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Bell Book & Candle
The Absolute Best Patty Melt in New York
The ideal is a gooey, greasy, meaty, crisp-but-tender synergistic package.
Bell Book & Candle’s Washington, D.C. Sibling Bidwell Opens Tomorrow
This one’s also got a rooftop garden.
Picnic Opens in the East Village; Project by Project’s Benefit
Plus: the first annual SMOKE@ICC barbecue competition, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
The Other Critics
Sietsema Compares 900 Degrees to Domino’s; Sifton Likes Desmond’s
Plus: Gael Greene disses Duo’s carpaccio, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Maybe Manhattan Isn’t the Best Place to Plant a Garden
“Tables for Two” does not like the roof-to-table movement.
The Case of the Astonishing Alcove
Bell Book & Candle Has a Hidden Room, and Speaking Of …
… now seems like a good time to mention that hidden back room we stumbled onto at Ten Bells.
Bell Book & Candle Launches Brunch
Steak-and-eggs Benedict, French toast with caramelized bananas, and favorites from the dinner menu, like these oysters.
What to Eat at Bell Book & Candle, Opening Tomorrow
Catch a glimpse of the rooftop-to-table restaurant’s interior, plus the full menu.
Maialino’s Hidden Hydro Stash
The Gramercy Park Hotel has a secret garden.
A Preview of New York’s First ‘Rooftop-to-Table’ Restaurant
’Nightline’ visits Bell Book & Candle, coming to the West Village.