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New York City

  1. reopenings
    The Four Seasons, and Power Lunching in the #MeToo EraIt’s a celebration of one-percent-ness with an unmistakable air of toxic masculinity.
  2. chef shuffles
    Chef John Nguyen Has Left Hanoi HouseHe’s going to open a new restaurant in Hong Kong.
  3. sexual harassment
    Mario Batali Still Hasn’t Been Bought Out From His RestaurantsIt was announced he’d be gone by July 1. Now the company is much less forthcoming about when it will actually happen.
  4. closings
    Pok Pok Ny Will Close for GoodThe popular Brooklyn Thai spot will shutter on September 2.
  5. 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.
  6. harassment
    Estela Co-Owner Will Step Away From Restaurants Amid Accusations of Verbal AbuseThomas Carter is the subject of a report that accuses him of creating an abusive culture at his restaurants.
  7. harassment
    Estela Co-Owner Will Step Away From Restaurants Amid Accusations of Verbal AbuseThomas Carter is the subject of a report that accuses him of creating an abusive culture at his restaurants.
  8. crime
    An Oral History of New York’s Largest Gang BustTwo years after law enforcement arrested 120 gang members in the Bronx, the community is still debating whether it made them safer.
  9. interior lives
    Long Live Chinatown, Especially When I’m GoneDid I create the myth of Chinatown, or did the myth create me?
  10. openings
    The Stoney Negroni Is About to Be Your New Favorite CBD CocktailA new Astoria bar serves a number of drinks made with the ingredient.
  11. grub guides
    The Late-Summer Hit List: Everything You Need to Eat and Drink Before Labor DayNamely, as much ice cream, spritzes, and good produce as you can fit inside your belly.
  12. city of love
    Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin’s Best Wholesomely Horny NYC MomentsThey can’t stop spreading their love across New York City.
  13. the grub street diet
    Restaurateur Marie Tribouilloy Is Very Specific About Who Scrambles Her Eggs“Jose knows how to cook the eggs. I don’t order food if he’s not behind the grill.”
  14. #shebuiltnyc
    There Are Only 5 Statues Honoring Women in NYC. Who Should Be the Sixth?The Cut spoke to Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen about the She Built NYC campaign, and the 1,899 nominations they received.
  15. food agenda
    13 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This AugustYour food agenda for the month.
  16. expansions
    Roberta’s Will Open a New Location in WilliamsburgThe pizza icon is headed to the Domino Sugar Factory site.
  17. the grub street diet
    Author Jen Doll Knows Pasta Is Best When It’s a Weird Shape“There are more angles for the sauce.”
  18. openings
    A New Japanese Bar Pairs Highballs With Fried-Mortadella ‘Sandos’There’s some real talent behind Katana Kitten.
  19. properties
    13 New York Buildings That Stick Out Like Sore ThumbsThe ultramodernist brownstones, teeny townhouses, and Japanese pagodas that aren’t like their neighbors.
  20. profiles
    Hunting for Perfection, in 12 Ducks a NightAt midtown’s must luxurious restaurant, line cook Kris Feliz is in charge of the kitchen’s signature dish.
  21. openings
    Inside Ample Hills’ Brand-New, Gloriously Wonka-Like FactoryThe 15,000-square-foot Brooklyn space will have interactive displays, a museum, and plenty of pints for ice-cream lovers.
  22. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Fish Taco in New YorkCrispy, creamy, crunchy: Baja in a bite.
  23. openings
    A New West Village Shop Specializes in Creative Peruvian SandwichesThe chef of Llama Inn is going more casual at Llamita.
  24. restaurant revivals
    New Owners Have a Plan to Bring Back One of Brooklyn’s Greatest RestaurantsThey’re launching a crowdfunding campaign for Gage and Tollner, where the late Edna Lewis once cooked.
  25. the grub street diet
    Chef Caroline Fidanza Won’t Give Up on Italian Cookies“I love Italian cookies, which are almost always disappointing. The fact that they are disappointing is even part of what I love about them.”
  26. NYC Stories: Molly Ringwald Gets a Taste of NYC’s S&M UnderbellyWhen 14-year-old Molly Ringwald came to New York to shoot The Tempest, she didn’t expect an initiation into the city’s … darker side.
  27. rip
    The Owner of Manhattan Fixture the Great Jones Cafe Has DiedThe future of the restaurant, which has been closed since his death, is once again being called uncertain.
  28. counter culture
    A Radical Café Carves Out Space in a Gentrifying NeighborhoodWith Playground Coffee Shop, Zenat Begum wants to take back some space for the people being pushed out of Bed-Stuy.
  29. today in booze
    The Unloved Highball Gets a Star Turn on Cocktail MenusThe bubbly, “such a not-drank” cocktail is getting overdue attention.
  30. NYC Stories: Bill Hader and Henry Winkler Have Ridiculous Memories of NYCBill Hader and Henry Winkler, stars of HBO hit Barry, have each experienced love and hate in New York City—but not in the ways you’d imagine.
  31. openings
    Emmy Squared’s Newest Location Has Muffuletta-Inspired PizzaIt’s the third location for the Detroit-style specialist.
  32. openings
    Hao Noodle Opened a Chelsea Follow-up Devoted to Stellar Drinking FoodThere are skewers and much more at the moodier restaurant.
  33. closings
    Yuan Cuts the Noodle Loose in the East VillageIt’s the latest restaurant to make a quick exit at 157 Second Avenue.
  34. new york city
    Elaine Welteroth Speaks Out on Instagram About Uber Driver Misconduct“Too many of us deal with this kind of mistreatment daily,” she wrote afterward.
  35. expansions
    It Sounds Like Roberta’s May Finally Expand, After AllThe owners are reportedly close to signing a lease for a space in the Domino Sugar development.
  36. terrible news
    Fire Closes Beloved Cocktail Bar the Dead Rabbit ‘Until Further Notice’“Several of our kitchen staff members were on site and had the presence of mind to shut off the gas before exiting the premises,” the partners write.
  37. food agenda
    11 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This JulyYour food agenda for the month.
  38. openings
    The Team Behind Donna Transports Its Tropical Inclinations to JapanAt the Hidden Pearl, the gin-and-tonics is made with yuzu sake.
  39. the grub street diet
    DJ Jonathan Toubin Knows in His Heart That Pizza Can Save the Day“I was tired and grumpy and hadn’t had a chance to eat since breakfast, but there was just enough time for me to order my favorite slice.”
  40. extreme sandwiches
    Will Eating a $185 Sandwich Make You Hate Yourself?Taste-testing Don Wagyu’s “post, post, post-ironic parody” beef sandwich.
  41. behind the scenes
    What to Know About the New York Aquarium’s New Shark BuildingOn June 30, after 14 years of planning, “Ocean Wonders: Sharks!” will open with 57,500-square feet housing around 60 sharks and rays.
  42. bde
    Which New York Subway Lines Have Big Dick Energy?Not all subway lines move about the city like they’re packing ten inches.
  43. openings
    One of New York’s Favorite Italian Chefs Returns With a New Restaurant TonightOn the menu: crespelle, tartufo, and lots of bubbly cocktails.
  44. new york city
    It’s Never Been Easier to Be a Felon Running for CongressIn the age of Trump, Michael Grimm’s criminal past and total lack of party support could give him an edge in NY11’s GOP primary.
  45. openings
    A New Pizzeria From the Owner of Some of the West Village’s Most Popular SpotsMah-Ze-Dahr will make special desserts for the restaurant.
  46. the grub street diet
    Actress Emma Myles Knows the Secret to Drinking on the Beach“If you can put it in a can that looks like a LaCroix can no one will ever question you. They’ll just be like, ‘What’s that new flavor?’”
  47. grub guides
    The Grub Street Guide to Affordable Sushi in New YorkAll the sea bream and scallop that won’t set you back.
  48. openings
    One of NYC’s Best Bartenders Combines Cocktails and Tea at Blue QuarterIt’s all about “precious little tricks for the mind and senses.”
  49. new york city
    You Can Now Nominate a Woman to Become a Monument in NYCWomen.nyc has launched a new campaign.
  50. well and good
    Anthropologie Is Getting Into WellnessCrystals everywhere.
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