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  1. encounter
    Victoria Blamey Is Free“I had never been presented with the opportunity to just do me.”
  2. pizza
    De Blasio’s Ranking of Pizza Toppings Is Only Somewhat WrongPeppers beat pineapples, and olives make an unexpectedly strong showing.
  3. previews
    Here’s Where You’ll Be Eating NextSaraghina Caffè, Sixty Three Clinton, Runner Up, and more.
  4. reopening
    Everything You Need to Know About Eating in Restaurants Right NowThe world has changed. So have dining rooms.
  5. nightlife
    56 Places We’ll Be Drinking, Dancing, and Hanging Out Too Late This SummerA sprawling sidewalk cocktail resort on the Lower East Side, a techno-heavy, clothing-light party in East Williamsburg, and more.
  6. rip
    The Instagram Memorial of Anthony BourdainWhy do so many people still leave comments each day?
  7. the return of restaurants
    Where Did You Go for Your First Big Post-Vaxx Meal Out?With Representative Carolyn Maloney, Padma Lakshmi, and more.
  8. reopening
    Now Is Not the Time to Skimp on TipsRestaurants are getting busier while struggling to staff up, and the people working have more on their plates.
  9. announcements
    Introducing are u coming?, a New Nightlife NewsletterLate night dispatches from a city ready to party.
  10. where to eat
    66 of the Best New (or Newly Relevant) Places to EatHere’s your official summer 2021 restaurant guide.
  11. the grub street diet
    Alice Waters Knows California Doesn’t Have It All“The tomatoes are good here but not like Jersey.”
  12. meat
    Can Jay Cutler Score With His New Meat Business?The former NFL pro has partnered with Pat LaFrieda on a subscription box.
  13. father’s day 2021
    The Best Gifts for Foodie DadsFoolproof ideas for the dad who says the quickest way to his heart is through his stomach.
  14. trailer mix
    Anthony Bourdain Leaves No Parts Unknown in His Roadrunner Documentary Trailer“Travel isn’t always pretty. You go away, you learn, you get scarred, marked, changed in the process.”
  15. juice
    Meet the Fashion World’s Favorite Juice PusherWhat New York lacks in Erewhon, we gain with Tom.
  16. small bites
    Free Costco Samples Are Back, BabyNature is healing, etc.
  17. reopening
    NYC’s Late-Night Restaurants Aren’t Fully Back — YetThe city continues to sleep.
  18. openings
    Casual, Community-Minded Dame Is the Restaurant We’ve Been Waiting ForIt’s the house that fish and chips built.
  19. silver linings
    In Praise of Small MenusTrue luxury is having someone else make decisions for you.
  20. the grub street diet
    Author Nico Walker Is Grateful For Coconut Margaritas“After all the bullshit in the past year, it was nice being in a bar in New York City, albeit outside, albeit it closed early.”
  21. reopenings
    Rejoice: Montero’s Reopens Tomorrow, Complete With KaraokeThe 82-year-old nautical dive bar has never been closed for this long.
  22. summer of hedonism
    Unsolicited Advice: Drink Medalla Light All Summer LongThe iconic Puerto Rican beer, now available in New York, was engineered for easy drinking during hot summer days.
  23. sailboats
    A Vintage Sailboat Is Ferrying Local Goodies From Hudson to BrooklynAnd back again, on the carbon-neutral schooner Apollonia
  24. essays
    What Did the Pandemic Teach Chefs About Accessibility?A disabled food writer contemplates returning to restaurant dining rooms.
  25. impostors
    Everything You Need to Know About the Meat Scandal Taking Over InstagramOne former employee alleges Belcampo Meat Co. isn’t as transparent as it seems.
  26. produce section
    A Year Without CeltuceWhen restaurants closed, farmers did their best to pivot. Now, the chefs are coming back.
  27. controversies
    A New Deli Copied Russ & Daughters’ Signature Style. Mishegoss Ensued.Who owns the phrase “Be a mensch?”
  28. hot plate
    What to Eat, Drink, and Read Right NowBemelmans’ martinis, Peter Hoffman’s new memoir, a gluten-free vegan cookie for hedonists, and more.
  29. restaurant review
    The Future of Sushi?At Rosella, local and sustainable sourcing trumps traditional supply chains.
  30. openings
    Margie’s Brings Seafood Towers and 100 Local Jobs to RockawayThe Rockaway Hotel’s flagship restaurant opens today.
  31. the grub street diet
    Bim Adewunmi Runs on Tea and Biscuits“I don’t know how I used to commute and go places and then sometimes go out after work!”
  32. dumplings
    Brooklyn Dumpling Shop Is the Latest Attempt to Modernize the AutomatAre contact-free chicken-Parm dumplings the way of the future?
  33. openings
    Birria LES Is the Halal Mexican Spot Blowing Up TikTokTacos and bone marrow-enriched consommé from a delightfully multicultural partnership.
  34. important opinions
    It’s Time to Abolish Corporate Food FestivalsCelebrity-chef-studded fests are back. Did we ever miss them?
  35. booze you can use
    Champagne Tries to Fix Its ProblemsThe beleaguered bubbly industry turns to the Hamptons to regain its sparkle.
  36. controversies
    Boardwalk Sabotage: Dead Fish and Rotting Meat Raise Tensions in the RockawaysConcessionaires confront a wave of “criminal mischief” just before the start of the busy summer season.
  37. reopening
    New York’s Hot Dog Vendors Are Ready for the Reopening“We decided we gotta stay alive and stay busy. We’re not sitting at home.”
  38. the grub street diet
    Lisa Lucas’s Foolproof Pick-Me-Up Is a Filet-O-Fish“I probably tricked myself into thinking that it’s the most virtuous thing on the menu.”
  39. this thing’s incredible
    The Secret Ingredient to My Cocktails (and Breakfast) Is This Dehydrator“The taste of whatever spirit is poured, be it a $10 bourbon or $100 Scotch, is made better by just one dehydrated orange slice.”
  40. openings
    All Night Skate Channels the Roller-Rink Parties of YesteryearThe retro-style bar has Pop Rock cocktails and a discount for showing up in skates.
  41. chains
    Unlikely Public-Health Advocate McDonald’s Wants to Help America Get VaxxedIf free doughnuts couldn’t do it, maybe informative coffee cups can?
  42. reopening
    As NYC Eases Restaurant Restrictions, Workers Brace for the Summer of Hedonism“Of course we want more business, but we don’t want a free-for-all.”
  43. encounter
    Natasha Pickowicz Wants to Get Into the DanknessThe pastry chef is in no rush to return to restaurants.
  44. supply chain
    At One White Street, They Don’t Write the Menu. They Plant It.“I don’t want to go to the farmers’ market at Union Square and fight for the same sunchoke that’s on every other menu.”
  45. chef shuffle
    Michael White Is Out at the Altamarea Restaurant GroupThe chef leaves a sprawling business empire that includes Marea, Ai Fiori, and more.
  46. revivals
    5 Lost Drinks and Dishes, RediscoveredCoronavirus culinary casualties that happily can be found elsewhere, including Pegu Club cocktails and Bar Sardine’s burger.
  47. the grub street diet
    Matt Sweeney Is a Vibe Guy“I put vibe over fancy food almost any day, for sure.”
  48. kicking the tires
    Michelin Is Awarding Stars Again. Here’s the Full List of New York Winners.After a COVID-related delay, the company’s latest rankings offer a few surprises.
  49. big delivery
    5 Big Reasons the Delivery ‘Boom’ May Soon Go BustA new study shows that 2020 was more of a bust for third-party platforms.
  50. veggies
    Why Daniel Humm’s Decision to Eliminate Meat Is a Huge DealHe’s not the first chef to embrace plant-based eating, but he has a singular platform to explain its benefits.
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