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How Good Are Brooklyn's Japanese Noodle Spots? How Good Are Brooklyn's Japanese Noodle Spots?
The ramen ride
, November 21, 2012
In times of stress, the appetite turns to ramen for comfort. By flickering candlelight in a West Village restaurant during the hurricane's... More >>
The Return of M. Wells: Hugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis Move Into MOMA's P.S.1 The Return of M. Wells: Hugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis Move Into MOMA's P.S.1
, November 14, 2012
Shin bones filled with snails and hot marrow. Slabs of blood pudding. Cast-iron buckets of beef broth and onion. Here are the dishes that have... More >>
Bobwhite Gives You the Bird Bobwhite Gives You the Bird
In a nice way, with some Southern cooking
, October 31, 2012
According to the Sibley Field Guide to Birds, the bobwhite is a short, squat member of the quail family, native to the Southeastern United... More >>
Chao Thai Too: Blood Jell-O, Anyone? Chao Thai Too: Blood Jell-O, Anyone?
A spin-off in Elmhurst outdoes the original
, October 17, 2012
Uglier and much bigger than the piranha, the snakehead is a fierce predatory fish native to the rivers of Southeast Asia. Not only does it... More >>
Badgering the Pizza at Nicoletta Badgering the Pizza at Nicoletta
Has Michael White made amends yet?
, October 10, 2012
For three years, chef and Wisconsin native Michael White was the restaurant industry's golden boy. Using Convivio as a springboard, he opened a... More >>
Dive Your Pita into Balkanika's Hell's Kitchen Treats Dive Your Pita into Balkanika's Hell's Kitchen Treats
, September 26, 2012
Like dips? A friend of mine loves them, and she's never happier than when plunging pitas into a bowl of smoky baba ghanoush or spooning some... More >>
Chiapas, NYC at Casa Enrique Chiapas, NYC at Casa Enrique
The city gets some long overdue regional Mexican fare
, September 19, 2012
For two decades, New Yorkers have been digging the regional cooking of Puebla and Guerrero. Sadly, we're missing the food of nearly every other... More >>
Potlikker: The Queen of Quirk Comes to Williamsburg Potlikker: The Queen of Quirk Comes to Williamsburg
A chef returns, just as unpredictable as before
, September 12, 2012
Liza Queen is something of a stunt pilot among chefs, a real risk taker. Eight years ago, when she opened Queen's Hideaway on Greenpoint's... More >>
Ootoya: Yo, Tokyo! Ootoya: Yo, Tokyo!
A Japanese mega-chain invades our fair city
, August 15, 2012
"There are supposed to be 100 of these in Tokyo alone," I mentioned to my Japanese friend as we stood in front of Ootoya, a restaurant on the... More >>
Bring An Umbrella—But Not Your Appetite—to Ken & Cook Bring An Umbrella—But Not Your Appetite—to Ken & Cook
Malbec and eyeliner
, August 08, 2012
Saturday night in Nolita and the elderflower wine spritzers go down like spa water after a massage—hydrating the body, curbing the appetite.... More >>
Hazar: The City's Best Falafel Hazar: The City's Best Falafel
And other pleasures at a Bay Ridge Turkish joint
, August 08, 2012
It's a perennial problem in certain social circles: Where can you dine with a mixed group of vegetarians and carnivores? The meat eaters demand... More >>
Rosemary's Has a Roof Party Rosemary's Has a Roof Party
A new West Villager channels an old West Villager
, August 01, 2012
Forty years ago, an Italian-born chef named Alfredo Viazzi turned his back on the vast vat of tomato sauce that the city's Italian restaurants... More >>
Hillside: Just the Two of Us Hillside: Just the Two of Us
Vinegar Hill House gets a neighbor
, August 01, 2012
"You're waiting for a table next door?" the waitress presumes before even seating you, as if poor Hillside were a frumpy Crawley, called on to... More >>
El Mio Cid: The Sardines of Bushwick El Mio Cid: The Sardines of Bushwick
It's cheap and copious tapas on Starr Street
, July 25, 2012
Although modern tapas bars have achieved wildfire popularity—inspiring all sorts of other pricey small-plate places—old-guard Spanish restaurants... More >>
Arthur on Smith: Mama's Duck-Fat Popcorn Arthur on Smith: Mama's Duck-Fat Popcorn
Joe Isidori brings Italian family cooking back to Carroll Gardens
, July 25, 2012
The neighborhood might be more new Manhattan than old Italian these days, but if you're looking for a chocolate pudding that has been flustered... More >>
Food Gallery 32: Getting Chigae With It Food Gallery 32: Getting Chigae With It
Wild adventures in a Koreatown food court
, July 18, 2012
"Mmm, this gravy is delicious," my Taiwanese-Canadian friend exclaimed as she spooned up giant bites of rice swamped with a savory brown sauce.... More >>
Lick Some Balls at Yunnan Kitchen Lick Some Balls at Yunnan Kitchen
Potato balls, we mean. At a new Lower East Side Dai spot.
, July 11, 2012
Yunnan Kitchen is yet another reimagined Chinese restaurant located on the Lower East Side, and you can be sure there will be more. It somewhat... More >>
Mission Chinese Food: Red Hot in a Pink Glow Mission Chinese Food: Red Hot in a Pink Glow
A San Francisco transplant wows the city's gastro-cognoscenti
, July 04, 2012
The advent of Mission Chinese Food on Orchard Street in May was one of the prime events of the season and ushered in an era of good feeling that... More >>
Foragers City Table: Something's in Store for You Foragers City Table: Something's in Store for You
A Chelsea artisanal grocery serves up dinner
, July 04, 2012
A little girl is standing at the entrance to Foragers City Table and reading the menu to her father as he taps away on his BlackBerry. "Hey,... More >>
Bay Ridge Joins the Arab Peninsula Bay Ridge Joins the Arab Peninsula
A Yemeni café brings the nabe its home-style eats
, June 27, 2012
In the 1890s, Atlantic Avenue south of Brooklyn Heights became the center of the city's burgeoning Arab population. The original residents were... More >>
Reynards: The Wythe Man's Burden Reynards: The Wythe Man's Burden
Can Andrew Tarlow find Brooklyn success yet again?
, June 27, 2012
Brooklyn at dusk. The sky stretched out like a neon T-shirt. Beautiful women in red lips and men in vintage eyeglasses lounge in a converted... More >>
Pete Zaaz: The Spud's No Dud, Bud Pete Zaaz: The Spud's No Dud, Bud
A Crown Heights pizzeria challenges the traditional pie
, June 20, 2012
For the first century of its existence as an iconic New York food, pizza was easy to define: crust, tomato sauce, cheese. Sure, there were... More >>
Landbrot: Bread Lines in West Village! Landbrot: Bread Lines in West Village!
Loaf around all day at a German bakery-café
, June 20, 2012
It's an unsettling start to the summer when the phrase "zombie apocalypse" is tossed about so often, followed by nervous laughter. But there's... More >>
Boukiés: Greek Unorthodox Boukiés: Greek Unorthodox
An East 2nd Street space stays in the Euro zone
, June 06, 2012
The previous tenant in the sprawling corner space at Second Avenue and 2nd Street was Heartbreak. True to its name, the place closed two days... More >>
Is Sao Mai Our Best Vietnamese Restaurant? Is Sao Mai Our Best Vietnamese Restaurant?
Take First Avenue to Hanoi
, May 30, 2012
No cuisine is as obsessed with fresh herbs as Vietnamese. Take the papaya salad ($8.50) at Sao Mai. In the moist toss of pale green fruit and... More >>
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