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Kebabs

  1. trendlet
    Skewers Are Primal, Fun to Eat, and Suddenly Ubiquitous in New YorkFrom Japanese yakitori to Chinese barbecue, stick food is on the rise.
  2. crimes against meat
    Let This Scott Walker Tweet Be a Lesson in How to Never Grill MeatThe Wisconsin governor’s Memorial Day–weekend kebabs were raw and unseasoned.
  3. The Other Critics
    C. Thi Nguyen Finds Epiphany at Hawthorne’s House of ChickenAll eyes on Zankou as the writer crowns a new kebab and shawarma champ.
  4. Mediavore
    Red Bull Killer Found Not Guilty; What’s In a $1,200 Kebab?Gold leaf and champagne help boost the price of Andy Bates’ ultra-luxe Middle Eastern offering.
  5. Openings
    Naan Hut Opening in West L.A.Freshly baked Persian breads and standards have a new outlet in West L.A.
  6. Openings
    You Gotta Keep ‘Em Separated: Kebab and Pasta Share Space at Cafe SorrentoCould doner panini and kebab cacciatore be in our future?
  7. Slideshow
    A Look Into Stix & Straws, Possibly The Most Customizable Restaurant EverMix and match a selection of skewered proteins with international sauces at this cutie that could easily do for kebab
  8. Coming Soon
    Pickelz Is Under Construction On South BeverlyKebabs, not pickles, grace the new signage across from South Beverly Grill.
  9. The Orange Line
    Riding the V Line: Coming Back Around to RussiaWe’re riding the B and V from Coney Island all the way to Forest Hills, jumping off frequently to rave about our favorite restaurants along the way. As the V Line reaches its terminus along the vast, terrifying stretch of Queens Boulevard that dominates Rego Park, we find it poetically pleasing that it resumes the Russian atmosphere of its starting point in Brighton Beach. Our second favorite Uzbek kebab restaurant, Cheburechnaya, is at 63rd Drive, but our favorite, Café Arzu, is at 67th Avenue.