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A snapshot of the restaurant world in summer 2009.
The San Fran transplant and James Beard winner is teaming up with the downtown denizen. Buzz is guaranteed.
The West Coast favorite has an East End pop-up, and we’ve got the menu.
Aspiring food-truckers beware: Some trucks fail.
From finding a vehicle to picking a parking spot.
Café Boulud, Chanterelle, and others will take some time off at the end of summer.
From Mandy Patinkin to a young Steve Martin, all the Frank Bruni look-alikes you can handle.
Tips and tricks for keeping New York’s hottest new gastrolounge off your block.
For those who simply cannot wait until Friday for ‘Julie & Julia,’ tickets for 12:01 a.m. Thursday night are still available!
’Publishers Weekly’ posts a contemporary photo of the departing ‘Times’ critic.
We’re fat because we don’t cook, according to Michael Pollan’s long and winding essay in this weeks’ ‘New York Times Magazine.
I Still Ate It and other newbies on the Internet are sure to leave a mark on your productivity.
Look for a “raw bar, smaller menu, [and] lots of sharing.”
We get restaurant recommendations from all over the country.
Thirty-one toppings on a single sandwich? You have our attention.
Andrew Carmellini brings back his world-class fried chicken at Locanda Verde.
Jeffrey Chodorow throws in the towel at Ono and contemplates turning it into an izakaya.
We preview the fall nightlife scene at the Standard Hotel, Abe & Arthur’s, and Provocateur.
David Chang discusses the year of experimentation that went into Momofuku Noodle Bar’s new dinner item.