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The Underground Gourmet Archive

March 8, 1999
The Family Noodles

Way east in Chinatown, the pleasures at J.M. Family Noodle only start with the treasure-infused soup.

March 5, 2007
The Greek System

High quality, low prices, and killer souvlaki at Kefi.

February 5, 2007
Son of Bistro Burger

In the Village, pub grub with a famous pedigree.

December 18, 2006
Got Soy Milk?

Heavenly desserts in Hell’s Kitchen.

October 9, 2006
Something Borrowed, Something New

Cobble Hill’s new Italian wine bar might be a bit derivative, but who’s complaining?

September 11, 2006
Milking It

You’ll need a really big sweet tooth to appreciate the over-the-top confections (and relentless shtick) of the Bald Man, New York’s newest Wonka wannabe.

August 21, 2006
Good Food

On the Upper–Upper East Side, no pyrotechnics—just food that’s tasty enough to take you by surprise.

June 12, 2006
Jack Be Nimble

In his never-ending quest to thoroughly gourmandize East 5th Street, Jack Lamb strikes again.

November 27, 2006
Dude! Oyster Shots!

Surf’s up at two newfangled “shacks.”

April 24, 2006
The Good Fork

Van Brunt Street is an unlikely restaurant row. This despite, as Red Hook boosters will have you know, the idiosyncratic charm of 360, the retro-chic appeal of Baked, and the engaging beverage bounty at LeNell’s, the local liquor “boutique.” But little by little, it’s getting there, and the latest arrival makes one of the neighborhood’s strongest culinary impressions yet.

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