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Kevin Morby Depends on Noodle Soup

“It’s a magical elixir for a vocalist.”
  1. recommended by experts
    The Best Pots and Pans, According to ChefsMost say you want a mix of dependable stainless steel, decent nonstick, and workhorse cast-iron cookware.
  2. nightlife
    Stumbling Into Bushwick’s New Vegan Jazz Club“This should be the lifestyle for musicians and artists.”
  3. openings
    Emmett’s on Grove Is a West Village Version of a Wisconsin Supper ClubIt opens tonight with Chicago-style thin-crust pizza and baby back ribs.
  4. openings
    French Bistro Marian’s Opens in the West VillageChef Christian Rowan cooked at Bouley and Le Bernardin.
  5. decisions decisions
    Omicron Is Coming. Should You Still Dine Indoors?Some pros and cons to consider before your next meal out.
  6. what to eat
    An Eggplant Sandwich With a Story to TellA sturdy lunch in Bed-Stuy that’s assembled with decades of experience.
  7. red meat
    Welcome to the Beach Cafe, the Upper East Side’s Republican CheersAnn Coulter, Cindy Adams, and Donald Jr. hang out there; try the (Roger) Stone Burger.
  8. scoundrels
    The New Way Restaurants Are Fighting Back Against ThievesRestaurant owners are turning to social media to track down stolen property. It works surprisingly well.
  9. openings
    How New York Is Finding Comfort in the Food of Eastern EuropeWe can still depend on dumplings.
  10. the grub street diet
    Dhamaka Chef Chintan Pandya Is Picky With His Samosas“I’m a very simple guy, taste-wise”
  11. interviews
    Meet the Man Baking Free Pies for Laid-Off JournalistsPeople with jobs can purchase them too.
  12. reopenings
    How a Shuttered Islanders Bar Was Reborn Inside the Team’s New ArenaIslanders die-hards will get another chance to visit Offside Tavern when it reopens in the team’s new arena this weekend.
  13. scary stuff
    I Horror-Movied My Meals With a New A24 CookbookHorror Caviar is, like the films that inspired it, both unsettling and impressively polished.
  14. interviews
    Daniel Rose Is Ready for Some MagicAs the chef’s hit restaurant reopens, our restaurant critic asks whether there’s still a market for this style of grand French dining.
  15. chef shuffle
    Daniel Humm Is Leaving His London Restaurant Over Vegan Vision“This is not the path we wish to follow here at Claridge’s at the moment.”
  16. neighborhoods
    Take a Trip Around Little Yemen“I’ve been in the Bronx for 20 years — I never expected that this would happen.”
  17. the grub street diet
    Gentefied Creators Marvin Lemus and Linda Yvette Chávez Can Find the Good Pozole“I grew up on my Mamá Fina’s menudo, but gotdamn does this pozole hit the spot.”
  18. etiquette
    This Is Not the Time to Start Ghosting RestaurantsReservation no-shows are up at the worst possible moment.
  19. advertising
    Megan Thee Stallion and Fast Food’s Ongoing Pursuit of Black Buy-inCan Hottie Sauce rise above the industry’s complicated past?
  20. the underground gourmet
    Barbuto Is Back AgainAnd so is the roast chicken and kale salad … but not Jonathan Waxman’s beard.
  21. openings
    Tropical Cocktails Meet Modern Techniques at Sunken Harbor Club“We didn’t want every drink to be just a big bucket of rum and juice,” St. John Frizell says.
  22. restaurant review
    Restaurant Review: Hawksmoor Is a Steakhouse Where You Can Order the FishLike the best modern steak joints, the British import is more proper restaurant than beef specialist.
  23. the grub street diet
    Lucy Dacus Believes Vegans Try Harder“Only recently have I really committed to the fact that food makes me so happy.”
  24. people’s choice
    The Best Air Fryers on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic Reviewers“From prep to sitting down, we were enjoying delish wings in less than 20 minutes, tender with crispy outside and using zero oil!”
  25. beans
    We’re Finally Getting a Beans EmojiAt long last, some respect for legumes.
  26. encounter
    A Night at the Door With New York’s Most Legendary Bouncer“It puts the golden seal on your club to have him outside.”
  27. sleighing it
    SantaCon Warns New York It’s Coming Back Next MonthIt isn’t always pretty when nature heals.
  28. fluff
    Help! What’s a S’moagie?A new sandwich innovation is pushing the boundaries of the genre.
  29. reopening
    New York Chefs Are Prepping — and Praying — for a Blockbuster Thanksgiving“I’m trying to be extremely, extremely optimistic.”
  30. rip
    RIP to the ‘Father of Tiramisu’Ado Campeol, who owned the restaurant often credited with inventing the Italian dessert, was 93.
  31. profiles
    An Afghan Destination That Has Felt Like Home for a Quarter-CenturyBalkh Shish Kabab House is a perfect kind of New York restaurant.
  32. 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.
  33. the grub street diet
    Author Rax King Will Absolutely Eat a Surprise Cheeseburger“I’m a grease goblin, horny beyond belief for cholesterol.”
  34. gifts they might actually want
    The Best Gifts for Beer Lovers, According to Brewers and Beer LoversBecause you can do better than a novelty beer helmet.
  35. tipping
    A New Restaurant Is Asking Customers to Tip Its Kitchen Staff, TooAt Church & Union, it’s one way to address the disparity between kitchen and service employees.
  36. autumnal concerns
    Should You Care About Thanksgiving This Year?We’re four weeks out. It’s time to decide.
  37. reopening
    It’s Time to Bring Back Paper MenusNo more QR codes, please.
  38. reopening
    Will Our Streeteries Become Siberias?The city is cracking down. Customers are headed indoors. It could be a long, lonely winter for New York’s outdoor diners.
  39. restaurant review
    Restaurant Review: Down Home and Meat Free at CadenceChef Shenarri Freeman channels the spirit of soul food using only plants (and Beyond Meat).
  40. the grub street diet
    Bryant Terry’s Superfoods Are Black-Eyed Peas, Collards, and Sweet Potatoes“There’s that deep connection through real memories.”
  41. underground gourmet quick bite
    St. Jardim Isn’t Your Everyday All-Day CaféMoravian Muscat, labneh omelets, and Brazilian banana candy on a prime people-watching West Village corner.
  42. the food biz
    Santa Fe BK Experiments With an Innovative Way to Pay All Employees Fairly“The busier you are, the more money you make.”
  43. vax mandate
    Here’s Another Reason to Be Happy In-N-Out Never Opened in New YorkThe chain is at the center of another vaccine-mandate controversy.
  44. reopening
    How One Acclaimed Restaurant Survived Two Brutal YearsWhen COVID arrived, Sofreh’s success didn’t matter.
  45. autumnal things
    Apple-Picking Is Too EasyIs this really such a great use of our time?
  46. the grub street diet
    Brooklyn Net Joe Harris Misses His Mom’s Cheesecake“She ran a little catering business on the side.”
  47. coming soon
    Here Comes Cafe SpaghettiChef Sal Lamboglia is heading home to Brooklyn.
  48. 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.”
  49. rip
    Anne Saxelby Made New York a Better Place to EatThe food world is mourning her death and celebrating her outsize impact.
  50. restaurant review
    Dame Is Redefining the Upscale Seafood RestaurantChef Ed Szymanski serves full-flavored cooking with mom-and-pop attention to detail.
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Openings

Stumbling Into Bushwick’s New Vegan Jazz Club
Stumbling Into Bushwick’s New Vegan Jazz Club

Closings

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