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Restaurants

  1. comfort food
    As the World Burns, Restaurants Double Down on Warmth“It’s our job to feed you something that reminds you of better times in the world.”
  2. avocados
    Queer Eye’s Antoni Is Reopening an Iconic Diner in the West VillageHe’s relaunching the Village Den as “an entirely new concept focused on ‘a wholesome yet fulfilling lifestyle.’”
  3. legacies
    Anthony Bourdain’s Crusade for Fine-Dining DemocracyNobody did more than Bourdain to reveal the grimy realities lurking under big-city restaurants’ luxurious veneer.
  4. the urbanist: london
    Don’t Leave London Without Trying These 8 Essential DishesBeyond fish and chips: A quartet of food experts wax lyrical about four British classics and other dishes unique to contemporary, cosmopolitan London.
  5. the urbanist: london
    Where the Founders of The Gourmand Eat and Drink in LondonDavid Lane and Marina Tweed’s go-to breakfast nooks, old-school oyster bars, and proper English pubs.
  6. the urbanist: dubai
    The Best of Both Worlds: Dubai’s High and Low Food SpotsThere’s more to the city’s dining scene than Gordon Ramsay and Salt Bae.
  7. the urbanist: beijing
    Where to Eat Near Beijing’s Biggest Tourist AttractionsRoast duck and dan dan noodles near the Temple of Heaven, deep-fried carrot balls near the Forbidden City, and more.
  8. the urbanist: beijing
    Survival of the Delicious: Exploring Beijing’s Backstreet EateriesAfter a citywide “cleanup” campaign, many restaurants in the capital’s oldest neighborhoods were forced to shutter. These guys are still kicking.
  9. the urbanist: bogotá
    Where Two of Bogotá’s Hottest Chefs Eat Every Meal of the DaySergio Meza’s and Álvaro Clavijo’s top picks for lamb ribs, two-handed sandwiches, and gin-and-salvia sours.
  10. talking to
    10 New York Restaurant Employees Share Their Wildest StoriesSweetbitter pales in comparison to real life.
  11. the urbanist: honolulu
    Where Organic Farmers and Top Chefs Eat in HonoluluOahu is teeming with farm-to-table fare, though it’s true — many locals still have a place in their hearts for Spam.
  12. the urbanist: cape town
    Where Cape Town’s Hottest Chefs Eat OutIncluding their go-to spots for crispy hake tacos, curried oysters, doughssants, and authentic boerewors sausage.
  13. the chain gang
    Starbucks Will Close All Its Stores in May for Racial-Bias TrainingTo “ensure everyone inside a Starbucks store feels safe and welcome.”
  14. the urbanist: san francisco
    San Francisco’s Most Coveted Reservations — and Where to Go If You Can’t Get InThree foodie locals on the restaurants they always book in advance, plus their top alternatives when it doesn’t pan out.
  15. the urbanist: bangkok
    The Best Thai Food in Bangkok, From High to LowTwo chefs, a brewer, a pop star, and a flock of other food-obsessed locals reveal their favorite spots for authentic Thai eats.
  16. spring preview
    Here Are Spring’s 20 Most Anticipated Restaurant OpeningsWhat you’ll be eating next, from the turducken of Taiwanese sausages to rotisserie lobster (and plenty of pedigree pizza).
  17. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in WilliamsburgTwenty-three wonderful spots off the L train.
  18. where to eat
    Adam Platt’s Where to Eat 2018An agenda for eating (and drinking) the very best New York has to offer right now.
  19. more sexual harassment
    Here’s What Mario Batali Employees Are Saying About Abuse at His RestaurantsBatali and his business partner Joe Bastianich are accused of encouraging a culture of harassment.
  20. rip
    The Life and Legacy of Alain Senderens, the ‘Picasso of French Cooking’The celebrated chef passed away this week at the age of 77.
  21. burning questions
    Has a Trump Slump Set in for New York’s Restaurant Customers?“There’s no question that consumer confidence has been lost by the political situation.”
  22. hoots
    Hoots Is the Restaurant for the Man Who Loves Wings But Hates Objectifying WomenYeah, Hoots!
  23. hoots
    The New Hooters Chain Is for Anyone Who Goes to Hooters for the WingsYeah, Hoots!
  24. where to eat
    Adam Platt’s Where to Eat 2017The very latest in New York’s high-low, ever-eclectic, deliciously inventive foodscape.
  25. paparazzi
    RIP Da Silvano, Rihanna’s Favorite RestaurantDa Silvano was a staple in paparazzi photos of the pop star.
  26. love and war
    Prosecutors Offer Plea Deal to Vegan Restaurateur Facing Grand-Larceny ChargesSarma Melngailis is accused of stealing more than $800,000 from investors and not paying employees or taxes.
  27. Dreams Come True
    Gyms in Hong Kong Are Making Dreams Come True by Opening On-site RestaurantsGyms have heard our prayers.
  28. space of the week
    How to Outfit Your Dining Room in True Mid-Century Style On July 26, the furnishings and tableware of the legendary Four Seasons restaurant will go on the block through Wright auction house.
  29. field trips
    Drinking Alone at Au Fudge, Jessica Biel’s Hollywood Hangout for ChildrenA visit to the West Hollywood hangout for children.
  30. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Gravy Italian Restaurant in New YorkWhere to find the tastiest veal Marsala, baked ziti, and chicken scarpariello.
  31. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Cacio e Pepe in New YorkThe classic pasta dish may be more popular in Manhattan these days than it is in Rome.
  32. Red Lobster Would Be Delighted to Assist with Your Marriage Proposal, by […] Good afternoon, sir. Table for one? No? You’d like to speak with a manager? Well, that would be me. How can I help you? Oh, what splendid […]
  33. best of new york
    The Best of New York Eating 2016Bespoke salsa, a singular cheese course, and uncommon cookies.
  34. I’m Changing This Bar’s Jazz Jam Session Rules, by Brian Dunn Great set, fellas. Really great. I didn’t recognize that last tune. “Caravan”? Hmm. Never heard of it. We need to chat before you put your […]
  35. Why Women Can’t Cook (in the Nation’s Best Restaurants)They’re an inhospitable place for mothers.
  36. Headaches
    Chefs Versus ConEd
  37. Valentine's Day
    The Surprising Restaurant Economics of Valentine’s DayWhy busy restaurants might actually make less money than usual on February 14.
  38. restaurants
    Food Tastes Better When the Chef Can See YouEven if you can’t see the kitchen. 
  39. Last Days
    wd~50 Made More Than $100,000 in 10 Minutes TodayTalk about going out with a bang.
  40. Last Days
    Wylie Dufresne Commemorating Final Two Weeks of wd~50 With Ticketed BlowoutWylie Dufresne’s pioneering restaurant is going out with a crazy modernist bang, or course, and not at all with a whimper.
  41. Institutions
    Above the Fray: How Restaurants Become Impervious to CriticismTo be above a certain threshold is to enter a kind of realm of immortality and myth, immune to the random quibbles of everyday life.
  42. What Servers Do When You Piss Them OffBe nice to your waiters!
  43. Rent
    Danny Meyer Says Rising Rents Are Crushing New York’s Neighborhood“There are neither victims nor villains in this story,” Meyer writes.
  44. Closings
    Family Recipe Closes This Weekend on the Lower East SideThe restaurant was approaching its third birthday.
  45. Coming Soon
    Sushi Nakazawa Owner Will Next Open ‘Seafood-Oriented’ Restaurant“You’ll hear about it in a few weeks,” he says.
  46. Legacies
    Wylie Dufresne’s Unwavering Vision Turned wd~50 Into a Vital New YorkThe chef never strayed from his original plan for the restaurant, even as others suggested he should — and that’s exactly why it’s so worthy of celebration.
  47. Cherche Le McNally
    Here’s a Covert First Look Into Cherche MidiYes, that is a burger in the $20 range.
  48. Closings
    Williamsburg’s Verb Café Closes This Month“The landlord wants us to pay 70 percent more rent than what we’re paying,” an employee says.
  49. Friends and Family
    Underhyped Openings: The Hottest Trend in New York RestaurantsPlenty of people say 2014 is a boring year for restaurants, but it could just be that owners are less interested in preopening buzz.
  50. First Look
    First Look at Delaware and Hudson, Patti Jackson’s Ode to Mid-AtlanticThe restaurant is in the old Egg space in Williamsburg.
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