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More New York City Restaurants Have ‘A’ Grades Than Ever Before
And that’s despite the fact that the city’s restaurant grading system is as opaque as ever.
The Restaurant Industry Added a Surprisingly High Number of Jobs Last Year
A federal report says it grew by 313,000 jobs, more than the entire health-care industry.
California Farmers May Soon Be Able to Grow Avocados Year-round
Researchers say they’ve found three varieties that could last all four seasons.
Grub Street’s New Favorite Study Says Red Wine Helps Burn Fat
Research shows wine grapes may lower blood sugar and make livers healthier.
After Going Missing, Restaurateur and Model B. Smith Found at a Manhattan Diner
A customer spotted her “and called it in.”
Hinsch’s in Bay Ridge Will Remain Open, Expand Hours
The luncheonette, which was always cool, will try to be cooler.
Is Ten Tables Expanding to Newton? [Updated]
Ten Tables? More like 40 or so!
Austin’s Alamo Drafthouse Cinema-Restaurant Chain Is NYC-Bound
Bring on beers and burgers at the movies!
The Flushing Mall Isn’t Going Anywhere Anytime Soon
Asian-food paradise seems safe, for now.
Beaumarchais, the Brunch Party Rages On
We know you were worried.
Freddy’s Sets a Date
The beleaguered dive hopes to open early next month in its new digs.