by Dan Steinberg, Michael Krieger, and David Leipzig, which is available in print, online, and on mobile.
The list includes New York City’s iconic Italian restaurants, a handful of American classics, and a number of emerging restaurants in the country.
We have a special focus on American classics and a few New York-centric offerings from the past year.
If you want to hear more about these and other New York restaurants, check out this special episode of the New York Restaurant News podcast, hosted by Josh Buhr.
To listen to this episode, subscribe on Apple Podcasts or via RSS.
And to learn more about the New England region, check here.
The New York restaurant week is sponsored by New York State Parks, which offers free admission to every New York state park for one year.
The park admission program is part of the state’s Parks Week, which brings visitors together to explore parks, hike, hike again, and do things like kayak, snowboard, skateboard, and skateboard.
Check out the parks on the program’s calendar of events.
New York’s Parks Department also offers the opportunity to get involved in the program by volunteering at New York Parks and taking part in the Outdoor Challenge.
For more information, go to the parks department’s website and sign up for the Outdoor challenge.
In addition, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the release of the 2017-18 State Parks Seasonal Program.
This year, more than 4,000 New Yorkers will participate in a five-week, 100-mile outdoor adventure through the state and beyond.
Visit the parks program for more details and to register for the outdoor adventure.
The New Orleans area is also celebrating the release on April 21 of the State Parks State Calendar, which contains new and upcoming events, activities, and programs.
For example, the State Park Department is holding a variety of events throughout the week, including a fireworks show at Lake Pontchartrain, a parade on the Mississippi River, a live music series in a Louisiana park, and more.
To learn more, visit the parks website and go to www.stateparks.org/state-parks-calendar.
The National Park Service is celebrating the state parks in the Pacific Northwest with the release this week of a new digital calendar.
The State Parks Digital Calendar features photos, videos, interactive maps, and interactive features to show you the beauty and beauty of the national parks, as well as the many opportunities for visitors to visit the sites.
For the calendar, go here.
The Portland area has another event to celebrate, this time a special, one-day celebration celebrating Portland’s history.
This week, the city is hosting a “State of Portland” concert and celebration on Saturday, April 22.
Tickets for the event cost $25 and include a ticket to the State of Portland concert and an all-access pass to the event.
Visit poregon.gov/stateparms and go here for more information.
New England has some of the best restaurants in New York and the best American restaurants in this region.
New England has a number new and local restaurants that offer delicious meals, fresh seasonal ingredients, and an excellent selection of wines and spirits.
To read about the best New England restaurants and how you can find them, check back here on New York magazine.
The best New York cuisine is on offer in the New Orleans region, with restaurants like Le Bourget, Château Lafiteau, and La Salle, as noted in this recent episode of New Orleans Weekly.
If that isn’t enough, we also have some great places to try at home, like the iconic restaurants in Boston, Chicago, and Houston, as featured in this episode of Food Network’s Food Network New Orleans.
To learn more:The State Parks Office of Parks and Recreation is celebrating State Parks Week by holding an outdoor adventure for New Yorkers and residents.
For a full list of events, visit park.ny.gov and go for the adventure.
For details on how to register to participate, visit stateparksoffice.com/state_parks_summer.
To celebrate State Parks Month, visit parks.gov.
You can also follow New York Food and Wine, which features a monthly guide to New York food and wine.