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Grub Street

  1. events
    Here Are All of the Culinary Stars That Will Be at This Year’s New York TasteIncluding chefs and bartenders from Per Se, La Mercerie, Manhatta, abcV, Pegu Club, Broken Shaker, and more.
  2. Events
    The Grub Street Food Festival Returns October 18Get ready for our annual eating extravaganza, featuring Mighty Quinn’s, Roberta’s, Harry & Ida’s, and plenty more.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    Madonna Dines at the Spotted Pig; George and Amal Clooney Feast at BabboThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  4. Gifts
    There’s Still Time to Pick Up Grub Street’s New Culinary ScholarIt really is basically the best holiday gift you can give.
  5. Gifts
    Grub Street’s New Culinary Scholar Card Is Basically the Best Holiday GiftIt never expires.
  6. Tremendous Deals
    Grub Street and Top Chef’s Food Truck Is Now Serving Po’It’s lunchtime!
  7. Tremendous Deals
    Grub Street and Top Chef Are Giving Away Café Du Monde Beignets andGail Simmons is there!
  8. Navel Gazing
    It’s Not All Cronut Deliveries and Dinners at CarboneJosh Ozersky on the misery of working at Grub Street.
  9. Announcements
    A Grub Street AnnouncementThings are going to look a little different around here tomorrow.
  10. Awards
    Eric Ripert, Alton Brown, and Others Take Home James Beard Foundation MediaThe winners have been named.
  11. Announcements
    Grubstreet.comGrub Street now has a domain of its own!
  12. Click and Save
    Grub Street Comments Now Open for BusinessSince the birth of Grub Street, we’ve been aware of the need for some kind of interactive feedback. And it’s not that we weren’t listening; we just didn’t do anything about it. But now we have, and after a herculean investment of time, labor, and funds, we are officially unveiling our spanking-new commenting system. Yes, all of your “worst post ever!” and “I saw Daniel Maurer drinking ouzo at 4 o’clock yesterday morning” insights can now be shared with the world, for the low, low price of registering and typing them out.
  13. Mediavore
    Taking Food Snobbery to the Next Level; Paula Deen and the Pork GiantLocalvores” are highly virtuous and a big pain in the ass. [NYDN] Paula Deen finds herself on the wrong side of a Smithfield Foods labor dispute, and striking workers are calling for her to sever ties with the pork giant. [NYT] It’s not just red wine with fish anymore: Celebrity chefs are leading the way toward more imaginative wine and beer pairings, from Joe Bastianich’s pouring Dom Pérignon rosé with roast pheasant to Laurent Tourondel’s quaffing beer with his steak. [Forbes]