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New York City

  1. conservatism
    Conservatives Are Right to Write Off Big CitiesNeverTrump Republicans think urbanites are eager to vote for a less xenophobic brand of their ideology. That’s as delusional as Trump’s Twitter feed.
  2. cityscape
    Here’s a Solution for Fixing the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway: Get Rid of ItNew York City wants to spend billions upgrading a perpetually jammed roadway. Bad idea.
  3. openings
    A New Kaiseki Spot From a Renowned Chef Lands in Manhattan TomorrowOdo will offer dishes like washugyu rib eye with sansho-soy sauce.
  4. New York’s Tiny Streets Are Simply DelightfulBut just how short are they?
  5. my favorite places
    72 of Our Favorite New Yorkers on Their Favorite Places in New YorkFrom a 24-hour Ukrainian restaurant to biking in the Rockaways.
  6. closings
    Trailblazing Cocktail Bar Flatiron Lounge Will CloseJulie Reiner’s destination bar ushered in New York mixology’s golden age.
  7. restaurant power rankings
    Grub Street’s Restaurant Power Rankings: Where to Eat Right NowIt’s our weekly ranking of the city’s most important restaurants.
  8. rants
    How One Simple Seafood Dish Is Ruining New York RestaurantsIt’s a scourge that must be stopped.
  9. openings
    A Promising New Bagel Shop Has Landed in Park SlopeThe owners recruited the baker behind the much-loved, shuttered SCRATCHbread.
  10. openings
    An Acclaimed Pop-up Is Now an Impressive New Restaurant in BrooklynProspect Heights now has another ambitious, polished dining room to call its own.
  11. new york city
    Here’s Why New Yorkers Think Shirley Chisholm Deserves a Monument“Chisholm’s story is the embodiment of the American Dream, and her trailblazing nature is quintessentially New York.”
  12. food agenda
    13 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This DecemberYour food agenda for the month.
  13. the grub street diet
    Saveur’s Stacy Adimando Is Always on Antipasti Duty“Grazing is just an incredible way to eat anytime.”
  14. grub guides
    Where to Eat Truffles Without Going BrokeShave and save!
  15. hot duck
    The Man Behind New York’s Hot Duck Sensation“People see in him only good. They idealize the Mandarin duck as whatever they see as good and natural and beautiful in the world.”
  16. openings
    There’s a New Vegan Omakase Spot — Here’s Everything on the MenuFire & Water is two restaurants in one.
  17. openings
    A Brand-New Brooklyn Store Is Dedicated to Incredible CookbooksBrooklyn’s lizzyoung bookseller is stacked with new and old books as well as the complete archives of M.F.K Fisher.
  18. interviews
    A New York Politician Wants to Make Cash-Free Cafés Illegal“Even if a policy seems neutral in theory, it can be racially exclusionary in practice.”
  19. chef shuffle
    Lalito Has a New Chef — and She’s Ready to Make a Name for Herself“Someone like me has to work twice as hard.”
  20. 50th anniversary
    My New York: Modern FamiliesThe third chapter of our 50th anniversary issue, devoted to what might make other people in other places go crazy but here we call connection.
  21. 50th anniversary
    My New York: CirclesThe fifth chapter of our 50th anniversary issue, devoted to what might make other people in other places go crazy but here we call connection.
  22. 50th anniversary
    My New York: Long AgosThe fourth chapter of our 50th anniversary issue, devoted to what might make other people in other places go crazy but here we call connection.
  23. 50th anniversary
    My New York: LoversThe sixth chapter of our 50th anniversary issue, devoted to what might make other people in other places go crazy but here we call connection.
  24. 50th anniversary
    My New York: A Daisy Chain of ConnectionsThe final chapter of our 50th anniversary issue, devoted to what might make other people in other places go crazy but here we call connection.
  25. 50th anniversary
    My New York: FlocksThe eighth chapter of our 50th anniversary issue, devoted to what might make other people in other places go crazy but here we call connection.
  26. 50th anniversary
    My New York: Taxi FaresThe seventh chapter of our 50th anniversary issue, devoted to what might make other people in other places go crazy but here we call connection.
  27. 50th anniversary
    My New York: Roommates and NeighborsThe second chapter of our 50th anniversary issue, devoted to what might make other people in other places go crazy but here we call connection.
  28. 50th anniversary
    My New York: Loose ConnectionsThe first chapter of our 50th anniversary issue, devoted to what might make other people in other places go crazy but here we call connection.
  29. 50th anniversary
    My New YorkOur 50th anniversary issue is devoted to what might make other people in other places go crazy but here we call connection.
  30. closings
    Delaware and Hudson Will CloseThe Williamsburg restaurant’s owner cited the looming L train shutdown as one of the causes.
  31. the top line
    There Is No Crisis of Retail Vacancy in ManhattanYou may have heard the widely circulated statistic that one in five storefronts on the island are empty. You heard wrong.
  32. just asking questions
    New York City’s Development Czar Alicia Glen Talks Amazon HQ and HousingNew York City deputy mayor Alicia Glen discusses the Amazon HQ deal and why New York is an affordable-housing leader of the “goddamn world.”
  33. closings
    El Rey Will Close This MonthNo more avocados.
  34. incoming
    Amazon Is Headed to Queens — and Restaurateurs Are PrimedThe area’s bar and restaurant owners are ready to feed Jeff Bezos’s minions.
  35. nyc guidebook
    A Non-Touristy Guide to Touristy New YorkLittle-known loopholes, tips, and tricks that’ll make you actually want to be a tourist in New York, even if you’re already a New Yorker.
  36. animals
    Other Ducks Are Hot, Too, Insists Bird ExpertThe hot Mandarin Duck isn’t special, according to an ornithologist.
  37. the other critics
    Is Misi a Good Restaurant or What?Depends on whether you ask Pete Wells or Ryan Sutton.
  38. street food
    New York Street Food Will Get Letter Grades Starting in DecemberThe Health Department will also require vendors to attach tracking devices to their carts and trucks.
  39. cocktails
    One of New York’s Best Bartenders Has a Bar AgainA look at all of Phil Ward’s new drinks for Brooklyn’s Madre Cocina & Mezcales.
  40. openings
    Inside Benno, Manhattan’s Most Grown-up New RestaurantFancy pasta, skate almondine, and much more.
  41. lists
    Here Are the 2019 Michelin Stars for New York CityLe Coucou, Sushi Nakazawa, and more make the cut.
  42. the other critics
    The New York Times’ Restaurant Critic Just Gave a Star to a Slice JointPete Wells has found his perfect pizza.
  43. new york city marathon
    Mary Keitany Won Her Fourth New York City Marathon in Five YearsShe came first in the women’s race, and now is tied as world record holder for winning the event.
  44. closings
    Another One of New York’s Great Thai Restaurants Has ClosedLarb Ubol shuttered this week, following Pok Pok Ny out the door.
  45. the grub street diet
    Musician Japanese Breakfast Can’t Resist Midnight Nachos“Why do I always love the things that hurt me the most?”
  46. breakfast time
    New York Is About to Get an Awesome New Taiwanese Breakfast“Taiwanese breakfast is not … low on the carbs, you know?”
  47. food agenda
    15 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This NovemberYour food agenda for the month.
  48. openings
    Hachibei Is the New Midtown Restaurant Specializing in Grilled EelUnagi no kabayaki is the only item on the menu at this new Japanese spot.
  49. coming soon
    A New Cookbook Store Will Open in Brooklyn Next MonthA rare-book seller is behind the new Cobble Hill shop.
  50. the grub street diet
    Chef Floyd Cardoz Binges on Custard Apples in Mumbai, Babka in New York“I ate a piece and I was addicted instantly.”
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