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Andrea Whittle

Andrea is a writer based (mostly) in New York City, where she grew up. Previously an associate editor at Condé Nast Traveler, she has contributed to Air Mail, Garage, Vanity Fair, Man Repeller and others. She's happiest when she's putting both of her passports to good use.

Safari Outfit Ideas to Pack When You Finally Take That Dream Trip

What to wear on game drives, around camp, and during dinner.

L&B Spumoni Gardens

An icon serving thick, saucy Sicilian-style pizza.

Luigi's Pizza

Foldable, thin-but-substantial slices near Prospect Park.


A low-key spot for fantastic Roman-style pizza.

San Matteo Pizza Espresso Bar

Will have you wondering whether you entered a wormhole on 2nd Avenue and walked straight into Naples.


A warm, cozy spot that does thing crust pies well.

Asian Jewels Seafood Restaurant

Some of the absolute best dim sum in the city.

Joe’s Shanghai

A restaurant doesn't need to look cool when its soup dumplings are this good.

Hampton Chutney Co.

The New York City outpost of an Amagansett, Long Island favorite that traffics primarily in dosas.


Once upon a time it was Manhattan's favorite see-and-be-seen brunch spot and now it's back.

Chez Ma Tante

Greenpoint spot with pancakes seen round the world.

Daily Provisions

Danny Meyer's little café has superlative bread and perfect breakfast sandwiches.

Porto Salvo

For a casual, satisfying meal in the Bronx before a Yankees game.

Sunday in Brooklyn

A decadent, well-priced brunch with a side of day drinking.


Barney Greengrass

This 100-year-old Jewish delicatessen on the Upper West Side is a true icon.