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Eating Out

  • Blogs

    August 19, 2014

    Here's an Early Taste of Tuome, Now Open in the East Village

    Thomas Chen has honed his knife skills and tended burners at Eleven Madison Park at Commerce, but before he was behind such storied lines, he was crunching numbers as an accountant. Four years into that career, though, he started attending cooking school at night, and he made a full transition into ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 18, 2014

    Have a Taste of Bunna Cafe's Ethiopian Brunch

    We've been singing the praises of Bunna Cafe (1084 Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn) since it opened -- not only was the place a killer vegan entrant into the New York restaurant industry, it turns out one hell of an Ethiopian feast in a city that's short on representatives from that country. So despite th ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 18, 2014

    Here Are the Vegetarian Standouts on the Meaty Menu at Chapter One

    The Veggielante is on a mission to spread the word about places to order good, meatless grub. Check out this week's pick. Destination: Chapter One (33 Greenwich Avenue, 212-842-9146) Neighborhood: West Village Cuisine: American Pub

  • Blogs

    August 15, 2014

    There's More to New Haven's Dining Scene Than the Pizza

    In less time than it takes to watch, regret, then forget The Skulls, you can ride Metro-North to Union Station and explore New Haven's culinary secrets beyond the Gog and Magog of cheeseburger and clam pie giants Louis' Lunch and Frank Pepe's. Instead make a pact with your palate to discover the gas ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 15, 2014

    Peter Luger's Burger, One of Our 100 Favorite Dishes

    Dish no. 52: Burger from Peter Luger Steak House (178 Broadway, Brooklyn, 718-387-7400)

  • Blogs

    August 14, 2014

    Post-Remodel, Is the Village's 99-Year-Old Caffe Dante Still Worth the Visit?

    The coffee shop hang, a quintessential European custom, is a dying fad in this country. Where once writers and intellectuals came to talk about the world's problems and joys and ingest caffeine, we now do actual -- and often independent -- work. Calls are made, emails are sent and replied to, and pr ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 14, 2014

    Why You Should Go Dine in Westchester, Per Martha Stewart

    Before hungry revelers at the Atlantic City Food & Wine Festival braved wet sand to sample ample mouthfuls of Martha Stewart's impolite blue cheese and raw onion sliders, America's mogul hostess sat above the fray inside Caesars, setting down her Scala straw hat long enough to discuss the abundance ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 13, 2014

    Arepera Guacuco's Pabellon Arepa, One of Our 100 Favorite Dishes

    Dish no. 54: Pabellon arepa from Arepera Guacuco (44 Irving Avenue, Brooklyn; 347-305-3300)

  • Voice Choices

    August 13, 2014

    TESTING THE WATERS

    Sample fine dining along the canal

  • Blogs

    August 12, 2014

    Find Affordable Round-the-Clock Nostalgia at Hamilton's Luncheonette in the Village

    Recently, the owners of West 4th's Cafe Minerva opened a shiny new corner luncheonette and soda shop called Hamilton's (51 Bank Street, 212-661-1515). Forget the usual flair and picture menus, this is the good old days filtered through a runway lens. Celadon accents offset bare white walls for an al ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 12, 2014

    The 10 Best Restaurants in Sunnyside and Woodside

    Neither the 7 train thundering overhead nor the rising bourgie Brooklyn overflow into Sunnyside and Woodside have robbed these bordering neighborhoods of their charm. This may be the most diverse corner of the city's most diverse borough, and the area's annual St. Pat's for All Parade -- which, unli ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 12, 2014

    Queens on the Adriatic: An Old-School Italian Standby Stands Out

    When you enter Trattoria L'incontro (21-76 31st Street, Queens, 718-721-3532), you may be greeted by an unironic exclamation of "Mamma mia!" It came on a recent visit from chef and owner Rocco Sacramone, who, on any given night, can be found schmoozing diners old and new. It's a mistake to read the ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 8, 2014

    Two Restaurants That Opened in NYC This Week

    When one restaurant's doors close, another restaurant's doors open in fast-paced New York City, and every Friday we'll fill you in on what opened up around town this week. This week was a slow one for openings, but here are a pair of new entrants.

  • Blogs

    August 1, 2014

    Danny Meyer's New York Times Op-Ed Proves Indigestible

    OO.ready(function() { OO.Player.create('ooyalaplayer', 'BsMmNkbzpGenWSb4t7Zhu1JIOmclxDpN'); });Please enable Javascript to watch this video Many journalists dream of someday working for the greatest newspaper of them all, the New York Times. Other journalists -- a smaller group, to be sure -- harbo ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 1, 2014

    Two Restaurants That Opened In NYC This Week

    When one restaurant's doors close, another restaurant's doors open in fast-paced New York City, and every Friday, we'll fill you in on what opened up around town this week. This week was a slow one for openings, but here are a pair of new entrants.

  • Blogs

    July 31, 2014

    The Crabby Shack Is Now Serving Crabs in Crown Heights

    Crown Heights' The Crabby Shack (613 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn) sits on Franklin Avenue close to Atlantic, up the street from the Brooklyn Yoga Collective, Lily and Fig Bakery, and Little Zelda Coffee Shop. The shack pushes the neighborhood's gentrification a little bit further, and with bright whit ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 31, 2014

    Washington Market Tavern: A Restaurant Four Generations in the Making

    Though Washington Market Tavern (41 Murray Street; 646-964-4860) is not even two weeks old, its relationship to Tribeca goes back decades -- and not just because it's located in a landmark building. Owner Eric Schwimmer's great grandfather and grandfather operated a stall in the old Washington Marke ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 30, 2014

    The 10 Best Restaurants in Crown Heights

    As Brooklyn's borough-wide gentrification sweeps farther and farther east, it's crystal clear that Crown Heights is under the hazy glow of kale-and-yoga tinted spotlights. Long known for its abundance of West Indian specialties, in recent years the bustling neighborhood has experienced a surge in no ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 29, 2014

    Are High Rents Pricing Manhattan's High-End Restaurants Out of the Market?

    Celebrity chef Bobby Flay closed his Fifth Avenue restaurant Mesa Grill last year, laying to rest a landmark that, when it fired up its burners in 1991, was the only destination restaurant in an area dominated by garment factories. In Februrary, Keith McNally shuttered Pastis, a Meatpacking Distric ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 29, 2014

    Stanton Street Kitchen Plots a Beer-Centric Restaurant on the LES

    Erik Blauberg got his first restaurant job at the ripe old age of 12, landing a gig as a pot-washer when a desperate owner needed help after a kitchen walk-out. He started learning to cook the next year, and that set the stage for a career that's included such prolific stops as Tavern on the Green, ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 28, 2014

    Champs Family Bakery Appeals to Vegans and Meat-Eaters Alike

    The Veggielante is on a mission to spread the word about places to order good, meatless grub. Check out this week's pick. Destination: Champs Family Bakery (176 Ainslie Street, 718-599-2743) Neighborhood: North Williamsburg Cuisine: Vegan diner

  • Blogs

    July 28, 2014

    Trattoria Bianca Will Bring Casual Italian to Midtown South

    Nearly 45 years ago, Joseph Baum, revered for his work with elaborate themed restaurants, and Michael Whiteman, founding editor of Nation's Restaurant News, created Baum Whiteman International Restaurant Consultants, a company that's been behind such prolific New York projects as the restoration o ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 25, 2014

    Seven Restaurants That Opened In NYC This Week

    When one restaurant's doors close, another restaurant's doors open in fast-paced New York City, and every Friday, we'll fill you in on what opened up around town this week. This week: a classic 1940s diner hits the West Village, a successful LA restaurant finds a home in Brooklyn, and Hell's Kitchen ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 25, 2014

    Here Are a Few Edible Reasons to Explore Port Chester, Greenwich, and Stamford

    Fork in the Road thinks you should get out of town this summer, even if it's only for a day. In this Summer Fridays series, we're covering the best spots to eat in popular day trip locations. See more Summer Fridays ideas in our archives. Port Chester is more than that town The Strokes played the w ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 25, 2014

    Chez Sardine Changes Course, Now Bar Sardine

    The city's fish face-eating fanatics were left distraught earlier this month when restaurateur Gabriel Stulman and chef Mehdi Brunet-Benkritly closed their eccentric West 10th Street izakaya Chez Sardine for a design and concept revamp (RIP miso maple salmon head). The petite space reemerged last ni ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 24, 2014

    The UES's Silver Star Is One of the City's Best Diners

    Jerry, Elaine, George, and Kramer went to Monks Coffee Shop all those years for a reason: diners are comfortable. A great diner is the opposite of stuffy without being a dive; it's where people feel at home when they eat. And for many New Yorkers, the neighborhood diner is situated in psychological ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 24, 2014

    What to Expect at The Gorbals, Now Open in Williamsburg

    Ilan Hall has long dreamed of opening a restaurant here in New York City, his hometown, but it took establishing himself in L.A. to make that possible. After stints under Tom Colicchio and Mario Batali -- and a Top Chef season two win -- he moved to the west coast, he says, because "I wanted a new p ... More >>

  • Dining

    July 23, 2014
  • Blogs

    July 23, 2014

    Meet Louie & Chan's New Chef, Kevin Chun

    Louie & Chan (303 Broome Street) attempts to bring together the Lower East Side histories of the Italian and Chinese immigrants that passed through the neighborhood, and back when it opened, it's kitchen was under the control of a native of Italy, who was somewhat relentless in his authenticity, dow ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 22, 2014

    Botequim Will Bring Brazilian Culture to Union Square in September

    Did you have a chance to drop into the Botequim pop-up during the World Cup? Chef-owner Marco Moreira, a native of Brazil, turned the bottom floor of his space at the Hyatt in Union Square into a restaurant that channels his home country's botequims, casual neighborhood restaurants where people meet ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 21, 2014

    This Week's Six Best Food Events in NYC

    Summer is flying by, and if you're in need of a reprieve from office work, this week offers plenty of sweet deals to consider. Here's a roundup of what's in store.

  • Blogs

    July 18, 2014

    Seven Restaurants That Opened In NYC This Week

    When one restaurant's doors close, another restaurant's doors open in fast-paced New York City, and every Friday, we'll fill you in on what opened up around town this week. This week: Canadian-style burgers invade Chelsea, Korean fried chicken arrives on Third Avenue, and Bushwick gets a saloon.

  • Blogs

    July 17, 2014

    Checking in on The Meatball Shop's New Upper West Side Branch

    Families and eaters with young-at-heart palates rejoice: Michael Chernow and chef Daniel Holzman have opened the sixth outpost of their monstrously popular meatball-centric eatery The Meatball Shop (447 Amsterdam Avenue, 212-422-1752). Just how popular is it? Enough that people were willing to brave ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 17, 2014

    Houdini Kitchen Laboratory's Habanera Pizza, One of Our 100 Favorite Dishes

    Dish no. 73: Habanera pizza at Houdini Kitchen Laboratory (1563 Decatur Street, Ridgewood; 718-456-3770)

  • Dining

    July 16, 2014
  • Blogs

    July 16, 2014

    Calliope's Transition Into Contrada Is Nearly Complete

    For the two years that Calliope held down its corner of the East Village, Eric Korsh and Ginevra Iverson built a following for their charming French cooking. Via that menu, they became so synonymous with the restaurant that when they split from the business earlier this year, remaining owner Eric An ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 15, 2014

    The Five Best Steakhouse Sides in NYC

    Steaks are big business: Sparks, famous for its strip steak and even more famous for a certain mob hit, posts revenue in the multimillions. But because the best beef is already so expensive, steakhouses don't actually make much profit on the cuts they serve, especially when it comes to dry aged stea ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 15, 2014

    Reappearing Act: Michael Citarella's Journey to the Kitchen at the Monarch Room

    Several years into a career that included stops through storied kitchens like Daniel, Tabla, and Lespinasse, and then a role commanding the back of the house at Freeman's, Michael Citarella disappeared, exiting the industry altogether, it seemed, back in 2009.

  • Blogs

    July 14, 2014

    The 10 Best Steakhouses in NYC

    Kept alive by nearly two centuries of chewing carnivores, the New York City steakhouse defiantly broils on. Classic steakhouses, like Peter Luger and Keens, enjoy a certain amount of stability not common in the current dining climate, where even the most exciting chef-driven small plates tasting cou ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 14, 2014

    How to Order Vegetarian at Chicken Emporium Pies 'N' Thighs

    The Veggielante [http://blogs.villagevoice.com/forkintheroad/veggielante/] is on a mission to spread the word about places to order good, meatless grub. Check out this week's pick. Destination: Pies 'n' Thighs (166 South Fourth Street, 347-529-6090) Neighborhood: Williamsburg Cuisine: Southern co ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 11, 2014

    Four Restaurants That Opened in NYC This Week

    When one restaurant's doors close, another restaurant's doors open in fast-paced New York City, and every Friday, we'll fill you in on what opened up around town this week. This week: two sisters bring their mother's dumpling recipe to the East Village, a pasta shop takes over Bushwick, and the coup ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 11, 2014

    Cafe Sabarsky's Marillenpalatschinken, One of Our 100 Favorite Dishes

    Dish no. 77: Marillenpalatschinken at Café Sabarsky (1048 Fifth Avenue, 212-288-0665)

  • Blogs

    July 11, 2014

    Find Sandwiches, Coffee, and Bacon Jam at Greenpoint's Littleneck Outpost

    Aaron Lefkove insists that when he and Andy Curtin opened Littleneck in Gowanus three years ago, a second location was not part of the plan. But after that place became a neighborhood staple (and good reason to trvel to the neighborhood for people who live in other parts of NYC), the partners began ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 10, 2014

    Find Georgian Food in Manhattan at Old Tbilisi Garden

    A geographic crossroads of flavors and culture, the small country of Georgia is a hotbed for unique foods -- here, the hearty stews of Eastern Europe meet the spices of the Middle East and the subtle breeze of Mediterranean flavor via the Black Sea. New York City has a small concentration of Georgia ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 10, 2014

    Bunna Cafe's Feast for Two, One of Our 100 Favorite Dishes

    Dish no. 78: Feast for two at Bunna Cafe (1084 Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn, 347-295-2227)

  • Dining

    July 9, 2014
  • Blogs

    July 9, 2014

    Here's Hole in the Wall, a New Worthy Coffeeshop in Midtown

    The aptly named Hole in the Wall (420 Fifth Avenue) coffee shop builds on several themes of New York's coffee growth in the last couple years: the proliferation of quality java spots in midtown and the dominance of Aussies opening them. In addition, the café may be continuing the trend of closet-si ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 9, 2014

    Charlie Palmer Divulges Details on a Trifecta of Upcoming Projects

    If you've felt like Charlie Palmer's been a little more prevalent in the news lately than normal, it's because he has a trifecta of concepts about to come to fruition in this city, at least one of which has been in the hopper for a couple of years. This month, he'll open Crimson & Rye, a midtown coc ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 8, 2014

    An Early Look at the Reprise of Cafe Noir

    How attached were you to the original Cafe Noir (35 Lispenard Street, 212-431-7910), a bistro that held its Soho slot for for nearly two decades before succumbing to a lease dispute? Because if you spent dozens of nights or days huddled at a table or staring out the massive front windows at that nei ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 8, 2014

    Cheesecake Boss: Alan Rosen Recounts Three Generations of Junior's History

    Sixty-four years ago, Junior's (386 Flatbush Avenue Extension, Brooklyn, 718-852-5257) owner Alan Rosen's grandfather Harry decided he was going to open a restaurant that served great cheesecake. So he went to a number of restaurants lauded for their baked goods, bought cakes, and took them to his b ... More >>

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