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41 W. 57th St. New York, NY 10019 | West 50s | 212-465-2400
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  • Fork in the Road: 100 Favorite Dishes
    Dish no. 24: Cold foie gras at Betony (41 West 57th Street, 212-465-2400)If you're the type who leaps from new restaurant to new restaurant and, therefore, you haven't been to Betony since...
  • Fork in the Road: Best Of 2013
    Restaurants open at a breakneck pace here in New York City, and they trot out food from just about every corner of our planet (and sometimes many corners of our planet on one menu). In the...
  • Fork in the Road: Listed
    Unless you're a total Grinch, this can be a pretty magical time of year to be in New York City -- the Big Apple really brings its A-game to decorations, holiday markets, and festive events,...
  • Fork in the Road: Unscrewed
    More than any other holiday, Thanksgiving receives the brunt of wine pairing coverage: Articles flood the internet filled with musings, deliberations, ruminations, and annoying...
  • Fork in the Road: Listed
    It doesn't matter that Thanksgiving is one of the biggest homemade meal holidays of the year -- apartment kitchens in NYC are still tiny, and the prospect of turning a full feast out of a...
  • Dining:
    When Betony executive chef Bryce Shuman was a kid, his mother, an academic studying cultural anthropology, took him to live with the Inuit people in the Arctic for 13 months, where he ate...
  • Fork in the Road: Chef Interviews
    This is part two of my interview with Betony's executive chef Bryce Shuman, wherein he talks about eating lamb with his wife in Spain, his favorite dishes on his own menu, and the night...
  • Fork in the Road: Chef Interviews
    When Betony executive chef Bryce Shuman was a kid, his mother, an academic studying cultural anthropology, took him to live with the Inuit people in the Arctic for 13 months, where he ate...
  • Fork in the Road: Open! Open! Open!
    Brasserie Pushkin, that splashy midtown restaurant with gilded walls and an over-the-top Russian menu, didn't exactly get a lot of love from the critics (exhibit A and exhibit B, the latter...

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