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  1. ukraine invasion
    You Won’t Be Able to Get a Big Mac in Moscow Ever AgainMcDonald’s is pulling out of Russia entirely as Putin’s invasion of Ukraine drags on — ending an era that began with promise.
  2. the grub street diet
    Rick Martínez Enjoys a Big Gathering“My ultimate fear in life is that I’m going to have a party and no one’s going to show up.”
  3. the year i ate new york
    Opening Night at the Potato PalaceDaniel Boulud’s latest restaurant, Le Gratin, is a low-key affair, for now.
  4. report
    The Fascinating Mystery of Anna Wintour’s ‘Go-to’ LunchCan you even call this a salad?
  5. lawsuits
    Mario Batali Acquitted in Boston Assault TrialThe chef still faces a civil suit.
  6. commentary
    Nobody Wins When Cops Harass Fruit VendorsOutrage was sparked by the arrest of María Falcon, a street vendor who works in a Brooklyn subway station.
  7. the underground gourmet
    This 86-Year-Old Nonna Is Known As the Pasta Machine“During the pandemic, I’d drop off flour outside her door and she’d give me pasta. It was like a drug deal.”
  8. restaurant review
    The Hotel Chelsea’s El Quijote Is Back and Better Than EverFew revivals have been more successful or unexpected than that of the 1930s-era Spanish restaurant.
  9. chef shuffle
    A Chef Walks Into a Comedy Club …Einat Admony is working on her material and the menu at the Comedy Cellar.
  10. the grub street diet
    Kilolo Strobert Loves That Breakfast Offers Unlimited Possibilities“You can eat anything you want!”
  11. first taste
    The $30 Steakhouse DinnerSkirt Steak offers a familiar combo of charred meat, all-you-can-eat fries, and long lines to get in.
  12. the year i ate new york
    A Sandwich That’s Worth 192 Minutes on the SubwayFresh mootz on the first nice day of the year.
  13. rsvp
    The Dinners That Preserve a 400-Year-Old Puppeteering TraditionViennese cakes, Moravian wine, and marionettes at the Czecho-Slovak-Moravian-Silesian-Romani-Ruthenian-Polish-Hungarian-American Club.
  14. interview
    Bar Pitti at 30Chatting with Giovanni Tognozzi on the occasion of his three decades in business.
  15. interview
    The ‘Tumultuous’ Two-Year Journey to Take Over a Rockaways IconCatching up with the new owners of Connolly’s.
  16. the grub street diet
    Joel Kim Booster Has Mastered ‘Blender Chicken’It’s an old-school bodybuilder thing that I saw on YouTube one time.”
  17. openings
    Making the Spaghetti at Cafe SpaghettiChef Sal Lamboglia’s perfectly named ode to the cuisine of Bensonhurst opens next week in Carroll Gardens.
  18. the year i ate new york
    The Last Thing New York Needs Is Another Wine BarAnd yet, our diner-at-large has found a few new ones that she really loves.
  19. report
    Bellucci vs. BellucciNew York’s next great pizza feud is here.
  20. trendlet
    How to Drink Like an Italian at New York’s Top Aperitivo BarsThere’s much more to it than the Aperol spritz.
  21. commentary
    Tipping Fatigue May Be Real. But Don’t Take It Out On Restaurant Workers.A tip is not charity. It isn’t really optional, either.
  22. hot plate
    The Hummus We’ve Been Missing, Dueling Rosés, and More Food NewsWhat to eat, drink, and shop for right now.
  23. business
    When Smoke Gets in Your WineGrowers, vintners, and scientists are scrambling to protect California’s prized Napa Cab from the aftertaste of wildfires.
  24. restaurant review
    Culinary Time Travel With Some Bumps in the Road at Commerce Inn“I couldn’t help pining for a proper pub burger … or even a helping of mashed potatoes.”
  25. drinks
    Wellness Is Dead. Long Live the Martini.“I watch these kids hammering martinis and I’m like, good Lord.”
  26. the grub street diet
    Lady Bunny Gets Her Quesadillas From a Phantom Taco Truck“It’s rumored to be closed, but it still sometimes appears at odd hours.”
  27. the year i ate new york
    Who Has the Best View in New York?Let’s get high.
  28. openings
    Royal Rib House Returns to Bed-Stuy, Along With Its Famous LineThe soul-food restaurant’s reopening feels more like a reunion.
  29. scenes
    ‘Michael’s Is the Place Where the Deal Is Happening’The southern Brooklyn red-sauce joint where one dinner has the power to reshape the city.
  30. what to eat
    Lamb Rendang for a CrowdAt Piggyback, chef Leah Cohen makes a case for midtown.
  31. grub guide
    What to Order for Passover in NYCEight days with no bread? No problem.
  32. the grub street diet
    Molly Lambert Goes Feral for Smoked Salmon“I like anything you have to rip apart with your claws.”
  33. what to eat
    Ice-Cream Wizard Nick Morgenstern Explains Each of His 40 New FlavorsA new era dawns.
  34. the year i ate new york
    Tempura Matsui Still Delivers an Extravagant Omakase“Don’t be afraid of the hot.”
  35. best in class
    10 of the Very Best Water BottlesAlways be hydrating.
  36. openings
    Belgian Feather Bowling Flies Into BrooklynA bar game that’s as enjoyable as it is obscure.
  37. the underground gourmet
    Can New York Be a Great Herring Town Again?An undersung vestige of New York culinary history is the main event at a new Upper West Side sandwich shop.
  38. summer of hedonism take two
    Everything You Need to Know About the Return of To-Go CocktailsIt’s officially happening, at least for now.
  39. restaurant review
    Victoria Blamey Leaves Burgers Behind at MenaThe Chilean-born chef wants to challenge a crowd as much as please it.
  40. little ukraine
    A Journey Down the Borscht RiverEating my way through my ancestors’ food, again and again and again.
  41. the grub street diet
    Rex Chapman Ate Turkey Chili Every Day for a Year“I’m just weird like that.”
  42. openings
    The Rise of the GastrotavernAt Inga’s Bar and several other recently opened places, New York’s oldest style of restaurant gets new life.
  43. the year i ate new york
    Peter Luger, COVID StyleOur diner-at-large spends a week eating delivery at her desk.
  44. encounter
    Ursula Might Be America’s Best New Restaurant — It Definitely Needs to ChangeCan Eric See grow his vision while staying true to his values?
  45. openings
    Why Garbage Plates Are the Most Exciting New Food in BrooklynBrooklyn Hots has filled a surprising culinary void.
  46. closings
    When Red Sauce Went High FashionForlini’s, Vogue, and a classic New York revinvention.
  47. closings
    Who Actually Bought Forlini’s?The storied red-sauce joint’s owners have sold, but to whom?
  48. closings
    Angel’s Share Has Gone to Cocktail-Bar HeavenNew York’s original faux speakeasy is closed, although it may relocate.
  49. the grub street diet
    Chef Shenarri Freeman Is Tired of New York Fruit Prices“The fruit is so much better in other places. It’s also cheaper — or free.”
  50. fat city
    The Unapologetic Poetry of ‘All May Contain Lard’A menu disclaimer that’s also a mission statement.
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Openings

Opening Night at the Potato Palace
Opening Night at the Potato Palace

Closings

When Red Sauce Went High Fashion
When Red Sauce Went High Fashion