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Jean-Georges’s Sub Sandwich; Wine Dinner at La Slowteria
Plus: Jean-Georges creates a sandwich to benefit Sandy victims, more benefits, a special wine dinner at La Slowteria in Carroll Gardens, and more in today’s leftovers.
Eat Well: Family Meal in Carroll Gardens; Vegetarian Menus in the Meatpacking
Plus: healthy cocktails, food synergy, and more in our weekly roundup of healthy eating.
The Feeding Tube,
Total Zoo: Animal New York Launches Food Series ‘Animals Eating
How many foie gras doughnuts can you eat in a minute?
The New, Boozier Beagle Opens Saturday
The cocktail bar returns from summer vacation with a new look.
The Beagle Goes Small-Plates-Only
The quirky cocktail bar has revamped its food menu.
Slamming Poems and Sipping Drinks
Back Forty and the Academy of American poets team up to celebrate both things on April 21.
What to Eat
What to Eat — and Drink — on the Beagle’s Quirky New Brunch
Cheddar pancakes with foie gras maple syrup, perhaps?
The Other Critics
Sietsema Finds ‘the City’s Best’ Soup Dumplings at Shanghai
Plus: ‘The New Yorker’ on the Beagle, Asimov on Monkey Bar, and more of this week’s critical reviews.
Northeast by Northwest
Oregon Overhaul: Is New York About to Become New Portland?
Are the two cities actually culinary kindred spirits?
Barrel-Aging, the Trend, Is Aging Well
We’re not sick of barrel-aged cocktails yet, especially with cool techniques like “solera” to talk about.
In the Magazine
Platt on the Dutch and Leopard des Artistes; Dan Barber and Jim Meehan at the
Plus: the Robs head to Alphabet city, and a cucumber cocktail from Rouge Tomate.
First Look at the Beagle, an East Village Newcomer With a Portland Pedigree
Matthew Piacentini, owner of Portland’s buzzy Clyde Common, opens a “produce-driven creative American” restaurant.