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[DO] Make Reservations at Our Favorite Lady Led Restaurants

Food is a powerful storyteller. Like the dress you wore, it can evoke instant memories of life, love, and what she ate. As the founder of Cherry Bombe Magazine, Kerry Diamond explores the many, varied and vibrant stories that women tell through food. As she says, “It’s all about girl power and food.” Inspired by her viewpoint, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite local restaurants (and ice cream shops) that put girl power on the menu, including one owned by Kerry.

Dirt Candy 

As the owner and chef of this LES’ spot, Amanda Cohen makes veggies a little more magical – even if you’re not a vegetarian. Think: Brussels Sprout Tacos, Carrot Mole, and Kale Matzoh Ball Soup.


Alissa Wagner and Sabrina DeSousa are behind this low-key Chinatown spot that delivers cool, thoughtful food for cool girls and boys – like them. 

Wilma Jean

Kerry Diamond’s advice – follow your gut. Our advice follow your stomach to this local joint, specializing in effortless comfort food like its cornbread with salted molasses butter. 

Momofuku Milk Bar

Christina Tosi makes us all pray for birthdays with her menu of cakes, cookies, and crack pie. “It’s so important to share your recipes,” she’s said of her better-together philosophy. Agreed, but we won’t be sharing her cookies. 

Hay Rosie Ice Cream

After discovering a passions for artisan ice cream, Stef Ferrari launched her craft company in Brooklyn last summer with experimental flavors like Sriracha Popcorn and S’mores F’real. Tastebuds will never be the same.

The Spotted Pig 

When London-born chef April Bloomfield moved to NYC she’d never eaten a slice of pizza, but in ten short years her West Village gastropub has become as much a part of the city’s culinary landscape as a proper slice. Here it’s burger and fries before guys.