This week’s issue, appropriately, spans the globe. The foodie’s guide to traveling tells you where to eat in vacation spots from Taipei to the Berkshires, but really, there’s no need for you to even leave town. Adam Platt is turning Japanese (we really think so) with a double review of Soto and BarFry; Gael Greene stops into Pamplona to run with Alex Ureña’s newly mainstreamed cuisine; and Rob and Robin (in a new feature called “Tools of the Trade”) describe in detail the secrets of a new oven brought over from Italy to Una Pizza Napoletana. Meanwhile, grapes and white truffles abound, there are two restaurants on Avenue B, and all is good with the world, or at least our little corner of it in New York.
Winter Travel: Ideas for Foodies
Outside the Bento Box
Insatiable Critic: Pamplona
Restaurant Openings: 18 Avenue B, Bocca di Bacco, and Back Forty
The Oven of His Dreams
The Short List: Euro Be Damned (truffle season)
The Short List: Extended Hours