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Robin Raisfeld

March 13, 2000 | The Underground Gourmet
A Trio Grows in Brooklyn

While the rest of Brooklyn exports cheesecake and chopped liver to Manhattan, three classy Kings County spots give the term 'diner' an upscale spin.

February 28, 2000 | The Underground Gourmet
What a Dumpling!

From Wall Street to Greenpoint, from pelmeni to pierogi, a discriminating tour of the surprisingly varied world of stuffed dough.

February 7, 2000 | The Underground Gourmet
Bouley School

David Bouley may only have two restaurants in the city, but his kitchen has hatched inexpensive Bouley-influenced bistros all over town.

December 20, 1999 | The Underground Gourmet
Who's on First

Why certain streets breed restaurants and others don't is a mystery, but the latest to reach critical culinary mass is 1st Street in the East Village.

November 22, 1999 | The Underground Gourmet
Deals on Meals

Thanks to some new late-afternoon menus, several pricey, hard-to-get-into restaurants are offering cheaper eats and uncharacteristically easy access.

September 13, 1999 | Feature
Restaurant Preview
September 6, 1999 | Feature
Comida Tonight

From El Salvadoran pupusas to Mexican chilaquiles, an eight-nation dining guide to the city's bursting Latin American cuisine scene.

June 28, 1999 | Feature
Water Tables

New York has never been known for its waterfront dining. But with some new options along the shore -- and some irresistible old favorites -- the tide is starting to turn.

April 19, 1999 | Feature
Spring Greening

The best vegetable dishes aren't necessarily found in vegetarian restaurants.

January 18, 1999 | Feature
Pan Am Express

Suddenly, the Big Apple's gone bananas for plantain and mad for mojítos. Here's where to indulge your passion for all things quasi-Latin.

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