Cooks have left jobs at the NoMad, Locanda Verde, and Daniel to work at the bakery.
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Lattes, cocktails, pastries, and more.
Butchers, bakers, pickle-makers, and spice merchants.
It¹s no longer enough to simply shove a scoop of artisanal ice cream between two cookies and call it a day.
Plus, Jell-O shots at the Meatball Shop, beer made with coffee, an homage to Fifty Cent, and more in today's leftovers.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime holiday.
New York is experiencing something of a rye revival.
The bread is still baking in Brooklyn, however.
The Smith Street bakery's Christopher Street location remains closed.
Our town’s artisanal bakers have been busy giving the pastry a gourmet upgrade, and the time for a full-fledged renaissance has arrived.
The bakery is launching a regular weekend pop-up marketplace for its loaves.
It’s not just for dessert anymore.
Photographer Melanie Dunea Celebrates Her Birthday With Lots of Fantastic Restaurant Dinners — and a Piñata!
"My neighbors and I drank Champagne and annihilated the piñata, and then rushed off to Mission Chinese for dinner."
Plus: sandwiches at Bien Cuit, quinoa chocolate bars at Hu Kitchen, and more in our weekly roundup of healthy eats.
Skirt Steak Author Charlotte Druckman Gets Barney Greengrass Delivered, Eats Rice Pudding at Midnight
Also, she fights her way through a nasty cold with anchovies on toast and a lot of gelato.
Plus: Ben and Jack's Steakhouse will reopen in a brand-new space, and more in today's leftovers.
New Yorkers cleaned up.
Plus, Bien Cuit expands, Toby's Estate Coffee annexes a bit of Union Square, and more in today's leftovers.
"And how did the ground zero of the Brooklyn food explosion land in my neighborhood? I swear, if I can't walk or bike to it, I pretty much don't go."
Plus, Ryan Sutton and Robert Sietsema on La Mar Cebicheria, Lauren Shockey on Redfarm, and more of this week's reviews.