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A restaurant chain is nixing the term from its menu, and others should follow.
A diner’s dozen.
A new lawsuit aims to shut down the copycat.
Murasaki and Okinawan sweet potatoes are boiled, smoked, smashed, and deep-fried, then draped in two Peruvian-inspired sauces and pickled peppers.
“My glasses wouldn’t say on, they were slipping down by face every other minute,” says the fan-favorite.
Sauternes: Great with Twinkies and with foie gras.
Jordan’s government accused them of inciting sectarian strife.
The top pizzas, sandwiches, dishes, and desserts of 2018, ranked.
Odo will offer dishes like washugyu rib eye with sansho-soy sauce.
Food that manages to be gorgeous without resorting to gimmicks.
Under a new pay model, employees have seen their earnings fall by half or more.
A year after allegations against him emerged, anyone who eats at Babbo is still filling his pockets.
Julie Reiner’s destination bar ushered in New York mixology’s golden age.
The chef is looking for a new space for the restaurant.
It’s our weekly ranking of the city’s most important restaurants.
“That’s crazy talk!”
The restaurant will host its last night of service on New Year’s Eve.
2 Dope Queens, local beer and cider, and a celebration of the Dude.
Grub Street has gift ideas for ramen fans, rosé lovers, and plenty more.
Little Caesars has answered our collective prayers.
They’re outdated. They’re discriminatory. And they aren’t going anywhere.
She succeeds Michael Bauer, who retired earlier this year.
A home for festive Korean barbecue, hangover-curing Cubanos, and red sauce both retro and refined.
You can even dunk them.
Every local transit system is banning alcohol on Saturday.
If it’s implemented at Whole Foods, employees’ worst fears would be confirmed.
It’s a scourge that must be stopped.
Apparently it’s “too smelly” and “bad for the environment.”
The owners recruited the baker behind the much-loved, shuttered SCRATCHbread.
Prospect Heights now has another ambitious, polished dining room to call its own.
The talented young chef Diego Garcia and a $30 million space aren’t quite enough to revitalize a relocated restaurant.
Making chocolate houses all day is a lot harder than you might think.
Your food agenda for the month.
Sales have soared following the romaine E. coli outbreak.
“Grazing is just an incredible way to eat anytime.”
She’s the first female chef in America to earn three stars.
Here’s how the show’s winners handle their newfound culinary fame.
Shave and save!
From a massive latke festival at the Brooklyn Museum to overflowing platters from our favorite delis.
Holiday oddities, motorcycles, and an IRL radio show.
Now you’ll have to go to the library to watch it.
Pabst is back, baby.
Fire & Water is two restaurants in one.
Brooklyn’s lizzyoung bookseller is stacked with new and old books as well as the complete archives of M.F.K Fisher.
New York highlights include Atomix, Don Angie, and Misi.
Big houses, rich hummus, juicy burgers, and plenty of options for brunch.
This is way too much cheese.
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“Even if a policy seems neutral in theory, it can be racially exclusionary in practice.”
For his disaster relief work with World Central Kitchen.