To own a restaurant in NYC is akin to raising a rebellious family — what with all of the waiters, waitresses, chefs, personalities, reservations, and, of course, the food. It all has to come together under one perfect spell. And, for restaurateur Ana Abramcyk, this has happened not only once, but twice. The young foodie-preneur is responsible for Tribeca hot-hot-hot spots Tiny's and Super Linda, as well as an enviable rotation of on-hours outfits, and hair that makes curl lovers swoon. Ahead, we catch up with the fashionable foodie for an exclusive shoot and interview at Tiny's (one of our personal favorites!) and tricks of the trade. And, with secret ingredients like "honey, lemon, and love," we're sticking around for as many helpings as possible.
Photographed by Alice Gao
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