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It's going to be the first cookbook that covers sandwiches, self-loathing, and Tom Cruise.By Hugh Merwin
Plus: The Long Island City Flea returns in April, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Plus: Additional Barbuto anniversary celebrations, and more, in today's Leftovers.
The food at the outdoor winter venue combines elements of No. 7 and Jimmy's Diner.By Hugh Merwin
It's a hot-dog holiday!By Sierra Tishgart
Plus: Talde's antioxidant-heavy soba, and more.By Kate Lowenstein
Plus: Stop by No. 7 in Fort Greene for $5 Carolina-inspired sandwiches made by the Fat Beagle.
Though the restaurant's website claims "repairs."By Jenny Miller
Plus: "Home on the Grange" and Autumn Harvest dinners, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Plus: BLTs return to 'wichcraft, Bareburger opens in Brooklyn, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
A new Korilla truck, and a one-night-only Indian taco party at No. 7.By Alex Van Buren
Fried chicken, french toast "stix," shrimp cocktail, and more.By Jenny Miller
"You know ... when you go to a shitty pizza place and get the eggplant parm sub and you know they're just pulling it out of the freezer, but it's delicious anyway. That's fro-mami."By Alan Sytsma
The cocktail bar's food menu launches tomorrow evening.By Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld
The Prospect Heights cocktail boîte opens a larger location in Manhattan.By Elien Becque
A member of No. 7 is planning a 25-seat fine-dining restaurant in Nolita.By Daniel Maurer
The Ace Hotel's much-anticipated sandwich shop is about to open.By Daniel Maurer
Tyler Kord's envelope-pushing menu is coming soon to the Ace Hotel.By Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld
A sneak peek of 'Bon Appétit's new list.By Daniel Maurer
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