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New York Cooking
The New Guard of Grocers: 44 Specialty Food Shops That You Need to Know
Butchers, bakers, pickle-makers, and spice merchants.
The Grub Street Diet
Chef Kristen Kish Shares Gelato With Padma, Drinks Fernet and Cola With Danny
“I ate the massive sandwich — the equivalent of four sandwiches — in three minutes.”
Back to Brownies: A New Look At an Old Favorite
A baker’s dozen of New York’s newest models, with a handy Fudgeometer gauge.
Outdoor Seating at the Meatball Shop in Chelsea; Maiden Lane’s Special
Plus: Preserve24’s unlimited-sangria brunch, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
Maison Kayser Opening Flatiron Location July 17
The Parisian superstar baker hopes to open even more U.S. outlets.
On the Rise
Finally, Le Bernardin Will Serve Non-Horrific Bread
Maison Kayser will be on baguette duty from here on out.
Le Cirque Chef Olivier Reginensi Now Cooking at Maison Kayser
Get ready for chilled pea soup with mint, and of course, spring.
Uri Scheft Opening First American Outpost of Breads Bakery in Union Square
In the style of New York’s expanding wave of bakery-cafés, there will be twenty seats for customers to linger over a sandwich or salad.
Maison Kayser Rolls Out the King Cake
Expect more baguettes in 2013.
Parisian Bakery Maison Kayser Opens on the Upper East Side
Will it have the best baguette in town?
Famed Parisian Bakery, Maison Kayser, Rises in NYC
Francophiles are freaking out.