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  1. openings
    Destination Shawarma on St. Marks, FinallySpice Brothers and “the art of building the perfect spit.”
  2. impossible tables
    A Seat at Torrisi? It’s Easier Than You Think.But whatever you do, don’t leave.
  3. guides
    Where to Eat in OctoberThe best restaurants for right now.
  4. the grub street diet
    Dwight Garner Always Has a Muffuletta in the Freezer“I’ve loved nearly every muffuletta I’ve ever had, but these are special.”
  5. restaurant review
    Sartiano’s Is a Members-Mostly ClubOur restaurant critic finds caviar, calamari and a Kardashian at Scott Sartiano’s Soho Italian joint.
  6. the underground gourmet
    Forget Whipped Cream — Where’s the Olive Oil?A good idea has become ubiquitous.
  7. outings
    Dave Portnoy’s Sausage FestA rain-soaked afternoon eating pizza with the Stoolies.
  8. trendlet
    When Did Cabbage Get So Sexy?Chefs are wrapping it around all sorts of wonderful things.
  9. the grub street diet
    Coolstuff.nyc’s Anna B. Albury Likes a Long Sunday Lunch“Dessert served as a great excuse to extend the afternoon into a round of dominoes.”
  10. the year i ate new york
    Greenpoint Versus GreenpointCan a quickly changing neighborhood learn to coexist with itself?
  11. report
    The Spanker of Shelter IslandResidents and out-of-towners saw Marie Eiffel berate her bakery employees. But they were surprised when she was sued for human trafficking.
  12. the underground gourmet
    The City’s Best Injera Is in GreenpointBersi’s bread is fresh, supple, and dark with teff.
  13. openings
    The Original Scarr’s Pizza Is Now a Sushi CounterSushi Oku opened this weekend. Good luck getting a seat.
  14. the grub street diet
    Hua Hsu Orders the Special“It was a sheet of hash browns folded over cheese and bacon, resting on heirloom tomatoes and a fried egg.”
  15. closings
    Contra Is Set to CloseChefs Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske will shutter their tasting room next month.
  16. the underground gourmet
    Is That Restaurant Gonna Suck?If you know what to look for, red flags are everywhere.
  17. q&a
    Super Taste Was Set to Close, Until the Owner’s Son Took OverNow, the Chinatown noodle staple has expanded uptown.
  18. headaches
    The Day Square Went DownRestaurants and customers were forced to scramble when credit cards no longer worked.
  19. restaurant review
    Libertine Is New York’s Bistro du JourOur new critic lands a near-impossible reservation.
  20. the grub street diet
    Chef JJ Johnson Likes to Experiment With Breakfast“The papaya was spectacular.”
  21. guides
    The Best Bar Crawl in New York, According to Karen CheeGossip, get drunk, and then plan a heist at Attaboy.
  22. the year i ate new york
    Erté, Lichtenstein, and Pastrami BLTsAn afternoon at New York’s premiere art gallery-slash-delicatessen
  23. trends
    Where Did All the Chefs Go?Restaurants are opening without any big names behind the pass.
  24. fall preview 2023
    Maison Premiere Will Expand to Manhattan This FallTigre will be a party.
  25. fall preview 2023
    The Old Pearl Oyster Bar Will Become Something Completely NewFigure Eight is unlike any other restaurant.
  26. fall preview 2023
    Cafe Spaghetti Will Get a Sibling in OctoberChef Sal Lamboglia gets set to open Swoony’s.
  27. fall preview 2023
    The Dhamaka Team Will Go Filipino at NaksThe group behind the city’s most exciting Indian restaurants is expanding beyond the subcontinent.
  28. fall preview 2023
    Gabriel Stulman and April Bloomfield Will Open Sailor in SeptemberThe duo lands in Brooklyn with design from Ralph Lauren’s longtime creative director.
  29. the grub street diet
    Hilary Leichter Is Navigating a Morning-Beverage Identity Crisis“The coffee crests in little golden peaks, like the froth left in the wake of a boat.”
  30. the year i ate new york
    The Street Vendors Fighting for a Space in Sunset ParkPlaza Tonatiuh is a spirit and the spirit is resilient.
  31. the underground gourmet
    A New French Dish Arrives in NYCRavioles du Dauphiné are beloved in France, but rarely seen on this side of the Atlantic.
  32. the grub street diet
    Pitchfork’s Puja Patel Wants the Tough Bits“Give me the crispy edge of a lasagna, the chewy corner piece of the brownie.”
  33. where to eat
    These Are the Two Best Restaurant Weeks of the YearIdeas for eating at the end of the summer.
  34. the underground gourmet
    It’s Tomato Season! (At the Bar)New drinks that go way beyond the Bloody Mary.
  35. the grub street diet
    Emma Rosenblum Is Trying to Make Something Everyone Will Eat“The chicken was a crowd pleaser. I cooked it while drinking an Aperol Spritz, naturally.”
  36. the year i ate new york
    A Week at Gay Sleepaway CampBeach martinis, decimated oysters, and whole branzino on the grill.
  37. the underground gourmet
    Dutch Crunch Finally Arrives in New AmsterdamA fresh roll comes to town.
  38. openings
    José Andrés Opens His New York BazaarThe chef explores the connection between Japanese and Spanish cooking.
  39. the hottest restaurant of 1986
    Before TikTok, There Was the Quilted Giraffe“It was a wild time, and we were selling a certain story…”
  40. the grub street diet
    Alicia Kennedy Is Clearing Out Her Fridge“I’m very anti–food waste.”
  41. streeteries
    Outdoor Dining Is Officially Here to StayNew York City lawmakers voted to approve a bill that makes sidewalk (and street) eating permanent.
  42. prices
    The $29 Hot Dog Should Probably Cost MoreIf this were a burger, nobody would care about the price.
  43. ideas
    Introducing the Inflation SpecialA strategy for eating out in an era of rising prices and shrinking portions.
  44. delivery
    Delivery Orders Won’t Come With Forks AnymoreOr spoons, or ketchup, or those little packets of duck sauce.
  45. the underground gourmet
    A Big Fat Blob of BoringIt’s time to cool it with all these balls of burrata.
  46. the grub street diet
    Rachel Karten Has No Time for Fussy Martinis“I didn’t want fennel. I wanted olive juice.”
  47. the year i ate new york
    This Chicken Blew Me AwayHakka Cuisine makes the best bird in town.
  48. profile
    Two Software Engineers Open NYC’s Most Daring New Restaurant“People keep asking what type of cuisine this is.”
  49. what to eat
    The City’s Best Sando Is BackOnly 20 are available each night, however.
  50. trends
    Olives Were Always Invited to the Party. Now They Are the Party.They’re being baked onto cakes, turned into pillows, and stuck inside negroni-flavored Jell-O.
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