How does a chain win over a hip Brooklyn neighborhood? The Duane Reade on Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg has a beer bar that offers growlers of local brews.
Some chefs, like us, have small apartment kitchens. Then there’s Lidia Bastianich, with her large, white cooking haven. She likes an “unfussy” palette, and minimum clutter.
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Suvir Saran, the New Delhi-born executive chef of Dévi, talks to Anderson Cooper about his AIDS/HIV activism.
The dead of winter is the best time to see the Tavern on the Green, which sits empty with nothing but a slow trickle of tourists and a scattering of food trucks outside.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on January 14, 2011