Daniel Maurer

  1. Trends
    Don’t You Worry, Breastaurants Are Keeping It ClassyPlus, how do you pay tribute to a groom who met his wife at Hooters?
  2. Openings
    ‘Nippon Nachos’ in Bed-StuyAn “American izakaya” comes to the neighborhood.
  3. Foodievents
    Hester Street Fair Invites You to Play Ping-Pong and Eat PofferjtesAt its first Summer Sunday Picnic.
  4. Financial Woes
    Luca Is SeizedFor nonpayment of taxes.
  5. The Other Critics
    Sam Sifton’s Salty ProseA compilation of the ‘Times’ critic’s beach bard moments.
  6. Marketing Gimmicks
    Apparently Living Near Tonic East Is a Good Thing?When brokers hype restaurants.
  7. Other Cities
    Wafels & Dinges Lends a Touch of Class to Sleazeside HeightsA reverse bridge-and-tunnel commute for the Belgian waffles truck.
  8. Cartography
    Eddie’s Launches a Pizza CartThe bar-pie truck gets a lil’ sibling.
  9. Lawsuits
    Tough Cookies Causes Sour GrapesThe owner of a local bakery goes up against the Food Network.
  10. Foodievents
    Oceana’s Ben Pollinger Has a Lobster Roll Stand, TooOceana’s executive chef is serving lobster bánh mì at summer street fairs.
  11. Foodievents
    Brooklyn Brine Will Preview a Brick-and-Mortar Location as New Amsterdam MarketPlus: ice-cream sodas from P&H and La Newyorkina, Maryland crab cakes, and more at the New Amsterdam Market.
  12. Slideshow
    First Looks at Lobster Joint and Luke’s Lobster Financial DistrictPlus: The Lobster Joint comes to Greenpoint.
  13. Foodievents
    Canadians Behaving Badly: Dufour Ponders Foie Gras Gyros; Bernamoff DoesPlus: Eddie Huang brings a “Taiwanese Ultra-Meat Mix” to Meatopia 2011.
  14. Empire Building
    Stumptown Plans Brooklyn Coffee Bars, Expands to Chicago and San FranciscoPlus: Duane Sorenson says he’s still in charge.
  15. Crime Scenes
    Bowery Beef Fights Wave of ‘Spectacular Bum Crime’Plus: a fire at Bruce Buschel’s Hamptons restaurant.
  16. Openings
    Lots O’ Lobstah Is the Latest Roll to Claw Its Way Onto the ScenePlus: Luke’s Lobster opens in the financial district tomorrow.
  17. Badvertising
    Now This Is How You Sell an Adult BeverageDallas BBQ’s Blue Crush is “intoxicating.” It really is.
  18. Openings
    Mexicue Will Open Restaurants in Chelsea and ChinatownOne of them opens this summer.
  19. Booze News
    Sazon and What Happens When Are Fighting for Their Right to PartyPlus: Waiters sue the owners of Gabriela’s on the Upper West Side.
  20. Trimmings
    Il Piccolo Bufalo Keeps It Classy With Michelangelo’s DavidA big improvement over that giant dog that was hanging over the door.
  21. Coffee Talk
    Duane Sorenson Is ‘Still Very Much in Charge’ of Stumptown, DespiteSo who’s this Alexander Stavros Panos guy?
  22. The Great Outdoors
    Beats Meet Eats at Two Outdoor Parties in BrooklynFinger on the Pulse’s barbecues are back, and Mister Sunday comes to Gowanus Grove.
  23. The Chain Gang
    Smashburger Hits Brooklyn Next WeekThe latest burger chain to debut in downtown Brooklyn.
  24. Coffee Talk
    Stumptown Is Now Available in Growlers and Stubbies; Rival Roaster SmellsHas Stumptown been sold?
  25. Openings
    The Bronx Gets a Beer Garden, TooA new outdoor eatery that might have been inspired by Brother Jimmy’s.
  26. Openings
    First Look at Todd English’s CrossBar, Now Open in the Ever-EvolvingA nose-to-tail pig concept; plus, the Limelight Marketplace will soon be a department store.
  27. Other Cities
    Lines at Papaya King L.A.After just a week.
  28. Openings
    Can Flavaboom Make Fro-Yo Cool Again?Fro-yo is so 2008, but this new shop tries to be ‘2010: A Space Odyssey.’
  29. Slideshow
    First Look at Beekman Beer Garden Beach Club, Now Open for Ping-PongThe new incarnation of Water Taxi Beach South Street Seaport.
  30. Spot Check
    The Frying Pan Is Hot! Hot! Hot!The line last night was over 100 strong.
  31. Closings
    Will Elaine’s Become a P. J. Clarke’s?That’s the rumor.
  32. Empire Building
    Countdown to Flav’s Fried ChickenIs it coming to NYC?
  33. Other Magazines
    Looking for Grilling Tips? Oh Boy, Do We Got ’EmA barrage of grilling tips in magazines, online, and on bookshelves.
  34. Foodievents
    Pickled Sausages! Barbecue! and Two-Headed Cows at the Kings County FairFried Oreos, funnel cake, and chicken on a stick, too!
  35. Foodievents
    Ready, Set, Eat!: Nathan’s and Go! Go! Curry Contests Are OnMissed the recent pickle-eating contest? Don’t worry, there are others.
  36. Foodievents
    Food Trucks Park at Hester Street FairStarting with the Big Gay Ice Cream truck this weekend.
  37. Closings
    Octavia’s Porch Has ClosedAfter just six months.
  38. Foodievents
    Ozersky: ‘I’m Doing Everything in My Power to Have a Whole GrilledA “summit of the great meat chefs in the country” at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
  39. Foodievents
    We Got Crabs! Eddie Huang Does ’Em at LTO; Mermaid Inn Hosts a Crab Boil,Eddie Huang is LTO’s next pop-up chef, and he’s doing a crab-inspired dinner. Fried gator, too!
  40. Ferran
    Sifton Tries to Out-Bulli Platt“The other night I was teleported to Ferran Adria’s El Bulli with my exceedingly close friend, the actress Reese Witherspoon.”
  41. Rants
    Foodies and Locavores, People Still Feel the Need to Tell You How Much TheyJohn Mariani, specifically.
  42. Openings
    Beloved Upstate Butcher Fleisher’s Is Coming to Park SlopeAnd they’re releasing a book.
  43. Price Check
    Doggonnit: Another Price Raise at Gray’sThe hike is TBD, but you won’t be able to buy a dog for $1.50 anymore.
  44. Openings
    Uh-Oh: More Big, Bad Bars Coming Near Nets ArenaOne of them from the owner of Social Eatz, with a menu by Angelo Sosa.
  45. The Chain Gang
    Subway Plans to Spread Its Sesame Seeds All Over BrooklynOne-hundred stores by 2012. And then …
  46. Openings
    Sorella, Vinegar Hill House Plan OffshootsIs Emma Hearst’s block really so “underdeveloped”?
  47. R.I.P.
    Nolita Activist Janet Freeman Has Died at 60Bar owners considered her a menace; others considered her a heroine.
  48. Bookshelf
    Ko’s Jonathan Ory Brings Back Fabled ‘Bone Dinner’ forThe Momofuku Ko chef reimagines a tasting menu from the 1971 restaurant Food, and contemporary artists join in.
  49. TV Land
    Extreme Chef Is the Cooking-Competition Show None of Us Have BeenA look at Food Network’s latest creation.
  50. Reopenings
    Ray’s Candy Store ReopensBut there’s still the matter of Mars Bar.
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