The U.S. Attorneys' office is targeting high-profile restaurants that do not comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act.
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Plus: A recipe from Jonathan Waxman, brain food from a Le Bernardin alum, and more, all in the first edition of Grub Street's guide to eating well all week.
We chat with the Yankees star as he launches his own sangria line.
The Mexican mini-chain will soon roll out a certified list of special options for the gluten-intolerant, guaranteed free of cross-contamination.
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A Seattle native wants his hometown craze to catch on in New York.
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Plus: Tyra Banks brunches at Commerce, Harold Ford Jr. campaigns at Ritorante San Pietro, and more in our weekly roundup of boldface dining.
Plus more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
It's green and it's gringo! The Taco Truck.
Find out what chef Ulrich A. Sterling (formerly of Chicama and Pipa) is serving for dinner.
The owner and chef of Barrio are opening a pair of tropical Latin joints.
Bistro from the Balthazar guys and tapas from Tía Pol's Alex Raij … all coming to the JetBlue terminal.
Defense lawyers threaten the future of the calorie-posting law, wine bars run amok, and a pig named Bruce.