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Here’s Another Reason to Be Happy In-N-Out Never Opened in New York

The chain is at the center of another vaccine-mandate controversy.
  1. reopening
    How One Acclaimed Restaurant Survived Two Brutal YearsWhen COVID arrived, Sofreh’s success didn’t matter.
  2. autumnal things
    Apple-Picking Is Too EasyIs this really such a great use of our time?
  3. the grub street diet
    Brooklyn Net Joe Harris Misses His Mom’s Cheesecake“She ran a little catering business on the side.”
  4. coming soon
    Here Comes Cafe SpaghettiChef Sal Lamboglia is heading home to Brooklyn.
  5. profile
    The Post-COVID, Post-Manhattan Plans of Keith McNally“I’ve nothing in the bank and need to earn money while I still can.”
  6. rip
    Anne Saxelby Made New York a Better Place to EatThe food world is mourning her death and celebrating her outsize impact.
  7. restaurant review
    Dame Is Redefining the Upscale Seafood RestaurantChef Ed Szymanski serves full-flavored cooking with mom-and-pop attention to detail.
  8. the grub street diet
    Broadway’s Norm Lewis Is Back in Show Form“When I was doing Phantom or Porgy and Bess, I was living like a monk.”
  9. hot plate
    What to Eat, Cook, and Shop for Right NowRick Bayless’s terrific tortas, Hillary Sterling’s latest pasta innovation, Fly by Jing’s fiery hot pot base, and more.
  10. drama
    The Espresso Martini Is the Hottest Drink on the Planet. Bartenders Hate It.“No more! Please! No more espresso martinis!”
  11. icons
    Welcome to the JuliaverseA spate of new film and television projects aim to explore every detail of Julia Child’s life and legacy.
  12. lists
    The ‘World’s 50 Best Restaurants’ Are Back for 2021Have you heard of this place called Noma?
  13. reopening
    Study: 51 Percent of Small Restaurants Couldn’t Pay September RentThe restaurant industry is still in deep trouble.
  14. field notes
    Who Wants Caviar at a Time Like This?Fine dining confronts a perilous new threat: irrelevance.
  15. encounter
    Talking (And Shopping) With Superiority Burger’s Brooks HeadleyAs he prepares to expand his deceptively ambitious, Greenmarket-fueled veggie-burger joint.
  16. the grub street diet
    Artist Rob Pruitt Is a Sucker for Martha Stewart’s CBD Gummies“It would be a fun afternoon for us to try all the flavors.”
  17. beef
    How to Eat in Eleven Madison Park’s ‘Secret Meat Room’The word is out: Daniel Humm still serves (some) beef at his high-end vegetable restaurant.
  18. gifts they might actually want
    There’s No Need to Worry About Shipping Delays When You Send These E-Gift CardsIt’s not our best gift idea, but sometimes it’s the only option.
  19. plant-based
    6 Stellar Sweets Minus the Dairy and EggsSprinkle-spangled Pop-Tarts, lemon tea cake, a cinnamon-roll doughnut, and more.
  20. plant-based
    Inside Eleven Madison Park’s Fermentation StationA peek at the secret-weapon flavor enhancers on the newly meatless menu.
  21. vaccine mandates
    What Will It Take to End New York’s Vaccine Mandate?It’s still unclear what needs to happen before the rules are lifted.
  22. homecoming
    Welcome Back, Sandra Lee. I’ve Missed You.She’s living the post-breakup-repatriation fantasy of my dreams.
  23. q&a
    Eric Adams Wants to Change the Way We EatIf elected mayor this fall, will he try to veganize New York?
  24. the dish
    Cadence’s Southern-Fried Lasagna Is a Vegan Masterpiece“I’m really proud of this dish,” says executive chef Shenarri Freeman. “It’s innovative and futuristic.”
  25. plant-based
    Are Vegetables Winning?From celery-root muffulettas to eggplant unagi, plant-based food is sweeping the city.
  26. the grub street diet
    T-Pain’s Favorite Drinks Always Get Too ExpensiveClubs are like, ‘Well, we heard a rapper talk about it so now this is $1,200 more than last week …’”
  27. food delivery
    What You Need to Know About NYC’s New Delivery-App LawsThe City Council just passed a historic set of protections for delivery workers
  28. politics
    NYC Passes Landmark Legislation to Help Food-Delivery WorkersThe first-of-its-kind measure will establish minimum payments for workers, access to bathrooms, and more.
  29. restaurant review
    Daniel Boulud’s Le Pavillon Is Everything You’d ExpectBut are we ready for it yet?
  30. reopening
    Outdoor Dining Saved My Business. Now We Must Save Open Restaurants.The program has proven itself to be a transformative power for good.
  31. reopening
    Blue Hill at Stone Barns Will Return Next Month“563 days of not being Blue Hill got us thinking about what should come next.”
  32. encounter
    The Apple Expert Who Turned New York City Into His Personal Orchard“Some of the best fruit I’ve ever tasted has been from the you-might-die places … ”
  33. buzz
    Horchoffee, a Drink That’s Both Delicious and DivisiveAs the horchata-coffee hybrid’s popularity grows, so does the controversy around its origins.
  34. interviews
    The Bartender Who Quit Cocktails to Become a Mortician“I had been thinking about it for years, but just trying to survive in New York — you’re constantly in that rat race and just trying to make enough.”
  35. openings
    A New Pizza Joint That Feels Like It’s Been There ForeverConsidering the almighty slice at Mo’s General in Williamsburg.
  36. the grub street diet
    Elizabeth Bruenig Is Already in Fall Mode“I wolfed down the last Pumpkin & Spice Siggi’s while flipping pancakes for the kids.”
  37. people’s choice
    The Best Hot Sauces on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic ReviewersIncluding a sauce that one reviewer says is “hotter than hell itself.”
  38. encounter
    A Chef Prepares to Step OutJackie Carnesi is building her first kitchen, both figuratively and literally.
  39. pop-ups
    What It’s Really Like to Build an Instagram Bakery From ScratchAt Pan Rico, balancing pastries and paychecks.
  40. underground gourmet quick bite
    7th Street Burger Has One of the Best New Burgers in TownSubstitutions, customizations, and special requests are not encouraged.
  41. breaking
    Noma Finally Receives Three Michelin StarsIt’s the last remaining feather — foraged from a wild duck, no doubt — in Rene Redzepi’s cap.
  42. restaurant review
    Iris Is an Unexpected and Welcome Oasis in MidtownJohn Fraser is cooking wonderful Greek and Turkish food again.
  43. cityscape
    Revolt of the Delivery WorkersExploited by apps. Attacked by thieves. Unprotected by police. The city’s 65,000 bikers have only themselves to count on.
  44. the grub street diet
    Natalie Morales Cooks Like She’s on Chopped “What can I make from these weird combinations?”
  45. do the robot
    The Saladbots Are ComingAt Sweetgreen, Skynet meets the Caesar.
  46. reopenings
    Inside the New Fort Defiance, Now Open in Red HookOwner St. John Frizell has moved to a fresh, bigger space up the street.
  47. unemployment
    Why the End of Enhanced Unemployment Won’t Solve Restaurants’ Staffing CrisisIt doesn’t change anything for people who have moved on from jobs that weren’t working for them.
  48. insights
    How Our Friends Affect Our FoodTastes change. Our companions are a major reason why.
  49. the grub street diet
    Comedian Grace Kuhlenschmidt Likes a Thick Spread“Beet hummus is so femme but so butch.”
  50. fall preview 2021
    21 Fall Restaurant Openings You Need to Know AboutFrom a destination pizza pop-up to Chicago-style baby-back ribs.
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Openings

Here Comes Cafe Spaghetti
Here Comes Cafe Spaghetti

Closings

Volare Was a Secret Treasure, Hiding in Plain Sight
Volare Was a Secret Treasure, Hiding in Plain Sight