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Souen

  1. food
    New Yorkers Mourn Souen, Beloved Boiled Food Restaurant“It’s the most pretentious unpretentious place you can go.”
  2. closings
    A Soho Health-Food Destination Is Set to Close, and the Internet Is Melting DownThough there’s a petition to prevent it from happening.
  3. Health Food
    The Cult of the Macro Plate: How This Healthy Dish Became a New York StapleThe Cool Girl’s idea of “clean eating.”
  4. Eat Well
    Eat Well: Sweet Potatoes and Sweeter Autumn TeasPlus: A bar-grazing strategy, healthy eggs, and more, all in this week’s roundup of healthy eats.
  5. Reopenings
    Souen, Set to Reopen Union Square Location, Plans to Sue City for Water DamageThe macrobiotic institution has been closed since a flood in January.
  6. The New York Diet
    ‘Apologetic Vegan’ Moby Would Eat Kale and Tacos on Death Row“For dinner I went to Angelica Kitchen, which made me realize what a clichéd vegan I am.”
  7. The New York Diet
    Vegan Alicia Silverstone Is Not Tempted by ‘Nasty’ Foods“There’s a million great dishes out there, and an egg just happens to be one of them.”
  8. 21 questions
    Natasha Lyonne Will Never Sleep With Bernie Madoff AgainThe actress answers our usual 21 Questions.
  9. The New York Diet
    Director Arden Wohl Only Eats Fish Twice a WeekLast fall during Fashion Week, rising director and headwear-loving “alternasocialite” Arden Wohl was walking the runway for Imitation of Christ. This time around, she’s been holed up in pre-production for her movie starring Leelee Sobieski (the narrator of her student film Coven) which she’ll shoot later this month in Long Island City. “It’s about New York women, and life. It’s about dreams,” she breathlessly told us before running to a premiere party where she slowed down for just one second to let us photograph her catching a drink. What else did this confessed leather-wearing pescatarian eat this week?
  10. The New York Diet
    Novelist Porochista Khakpour Drinks the Kool-Aid at a Hare Krishna Temple In Porochista Khakpour’s debut novel, Sons and Other Flammable Objects, a coming-of-age story that may make its Iranian-American author the next Zadie Smith (the Times Book Review, Radar, and Paper are planning profiles), Khakpour, who grew up in Los Angeles before moving to New York, describes the exasperation of stern father Darius Adam at discovering that his wayward son Xerxes keeps little more than Fruity Pebbles in his Manhattan apartment. “Xerxes offered potato chips,” the passage goes, “which his father looked at as if he had never seen a Pringles can before, awestruck at his son’s supposedly adult living conditions.” Given that the novel is loosely autobiographical, we wondered about the living (and dining) conditions of the young novelist.
  11. The New York Diet
    Psychedelic Writer Daniel Pinchbeck Likes His Chocolate With ‘SpecialWe figured Daniel Pinchbeck, author of Breaking Open the Head: A Psychedelic Journey Into the Heart of Contemporary Shamanism and 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl would have some singular eating habits, having written his share about eating substances other than food. “If you do a lot of shamanic work,” he told us, “There’s an inner cleansing process that goes on. You find the will to reject bad habits — that extends to bad food.” Now that he’s on a higher plane, he’s working on a book about sustainability and says his research in the area is forcing him to make healthier choices. So what did he chose to eat this week?