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Day Of The Dead

  1. Grub Guides
    Twelve Places to Celebrate Día de Muertos in New YorkGran Electrica, Fonda, and Salvation Taco are throwing parties.
  2. Day of the Dead
    Now Today’s a Day That Really Brings the Living and the Dead TogetherDay of the Dead foods can be found all over Chicago.
  3. Grub Guide
    Five Tantalizing Tasting Menus to Check Out This WeekHere’s more reasons to dine in the burbs, eat game, and get in touch with autumn harvest.
  4. Foodievents
    Where to Go For Tricks and TreatsRestaurants get in on the spirit of Halloween.
  5. User's Guide
    Where to Eat and Drink for Dia de los MuertosFour activities to keep you from robbing fruit from off our relatives’ graves.
  6. Funnies
    Daily Dish Already Decorating for Dia de los MuertosThe L.A. Times’ food blog jumps the gun a little on L.A. food writers’ favorite holiday.
  7. Foodievents
    Where to Eat and Drink For Day of the DeadWith Halloween over already, what’s a ghoul to do?
  8. User's Guide
    Where To Get Fed For Day of the DeadSeven celebrations and one drink recipe from The Varnish help the concept of death go down a little smoother.
  9. User's Guide
    How to Eat Better Than the Dead for Dia de los MuertosWhere to eat during Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos.
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Day of the Dead in Midtown; Smoked Fish and Bagels Almost Ready to Eat inBoerum Hill: Now that Trout has taken over Gravy, the new menu is not surprisingly chock-full of fish dishes. [Bergen Carroll] Midtown East: Richard Sandoval’s restaurants including Pampano are celebrating Day of the Dead through November 2 with specialty foods like pan de muertos, which is a sweet bread that’s baked to look like a skull! [Grub Street] Midtown West: At convivial spot La Bonne Soup, which has been a French staple on West 55th Street since 1974, you can have a soup, salad, bread, dessert, and a glass of wine for $16.75, only slightly more than half the price of lunch at Jean Georges. [Lost City] Nolita: D.J. Mark Ronson has designed a playlist specifically for Noble Food & Wine. Dinner gets it own soundtrack. [Down by the Hipster] Tribeca: A Murray’s Bagel partner is opening Original Zucker’s Bagels & Smoked Fish on Chambers Street at the end of November. [NYS] Upper West Side: The Triad Theater is now promoting a new musical called Wine Lover. The audience will sample six wines throughout the performance. [Snack]