Our week in food: I headed to a posh Kosher spot in Soho for my weekly review while Robert checked in on Liza Queen in Williamsburg and visited the oddly named Urbanspace Meatpacking, where he found some hits and misses. Did you miss the awesome guest appearance from Nick Greene? Our web editor fi ... More >>
A chef returns, just as unpredictable as before
A marvelous plum salad, for one thing . . . [See More Photos from Robert Sietsema: 5 Amazing Indian Dishes From Deccan Spice | 5 Best Things To Eat at Masak, in the East Village] Liza Queen is one of the city's most unusual chefs. When she opened Queens Hideaway eight years ago on Franklin Avenu ... More >>
Welcome to 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 team.
Lauren ShockeyA salted caramel macaroon from Danny MacaroonsHere at Fork in the Road, we enjoy nothing more than stuffing our faces with food. So, anytime there's a food festival or culinary market, we're there. This past summer marked the launch of Smorgasburg, an outdoor food fest held ev ... More >>
Rebecca Marx This weekend we finally ventured over to Smorgasburg on a hunch that the monstrous crowds that had attended the market's opening had finally abated. They had, and we ate a bunch of stuff.
BravoLike Liza Queen, Leah Cohen is taking what she learned while traveling in Southeast Asia and putting it on people's plates: per Grub Street, the former Top Chef contestant and erstwhile Centro Vinoteca chef is planning to open a restaurant serving "upscale Southeast Asian street food" in ... More >>
The Sunday Night Dinner in AstoriaThose wondering what happened to Liza Queen after she closed the Queens Hideaway in 2008, wonder no more.