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Chef Alexander Smalls Always Says Yes to Duck Eggs

“I graduated from quail to duck. For me, it’s a more fertile taste.”
  1. it’s soup season
    Everything You Need to Know About ‘Soup Mother’A new name for an ancient approach to cooking — and something we all might want to try.
  2. the food biz
    Battle of the Roasted Garlic AchaarsA Trader Joe’s knockoff has put condiment-maker Brooklyn Delhi in a pickle.
  3. killed it
    It’s Time to Bid Adieu to Cooking With ParisMaybe Paris Hilton’s cooking show was just too complicated for a world that values easy answers.
  4. endorsements
    A Sharper, Snappier, Picklier Health SaladPoulet Sans Tête’s version goes heavy on the cucumbers and skips the sugar.
  5. restaurant review
    Dining and Dashing at SemmaAttempting to savor South Indian delights during a COVID surge.
  6. rip
    Good-bye to Ed Schoenfeld, a Man Who Changed the Way New York AteThe restaurateur and food-world impresario has passed away.
  7. urban forager
    At Té Company, the Persimmons Are Hung Up to Dry“The old way of preserving ingredients — for me, it’s fascinating.”
  8. the grub street diet
    Starlee Kine Spends Lunch Breaks With Her Dog“For every human that left the city, it seems a dog has been added.”
  9. reopening
    How Bad Has Omicron Been for New York’s Restaurants?As with everything these days, it depends who you ask.
  10. closings
    Why the Closing of New York’s Lexus Restaurant Is a Real LossAgainst all odds, it served as a worthy passport to food from around the world.
  11. 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.
  12. omicron
    Now We Have to Worry About Groceries, Too?Store shelves are looking emptier for some very real reasons.
  13. members only
    New York’s First NFT Restaurant Is Coming Soon. Wait — What?You’ve got questions. We’ve got (some) answers.
  14. best in class
    25 of the Very Best Drinking GlassesTwenty-one interior designers and service-industry professionals weigh in on their favorite glasses for water, juice, iced tea, or something stronger.
  15. reopening
    The Restaurant Industry Has Always Treated Sick Workers With No RemorseWill anything change because of Omicron?
  16. the grub street diet
    Actor Jeff Hiller Is Eating His Feelings“My husband does basically all of the cooking and I just reap the benefits.”
  17. reopening
    Eric Adams Has Already Lost New York’s Restaurant WorkersThat was fast!
  18. cheers
    To-Go Drinks Are Coming Back, Governor Hochul Says“Cheers, New York.”
  19. what to eat
    The Time for Stuffed Peppers Is NowEspecially at Dhamaka.
  20. ugh
    The Biggest Problems Facing New York’s Restaurants Right NowThings are still weird.
  21. strange days
    Grub Street’s Dining Resolutions for 2022 and BeyondTwo dozen ideas to help ring in an unusual New Year.
  22. year in review
    New York’s 20 Most-Read Stories in 2021The articles our readers were most deeply engaged with this year.
  23. where to eat
    Adam Platt’s 12 Best Restaurants of 2021New York Magazine’s restaurant critic eats his way through a changing city, reconnecting with old favorites and discovering new ones.
  24. luxury mustard
    At Least the Snacks Were Fantastic in 2021The year in boutique provisions.
  25. gifts they might actually want
    It’s Too Late for Shipping, But These E-Gift Cards Will Arrive on TimeIt’s better than nothing.
  26. the grub street diet
    The 55 Best Lines From 2021’s Grub Street Diets“Being on the subway with a book, heading toward a meal, I honestly can’t think of anything better …”
  27. omicron
    At Balthazar, COVID Cases Are Up and Staff Morale Is Down“It’s like they don’t care at all.”
  28. interview
    Painting With Frankies Co-founder Frank Falcinelli“To create a space and then to create in the space is always very rewarding.”
  29. reopening
    As Omicron Surges, Restaurants Are ScramblingOwners are extending temporary COVID closures into next week and next year.
  30. restaurant review
    Lodi Brings a Touch of Milano to MidtownIgnacio Mattos’s menu is filled with elevated, expertly sourced classics mostly from the north of Italy.
  31. the grub street diet
    Naomi Ekperigin Wants to Take Her Dog to Trader Joe’s“I’m not a white woman. I don’t know if I’ll be able to get away with it.”
  32. openings
    Jody Williams and Rita Sodi Go Domestic With the Commerce InnHeirloom American recipes and tavern-style drinks in a historic West Village space.
  33. reopening
    Omicron Is Here. For Restaurant Workers, It’s Déjà Vu.“Everyone has fatigue.”
  34. what to eat
    A Seafood Dish That Aims for a Different Kind of SustainabilityAt Brooklyn’s June, chef Diego Moya has a new kitchen and a plan to help his cooks thrive.
  35. pop-ups
    Pizza Obsessive Anthony Mangieri Is Also a Panettone AddictThe dough maven is finally doing slices … but not of pizza.
  36. the underground gourmet
    An L.A. Chef Comes to New York Bearing PancakesBreakfast by Salt’s Cure’s Chris Phelps has been making his signature dish since he was 2.
  37. the simple life
    Why Were 17,000 People on a Wait List for This Granola?A cereal that never goes out of style but is somehow always coming into fashion.
  38. alphabet city
    What New York Will Lose If Casa Adela ClosesThe Loisaida favorite is facing a rent hike.
  39. year in review
    Grub Street’s 20 Most-Read Stories of 2021A peculiar year filled with highs, lows, and too many espresso martinis.
  40. pronti…cosante…cottura al forno!
    A Victory Chat With Giuseppe Dell’Anno, Great British Bake Off’s Michelangelo“I never felt that the other bakers were competitors. That said, I was convinced 100 percent that Jürgen was going to win from day one.”
  41. the grub street diet
    Tim Blake Nelson Is a Sucker for Squid“All I needed to hear was ‘squid-ink tagliatelle.’”
  42. encounter
    Daniel Boulud Isn’t Done YetA very busy hour with New York City’s most overworked megachef.
  43. to all a good night
    Are We Ready to Be Festive?How restaurants are handling a very weird season for holiday parties.
  44. underground gourmet quick bite
    Breads Bakery’s Black-and-White Tastes As Good As It LooksIf you can’t fix it, laminate it!
  45. at the greenmarket
    Inside Union Square Greenmarket’s Festive EvergreeneryFor four weeks a year, some vendors rely on a distinctly inedible cash crop.
  46. copycats
    The Spicy Mystery of New Spicy VillageHas one of Chinatown’s best restaurants expanded, or did former employees quietly open a copycat business?
  47. shortages
    Life Without Cream CheeseWe are learning the hard way that cream cheese is truly irreplaceable.
  48. hot plate
    What to Eat, Read, and Shop for Right NowA seldom-seen Neapolitan pizza, David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum’s weighty tome, and Hungarian breakfast for lunch.
  49. reopening
    NYC’s Indoor-Dining Vaccine Mandate Is ExpandingTwo doses are now required for anyone 12 and older.
  50. restaurant review
    Review: Hillary Sterling’s Wood-Fired Cooking Shines at Ci SiamoThe food seems designed to lure New Yorkers out of their apartments and back into crowded dining rooms.
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Openings

Jody Williams and Rita Sodi Go Domestic With the Commerce Inn
Jody Williams and Rita Sodi Go Domestic With the Commerce Inn

Closings

Why the Closing of New York’s Lexus Restaurant Is a Real Loss
Why the Closing of New York’s Lexus Restaurant Is a Real Loss