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Runner And Stone
New York Cooking
The New Guard of Grocers: 44 Specialty Food Shops That You Need to Know
Butchers, bakers, pickle-makers, and spice merchants.
Mary Jane Weedman
New York’s Most Misunderstood Seafood: Why It’s a Great Time to Eat
The season for local catches is drawing to a close.
Back to Brownies: A New Look At an Old Favorite
A baker’s dozen of New York’s newest models, with a handy Fudgeometer gauge.
13 Childhood-Throwback Desserts Reworked by Grown-up Restaurants
Fancy ice-cream sandwiches, deconstructed s’mores, and tequila-spiked snow cones.
Uri Scheft Opening First American Outpost of Breads Bakery in Union Square
In the style of New York’s expanding wave of bakery-cafés, there will be twenty seats for customers to linger over a sandwich or salad.
Runner & Stone Aspires to Be All Things to All Carb-Cravers
This new Gowanus café from Per Se and Blue Ribbon alums offers traditional French pastries and Italian-influenced salads and pastas.
Long Defined by Its Odoriferous Canal, Gowanus Is Starting to Smell a Little
The neighborhood has become something of a food hub.
Italian Cheesemaker Visits Il Buco; Preview Runner and Stone at Open House New
Plus: kosher burgers for all, and more in today’s leftovers.