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Brooklyn

  1. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Places to Drink Cider in New YorkThe city’s premier spots for pairing fermented juice with mapo tofu, Basque-inspired suppers, and cheese fondue.
  2. cooking
    Where to Find a Mind-blowing Bone Marrow–and–Burrata RotiAt Alta Calidad, chef Akhtar Nawab combines Indian, Mexican, and European influence into one spectacular roti.
  3. closings
    In Loving Memory of Saltie, a Sandwich Shop That Never Got StaleLong past the point where other operators might have started phoning it in, Saltie maintained a consistent level of quality and continued to innovate.
  4. openings
    Fausto Opens in Old Franny’s Space This WeekExpect housemade pasta, wood-fired main courses, and a serious wine program.
  5. scandals
    Park Slope Food Coop Staffers in Trouble for Taking a ‘Work Trip’ to ParisMembers say they were treated to a PowerPoint full of “vacation photos.”
  6. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Restaurants Near Barclays CenterWorld-class pizza, pastrami, and pork buns only blocks away.
  7. the grub street diet
    Homer Murray Has Very Strong Feelings About Peanut M&M’s“People shouldn’t be able to engage in society if they don’t like peanut M&M’s.”
  8. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Jerk Chicken in New YorkYou can find the city’s finest renditions grilled, baked, and even in a salad.
  9. openings
    Dumbo’s Celestine Serves Up East River Views and Pan-Mediterranean FareIt’s the new venture from the team behind Brooklyn’s Grand Army bar.
  10. school lunches
    There’s Now an All-Vegetarian School in BrooklynImpressively, this is a student-driven endeavor.
  11. controversies
    The Fake-Bullet-Hole Bar Finally Took Down Its Controversial WallThe owner had refused to, despite demands from locals since July.
  12. interviews
    Reynard’s New Chef Is Retooling Both the Restaurant’s Food and Its CultureChristina Lecki strives to emulate Chez Panisse and River Café and make the Brooklyn restaurant a “little slower, a little more simplistic.”
  13. shopping
    These Burgeoning Supermarkets Are a Mirror of Immigrant New YorkOne-stop shopping for the city’s eclectic appetites.
  14. openings
    Inside Ugly Baby, Where an Acclaimed Thai Chef Is Cooking Once AgainThe brand-new Carroll Gardens restaurant is the successor to Chiang Mai and Kao Soy.
  15. a quick one
    Old-world Kvass Gets a Fresh Brooklyn Spin at Honey’sCo-owner Raphael Lyon has had a decade-long obsession with the ancient Russian beverage kvass.
  16. collaborations
    A New Brooklyn Gallery Gives Chefs a Stage to ExperimentWifey, a pop-up in Park Slope, brings together all-stars Karen DeMasco, Pam Yung, and Natasha Pickowicz.
  17. openings
    First Look at Claro, a Oaxacan-Inspired Restaurant in GowanusTwo Union Square Cafe alums focus on goat barbacoa, antojitos, and moles.
  18. openings
    Maialino Vet Chris McDade Brings ‘Hot Chicken’ Milanese to BrooklynPopina will specialize in southern and Italian, not Southern Italian.
  19. original video
    Check Out the View at New York’s Best Rooftop BarLearn why Westlight, on the 22nd floor of the William Vale hotel in Williamsburg, is New York’s top pick.
  20. closings
    Franny’s, One of Brooklyn’s Most Cherished Restaurants, Will CloseThe pizza destination’s final night of service will be August 20.
  21. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Bar in BushwickSlices of calm and creativity in the party-hard neighborhood.
  22. openings
    One of NYC’s Most Popular Summer Bars Is Expanding With Two New Oyster SpotsIsland Oyster and Pilot are your new seafood and day-drinking destinations.
  23. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Brunch in New YorkPlaces that expertly mix leisurely vibes, great drinks, and a mind-boggling array of eggs.
  24. openings
    A Charming New Brooklyn Restaurant Specializes in Modern Middle Eastern FoodThe chef at Miss Ada worked at Lupa, Gramercy Tavern, and other New York classics.
  25. food talk
    Historic Building Once Home to Gage & Tollner Will Host a Series of Food PanelsThe first is on May 24.
  26. This Is How the Best Cake in New York Is Made▶️ The best sugar high you can find.
  27. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Restaurants for Jury-Duty Lunch Breaks in BrooklynReward yourself for doing your civic duty.
  28. lawsuits
    Brooklyn Graffiti Artists Claim McDonald’s Stole Their Work to Sell BurgersThey’re threatening to sue the chain for putting their art in a new ad.
  29. urban gardens
    Hippest Brooklyn Condo Yet Comes With Rooftop FarmlandThe new luxury building by Barclays is renting plots to residents and nearby restaurant Olmsted.
  30. The Absolute Best Bar in Bed-StuyFrom an eclectic jazz haunt to a classic dive.
  31. bad ideas
    New York’s First BrunchCon Was a Drunken HellscapeTrash everywhere, pregnant women pushed, and others left asking where to actually find brunch.
  32. tributes
    The Supermarket Where Biggie Smalls Worked Gave Away ‘Biggie Bags’ YesterdayThe family-owned store wanted to pay tribute to the legacy of its most famous employee.
  33. brain freeze
    This Frozen Drink Embraces Bartending’s Recent Past, As Well As Its FutureThe so-called Penichillin is the star drink at a casual Brooklyn bar run by a team of very serious cocktail experts.
  34. openings
    What to Eat at A&E Supply Co., Opening Tonight for DinnerExpect burgers, a “steak o’ the day,” and chicken nugget gnocchi.
  35. foodievents
    Chefs From Egg and Franny’s Are Hosting a Fundraiser to Support RefugeesThe event takes place on Wednesday, February 15.
  36. How Does a Neighborhood Restaurant Keep Locals Happy After National Acclaim?The chef-owners of Rose’s Luxury and Olmsted — who are cooking together at the latter tonight — discuss.
  37. making america great again
    Restaurant Reminds Guests Immigrants Make America Great and Also Cook Their FoodIt stuck a line on receipts that says, “Immigrants make America great (they also cooked your food and served you today).”
  38. the new york diet
    Olmsted Chef Greg Baxtrom Unwinds With Charcuterie and Cartoons“I have leftover charcuterie at home, so I basically eat charcuterie before I go out for more charcuterie.”
  39. video feed
    Restaurant Workers Fight Off Knife-Wielding Robber With Soup Ladle“We don’t only have knives, but we have hot oil,” the owner warns.
  40. not portlandia
    Park Slope Co-op Busts Members for Allegedly Stealing $18,000 Worth of GroceriesPeople involved the cops despite not agreeing “with all aspects of the criminal justice system.”
  41. chef shuffle
    Chef Damon Wise Has Taken Over the Kitchen at Maison Premiere and SauvageThe trendy Brooklyn spots landed a big name.
  42. A U.S. Marshal Pulled His Gun on a McDonald’s CashierPolice say he thought the food was taking too long, so he involved his service weapon.
  43. closings
    Luksus, the Michelin-Starred Restaurant Behind Tørst, Will CloseChef Daniel Burns says he isn’t sure what he’ll do next.
  44. empire building
    Beloved Pie Shop Four & Twenty Blackbirds Continues to Expand in BrooklynA new location will offer counter seating and even beer for the city’s ravenous pie lovers.
  45. news
    Federal Agents Finally Charged Someone in L&B Spumoni Gardens Co-owner’s KillingSo far, it doesn’t look like there were any Mafia ties.
  46. openings
    Introducing the ‘Sophia Loren,’ New York’s Most Elegant New SundaeThe dessert is just one thing you’ll be able to get at Andrew Carmellini’s restaurant Leuca.
  47. openings
    Hart’s, Now Open in Bed-Stuy, Specializes in Simple, Stylish Mediterranean FoodIf you love Wildair, you’ll want to dine here.
  48. the great outdoors
    Brooklyn’s Hottest Restaurant Turned Its Back Garden Into a Cozy Autumn RefugeS’mores from a high-end chef, plus Pendleton blankets and warm cocktails in perfectly mismatched mugs.
  49. encounters
    A Noma Co-founder’s Next Project Is in One of Brooklyn’s Poorest NeighborhoodsClaus Meyer hopes to mentor people and act as a “social philanthropist.”
  50. openings
    Why Bill Murray’s Kid’s New Restaurant Is Worth Taking SeriouslyHomer Murray has paid his dues in a very tough industry.
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