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The Beautiful Ones Find Mixed Pickings at Margaux The Beautiful Ones Find Mixed Pickings at Margaux
Dinner for the birds
, April 02, 2014
You would look pretty in a booth at Margaux. Her jewel-tone green banquettes flirt and flatter, and the polished, gray marble glow of the... More >>
The Mollusks at The Clam Pull You Into the Deep Like an Undertow The Mollusks at The Clam Pull You Into the Deep Like an Undertow
The new West Village eatery features coastal cookery inspired by the Chesapeake Bay
, March 26, 2014
Although they looked at spaces in Brooklyn, it surprised no one that Mike Price and Joey Campanaro would open The Clam — their sequel to Carmine... More >>
Gastropub Lachlan Returns Gwynnett St.'s Spirit to Graham Avenue Gastropub Lachlan Returns Gwynnett St.'s Spirit to Graham Avenue
Neighborhood faire
, March 19, 2014
When Carl McCoy and chef Justin Hilbert opened Gwynnett St. barely two years ago, they took the territory by storm. Theirs was a gastronomic... More >>
At M. Wells Steakhouse in Long Island City, Too Much is Just Enough At M. Wells Steakhouse in Long Island City, Too Much is Just Enough
Chop Shop
, March 12, 2014
At some point during the nearly 30 minutes spent waiting for a repeat order of Hugue Dufour's gargantuan foie gras-stuffed gnocchi, the diners in... More >>
Wilson Tang's Fung Tu Minds Its Manners a Bit Too Much Wilson Tang's Fung Tu Minds Its Manners a Bit Too Much
Chinese-New American restaurant lacks that "something"
, March 05, 2014
At Nom Wah Tea Parlor, Chinatown's oldest dim sum restaurant, your waiter will speak questionable English. He may have stronger command of the... More >>
Mission Cantina Hits the Sweet Spot for Mexico City-Style Tacos Mission Cantina Hits the Sweet Spot for Mexico City-Style Tacos
Danny Bowien's latest venture flaunts from-scratch tortillas
, February 26, 2014
In Mexico City, there are women who spend their lifetimes making tacos. On street corners, in neighborhood markets, in makeshift kitchens, this... More >>
Make Harlem's Mountain Bird a Destination Make Harlem's Mountain Bird a Destination
Visiting Chef Kenichi Tajima's spartan uptown nest
, February 19, 2014
Harlem is in no immediate danger of becoming the next Williamsburg, but as high-rises and Whole Foods sprout in the upper reaches of Manhattan,... More >>
How to Maintain Your Relationship When You Both Work in a Restaurant How to Maintain Your Relationship When You Both Work in a Restaurant
Three restaurant couples tell how they hold it all together
, February 12, 2014
It's the ultimate love story: Two people meet, get married, and open a restaurant. And for those who get to tell such a charmed tale, chances are... More >>
Saul Dazzles on Palate and Plate Saul Dazzles on Palate and Plate
, January 29, 2014
As any pseudo-intellectual can tell you, some questions are best left to the confines of the dorm room. Questions like: "What is art?" "Does art... More >>
Demand More, Harlem! Demand More, Harlem!
The Cecil isn't all that it could be
, January 22, 2014
Set in the ground floor of the old Hotel Cecil, Alexander Smalls and Richard Parsons's new restaurant, The Cecil, neatly follows Harlem's... More >>
Flat Top Brings the Neighborhood to You Flat Top Brings the Neighborhood to You
, January 15, 2014
For chefs and restaurateurs, this truly is a town without pity. Rare is the Gotham restaurant that lasts longer than a mayoral term. Yet even... More >>
Sit and Savor the Night at Piora Sit and Savor the Night at Piora
, January 08, 2014
When the going gets weird, the weird go pro." Our waiter delivers a shot of Hunter S. Thompson and two glasses of Templeton rye, nightcaps to a... More >>
Luksus Unlocks the Symbiosis of Beer and Food Luksus Unlocks the Symbiosis of Beer and Food
, January 01, 2014
Although I've yet to witness throngs of excitable youths galloping down Manhattan Avenue screaming for smørrebrød, maatjes herring in their... More >>
Celebrate the New Year With a Bright, Fizzy Cocktail Celebrate the New Year With a Bright, Fizzy Cocktail
, December 25, 2013
New Year's has been celebrated for nearly, well, forever. Actually four millennia, according to historical records — it began as a Babylonian... More >>
Contra Culture: With Every Sunrise, a Chance for Greatness Contra Culture: With Every Sunrise, a Chance for Greatness
, December 18, 2013
It would be too easy to dismiss the creative forces behind Contra as doe-eyed optimists, its chefs as young punks. But that's the risk Jeremiah... More >>
Animal Instinct: Toro Is a Big, Strong, Virile Beast Animal Instinct: Toro Is a Big, Strong, Virile Beast
, December 11, 2013
In the opening scene of Battlestar Galactica, a striking blonde wearing red (she's actually a robot named "Model Six") enters a space station.... More >>
Shalom Japan Shines Brightest in Subtle Touches Shalom Japan Shines Brightest in Subtle Touches
, November 20, 2013
A funny thing happens when a restaurant favorably pops up in the New York Times, as Shalom Japan did on the eve of my first visit in... More >>
Sandwich Season: Black Tree Blooms With Ingenuity Sandwich Season: Black Tree Blooms With Ingenuity
, October 23, 2013
A few Saturdays ago at Black Tree sandwich shop and bar, a guy asked the bartender to squeeze a lemon into his glass of local Sixpoint Brewery... More >>
Fritzl's Lunch Box Serves Soulful Sandwiches and New Brooklyn Standards in Bushwick Fritzl's Lunch Box Serves Soulful Sandwiches and New Brooklyn Standards in Bushwick
, October 09, 2013
In years past, fine dining was where you'd find fussy waiters chasing your every whim. But these days, even casual restaurants can feel like a... More >>
Dough Loco Revamps the Neighborhood Doughnut Shop Dough Loco Revamps the Neighborhood Doughnut Shop
, September 11, 2013
Swap the Mormon Bible for a spatula and the short-sleeve shirt for chef's whites, and you could call them gastronomic missionaries. In the years... More >>
The Upper East Side Hosts a Conclave of Superlative Sushi Restaurants The Upper East Side Hosts a Conclave of Superlative Sushi Restaurants
, August 14, 2013
With wild bluefin as controversial and rarefied as blood diamonds, good sushi is doomed to be a pursuit of the affluent, and the occasional... More >>
Culinary Crossroads at Cafe Kashkar Culinary Crossroads at Cafe Kashkar

The city's first Uyghur restaurant offers a multicultural menu

, July 17, 2013
Peek through a little archway inside Cafe Kashkar in Brighton Beach, right above a glass display case filled with casserole dishes containing... More >>
New York's Train-Station Food Options Make Waiting Worth It New York's Train-Station Food Options Make Waiting Worth It
, July 03, 2013
Pulsing and frenetic, New York wouldn't feel nearly as crowded without its millions of daily commuters who fill the streets and buildings with... More >>
Demystifying New York's Favorite Mollusk, The Oyster Demystifying New York's Favorite Mollusk, The Oyster
, June 26, 2013
On a recent Friday night, a crowd amasses outside Williamsburg oyster mecca Maison Premiere, smoking their way through a 90-minute wait for a... More >>
Midtown's Sakagura is Literally Underground Midtown's Sakagura is Literally Underground
, June 19, 2013
Even with its inspired izakaya menu and a selection of sake vast enough to rival Tokyo's finest sake bars, the scene at midtown's Sakagura is... More >>
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