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The second time's a charm.
The new spot opens on 26th Street tonight.
Tables at Lowcountry, Hundred Acres, David Burke Kitchen; Later Tonight on at Blue Smoke, Red Rooster
It’s 4 p.m. and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: Comfort Food.
And more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
It's 4 p.m., and that means it's time to play Two for Eight. Today: Comfort Food.
Plus: how to distinguish your heritage breeds, nose-to-tail with April Bloomfield, and more from this week's 'New York.'
Char No. 4 introduces a Texas-style chili special for the chilly months.
Concerts and dance parties where Fatty 'Cue, Dinosaur, and others are bringing the food.
Oliveto chef Paul Canales explains the secret of their local squab, which never leaves the menu.
"It's a lamb shoulder that he puts in a brine and is cooked like a regular pastrami in a smoker. Matt named his smoker, it's called Gus."
The American Institutes of Architects/Los Angeles announces this year's finalists in their annual restaurant-design awards.
The Locanda Verde chef sits down with some of his former employees in a new episode of "Muchies."
Oceana, Char No. 4, and Brooklyn Social open outdoor spaces.
Also in the magazine this week: Game-Bird Night at Char No. 4.
Also in this week's magazine: Ron Perelman does Mexican in the Hamptons, and Char No. 4 unveils a BBQ plate.
Make a bet, or some Malbec.
Plus: Danyelle Freeman on Rouge Tomate, Alan Richman on A Voce, and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.