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Prime Meats

  1. closings
    Brooklyn’s Prime Meats Will Close in NovemberThe owners plan to convert the space into a wine bar and an extension of their popular Frankies 457 Spuntino.
  2. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in Carroll GardensWhere worth-the-wait pizza and red-sauce Italian meet excellent pho, unusual ramen, and some of the city’s most spectacular multiregional Thai.
  3. Delivery
    Food Delivery Service Caviar Launches in BrooklynMore than 25 restaurants have already signed on.
  4. Grub Guides
    13 Restaurant Cocktails That Don’t SuckDespite what Pete Wells says, there are many great mixed drinks.
  5. The Grub Street Diet
    Bon Appetit’s Andrew Knowlton Eats at Prime Meats Every Day, Goes“I’m learning the key to being a parent: drink early.”
  6. The Grub Street Diet
    Chef Naomi Pomeroy Gets Turned Away at ZZ’s, Manages to Eat at Plenty of“A very large man in a very expensive-looking suit told us there is no way in hell we are getting in.”
  7. Foodievents
    Mission Chinese Food Pops Up AgainIt’s back!
  8. 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.
  9. Leftovers
    Le Cirque Announces New Executive Chef; Bell’s Brewery Dinner at PrimePlus, an incredible deal on Ferran Adrià’s new book, an Edible Schoolyard benefit, peanut-butter specials at Baked, and more, in today’s jumbo edition of Leftovers.
  10. Leftovers
    Calexico’s Park Slope Facade; Narcissa’s MenuPlus: Prime Meats’s beer dinner, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  11. Garden Parties
    The Res in Red Hook Opens for Weekend BarbecuesGrab a brat, take a seat.
  12. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: Pete Wells Deems Montmarte ‘Most Improved’;Plus: Sutton reviews Prime Meats, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  13. Open Kitchen
    The Franks Introduce the Res, an ‘Artist’s Residency forThe Franks are opening a restaurant for visiting chefs to come in and do whatever the hell they want.
  14. The Grub Street Diet
    Comedienne Lizz Winstead Would Really Like to Know What’s in the Salad“It’s some kind of walnut-y, vinaigrette-y, thyme-y thing and it’s f-cking awesome.”
  15. Leftovers
    Salvation Taco’s Weekly Ping-Pong Tournament; Runner & Stone’sPlus: The Greenwich Project opens on Tuesday, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  16. Bull and Cocktails
    Not a Surprise: New York’s Bartenders Haughtily Refuse to Pour CertainBartenders who refuse to make particular cocktails? In New York? Get out of town.
  17. Foodievents
    All You Can Eat: Rounding Up the Season’s Culinary FestsJust in time for fall-food-festival season, a guide to navigating the tasting-plate circuit.
  18. The Grub Street Diet
    Mile End’s Noah Bernamoff and Rae Cohen Test New Sandwiches, Hit“That’s very classy. I drink Wild Turkey, she drinks Bulleit.”
  19. Cobble Hill
    Paul Dano’s Excellent Taste in Girlfriends, Bars, and Brooklyn RestaurantsAnother Lucali-lover.
  20. The Grub Street Diet
    PDT’s Jim Meehan Drinks Cappuccinos All Day, Cocktails All NightI guess I spend my days trying to drink juice and cleanse, and I spent my night going out and eating meat and drinking cocktails.”
  21. Trends
    Bon App Says California’s German-Food Boom is a Nationwide ThingAt least in S.F. and L.A. there’s been a boom this year of German, Austrian, Czech, and Hungarian restaurants.
  22. What to Drink
    Prime Meats Now Selling Growlers To GoAlso: Pedlar has expanded its to-go offerings, too.
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    DB Bistro Moderne Turns Ten With a Special Menu; Bacon Bakery in the WorksPlus: Fourth of July preordering from Prime Meats, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  24. Charging Ahead
    Prime Meats Fully Reforms Its Cash-Only PolicyIt’s now accepting Visa and MasterCard in addition to AmEx.
  25. The Grub Street Diet
    Hearth Chef Marco Canora Squashes Chips Into His Sandwiches, Can’t Get“I love nothing more than toasting a piece of bread, and putting butter on it, and a sprinkle of salt … I love it, I love it, I love it.”
  26. Beef
    Sifton to Steingarten: I’m No Brooklyn BoosterThe ‘Times’ critic says he doesn’t have a Brooklyn bias.
  27. The New York Diet
    Writer Jennifer Egan Risks Airport Sushi, Comes Around on Bone Marrow“I’ve eaten bone marrow before and thought, this is the emperor’s new clothes — they give you this oily stuff and are like, this is some great delicacy! But this time I was like, ‘Oh yes, this is why people like bone marrow.’”
  28. Empire Building
    The Frankies Embrace Retail With Prime Meats Delicat-essen & ProvisionsThey’ll sell sausages and house-branded olive oil next door to Prime Meats.
  29. Trimmings
    The Frankies Like Their FilamentsThe owners of Prime Meats clearly don’t agree that Edison bulbs are played out.
  30. Side Gigs
    Horse Strides: Saratoga Gets a Shake Shack While The Frankies Do Belmont StakesPlus, new locations of Blue Smoke at Floyd Cardoz’s taquería.
  31. The Other Critics
    Sifton Falls for Prime Meats; Cheshes Hops in the Zengo Time MachinePlus: Sutton unimpressed by Pulino’s, and Gael Greene goes to Lugo Caffé, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  32. Neighborhood Watch
    Free Tasting at Louis 649; Surfer Sundays at Ditch PlainsPlus: $9 breakfast at the Smith, and ShopRite in Brooklyn Navy Yard, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  33. What to Eat
    What to Eat for Breakfast and Lunch at Cafe PedlarYou know a joint is serious about breakfast when it throws around the phrase “Lancaster County egg program.”
  34. In the Magazine
    Five Stars for Torrisi Italian Specialties; a Comprehensive Guide to Raw MilkAlso in this week’s magazine: a Mexican-inspired Popsicle stand, and pedigreed eggs at Cafe Pedlar.
  35. The Other Critics
    Mixed Feelings at Choptank; Prime Meats Rivals LugerPlus: Robert Sietsema goes to Bay Ridge, Gael Greene visits Bagatelle, and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  36. Celebrity Settings
    John Mayer Rendezvous with Taylor Swift at Nobu, Bags His LeftoversPlus: Pete Wentz buys dinner at Beppe and Michael Stipe brings a group to Emporio, plus more in our weekly roundup of boldface dining.
  37. The Other Critics
    Sifton Pans Aureole; Nearly Everyone Else Eats at SD26Plus: Ryan Sutton goes to A Voce and Robert Sietsema samples Abe & Arthur’s.
  38. Menu Changes
    Shucking A! Prime Meats Gets Into Oyster GameThe Carroll Gardens spot is adding a raw bar.
  39. What to Drink
    Brooklyn Brewery Releases Backbreaker While Bacon-Beer Supply DwindlesWhy is precious bacon-beer supply being diverted to Atlanta?
  40. Deals
    Eat Cheap: Steak Deals and Michelin’s New ‘Bib Gourmand’ PicksThe latest in thrifty dining.
  41. What to Drink
    Underberg Makes the Bar Scene, But What About Bananaweizen?Isn’t this like eating Cracker Jack without the toy surprise?
  42. The Other Critics
    Ryan Sutton Finds ‘Gustatory Bliss’ at the Standard; OceanaPlus: Jay Cheshes on Prime Meats, and Robert Sietsema, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  43. The Other Critics
    Bruni Thumps Table 8; Order the Burger at Prime MeatsPlus: Gael Greene weighs in on SHO Shaun Hergatt, and Ryan Sutton and Steve Cuozzo head to the Hamptons, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  44. The Great Outdoors
    Walter Foods Launches Lunch, Opens Back PatioPlus, Prime Meats expands its menu!
  45. Lists
    Best Cocktails, Again’Food & Wine’ picks the best cocktail bars in the country.
  46. Openings
    Prime Meats Bar Opens in Carroll GardensA first glimpse at the new throwback Frankies Spuntino project.
  47. In the Magazine
    Prime Meats Blends New and Old in Brooklyn; Bloomfield Carries the John DoryAlso in the magazine this week: wash up with restaurant grease, snack on lab meat, and cook with Mexican guavas.