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These Are New York’s Most Exciting New Sandwiches
This is the good stuff, right here.
Christina Lecki Is Out as the Chef at Williamsburg’s Reynard
Big changes at the celebrated hotel restaurant.
Reynard’s New Chef Is Retooling Both the Restaurant’s Food and Its Culture
Christina Lecki strives to emulate Chez Panisse and River Café and make the Brooklyn restaurant a “little slower, a little more simplistic.”
Acclaimed Chef Peter Hoffman Will Cook Again in New York for One Night Only
He’s doing a pop-up dinner celebrating the Catalan festival of Calçotada
The Tipping Game
Andrew Tarlow Joins the No-Tipping Movement
All of his restaurants will be gratuity-free by the end of next year.
The Poor Planner’s Last-Minute Guide to Mother’s Day Brunch
It’s not too late to make a plan to go to Uncle Boon’s, Bar Primi, or Vic’s.
Why You Should Drink Rosé All Year Long
It’s less fashionable summertime prop than versatile food wine, with the refreshing acidity of a white and a modicum of the rich fruit and tannic structure of a red.
San Francisco’s Slanted Door Popping Up in Brooklyn This Month
Charles Phan and Andrew Tarlow will host a phở fest in Williamsburg.
The Very-Last-Minute Guide to Mother’s Day Brunch, Which Is
The Dutch, Il Buco Alimentari, and Alder still have tables available.
Finally: 15 New York Restaurants Serving Super-Seasonal Spring Vegetables
Narcissa, the Dutch, Estela, and more.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Salvation Taco; Easter at Reynard
Plus: La Isla Escondida opens, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
More Sourdough: Roman’s Baker Expands She Wolf Bakery’s Retail Arm
More loaves to choose from, and more spots to pick them up.
Grub Street Food Festival Sunday; Night Market at Union Square Greenmarket
Plus, rooftop dinners, market produce, freshly baked bread, and more in today’s leftovers.
Pét-Nat, Champagne’s Hip Younger Sister, Hits Its Peak Season
It’s a little funky and unpredictable, with an underlying sweetness.
Live Fire: 16 New York Restaurants With Tricked-Out Grills
Because you live in a studio apartment and can’t do it yourself.
Everything Guide to Out-of-Town Experts
Movable Feasts: Where Fly-by-Night Chefs Set Up Shop
From a legendary cooking school to Momofuku after dark.
Andrew Tarlow to Open Shipyard Dive-Inspired Achilles Heel in Greenpoint
The nautical theme extends to the menu, with raw shellfish, clam chowder, and plenty of rum.
Eat Well: Sustainable Seafood and a Very Well-Stocked Kitchen
Plus: Pok Pok’s soms, coffee cake for breakfast, and more, all in our weekly roundup of healthy food around town.
The Other Critics
Pete Wells Files a Double Dose of Disappointment; Ryan Sutton Loves Atera
Plus: ‘The New Yorker’ hits Reynard, and more, all in our weekly critical roundup.
In Season: Sean Rembold’s Grilled Romano Beans
Try quickly searing the beans in a cast-iron grill pan.
Food & Whine
Delayed Reactions to Steve Cuozzo’s Reynard Wine Rant
Cuozzo, uncorked as always.