows collected from churches around the world line the walls in the cozy indoor seating ...
This Midtown cafe exudes Southwestern attitude, and the lines for Sunday brunch make it obvious this is one of the
more popular eateries in the area. The walls are decorated with steer horns and highway murals. The food is ...
This little Midtown gem serves fine coffee and teas worthy of much trendier neighborhoods. It is much adored by both
nearby residents and office workers. For such a small space, Keko is bursting with personality. Iron tables with flowers ...