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Which 2020 Candidate’s Comfort Food Is the Most Haunting?
“A BAKED POTATO.”
The Munchie Machine Rolls Out on 4/20
Six grilled sandwiches and even more desserts are on-board.
Critic ‘Pissed Off’ by Brit’s New York Tour
Robert Sietsema lashes out at A.A. Gill, but is it Sietsema who got it wrong?
Progress Reports: Pies-N-Thighs Next Month, Veselka This Year
An update on two much-anticipated, long-delayed projects.
Decade in Review
The Decade In Review, In Review
A summary version of what Time Out Chicago, NewCity, and the Tribune had to say about the last ten years.
Taste Test First & Hope Today
First and Hope holds a public taste test.
Brooklyn Star Gets Beer, Starts Biscuity Brunch
There will even be — yes! — fried chicken.
Dallas BBQ: The Roman Polanski of Restaurants?
Critics are torn about the “barbecue” chain.
Are ‘Foodiots’ the New Foodies? (And Where Did They Come From,
These days, it’s cool to brag about everything you’ve eaten, whether it’s a croquette or a hot pocket.
What to Eat at Rockwell, Open Friday in Los Feliz
Los Feliz has a new two-story cocktail lounge centered around a coral tree.
T.G.I. Friday’s Establishes Penn Station Triangle of Terror
Three locations within the span of a couple of blocks.
What to Eat at Blue Dog Tavern, Soft Open Today in Sherman Oaks
What to expect from Sherman Oak’s new beer and comfort food restaurant.
Cheese at Every Age
Comfort food cravings vary by age, but everyone agrees on cheese.
What to Eat at Michael Psilakis’s Gus & Gabriel Gastropub, Opening
Michael Psilakis and Donatella Arpaia bring comfort cuisine to the Upper West Side.
What to Eat
Dr Pepper Ribs: Lowbrow Despicable or Lowbrow Brilliant?
Josh Ozersky says ribs should never be braised; Ryan Skeen (?) has something to say about that.
Steak Frites Prepares to Go ‘Wholesome American’
The bistro will soon be serving comfort food. Of course there will be a LaFrieda burger.
This Is Why You’re Fat
A new book, by the man who fought big tobacco as FDA commissioner, tells us why we crave Chili’s (wait, we crave Chili’s?).
What to Eat
Doug Psaltis Aims for Fried-Chicken Greatness
He’ll add honey-dipped fried chicken to the menu at Smith’s. Plus, other recent comfort-food options.
Cutlets Catches Heat for Hamburger Hyperbole
Among other things, not everyone thinks Obama should “hamburger-ize” the economy.
Bulk Up for the Recession; Rachael Ray’s Suggestive Video
Tainted Chinese candy shows up in Connecticut, and a woman gets saved by the staff of the River Café, from our glance at the morning headlines.