"You are only allowed to use 18" of space extending from your storefront. Any sandwich boards or planters beyond that are illegal."
Where to go for your whole-grain, big-salad, aÃ§ai-bowl fix.
The Scuttlebutts have been scuttled.
And that everyone's a bit less weird about pork in general.
Plus: The Spotted Pig's Pride party, and more, in today's Leftovers.
"Sitting on a milk crate in the back of an ice cream truck bouncing up First Avenue is not an easy way to eat a lobster roll."
"It tasted like the forest and the ocean."
"I have two restaurants and I go there all the time, so that says something."
A sandwich that is little more than romaine and focaccia is much more than the sum of its parts.
Plus, Gael Greene visits Mia Dona post-Psilakis, and Ed Levine treks to Print, all in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
The coffee roaster that supplies Double Crown, Saltie, and others will open a retail store selling everything from antiques to local pickles.
Saltie and Cheeky are reviewed, a maple-roasted pineapple recipe, and more in the magazine this week.
The Seaport specialty market will end its 2009 run on Sunday.
Plus: Andrea Thompson on the Vanderbilt, and Robert Sietsema on Saltie, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
The guest list and menu read like a who's who of Brooklyn cuisine.
Plus, a locavore festival and a pizza-and-beer pairing, in our roundup of upcoming food events.
Olive-oil pastries, fresh tortillas, and barley-honey lollipops!