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Marlow & Sons

  1. chef shuffles
    Marlow & Sons Has a New Chef, and a ‘Sneaky’ New MenuThe Williamsburg fixture is going through changes.
  2. Leftovers
    Public’s Vegetable Menu; Brunch at ChicaneToday’s Leftovers.
  3. Grub Guides
    Summer Slices: Where to Find the Season’s Most Exciting PiesCan we interest you in some rhubarb-frangipane? How about strawberry-balsamic?
  4. Foodievents
    Frieze Art Fair 2014 Restaurant Partners Include Roberta’s, MissionDanny Bowien’s burritos, a beer garden from Prime Meats, and tons more at the Randall’s Island art event.
  5. Sweet Talk
    Neale Holaday Is the New Pastry Chef at Marlow & Sons and DinerThank her for the Meyer-lemon semifreddo with black-pepper sable.
  6. Sourdough
    More Sourdough: Roman’s Baker Expands She Wolf Bakery’s Retail ArmMore loaves to choose from, and more spots to pick them up.
  7. Frieze Tag
    Frieze Art Fair 2013 Features Frankies Spuntino, Mission Chinese, andThe usual suspects head to Randall’s Island.
  8. Food Tour
    Ramp-age: Bill Telepan Ranks the City’s Newest Ramp Dishes“Ramps are f*cking awesome. And we only have them for six weeks.”
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Vinegar Hill House Is Giving Four & Twenty Blackbirds a Run for Its Pie; MarlowPlus: Chipotle opens in Tribeca, and more neighborhood news.
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Compass Closes to Make Way for Loi; Greenmarket Invites You to Its BirthdayPlus: Oktoberfest, a culinary revolution, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  11. Do-Goodie Foodies
    Dawn of the Locavore Trapper HatMarlow & Sons offers hats made from the rabbits that go into its dishes.
  12. Slideshow
    Bird’s-Eye View: New York’s Five Best Roast ChickensA roundup of the city’s best birds.
  13. Empire Building
    Williamsburg Expansions: Marlow, Freemans, and Brooklyn Bowl’s Next Moves?Plus, coffee favorite El Beit will open another location in the neighborhood.
  14. Book Shelf
    New Brooklyn Cuisine Gets a Cookbook and iPhone AppAnd a tasting!
  15. Food Chain
    Sean Rembold Goes Nuts for the Wings at NombeChef Nick Balla impresses some Brooklyn boys with his wings and Japanese breakfast.
  16. The Food Chain
    Canele Chef Aliza Miner Would Go Out of Her Way for Marlow & Sons’ Brick“There’s a sense of pride that accompanies knowing you, as a cook, are hopefully knocking someone’s socks off with a piece of chicken.”
  17. Trends
    Restaurants Must Be Vewy, Vewy Quiet About RabbitWhy hasn’t eating rabbit caught on? Plus, a visit to a rabbit farm.
  18. Catch of the Day
    Community-Supported Fishery Comes to Marlow & Sons DaughtersMaine sweet shrimp are on their way to Brooklyn.
  19. Openings
    General Greene Opens In-House GroceryBuy housemade pickles, Nora Mills grits, and Benton’s ham.
  20. Chef Shuffle
    Egg Chef Is Now at Roebling Tea RoomLunch now includes Scotch eggs and biscuits.
  21. Neighborhood Watch
    Le Cirque Gives Away Fried Chicken; Crumbs Opens (Another) Shop in MidtownPlus: Artisanal kimchee at Marlow & Sons, and a meet-and-greet tonight for the Bay Ridge Co-op, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  22. Oenofile
    Kermit Lynch Drinks New York DryWine importer shares his eating and drinking habits while visiting New York.
  23. The New York Diet
    Wine Importer Kermit Lynch Sometimes Tastes a Bottle, Sometimes Drains It“I can’t have a white without a red to follow. Just like I can’t drink a red unless I’ve already had some white!”
  24. Foodievents
    Tom Mylan’s Wedding Was the Most Hipstavore Thing EverThe guest list and menu read like a who’s who of Brooklyn cuisine.
  25. The New York Diet
    Mike Colameco Checks Out A Voce Columbus With Jean-Georges and Mimi Sheraton“Out of the kindness of their heart, they sent out a little dessert, too, which I really need like a hole in the head.”
  26. Celebrity Settings
    Hugh Grant and Chris Noth Do Shots With Fans; Ralph Lauren Tours WilliamsburgAnd more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity diners.
  27. Closings
    Bonita Closes, But Former Chef Opens New One (Plus: Pies ‘n’ ThighsThe latest news from Williamsburg.
  28. Foodievents
    Tom Mylan Turns a 200-Pound Hog Into Party TacosThe return of 3rd Ward’s pig roast.
  29. In Other Magazines
    Restaurants That Matter … to SaveurIn New York, that means Gramercy Tavern, Marlow & Sons, and Blue Hill at Stone Barns.
  30. Critical Mass
    Bread Lines Form at Num PangPlus, Martha Stewart jumps on the sandwich train.
  31. Trends
    Blog Assesses 2008 Predictions While Magazine Makes 2009 PredictionsDid Epicurious’ predictions for 2008 pan out? And what will next year hold?
  32. Trends
    Marlow & Daughters [sic] Is a Total TrendsetterChefs who butcher — just one trend identified by ‘Food & Wine.’
  33. Mediavore
    Bloomberg’s War on Sodium; Beaujolais Nouveau Day Not SoPlus: deep-fried turkey, and chefs give thanks, all in our morning news roundup.
  34. Do the 'Cue
    Tom Mylan Has a Hillbilly Hog Roast at the Yard TonightPlus, the Red Hook ball-fields vendors might be getting fancy new digs.
  35. Mediavore
    Date Your Dream Chef; Butchering on the RisePlus Paul Newman’s legacy in the world of organic foods, and one woman’s mini Chinese cooking empire, from our glance at the morning headlines.
  36. Neighborhood Watch
    Bruni Takes on WTF Prices; Harlem’s New GreenmarketLassi’s new ready-to-cook entrées, and free Champagne and ice cream at a closing clothing shop in Nolita, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  37. NewsFeed
    Butcher Parties Against ‘Joke’ Fancy Foods Show andTom Mylan, of Diner and Marlow & Sons, says his unFancy Food Show will make locavorism fun again.
  38. Mediavore
    A Walkout at the Boathouse, a Williamsburg ‘Bromance’Plus why Frank Bruni tuned out of ‘Top Chef,’ Tony’s Danza’a meatball recipe, and more, in our morning digest of news and gossip.
  39. NewsFeed
    Blogger Will Teach You How to ButcherBecause nothing impresses a date like bisecting a lamb with a saw!
  40. Neighborhood Watch
    Shack Shack Now Open Late; Pies Partner Cooking Lunch at Marlow & SonsCheck out the new menu at Freemans, Park Slope’s high-end, and discounted Mexican in today’s neighborhood food news.
  41. Foodievents
    Batali Shows a Little Leg to Sex Up New Amsterdam Public As promised, Mario Batali served up some pork sandwiches at New Amesterdam Public’s demo market yesterday at the Seaport. Batali’s boots must be heated, as he was wearing shorts in 38-degree weather. Or maybe it was the sheer volume of purveyors who kept Batali toasty: Wild Edibles, Saxelby Cheesemongers, Marlow & Sons, and many more. Considering the cold, New Amsterdam Public had a good crowd — a positive sign for the market’s debated future. More photos after the jump.
  42. The Other Critics
    Bruni Finds Bar Stuzzichini Good Enough; Sietsema Worships InsiemeFrank Bruni gives Bar Stuzzichini one star, praising its small plates (which give him his obligatory Zeitgeist paragraphs at the top) and then pointing out that the room and service are basically that of a “midtown mess hall.” The moral? Aim low, price right, and execute, and the critics will give you the guarded praise you need to stay open. [NYT] Here’s one we never would have predicted in a million years: Insieme getting the panegyric it deserves from Robert “horsehead soup in the Bronx” Sietsema. Interestingly, the one thing he didn’t like was the lasagne, which was the place’s proudest boast when it first opened. [VV] We predicted recently that it was just a matter of time before someone came down on Wakiya, but we never dreamed it would be Danyelle Freeman. She hits the place hard, mostly for the “dull” and “skimpy” food but, not a killer at heart, gives them credit for service, cocktails, and soup dumplings. But it won’t be long before another, meaner critic really lets it fly. [NYND]
  43. Openings
    Josie Malave Named ‘Executive Chef’While Ilan Hall wanders around airports wearing street couture (or did you not read about that?), Josie Malave, voted off Top Chef early in the game, has ditched her Marlow & Sons sous-chef job to become executive chef at Island Café Bar and Lounge. The two-floor, 220-seater, set to open in March, will serve locally farmed, Mediterranean-themed tapas. We believe Malave when she tells us that she’s “actually happy” to have escaped Top Chef when she did. After all, some “seed money” winnings can (apparently) mess with a young cook’s head. Island Café Bar and Lounge, 35-15 36th St., Long Island City; no phone yet.
  44. What to Eat This Week
    New York Oysters Are Fat and SassyOysters are born in the summer and get nice and fat with the onset of winter. This year has brought an especially good crop of New York varieties: Pine Island, Fisher’s Island, Blue Point, Great South Bay, etc. They’re all the same species (Crassostrea virginica), but their flavors are marked by the waters in which they’re raised. Here are three top places to slurp your share of the local abundance.