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The Hard Stuff: 5 Liquors to Drink This Winter
Whether in a cocktail, straight from your bar cart, or out on the town.
Attack of the Ramps: 22 NYC Restaurants Serving Spring’s Most Divisive
No matter where you stand on the hype (or the backlash), the tiny wild onions are a welcome sign of spring.
Maysville’s Derby Party; Take Root’s Spring Menu
Plus: Thug Kitchen’s Cinnamon Snail takeover, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
Beyond Rockefeller: 10 Hot Oyster Dishes You Will Want to Eat Immediately
Narcissa, Dover, the Clam, and more.
The Grub Street Diet
Pearl & Ash’s Patrick Cappiello Does Date Night at All’onda, Hits
“I always say I’ll just drink a little bit, but it never goes down like that.”
Critic Adam Platt Abandons Anonymity, Tells You Where to Eat
“Much of this old magic is gone,” he writes, on the old world of restaurant criticism.
New York’s New Wave of Fried Chicken: 14 Birds, Ranked by Cost
A single wing at Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken costs $1.75, while the Butterfly is charging $23 for a platter.
Dinner at Friedman’s Lunch; Maysville’s BBQ Bash
Plus: new cocktails at GoldBar, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
Killer Bites: 15 Pre-Meal Snacks You’ll Definitely Want to Order
Fried grits, spiced chickpeas, and duck-liver toast.
Platt: Two Stars Apiece for Hanjan and Maysville
At Hanjan, Hooni Kim updates the traditional Korean tavern, and Maysville is a stealthily good restaurant built around the pleasures of a stiff drink.
The Grub Street Diet
D.J. Hesta Prynn ‘Houses’ Kale Chips, Gags on Green Juice, and
“Kidd Kraddick and I pondered whether a Xanax can or cannot be juiced.”
The Other Critics
The Other Critics: Pete Wells Praises Arlington Club; Sutton Says Esca Is
Plus: Tejal Rao finds “your new Kentucky home” at Maysville and more in our roundup of reviews.
In Season: Brussels-Sprout Salad With Crispy Bacon and Buttermilk Dressing
Frost is to sprouts as sunshine is to tomatoes.
First Look at Maysville, the Manhattan Offshoot of Brooklyn’s Char No. 4
The new spot opens on 26th Street tonight.