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Fairway

  1. grocery wars
    Struggling Fairway Opens Its First Store Since Declaring BankruptcyIt’s looking to turn things around after a long decline.
  2. Grocery Wars
    Fairway Market Officially Files for BankruptcyThe company says all of its stores will stay open for the time being.
  3. Struggles
    Things Are Not Looking Good for FairwayThe gourmet grocer’s stock keeps on falling.
  4. Cheese Please
    From Adelegger to Zimbro: 50 Runny, Yummy, Crumbly Cheeses to Eat NowThe current cheesescape, defined.
  5. Openings
    Fairway Market to Open Near World Trade CenterSorry, Whole Foods.
  6. The Grub Street Diet
    Richard Belzer Enjoys Buffalo Burgers, ‘Crêpelike’ Pancakes,“I live in France part of the year, so, you know, I’m a food snob.”
  7. Red Hook
    Food Scene: Pete Wells Takes a Day Trip to Red Hook’s RestaurantsThe waterfront neighborhood is open for business.
  8. Supermarket Sweeps
    Report: Fairway to Present $200 Million IPO Next MonthThe chain is in expansion mode.
  9. Red Hook
    Red Hook’s Sandy-Damaged Fairway Has ReopenedThe grocery store at the end of Van Brunt Street is back in business.
  10. Video Feed
    Take a Look at the Refurbished, Post-Sandy Fairway in Red HookAisle five has been cleaned up, thank you. And widened!
  11. Red Hook
    Red Hook Businesses Are Still Struggling to Reopen After the StormAbout a dozen local food and drink businesses remain closed.
  12. Leftovers
    Bien Cuit Comes to the West Village; Fairway Opens New Branch in Kips BayPlus: Ben and Jack’s Steakhouse will reopen in a brand-new space, and more in today’s leftovers.
  13. Red Hook
    Mayor Bloomberg Met With Red Hook’s Business Owners This AfternoonSpeaker Quinn, too.
  14. Video Feed
    Take a Look Inside the Post-Sandy Red Hook FairwayThe groceries are gone.
  15. Reopenings
    Red Hook Fairway Will Reopen With Second-Floor RestaurantThe grocery store is coming back with a few new features.
  16. Supermarket Sweeps
    Fairway in Red Hook Is Not Giving Away Free FoodThe reports are not true.
  17. Video Feed
    See a Mouse Scamper Through Fairway’s Olive BinsIt would be adorable if it weren’t so disgusting.
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    GoogaMooga Tickets Available Tomorrow; Blue Smoke Marks St. Paddy’s WithPlus: Cafe Doppio closes, an olive oil lecture, and more neighborhood news.
  19. Fairway
    Fairway Coming to QueensSometimes, life actually is fair(way).
  20. Gaffes
    No Longer a True Loaf of MineFairway’s parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme bread has been renamed.
  21. Folksy Food
    What to Bring If Simon & Garfunkel Ever Play Central Park Again (Updated)“Scarborough Fairway” bread is made with parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme.
  22. Openings
    Yes, Today’s UES Fairway Opening Was Completely MobbedWe braved the new store’s crowds so you don’t have to.
  23. Openings
    And Here’s Another Convenience Store With a Stumptown BarIs Stumptown the new Slurpee?
  24. Empire Building
    Fairway Comes to the Upper East SideA three-story market will open in a former Barnes & Noble on 86th Street.
  25. Mediavore
    Ramps on Watch List; Fairway Mulls Upper East SidePlus: outdoor adventures add cooking, and Japan suspends beef exports, all in our morning news roundup.
  26. Quote of the Day
    Shop With GusterFront man Ryan Miller extols the virtues of South Brooklyn.
  27. Empire Building
    Fairway on the Upper East Side?The grocer is said to be negotiating for a space on East 86th Street.
  28. Mediavore
    Bruce Has No Beef With Connolly’s; Totonno’s Coming SoonPlus: a new Fairway on the UES, and Penthouse Club gets sued, all in our morning news roundup.
  29. Neighborhood Watch
    Fairway Does Not Fear Trader Joe’s; Now Luca Lounge Is Cooking WithPlus: Igloo bar coming to Rockefeller Center, and Ziggiz diner closes, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  30. Empire Building
    Fairway Tramples Tipster’s Hopes of Noho StoreAre Fairway’s execs considering the former Tower Records space?
  31. Mediavore
    Greenhouse Sued for a Billion; Bloomberg Endorses FairwayPlus: American cheeses in Europe, and Momofuku’s profane cookbook, all in our morning news roundup.
  32. Openings
    Trader Joe’s Invades the Land of Zabar’sThe California grocery store is planning to take on Citarella and Fairway on the Upper West Side.
  33. Mediavore
    ‘Top Chef’ I.D.?; Balducci’s to Open in DubaiSpitzer’s Corner gets busted, kids’ meals are fatty, Gordon Ramsay’s attacked, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  34. Mediavore
    Calories to Show Up on Menus Starting March 31; Mercury Levels Horrifically HighThe Board of Health decided yesterday in a unanimous vote to make all chain restaurants with fifteen or more outlets – approximately 10 percent of the city’s restaurants – post calorie info on their menus starting March 31. RIP, 1,230-calorie triple Whopper with cheese. [CNN] Laboratory tests run on sushi samples from twenty Manhattan stores and restaurants revealed shockingly high levels of mercury in bluefin tuna, so high that the FDA could technically take the fish off the market. And if you’ve got to have your tuna sushi, you’d best head to Fairway and avoid Blue Ribbon Sushi at all costs. [NYT] Gourmet editor-in-chief Ruth Reichl is “obsessed with” Momofuku Ssäm Bar, “like everyone else in New York,” according to her. [TONY]
  35. Neighborhood Watch
    Brooklyn’s Top Bed-and-Breakfasts; Free Cupcakes in the Financial DistrictBedford-Stuyvesant: Akwaaba Mansion at 34 Macdonough Street made it to the top of this list of Brooklyn bed-and-breakfasts. [Gridskipper] Financial District: Crumbs has opened a bakery at 87 Beaver Street between Hanover Street and Wall Street, and to celebrate the shop will give away 1,000 cupcakes this Friday starting at 7 a.m. [Snack] Harlem: Among its other delicacies, Fairway sells flagels, which are “to the bagel what nuggets are to fried chicken. When toasted, they are delightfully crunchy, but the inside still has the chewiness a bagel should — “just less of it” — because they’re flattened, of course. [Eat for Victory/VV] Jackson Heights: The city’s first Tibetan street-food cart is up and running near the 74th Street stop. [Gothamist] Lower East Side: Six Point Ales debuted a new flavor called 8 Days of Wheat at the Whole Foods Beer Room last night, and the first impression is that “it’s pretty darn good.” [Down by the Hipster] Upper West Side: Senor Swanky’s has put its space on Columbus Avenue between 84th and 85th up for rent. So line up, if you just happen to have a business plan that incorporates giant chile peppers and underage drinking. [Eater]
  36. Neighborhood Watch
    Reasons to Stay in Williamsburg; Green-Tea Cupcake in West VillageBattery Park: The Treats Truck will be on hand at CultureFest NYC on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. [Treats Truck] Clinton Hill: Two armed men robbed the White Castle at 531 Myrtle Avenue yesterday. [Clinton Hill Blog] Meatpacking District: Next Tuesday is Dirty Bingo night at Paradou. [Paradou NYC] Midtown West: The Royalton hotel has reopened after a brief renovation and has already started serving breakfast at Bar Forty Four. [NewYorkology] Upper West Side: Thankfully, the old-school Murray’s Sturgeon Shop holds a long-term lease because the neighborhood’s “soul currently hangs on the continued existence of a few shops, among them Zabar’s, Fairway, Citarella, H&H Bagels, Barney Greengrass, Gryphon Book Store and Murray’s.” [Lost City] West Village: The green-tea cupcake Josh DeChellis serves at BarFry is not only intensely and deliciously flavored, it’s also ” a study in green: the kind of snack a stay at home Incredible Hulk would send off to the school bus in dozens if his kid were having an in-class birthday party.” [Gothamist] Williamsburg: In an effort to dissuade those thinking of leaving Brooklyn for greener (cleaner) pastures out west and elsewhere, one blogger has compiled this list of some of the hood’s best dishes. [Cakehead]
  37. The New York Diet
    Leven Rambin Consoles Herself With Chocolate After the Daytime Emmys In addition to playing the autistic teenager Lily Montgomery on All My Children, Leven Rambin, the face of Caressa jewelry, has been a party fixture ever since she moved from her mom’s house in Connecticut to a place on the Upper West Side. When making the scene, she skips the hors d’oeurve. “After working from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.,” says the 17-year-old, “the last thing I want to do is go to the gym. So I try to eat light.” That is, except for those addictions to peanut butter and protein bars — and the occasional serotonin-boosting chocolate splurge.
  38. The New York Diet
    Writer-Rocker Darcey Steinke Downs Jell-O With NunsIn her new memoir Easter Everywhere novelist Darcey Steinke recounts her life as a minister’s daughter, traveling the country and picking up tastes for regional dishes like fried okra. “When you get it right,” she says, “It’s like crack.” Though her Prospect Park neighborhood has yet to yield the perfect fix, she’s fond of the jerk chicken, and as a survey of her most recent week of eating reveals, she also knows where to find exceptional sauerbraten, redemptive sticky-toffee pudding, and a classic Waldorf salad with marshmallows — which she enjoyed with an order of nuns.
  39. Neighborhood Watch
    A New Menu for the Next Time You’re in the Financial DistrictBoerum Hill: Brooklyn Inn on its way out. [Eater] Clinton Hill: Credit the blogosphere if the brewery on Waverly Avenue opens this summer as a beer garden. [Gothamist] Financial District: We’ve got the menu for the new Dublin-European bistro Stella Maris. [Grub Street] Flatiron: Markt has relocated to Sixth Avenue and now serves breakfast. [Grub Street] Greenpoint: Starbucks cabaret may be opening soon. [Curbed] Harlem: Wine store to replace Back in the Day antique shop. But will it have as cutesy a name? [Harlem Fur] Midtown East: Jeffrey Chodorow’s Wild Salmon replaces English Is Italian on Friday; we look forward to his review [NYT] Morningside Heights: Order pinot at Vino Fino wine shop, opening soon. [Harlem Fur] Times Square: Only two more days until you can sing Journey like everyone else at karaoke joint Spotlight Live. [NYS] West Village: Alexandra swallowing nearby storefronts for wine bar to be filled by nonexistent waiting customers. [Eater] Newly opened Central Kitchen offering 10 percent off its menu through Sunday. That’s as much as a “European-style” tip. [NYS]
  40. At the Market
    Hydro Tomatoes Materialize; Peaches Go Space Age Spring begins this week; may we recommend a fresh start after your winter rut of bananas and grapefruits?
  41. At the Market
    Chicken Soup for the House-Bound SoulRight now there are two kinds of New Yorkers: those with a cold, flu, cough, sniffle, ache, or fever, and those trying to ward off everyone else’s germs. Our advice: Stay close to home, and let the chicken soup and orange juice come to you.
  42. In the Magazine
    Kobe Club Gets the Bagel, and Foie Gras Foes’ Last StandThis week’s issue of New York is crammed with food news, including an Adam Platt slam, a Gael Greene discovery, and a very odd story about people who hate foie gras. • Foie Gras foes, rebuffed in their efforts to get the delicacy banned in New York, converge on Fairway, much to the store’s delight. [Intelligencer] • Adam Platt hands Jeffrey Chodorow’s new Kobe Club a bagel, faulting the restaurant as “less like a steakhouse than a bizarre agglomeration of restaurant fashions and trends, most of them bad.” And that was one of the nicer things he had to say. [Food]
  43. At the Market
    Ingredients to Help You Keep Those Resolutions With the cookies and cocktails of 2006 behind us, whole grains, beans, fruits, and vegetables finally get their due.
  44. At the Market
    Pomegranates Hit Their Stride, Longans Hit the Streets As the holidays get under way, rich, warming foods are of course de rigueur, as is their refreshing counterpoint: imported sunshine in the form of citrus and tropical fruit.
  45. At the Market
    Pumpkin Gnocchi and Persimmons Herald Another Season of Great EatingIt’s time for cherry-picking in Chile, chestnut-roasting in Italy, and — what else? — specialty-food-hunting in New York. Welcome to the first installment of the new weekly column “At the Market,” where we scour gourmet stores for the seasonal, exotic, and obscure ingredients of the moment.
  46. Openings
    Ditmas Park: New Center of the Food Universe? Brooklyn’s Ditmas Park, known primarily for its immense Victorian houses, may never be as hip as Red Hook. But, in a sea change reminiscent of Red Hook’s Van Brunt Street, a cluster of new food ventures are springing up there along Courtelyou Road. The strip began its upswing last year with Picket Fence, whose kitchen we’ve praised as “disarmingly daring.” This past summer, the Farm on Adderley, an equally ambitious restaurant with a first-class bar, opened. (They just began serving inventive brunch items on Sundays.) Now comes word that on November 1, TB Ackerson Fine Wine Merchant will open a store specializing in organic and biodynamic wines at 1205 Cortelyou Road and that Park Slope candy shop–ice-cream parlor Rapper’s Delight will move to Ditmas Park. There’s no equivalent of Sunny’s or Fairway in the neighborhood, but who’s to say what the next year might bring?
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