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Marea

  1. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Tuna Tartare in New YorkIt’s the ultimate example of late-’80s dining, but brave chefs are dusting it off and giving the dish new life.
  2. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Upscale Seafood Restaurant in New YorkIt’s still possible to enjoy a first class, slap-up feast.
  3. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Pasta in New YorkFrom anelloni to spaghettoni.
  4. Wine Time
    Sommelier’s Choice: 6 Local Wine Directors Share Their Favorite BottlesSelected from their colleagues’ lists.
  5. Grub Guides
    Burrata Everywhere: 24 Places to Eat Everyone’s Favorite Menu ItemIt’s the new bacon.
  6. Grub Guides
    14 Restaurants Where It’s Better to Sit at the BarDel Posto, Peasant, Buvette, and more.
  7. Mysteries
    Fusilligate: The Mystery of Michael White’s Octopus-and-Bone-Marrow Pasta“After grilling the suspects individually, we’re happy to report that we’ve pretty much cracked the case.”
  8. Mysteries
    Fusilligate: Who Really Created Marea’s Famous Octopus-and-Bone-MarrowNew evidence suggests a chef other than Michael White actually put the famous pasta together.
  9. Celebrity Settings
    Alex Rodriguez Eats at Just Salad; Rihanna and Adriana Lima Go to Da SilvanoThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  10. Celebrity Settings
    Mick Jagger Dines at Marea; Taylor Swift Goes Vegan at Angelica KitchenThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  11. Platt Chat
    Platt Chat: A Return to Pulchritude“I’m sensing less patience these days with the high-minded theatrics for the haute-forager era …”
  12. Platt Chat
    Platt Chat: Empire Building and the Necessity of Restaurant-World StarsNew York’s critic discusses Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Michael White, and the Torrisi team.
  13. Expansions
    Michael White Considering Italy for Upcoming Restaurant ProjectsMarea heads to Milan?
  14. Lists
    The 10 Most Incredible Lines From Action Bronson’s New Marea VideoThe Queens-based rapper Michelins out for few minutes.
  15. Chef Shuffle
    Two Chefs Hired to Replace Missy Robbins at A VoceThe two chefs have different approaches to Italian food.
  16. Grub Guides
    21 Remarkably Expensive New York Restaurant Side DishesAmerican Cut, Quality Italian, and Carbone are pushing prices ever upward.
  17. Quote of the Day
    Thomas Keller Is a Picky Eater in C.A., But Not in N.Y.The French Laundry chef hits up a few expected spots, and some that are not.
  18. Grub Guides
    Spring Luxury: 20 Spots Serving Outstanding Morel Mushroom DishesMarietta, Colonie, and ABC Cocina are all serving the wild, seasonal ‘shroom.
  19. Slideshow
    First Look Into Sonny’s Hideaway, Opening Soon in Highland ParkMarea vet Jimmy Everett is offering market accoutrements to sustainable proteins.
  20. Carbone!
    Night of the Nonnas: Two Italian Grandmothers Review CarboneBetween them, the women have 95 years of cooking experience.
  21. The Grub Street Diet
    NY1’s Jamie Shupak Survives Her (Very) Early Mornings With No Caffeine and“I try to hold off as long as possible to push myself to be on a normal schedule like the rest of the world.”
  22. Leftovers
    Nitehawk’s Oscar Menu; Marea’s Now Serving Saturday LunchPlus: New sandwiches at ‘wichcraft, Danny Meyer’s wine auction, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  23. Tasting Tyranny
    How ‘Tyrannical’ Are Fine-Dining Restaurants Really? NewFour hours of oppression at Blanca.
  24. The Grub Street Diet
    Lee Schrager Brunches at ABC Kitchen, Lunches at Marea, Dines Pretty Much“I always say I eat out eight nights a week.”
  25. Celebrity Settings
    Kanye Debuts Tunes at PH-D, Jay-Z Has Late-Night Meeting at Fresco by ScottoPlus, Jon Hamm at Marble Lane, Rashida Jones and Co. at Hotel Chantelle, and more of this week’s celebrity settings.
  26. Foodievents
    Mastering the Art of Julia Child Restaurant WeekNext week, NYC restaurants are rolling out some of Child’s most famous recipes.
  27. Celebrity Settings
    Chris Brown Has a Bang-up Time at Greenhouse; Leo Dines Late at Joe AllenPlus: Mark Zuckerberg at Dos Caminos, Obama at SJP’s house, and more of this week’s celebrity settings.
  28. Two for Eight
    Tables Available at Oceana; Later Tonight at Jean Georges, L’Atelier deIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: Splurge.
  29. It Food
    Prepping for That Bone Marrow Binge?Decadent or forget it.
  30. Empire Building
    Michael White’s New Pizza Place Will Probably Be the First of ManyWhite says he “definitely” thinks there will be more locations.
  31. Celebrity Settings
    Leonardo DiCaprio Parties With Victoria’s Secret, Eats Three Pies atPlus: STK celebrates its fifth anniversary with a Studio 54-themed disco, Rachel Maddow leaves a tip as big as her bill at Osteria Morini, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
  32. Celebrity Settings
    David Rocco and Zoe Kazan Chow at Lucali; Matt Lauer Dines and Dashes at FrescoPlus: Elton John grills Derek Jeter on baseball stats at Southern Hospitality, Vince Neil skips out on the bill at Marble Lane, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
  33. Neighborhood Watch
    New Noodles in the EV; Isa Gets a Liquor LicensePlus: Felice launches aperitivo hour, Huckleberry Bar hosts a mac-and-cheese-off, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  34. I Do
    So, What Does a Great Chef Serve at His Wedding?Here’s to a love as timeless as your restaurants.
  35. Empire Building
    Michael White Almost Certainly Opening a Restaurant on the Upper West Side“There’s a pretty good bet I’ll be up there before the end of this year. Absolutely.”
  36. Booze News
    Eben Freeman’s Creative Process Is More Creative Than Your CreativeI’ll have the tuna-fish swizzle, thank you.
  37. Two for Eight
    Tables Available at Nobu, Fish Tag; Within the Hour at Brushstroke and FishtailIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: Seafood Experts.
  38. Neighborhood Watch
    Eleven Madison Teams Up With Brooklyn Brewery; Foodies and Techies Unite at FoodPlus: Lots of beer, BBQ parties, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  39. The Other Critics
    Virbila Sups in London; Jonathan Gold Takes ManhattanBoth of L.A.’s primary restaurant critics hit the road this week and like what they find.
  40. Where to Sit
    Musical Chairs at MareaHope you weren’t too attached to the crudo bar!
  41. Slideshow
    Marrow Matters: A Look at New York’s Most Notable Bone MarrowThe city’s meltiest, most unctuous dishes.
  42. Chef Shuffle
    Michael White Snags Alto’s Gordon Finn in Split With Chris CannonThe divorce is finally confirmed. So who gets the kids?
  43. Video Feed
    Watch Michael White Make New Year’s PastaThe Osteria Morini chef stops by ‘Today’ and cooks up some food.
  44. Lists
    Alan Richman Picks His Top Dishes of the Year (and Guess What? Something FromThe guy sure does love Lincoln.
  45. The Grub Street Diet
    Cookbook Author Ian Knauer Is Inspired by Flounder Roe, Disdains Monkey-Poo“I don’t care if it’s from a primate’s butt or New Jersey. Whatever.”
  46. Chef Shuffle
    Chris Cannon Gets Pastry Chef Heather Bertinetti in the Michael White DivorceThe pastry chef at Morini and Marea is decamping for Alto and Convivio.
  47. Quote of the Day
    Insert Your Own ‘Angel Hair’ Joke HereMichael White’s pasta makes Kelly Choi very happy.
  48. Beef
    Nieporent Tells Michael White to Watch His BackThe Corton heavy accused White of poaching staff.
  49. Lists
    Bon Appetit Christens The Country’s Best New RestaurantsBonus for Bostonians: the mag’s September issue also features a Craigie cover.
  50. Celebrity Settings
    Marea Is Too Stuffy for Mayor MikeWhen called upon to recommend a restaurant to the Mayor, Frank Bruni fails.
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