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Bon Apptit’s 50 Best New Restaurants 2022

Youd believe after practically surviving in new restaurants while putting this list together, the final place the BA staff would like to be at this time is another restaurant. But once we crisscrossed the united states searching for the 50 best new restaurants of 2022, we were overwhelmed by how thrilling restaurant culture reaches this moment. Wed text one another with near-maniacal glee that wed just experienced a transcendent bagel with marshmallow fluff and warm banana tahini jam (yes, seriously, go on it up with Korshak Bagels in Philly), or perhaps a few wonderfully gelatinous dumplings and a bowl of crab dip at a curtained speakeasy above a pho restaurant (Phcific Standard Time, Seattle).

The has experienced a lot within the last couple of years, but these new restaurants indicate a hopeful next chapter. Dishes and foodways which were previously difficult to find in most of us cities are taking center stage, this means more Guyanese and South Indian and Palestinian and Indigenous Mexican food for all those. Following the pandemic made plain just how thankless restaurant work could be, a few of the places with this list are challenging industry norms and putting their employees first with techniques that feel new and refreshing. And also because the influence of platforms like TikTok grows and reshapes restaurant culture (whether we enjoy it or not), a small number of new restaurants are determined to hell with fleeting trends.

I am hoping this list, divided by region and filled up with our applying for grants what things to order and what things to know, acts being an invitation to get rid of any skepticism concerning whether venturing out will probably be worth it nowadays. If youre extra cash to consume out, there is nothing more worthwhile when compared to a trip to one of these brilliant 50 restaurants. Elazar Sontag, restaurant editor

Check back on 9/14, when well announce our final set of Americas 10 best new restaurants.

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818 Franklin Ave., Brooklyn, NY

Sitting in a snug corner of the breakfast, lunch, and dinner spot in Brooklyn, youll be inclined to feel just like youre being looked after by your very culinarily talented Jewish grandmother. The menu, influenced heavily by Eastern European traditions, enables you to have both one glass of cold borscht plus some truly excellent Hungarian baked goods, like fluffy knots of dough called Ferdinand buns. During the night a generous pour of natural wine leads into unfussy plates of chicken liver mousse, spaetzle mac and cheese, and a hefty slice of New Yorkstyle cheesecake which will remind you youre still in Brooklyn.

What things to order:

For weekday breakfast and lunch: Confit Tuna Melt ($17); Glass of Cold Pink Borscht ($9); assorted pastries ($5$10). For summer dinner, menu changes seasonally: Chicken Liver Mousse ($12); Dill Spaetzle Mac ($20); Cod Croquettes ($28); NY Style Cheesecake ($13).

The classic Hungarian pastry trs batyua.

Photograph thanks to Agi’s Counter

Bonnies

398 Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn, NY

Will there be anything more NY when compared to a restaurant so highly anticipated that its a rare day it is possible to walk right in and obtain a table? Maybe there’s: a restaurant that gets almost just as much love because of its cool bathroom (think plenty of neon lights) for its food. Thats Bonnies, the Cantonese American restaurant chef Calvin Eng opened to rave reviews and a waitlist to prove it. Regardless of the night, the tiny restaurant is buzzing with energy from excited diners and an agreeable staff, ready to indicate a common dishes and drinks. Sure, you might be used by the Cha Siu McRib, a glossy hunk of a sandwich inspired by one junk food behemoth, or the stunner of a complete stuffed fish. But unless youre dining with a big group, stick to small plates so that you can try more of the menuand definitely save room for a sundae.

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