Don't lift a finger.
Plus forties-era jazz at Brasserie Beaumarchais, turkey time at Parm, and more in today's leftovers.
"Before dessert, we hit the shooting range downstairs and then finished with cheesecake, cognac, and a cigar."
Plus: Ryan Sutton finds the world's best $9 burger, Wells deems Rosemary's more or less worth the wait, and more of this week's critical reviews.
Newfangled mid-century Italian on Thompson Street.
A roster of extreme deliciousness at modest (under $25) prices
Forget Heinz and French’s.
Watch Parm's owner discuss what makes his squid so damn good.
Plus: the 'Times' on two new clam-roll shacks, Shockey finds comfort at Parm, and more of this week's critical reviews.
From chicken fingers to Pac-man dumplings, there's a place for everyone.
Three officially makes a trend, people.
It's meant to evoke old-school delis and fifties diners.
The new restaurant will handle lunchtime sandwiches, while Torrisi offers its (now more expensive) prix fixe midday.
All you need is a crusty toaster oven and some processed cheese.