It’s Friday afternoon, which means it’s high time for a look back at the week that was.
Because we’re cheap bastards, a Battle of the $1 Pizza.
Here’s a fond look back at five Brooklyn restaurants that are dead and gone, but not forgotten.
Marcus Samuelsson talks about the Red Rooster, comfort food, and Food Republic.
The Daily Shot: Colonie’s bergamot margarita.
10 foods not to order on a first date. Hint: asparagus.
Praise the lord: Another season of Top Chef has drawn to a close.
Café Kristall’s Leo Schneemann talks about the world of Austrian wine that exists beyond Grüner.
The real meaning of hot cross buns.
The early word on Oxley’s Carvery.
Certain parts of Queens are looking a little more like certain parts of Brooklyn.
A bunch of photos of the wonderful food at Choice Eats.
Steve’s Ice Cream is being reborn in the old Blue Marble space, and giving its mix-ins the Brooklyn artisanal treatment.
Crif Dogs has gone legit in Williamsburg and added a breakfast menu.
Coolhaus is making New York a pit stop on its road to cross-country domination.
Make the salt cod fritters with caper aioli that Guillaume Thivet serves at Cadaqués.
Sockerbit has arrived!
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on April 1, 2011