This week in food blogs:
Eater rounded up 10 new restaurants worth an outer-borough commute.
Grub Street delved into how much people actually spend at the city’s top restaurants.
CHOW looked at the 11 most ridiculous restaurant-related Facebook groups.
Food Republic shouted out the five greatest dramatic sign-offs. Up there with Lou Gehrig and Nixon? Yep, Sam Sifton.
Zagat Buzz asked if New York City has gone Bloody mad: Apparently, Bloody Mary bars are a thing now.
Diner’s Journal had a mushroom expert answer readers’ burning fungus questions.
Serious Eats listed the best tacos to be found on East 116th Street in Spanish Harlem.
Midtown Lunch offered five New York Comic Con lunch recommendations.
The Strong Buzz wondered, Is Williamsburg the new Manhattan?
Gilt Taste considered the cooking of Andrew Carmellini.
The Feast got excited about fall flavors landing in restaurants around the city.
The Daily Meal gave us 13 food celebrity Halloween masks. Yikes!
Immaculate Infatuation launched its smartphone app.