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Tanoreen

  1. Grub Guides
    11 Places to Find Fancy HummusTruffle hummus at Claudette, burnt-jalapeño hummus at Empéllon Cocina, and more.
  2. Bookshelf
    Kibbeh Time: Tanoreen Scores a Cookbook DealPeople who care about hummus care about the Bay Ridge restaurant.
  3. Lists
    Michelin Announces 2011 ‘Bib Gourmand’ PicksFatty ‘Cue, Paulie Gee’s, and nineteen other newcomers make the list of 91 top inexpensive restaurants.
  4. Beef
    Sifton to Steingarten: I’m No Brooklyn BoosterThe ‘Times’ critic says he doesn’t have a Brooklyn bias.
  5. The Other Critics
    Sifton, Sutton Tolerate the Lion; Cheshes Raves for TanoreenPlus: ‘The New Yorker’ at Torrisi, and Robert Sietsema goes West African.
  6. The Other Critics
    Sifton Goes Casual at Balaboosta; Cheshes Lands a Table at the LionPlus: temptation at Tanoreen, and budget pizza at Totale.
  7. 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.
  8. The New York Diet
    Chef Amanda Freitag Moves From Set to Stove“I was so horrified by the thought of what I was going to be eating that I decided to make a base in my stomach to protect myself.”
  9. The Other Critics
    Sietsema, Cuozzo Try Choptank; Cheshes Revels in New TablaPlus: Sam Sifton explores Bay Ridge and Gael Greene revisits Picholine, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  10. In the Magazine
    Food in the AughtsAlso in the magazine this week: where to buy macarons, and Tanoreen’s new home.
  11. User's Guide
    Brooklyn Restaurant Week: Use It, Don’t Be Used by ItFind out where to go and what to skip.
  12. NewsFeed
    Tanoreen Set to Expand to Twice Its Present Size, Still in Bay Ridge When Tanoreen topped our Cheap Eats list last year, it was a sign of favor that was bound to send more customers out to Bay Ridge. Inevitably, Tanoreen has decided to expand to accommodate all its new admirers, acquiring the lease on a nearby space twice its size. “We’re really tight on the weekend, and our lease is up. So now is the time to make the step,” chef-owner Rawia Bishara tells us. “It will be four to five months, but we won’t be closing; we’re going to move right from the one location to the other one in late spring.” So while you still have to go out to Bay Ridge, at least you’ll get a table.
  13. NewsFeed
    Zagat 2008 Smiles on Daniel, Gordon Ramsay, OthersNew York’s little red book, the 2008 Zagat guide, is out today. It is more significant to the restaurant world than the Michelin guide, and for good reason: The same people who use it are the ones who write it. So what if it’s a popularity contest? Life is a popularity contest. There were some minor shakeups in this year’s rankings, such as Union Square Cafe retaking its sibling Gramercy as most popular restaurant, and Daniel retaking the top spot in cuisine from Le Bernardin. But the more interesting points required a slightly closer look.