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New York City

  1. 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.
  2. the grub street diet
    Author Marlon James Has No Time for Fussy Cocktails“You’d be amazed how many people screw up a Dark ’n’ Stormy.”
  3. crime
    A 24-Year-Old Is Accused of Killing a Mob Boss. It Gets Weirder From There.A Mafia expert says the suspect will be “a marked man the rest of his life.”
  4. the city
    SPECIAL REPORT: NYPD’s Mental-Illness Response BreakdownAs 911 calls reporting emotionally disturbed people double in a decade, training lags and a key response team is shut out of the emergency system.
  5. education
    The Promise of Integration Has Not Been Fulfilled in NYC SchoolsJust 190 black children were offered admission to New York City’s specialized public high schools on Monday, out of 4,800. Here’s why that matters.
  6. animals
    Mysterious Brunette (Cow) Slows Traffic on Major DeeganOnce again, a cow got loose in the city.
  7. openings
    How One Hypertalented Chef Shifted Gears to Become an Empire-BuilderJohn Fraser’s latest restaurant, 701West, opens tonight in Times Square.
  8. openings
    Crown Shy Opens With Fine Dining From a Former Eleven Madison Park ChefJames Kent’s first solo project arrives in the Financial District.
  9. cityscape
    Corey Johnson’s Simple But Innovative Plan to Fix New York’s Transit SystemThe city council speaker has an ambitious strategy for overhauling how New Yorkers get around — no advanced tech or billion-dollar deal required.
  10. the city
    A Taste of Justice for Food Vendors Whose Carts Were Trashed by CityHundreds cited for selling without permits will receive compensation for seized wares as officials promise reforms. Still, fear — and fines — persist.
  11. openings
    This Red Hook Tavern Is Part Americana, Part CantinaIt’s like a roadhouse with tacos from former Mettā chef Norberto Piattoni.
  12. the grub street diet
    Pastry Wizard Claudia Fleming Can Never Get Enough Scones“They might be my favorite thing in the world.”
  13. proposals
    My New Plan to Climate-Proof Lower ManhattanOver the coming years, we will spend up to $10 billion to extend the downtown waterfront as much as 500 feet into the East River.
  14. plants only
    There’s a Vegan Sichuan Restaurant in the East VillageSpicy Moon gives dishes like dan dan noodles a vegan makeover.
  15. music videos
    Vampire Weekend Releases Most Upper West Side Music Video of All TimeJerry Seinfeld stars, Jonah Hill directs.
  16. closings
    It Sure Sounds Like Café Loup’s Martini-Soaked Chapter Has ClosedThe literary haunt was seized for unpaid taxes for the second time in six months, and it doesn’t sound like it’s coming back this time.
  17. student protests
    Private School Students Lock Out Administrators in Protest Over Racist Video“The lockout is to try to shed light on the fact that students of color really aren’t being represented here at all.”
  18. eat your greens
    The Soul of a Diner, With the Heart of a VeganThe latest wave of cafés is focused on vegetables, familiarity, and — of course — Instagram.
  19. public art
    Our Memorials Teach Us to ForgetMost things crumble, especially in New York.
  20. the grub street diet
    Cookbook Author Yasmin Khan Has a Soft Spot for Pumpkin Spice“I am, to my shame, one of those people who loves pumpkin shit.”
  21. #shebuiltnyc
    New York City Is Getting 4 More Statues of Remarkable WomenBringing the grand total to nine, out of more than 1,000.
  22. arrivals
    José Andrés Is Opening 15 Restaurants, All at OnceThe chef’s New York megaproject begins rolling out next week.
  23. best of new york 2019
    The Best of New York Health and Self 2019A nonjudgmental gym, Portuguese soap, and a throwback manicure.
  24. possibly a closing?
    Downtown New York Mourns the Loss of Moishe’s Kosher BakeryThe longtime East Village landmark has closed … maybe.
  25. openings
    Everything You Need to Know About Au ChevalThe Chicago burger destination is now open in New York.
  26. bronx bred bohemians
    Frederic Tuten’s Memoir Is a Love Song to a Lost New YorkInquisitive, respectful, adventurous, and often horny, he was Diane Keaton’s boyfriend for a while.
  27. sugar art
    Why Are Pastry Chefs Obsessed With Extremely Fancy Apples?Call it trompe l’oeil for the Instagram age.
  28. tribes
    The (Almost) Lost Gay History of BrooklynFrom Hart Crane cruising at the St. George to male beauty contests on Coney Island.
  29. good causes
    The Bar World Is Rallying Around One of Its Own After ALS DiagnosisBar Goto is raising money for an employee in need.
  30. vulture recommends
    The Legend of Jimmy Breslin and Pete HamillHBO’s Deadline Artists documentary is a celebration of two New York journalism giants.
  31. food agenda
    13 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This MarchYour food agenda for the month.
  32. the grub street diet
    Author T Kira Madden Orders Sake for Breakfast“We discussed the power of negative thinking and discomfort as we ate swordfish sashimi in a plum yuzu.”
  33. coming soon
    One of NYC’s Favorite Chefs Has Returned to the City“ … it just pulls you back in.”
  34. closings
    Good-bye to Sidewalk Cafe, a Horrible Place That New York Will Miss DearlyIt was a café where weirdos and dreamers could try to make a piece of this city their own.
  35. teamwork
    Wayan Is a Mom-and-Pop Joint — From Restaurant RoyaltyOchi and Cédric Vongerichten are behind the new Indonesian restaurant.
  36. coming soon
    Eggslut Chef Alvin Cailan Will Open a Filipino Restaurant in New YorkAmboy is coming to Nolita this summer.
  37. big moves
    Shake Shack’s New Catering Trucks Will Be the Ultimate Wedding FlexThe most important day of your life demands a good burger.
  38. openings
    Brooklyn Has a New Destination for Instagrammable Breakfast SandwichesGertie is now in Williamsburg.
  39. lets talk about sex
    People Aren’t Banging in NYC Parks Like They Used To“Sex in park” tickets are becoming obsolete.
  40. obituaries
    R.I.P. to Superiority Burger’s Tahini Ranch Dressing“I will carry tahini ranch in my heart FOREVER.”
  41. the grub street diet
    Maria Sharapova Is Sure That Australians Make the Best Coffee“If there’s anyone you trust for coffee, it’s an Aussie.”
  42. first taste
    A New Vietnamese Beef Feast Demands a CrowdAdam Platt checks in on an East Village newcomer.
  43. the city politic
    The Obscure, Overcrowded Election That Could Change New York City PoliticsNext week Melissa Mark-Viverito, Jumaane Williams, and 15 other candidates will compete for public advocate, often a launching pad for ambitious pols.
  44. happy hour
    Could This Cocktail Be the New Cosmo?It’s got all the pieces — except a TV show to adopt it.
  45. foodievents
    Paris’s Mokonuts and More Coming to New York for an Exciting New Dinner SeriesGabriel Stulman will host some of the world’s best neighborhood restaurants at his Simon & the Whale.
  46. family business
    After 50 Years, the Donut Pub Is ExpandingTalking to Buzzy Geduld ahead of his doughnut shop’s new branch, opening soon off Astor Place in Noho.
  47. urbanism
    Hudson Yards Is a Gilded City Straight Out of a Billionaire’s FantasyWhere nothing is ever dirty and everything works, where you can live your perfect life and never have to leave — provided you can pay for it.
  48. urbanism
    How Stephen Ross Became the Most Powerful City-Shaper Since Robert MosesHe’s outmaneuvered, outspent, out-leveraged, and out-sweet-talked his way into the Hudson Yards deal.
  49. the grub street diet
    Film Historian Karina Longworth Loves a Good Throwback Meal“Everything arrived looking like a magazine spread from the 1950s.”
  50. the city
    Shafted: NYCHA Elevator Chief SuspendedPosters went up barring Ivo Nikolic from NYCHA properties in an ongoing probe into elevator maintenance in the city’s sprawling public housing system.
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