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January 24, 2005
Brew Masters

In the darkest depths of winter, the tea ritual is one way to warm up an afternoon.

January 24, 2005
Orange Alert

Sometimes nothing will do but a comforting crock of macaroni and cheese.

January 17, 2005
Toast of the Town

Suddenly, French toast is everywhere, and not just at brunch. Have it for breakfast in midtown and later on for dessert on the Lower East Side.

January 17, 2005
Dining for Dollars

To raise funds for relief efforts in South Asia, altruistic local chefs are doing what they do best.

January 10, 2005
Eat Your Veggies

Until your will is crushed by the aroma of a Corner Bistro burger, stick to your New Year’s diet at one of these vegan, vegetarian, or vegetarian-friendly restaurants.

January 10, 2005
Cake of Kings

Gotta love the French: As soon as you knock off the bûche de Noël, it’s time for a galette des rois—those flaky almond-cream cakes with a bean, or a good-luck charm, hidden inside.

January 3, 2005
Comfort, Food

For comfortable, spill-free snacking, La-Z-Boys can’t be beat. But these sceney places accommodate guests with honest-to-goodness beds. (Just be careful where you set your drink.)

January 3, 2005
The Day After

Greet the New Year with a peaceful brunch and a hangover tonic or two.

December 20, 2004
Big Night

Act now to book a seat for one of these New Year’s Eve blowouts.

December 20, 2004
Merry Fish Fest

The traditional Italian Christmas Eve meatless meal, a.k.a. the Feast of the Seven Fishes, may just be more popular here than in Italy.

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