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Lauren Elkies Schram
Is A-Rod Grocery Changing Its Name?
There’s got to be a way to name it after Jeter.
DOH Handing Out Hepatitis A Shots After UWS Fruit Scare
If you ate anything from the Westside Market on Broadway, you’ll want to read this.
The Spaghetti Incident
Gwyneth Paltrow Does Not Want to Touch Your Carbs
Now you know, so don’t ask.
Whole Foods Struggles to Move Past ‘Whole Paycheck’ Reputation
Coupons! Flash sales! Buy-one-get-one free-range chicken!
Blue-Collar Coffee Brand Folgers Outsells Starbucks
It’s also the coffee of choice for indie bands who like to sing about it in open fields.
Poll That Calls New Yorkers Arrogant Also Says We Eat Well
It’s because we’ve got the cronut and the ramen burger, obv.
Cops Say ‘No’ to House of Yes on Its Final Night
Speakeasy, or just apply for a liquor license.
America Officially Runs Out of Things to Deep-fry
When you resort to deep-frying gummy worms, it’s time to find a new cooking method.
Dovetail Latest High-End Restaurant Dealing With DOH Headaches
The Michelin-starred restaurant currently has a C-level report and is awaiting reinspection.
The Price Is Wrong
Restaurants Still Charge ‘Luxury’ Prices for Cheap-Ass Lobster
Lobster prices are at an all-time low, but restaurants keep charging for it as if it’s a rare delicacy.
The Writing Room Moves Into Former Elaine’s Space
The name is a nod to famed Elaine’s customers Woody Allen and Norman Mailer.
Influential Spanish Cookbook Author Penelope Casas Has Died
The writer, often credited with introducing Spanish food to America, was 70.
BLT Fish Employee Arrested Mid-Service for Alleged Theft
Customers were shocked to see a uninformed employee led through the dining room in cuffs.
Soda Makes Kids More Violent, Says a New Study
Five-year-olds who drank four sodas a day were twice as likely to get into fights and break stuff.
Broome Street’s Well-Loved Café Café Closing on Sunday
Claire Danes and Hugh Dancy were reportedly regulars.
Hill Country Chicken Is Hiring Sandy-Displaced Workers
The restaurant is looking to hire those temporarily out of a job.