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Bay Ridge

  1. Video Feed
    Watch Mario Batali and Jimmy Fallon Pal Around on the High LineThey’re just a couple of guys seeing the sights, playing some mini golf.
  2. Coming Soon
    Zito’s Sandwich Shoppe Headed to Bay RidgeThe arancini are already cooking.
  3. Closed
    Park Slope Leske’s Bakery Outpost ClosesThe Bay Ridge original is still open.
  4. Obits
    Embers Steakhouse Founder Lou Rocanelli Has DiedThe restaurant had been billed the “poor man’s Peter Luger.”
  5. Openings
    Robicellis Bring Cupcakes Back to Bay RidgeThe cupcake power couple has opened a retail store.
  6. Hinsch's Unplugged
    Hinsch’s in Bay Ridge Loses Iconic Neon SignageThe old marquee was damaged during cleaning.
  7. Name Changes
    Hinsch in Bay Ridge Now Called ‘Mike’s Hinsch’Changes at the Bay Ridge luncheonette.
  8. Never Mind
    Hinsch’s in Bay Ridge Will Remain Open, Expand HoursThe luncheonette, which was always cool, will try to be cooler.
  9. Closings
    Hinsch’s in Bay Ridge Is Really, Truly Closing in MarchBay Ridge will have no more egg creams.
  10. Openings
    What to Eat at Vicolo, Bringing Wood-Fired-Oven Pizza to Bay Ridge TodayWood-fired pizza from a L’asso pie-maker and a full menu from an antipasti man.
  11. Tears For Beer Gardens
    Bay Ridge Bar Owner Hopes to Ensnare ‘Hipsters’ With TattooWinds of change.
  12. Reopenings
    Leske’s Bakery Gets a New Lease (on Life) This WeekThe Bay Ridge favorite shuttered over a year ago but will reopen Wednesday under new ownership.
  13. Bookshelf
    Kibbeh Time: Tanoreen Scores a Cookbook DealPeople who care about hummus care about the Bay Ridge restaurant.
  14. Openings,
    What to Eat at Gold Coast Delicatessen, Now Serving Pastrami in Bay RidgeThe Delicatessen serves not only corned beef, but chili made with grass-fed beef.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Half-Off Lunch at Osteria Morini; Beer Table Arriving in Grand CentralPlus: a candlelit Earth Day dinner, a guacamole contest, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  16. Openings
    Bagel Schmagel Brings ‘Paulie D’ Sandwiches to Bay Ridge This WeekAt Bay Ridge’s new bagel store, the cream cheese takes its inspiration from Cold Stone Creamery.
  17. Openings
    Bay Ridge Deli Will Be Kinda Like Katz’sMore details on the deli from Ted Nugent’s son Ted Mann.
  18. Openings
    Fro–Yo Swirls in Bay RidgeThe fro-yo revival continues.
  19. Trimmings
    We’ve Discovered the Bar From Lüchow’s in a Latin Nightclub inNot only that, but other parts of the legendary restaurant’s bar are for sale.
  20. Slideshow
    Battle of the Beans: Illy Set to Square Off Against Nespresso on Prince StreetNespresso finally opens its Soho boutique, and another European coffee brand is on its way.
  21. Slideshow
    First Look: Bab al Yemen, Where the Devout Can Enter Through a BackdoorA rare Yemeni restaurant with curtained booths, so women can dine without being disturbed by rowdy men.
  22. Trimmings
    Mezcal’s to Steinbrenner: ‘¡I Love You!’The latest inductee in the Museum of WTF Restaurant Art.
  23. Crime Scenes
    Bay Ridge Brawler Is Off the HookCharges are dropped against a fireman accused of roughing up patrons at the Salty Dog.
  24. Contests
    Eat an Eighteen-Inch Pie in Eight Minutes and It’s FreeThe latest gross-out challenge.
  25. Crime Scenes
    Traffic Cop Gets ‘Sliced’Assault with a deadly pizza?
  26. In the Magazine
    Food in the AughtsAlso in the magazine this week: where to buy macarons, and Tanoreen’s new home.
  27. Neighborhood Watch
    Le Cirque Gives Away Fried Chicken; Crumbs Opens (Another) Shop in MidtownPlus: Artisanal kimchee at Marlow & Sons, and a meet-and-greet tonight for the Bay Ridge Co-op, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  28. Neighborhood Watch
    Motorino Expands Hours; Robicelli’s Market ClosesPlus: Isaac Mizrahi’s Mushroom Truffle Spaghetti served at Saks, and a mystery beer tasting in Park Slope, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  29. Neighborhood Watch
    Melt Café Gives Away Gelato; Dokebi Does Korean TacosPlus: Free Red Pepper Velvet Cake in the East Village, and Magnolia Bakery’s pumpkin cheesecake, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  30. What to Drink
    Why Isn’t Butterbeer the New White Russian?Harry Potter’s favorite booze is, however, available in cupcake form.
  31. Openings
    Outer-Borough OutingsOur roundup of six recent bar openings includes new spots in Bay Ridge and Bed-Stuy.
  32. Mediavore
    Bouley Laughs in Face of Financial Crisis; a Greenmarket Will Grow in Bay RidgeWhy Jacques Pépin is the best chef on TV, plus the push for cheap food, from our glance at the morning headlines.
  33. Neighborhood Watch
    Miss Favela Sambas Into Williamsburg; Q&A With Gordon Ramsay’s NYC Go-ToGramercy’s latest BYO spot, and why you should buy your BBQ Block Party fast passes now, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  34. NewsFeed
    Brooklyn Needs Its Supermarkets, and BadlySure, that Key Food in your neighborhood is a joke — until it closes down and you have nowhere else to go.
  35. Mediavore
    John McCain Likes Pepperoni Slices; Hung’s First PassoverJohn McCain enjoys a slice in Brooklyn, chef Hung Huynh learns a thing or two about matzo, and junk fish get its day in the sun.
  36. Neighborhood Watch
    Spring Brings Openings to Brooklyn; a $5 Soda in Brooklyn?A sister to the Smoke Joint, a way-overpriced soda, and “workingman’s tapas” come to Red Hook.
  37. Neighborhood Watch
    Gyros Make It to Bay Ridge; Tater-Tot Crisis in WilliamsburgGyros in Bay Ridge, a tater-tot crisis in Williamsburg, and a bold assertion in the thin-mint-cookie department.
  38. Neighborhood Watch
    Don’t Skip the Bread at Commerce; Oh, Yoko, Save Café La Fortuna!Bay Ridge: One of the city’s greenest cake shops, Little Cupcake Bake Shop, actually makes awesome cupcakes, too. [NewYorkology] Carroll Gardens: Frankies’ third location is sizable, but still at least a few months from being completed. [Eater] Upper West Side: Blossom at 466 Columbus Avenue is a candlelit vegan restaurant with a fireplace. [Gridskipper] Former John Lennon and Yoko Ono favorite Café La Fortuna is closing this Sunday. [Lost City] West Village: At newly opened Commerce, Andrea Strong “had the bread basket of the century,” which included “about a half-dozen types of bread, all fresh baked in house that morning. There was a buttery mini brioche, an sourdough olive roll the shape of a fat bullet, a ciabatta and a sesame roll, and my favorite, and one that I think they should turn into a bar snack with mustards and cheese—the soft malt pretzel.” Sounds like a good start. [The Strong Buzz]
  39. NewsFeed
    Tanoreen Set to Expand to Twice Its Present Size, Still in Bay Ridge When Tanoreen topped our Cheap Eats list last year, it was a sign of favor that was bound to send more customers out to Bay Ridge. Inevitably, Tanoreen has decided to expand to accommodate all its new admirers, acquiring the lease on a nearby space twice its size. “We’re really tight on the weekend, and our lease is up. So now is the time to make the step,” chef-owner Rawia Bishara tells us. “It will be four to five months, but we won’t be closing; we’re going to move right from the one location to the other one in late spring.” So while you still have to go out to Bay Ridge, at least you’ll get a table.
  40. User's Guide
    Take the Cab to Deepest Brooklyn for Restaurant WeekThe bargains at Brooklyn Restaurant Week, which starts this Monday, aren’t quite as overwhelming as the Manhattan version. The deal is the same — three courses for only $21.12 at any of the listed restaurants — but few of these places are hugely expensive to begin with. Look at it this way: What you save will cover the cab fare. What follows are a few of the more far-flung Xs on our own personal Brooklyn treasure map. Generally, these aren’t destination restaurants, but this week they should be.
  41. Back of the House
    Mmm, Whale Sashimi; Check Your Pants at the DoorOne of the Times’ ever-ambivalent world travelers goes to Japan. But if eating whale sashimi is wrong, he doesn’t want to be right. [NYT] Noho is for pedestrians: a helpful guide to its restaurants. [NYT] Related: Our Noho lunch spots. [Grub Street] Secrets of a hat-check person, revealed. It turns out women are checking not only their coats but also their pants. [NYP]
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