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April 18, 2005
A Lotta Italy

One new little palate-cleanser of a place, one old-fashioned Italian madhouse.

April 18, 2005
Champagne or Singha?

Thai New Year festival, happens April 13 through 15. Where to ring in the new?

April 18, 2005
The Big Fix

During the ten-day Dine in Brooklyn celebration (April 11 through 20), $19.55—in honor of the only year the Brooklyn Dodgers won the World Series—will buy you a multicourse dinner. The full list of participants is at brooklyntourism.org; a few of the best selections appear here.

April 11, 2005
Here’s the RUB

It takes an iron will—not to mention a hugely expensive smoke diffuser—to open a barbecue joint in this town.

April 11, 2005
What Price Happiness?

Savvy restaurateurs trying to fill seats will stop at nothing—even cutting their prices. Eat early, eat late, or eat someplace where they don’t give you a check.

April 4, 2005
Local Gourmet Grocers

A side-by-side comparison.

April 4, 2005
I Remember Mamma

Italian mothers have always been a secret weapon in the New York restaurateur’s arsenal. The famous and the infamous:

March 23, 2005
RESTAURANT ROUNDUP
April 4, 2005
Malt Shops

With authentic British chippies multiplying, fish and chips are nearly as prevalent as steak-frites—and just as decadent.

April 4, 2005
First Roe

American shad, the quintessential springtime fish, is prized for its roe and flesh that’s notoriously hard to debone. Why not let the professionals do it?

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