As the world decides its officially done with cupcakes, Grub Street looks back on the dessert's short, glorious run.
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The 120-seat restaurant is taking over the former Magnolia space.
Magnolia downtown was never able to win the hearts of business neighbors.
On Tate's Cookies: "Cracktastic. Another reason I'm a fat-ass."
Cupcakes might be so last year, but only in New York.
The concept is another in the emerging trend of Americana homage and steakhouse-style throwbacks.
Plus: a beer dinner at Landmarc, a lip-smackin' Fourth of July barbecue menu in Times Square, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
Plus, Lolita's is open for business in the Back Bay, and much more all in our neighborhood food news round-up.
Chrysta Wilson will relocate while Magnolia celebrates.
• In Pleasanton, special reviewer Nicholas Boer gave the Farmer three stars for its classic fare. "After a 20-year hiatus from a long restaurant career, [owner Sue Martinovich] is again providing comfort in the form of iceberg salads, fried chicken...
Incanto chef joins Magnolia team for a collaborative offal dinner.
The New York-based cupcake epicenter confirms a move to L.A.
Veteran chef to cook the pop-up restaurant's first Chinese dinner.
Admire 25 of the city's most important hamburgers, right here in one place.
We check in with the city's biggest restaurant owner on the brink of his switch from Dunkin' Donuts to Tim Hortons.