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Joe Doe

  • Blogs

    March 13, 2014

    Six NYC Restaurant Versions of Treats You Loved as a Kid

    There was once a simpler time. A time when instead of finding satisfaction in a craft brew or the truffle supplement, you had Mondo and PB Maxx. And while those old school treats have been discontinued, nostalgia never dies, and even fancy chefs pay attention. Here are six restaurant versions of tr ... More >>

  • Dining

    February 1, 2012

    French Dip, Once Hip

    The past and present of a legendary soggy sandwich

  • Blogs

    January 12, 2012

    The Hot Obama at Joe Doe

    ​The hot obama is served, not in a long black stretch limo, but in a mason jar with a handle. The vessel is kinda like one of those Pope bubble cars. You've enjoyed the fried chicken at Obama Flavor (now sadly closed), now try the Hot Obama at Joe Doe, a restaurant that describes its food a ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 30, 2010

    JoeDoe Re-Creates Dunkin' Donuts' Sausage-Pancake Bites

    JoeDoe makes Dunkin' Donuts Sausage Pancake Balls! from Jena Steinbach on Vimeo. There's hope for those who crave the intimate congress of sausage and pancake batter but were, like us, underwhelmed by Dunkin' Donuts' benighted sausage-pancake bites. It comes courtesy of Joe Doe proprietor Joe Dobi ... More >>

  • Dining

    June 15, 2010

    Ryan Skeen Takes His Twitter Fingers to Harlem

    5 & Diamond is the peripatetic chef's latest outpost

  • Blogs

    October 20, 2009

    Mob Hitman Turns Against Mob, Heterosexuality

    ​Robert Mormando came out twice in court yesterday. First he revealed that he had abandoned his membership in the Mafia. Then he said he was gay. This was during Mormando's sentencing for his involvement in the shooting of Angelo Mugnolo, a Queens bagel store owner, in 2003, which Mugnolo sur ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 28, 2009

    Fried Pickles Take Manhattan (& Queens); Whole Foods UWS Opens with a Protest

    ​The Fruit Hunters by Adam Leith Gollner will be turned into a movie. Yung Chang, who directed the 2007 film Up the Yangtze, is adapting the book as part of a program at the Canadian Film Center. [NY Times] Fried pickles are cropping up on menus around the country. In New York, you can find f ... More >>

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