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There’s a Better Way to Brunch. It Involves Sizzling Sisig and Pandan Waffles.
This weekend, skip the eggs Benedict.
Jasmine Arielle Ting
A Celebrated Chef’s Secret Marijuana Dinners
“The strain is the star, and I want to make it shine in the dishes I create.”
Blazing a Lumpia Trail: Filipino Cuisine Finds a Foothold in New York
It seems New Yorkers are finally ready for this food, which has long languished in the shadow of Thai, Indian, Chinese, and other Asian standbys.
Mary Jane Weedman
Picnic Opens in the East Village; Project by Project’s Benefit
Plus: the first annual SMOKE@ICC barbecue competition, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
Short Stack Book-Binding Parties;
’s Good Beer
Plus: a new app that lets you share leftovers with strangers, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
Maharlika Shut Down by Health Department, Will Return
A rep from the restaurant says they hope to be reinspected ASAP.
Weird Foods: Eating the Embryonic Duck Eggs Known As Balut
Josh Ozersky samples the Filipino delicacy, so you don’t have to.
Dekalb Market Opens This Weekend With an Easter-Egg Hunt and Dollar Mimosas
Parents have to cope somehow.
The Other Critics
Cuozzo Revisits Lincoln; Gael Greene Gives Crown a Break
Plus: Sifton enjoys Tertulia, “Tables for Two” on Earls Beer & Cheese, and more of this week’s reviews.
Filipino Frenzy: Maharlika Now Open in the E.V.; Pan de Sal in Gramercy
And Sa Aming Nayon got its first critical review.
Maharlika Gets New Locations, and a New Sous-Chef to Match
The Filipino pop-up lands in the East Village once again, with dinner.
Maharlika Does Sundays at 5 Ninth Starting in June
The Filipino pop-up finds a new home.
Maharlika’s Pop-up Brunch Will End May 15
Resto Leon has decided to reclaim the space for a brunch of its own.
The Great Outdoors
Maharlika Also Coming to DeKalb Market
And speaking of markets, the Food Truck Bazaar at Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market is going monthly.
What to Eat
How About Some Balut for Brunch?
Filipino pop-up Maharlika will be serving the embryonic duck eggs this weekend until they run out.
What to Eat at Maharlika, Popping Up to Serve Filipino Brunch in the East
Another temporary restaurant pops up below 14th Street.