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  • Fork in the Road: Events
    Want to celebrate Mother's Day in a new way? Instead of taking her out to brunch like everyone else, consider one of these four events.Tequila Park at Hudson Hotel, 356 West 58th Street,...
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    OK, Nutella fiends -- you've probably heard by now that Eataly (200 Fifth Avenue) is replacing its wine shop, shuttered at the behest of the state, with a shop dedicated to Nutella, that...
  • Fork in the Road: Events
    We're glad the brunt of this snowstorm missed us, but there's no avoiding the cold this week. Warm up your appetite with a few events. The Melting Pot: Leading New York Chefs Dish on...
  • Fork in the Road: Deals
    Late last week, we received a missive from Eataly (200 Fifth Avenue, 646-398-5100) announcing they would be selling white truffles "at cost," later this week -- online customers get a crack...
  • Fork in the Road: Our 10 Best
    Surely one of winter's greatest treasures, a mug of hot chocolate can feel as restorative as a multi-dimensional meditative trance (FYI: nirvana looks like Beyonce eating a cronut). No...
  • Fork in the Road: Our 10 Best
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  • Fork in the Road: Events
    Monday, January 14 Whole Hog Butcher Dinner at Louro Louro celebrates the next Nossa Mesa Supper Club Monday night with a four-course meal from chef Justin Severino of Pittsburgh's Cure....
  • Fork in the Road: Market Watch
    Official Italian government designation: Radicchio Variegato di Castelfranco IGT. Truly sorry it looks something like a dirty, blood-flecked diaper. If you're a seeker-out of strange and...
  • Fork in the Road: Under the Toque
    Guy Fieri is bringing his "Awesome Pretzel Chicken Tenders" to Times Square and tells the New York Post that he has something to prove to those with misconceptions about TV chefs: "Look, I'm...
  • Fork in the Road: Edible News
    Eataly turned two this past Friday, and it's already looking westward. The 58,000-square-foot store has plans for expansion in Chicago, Los Angeles, and São Paulo, Brazil. "We are...
  • Fork in the Road: Our 10 Best
    A waffle cone costs you no more than a regular cone at Eataly's Gelateria. The creamy imported-from-Italy treat called gelato has taken the city by ice storm over the last decade, and even...
  • Fork in the Road: 100 Dishes to Eat Now
    Welcome to this year's 100 Dishes to Eat Now, the tasty countdown leading up to our "Best of 2012" issue. Tune in each day (weekends too!) for a new dish from the Fork in the Road...
  • Fork in the Road: Picture This ... and This
    Presented on a bed of "krauti," the beef-pork links from Trentino called probusto are juicy and fabulous. (Click to enlarge, as if they needed to be any bigger.) This week, Counter Culture...
  • Fork in the Road: Edible News
    Eataly turns one next week. And while that may seem hard to believe (we're still recovering from the opening-day melee), less so is the news that it will celebrate by getting even...
  • Fork in the Road: Market Watch
    Hang a bunch out the window and see if it doesn't scare the crap out of your air-shaft neighbors. Botanists are racing to invent new and more striking strains of fruit to satisfy...
  • Fork in the Road: Marx
    Welcome to The Best Thing I Ate Yesterday, where we endeavor to remember the very best thing we stuffed down our gullets over the past 24 hours. Why? Because the only thing better than...
  • Fork in the Road: Under Review
    This week in the Voice, Robert Sietsema, Sarah DiGregorio, and Rebecca Marx reveal their top picks for eats and treats in the city. Elsewhere ... Sam Sifton offers an early look at Eataly:...
  • Dining: Reviews
    Beef is a relative rarity in Italy. Though steaks made from the famous Chianina cattle are a passion in Tuscany, and carpaccio and tagliata are popular in Piedmont, pork is overwhelmingly...
  • Fork in the Road: Under Review
    This week in the Voice, Robert Sietsema finds the food thrilling, but the premises not so much at the beef temple that is Manzo in Eataly. Sam Sifton slums it on the Lower East Side at Xiao...
  • Fork in the Road: Food for Thought
    In its November issue, Food & Wine is providing yet more reading material for the numerically fixated with its "40 Thinkers 40 & Under" list. Eater National has gotten its hot little hands...
  • Fork in the Road: 100 Dishes to Eat Now
    Welcome to 100 Dishes to Eat Now, Fork in the Road's handy list of some of our favorite dishes -- old standbys and new finds alike -- compiled daily. Today's pick: the mozzarella, tomato,...
  • Fork in the Road: Edible News
    Phil Ross, a San Francisco-based chef and artist, hosted an insect-based meal at Brooklyn Kitchen this past weekend, as a means to promote a tasty, sustainable diet of animals you can raise...
  • Fork in the Road: Chatting With
    Widely celebrated for the black magic she works with boneless pork roast at Porchetta, Sara Jenkins currently has her hands full opening Porsena, her new pasta restaurant down the block from...
  • Fork in the Road: Events
    At this point in their respective careers, Anthony Bourdain and David Chang can do their brotherly cynics act in their sleep. So their appearance last night at the 92Y, where they took to...
  • Fork in the Road: Marx
    Eataly may have opened with a staff of thousands, but judging by Craigslist, it's still looking for a few thousand more. A quick scroll through the past three days' worth of job postings...
  • Fork in the Road: The Early Word
    The luscious whole chicken ($10.75) from the Eataly Rosticceria. Now that the crowds have abated somewhat, it's possible to dart into Eataly -- the giant Italian supermarket across the...
  • Fork in the Road: Best Markets
    A black-skullcapped hunk stands ready to provide a hot embrace -- for your panino. The debut of Eataly may be remembered as the most tumultuous culinary event of the year. To help you sort...
  • Fork in the Road: Blogroll Gazette
    This week in food blogs ... Grub Street learned that Eataly's opening may have been delayed a year had the city not cut through some of the red tape. Eater unearthed 10 pieces of...
  • Fork in the Road: Battle of the Dishes
    Among the many, many exhaustively authentic Italian food products that Eataly sells is fresh mozzarella. This mozzarella, of course, is not just any mozzarella: It's made right in front of...
  • Fork in the Road: Marx
    "Eataly, what a cute name!" a young woman exclaimed as she attempted to navigate the crushing crowd that surged into the Italian food megaplex shortly after 4 p.m. yesterday. By 4:30 there...
  • Fork in the Road: Edible News
    It's all Eataly all the time this week. Yesterday, we showed you the line of people waiting to get into Mario Batali's new mega Italian market and food court, and it turns out that everyone...
  • Fork in the Road: Marx
    In a mere four hours, water will turn into wine, angels will weep, and the earth will tremble on its axis as Eataly opens its doors. New York's very first 50,000-square-foot Italian theme...
  • Fork in the Road: Breaking News
    Can't wait to get in and find out what all the excitement is about! Eataly, Batali and Bastianich's 50,000-square-foot (no kidding!) Italian market at the corner of 23rd Street and Fifth...
  • Fork in the Road: Marx
    Eataly will finally open its massive, massive doors next Tuesday, August 31. In the meantime, Eater has a slideshow of the Italian grocery store/temple/sensory experience/gastronomic...
  • Fork in the Road: Marx
    "We're not a food hall. We're a grocery store with tasting rooms and restaurants. We don't want you to just come and eat and walk away. We want you to come and taste some things and then...
  • Fork in the Road: Eating News
    Know any Italian-speaking clog lovers who adore Mario Batali and want in on his new culinary megaplex? They're in luck! Eataly is staffing up, if a Craigslist chock-full of ads -- 81 in...
  • Fork in the Road: Marx
    Thirty-two thousand square feet of Italian food are nearly upon us: It appears that Eataly will open its doors on August 31. MadParkNews learned the news while attending last night's...
  • Fork in the Road: Edible News
    Mario Batali gains a TV show, a 50,000-square-foot food emporium, and a new restaurant in Singapore, and loses 35 pounds by eating less meat and more vegetables. [Wall Street...

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