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  1. edouardo jordan
    What You Need to Know About the Allegations Against Star Chef Edouardo JordanAccording to a Seattle Times report, 15 women have accused the chef of sexual misconduct
  2. previews
    Here’s Where You’ll Be Eating NextSaraghina Caffè, Sixty Three Clinton, Runner Up, and more.
  3. reopening
    Everything You Need to Know About Eating in Restaurants Right NowThe world has changed. So have dining rooms.
  4. small bites
    Free Costco Samples Are Back, BabyNature is healing, etc.
  5. silver linings
    In Praise of Small MenusTrue luxury is having someone else make decisions for you.
  6. 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.
  7. produce section
    A Year Without CeltuceWhen restaurants closed, farmers did their best to pivot. Now, the chefs are coming back.
  8. 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!”
  9. dumplings
    Brooklyn Dumpling Shop Is the Latest Attempt to Modernize the AutomatAre contact-free chicken-Parm dumplings the way of the future?
  10. chains
    Unlikely Public-Health Advocate McDonald’s Wants to Help America Get VaxxedIf free doughnuts couldn’t do it, maybe informative coffee cups can?
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. reopening
    NYC’s Summer of Hedonism Will Start Even Earlier Than Expected, Cuomo SaysThe governor wants to have everything back at full capacity before the end of the month.
  14. veggies
    Eleven Madison Park Will Reopen Next Month With a Fully Plant-Based Menu“It was clear that after everything we all experienced this past year, we couldn’t open the same restaurant.”
  15. reopening
    NYC Rejoices As COVID ‘Snack’ Rule Is Set to End and Bar Seating ReturnsNew Yorkers can once again order a drink without the need to get a sandwich, too.
  16. reports
    What You Need to Know About the Troubling Times Report on the Willows InnAnother star chef, and another spate of horrifying allegations.
  17. the group portrait
    Photo: The Activists Bringing Justice to CannabisThey believe legalization isn’t about weed but about equity and restitution.
  18. the office
    Looking Back at the Truly Debauched Office Holiday PartyAfter cocktails in the conference room, it could get a little sleazy.
  19. openings
    Inside Stretch, Wylie Dufresne’s Sold-out Pizza Pop-up“I was like, You know what, this pizza oven’s here. Why don’t I make pizza?
  20. summer of hedonism
    Confirmed: It Will Now Be the Summer of the Cosmopolitan“It’s such a democratic drink.”
  21. produce section
    The Ramps Are Here, and This Year, That’s Actually ExcitingPeople will tell you ramps taste like stronger leeks or garlicky scallions, but what ramps actually taste like is anticipation.
  22. everything you need to know
    How to (Legally) Smoke Marijuana in New York CityWhat you can do now and what will happen over time.
  23. smoke alarm
    Recreational Weed Is Immediately Legal in New YorkThe city’s summer of hedonism gets an early start.
  24. reopening
    How New York’s Open Streets Program Will Work in 2021Neighborhoods are gearing up for season two.
  25. the grub street diet
    Cartoonist Emily Flake Bakes Pie to Show Off“This is literally the only thing I will ever brag about.”
  26. chains
    Krispy Kreme Vaccine Doughnut Deal Also Available to Anti-VaxxersFree doughnuts for everyone, basically.
  27. pressing questions
    What on Earth Is in This Man’s Cinnamon Toast Crunch?He says it’s … shrimp.
  28. the future
    After the Pandemic, Where Will Delivery Go?It is supposedly the future of restaurants, but is it the future we still want?
  29. luxury fruit
    Why Do These Strawberries Cost $5 Each?Everything you need to know about the “Tesla of strawberries.”
  30. food tv
    Bon Appétit Drama Set to Become HBO Max ComedyA new series is in development for the streaming platform.
  31. grocery stores
    New York Grocery Stores Are Uniquely Weird. That’s Why They’re Important.Of course they’re mediocre, but that’s sort of the whole point.
  32. coronavirus
    NYC’s Indoor Dining Limit Will Rise to 50 Percent Next Week“We are encouraged by the continued decline in infection and hospitalization rates,” the governor said.
  33. coming soon
    Angie Mar’s Beatrice Revamp Gets a New Name and an Opening WindowLes Trois Chevaux is set to open this spring
  34. culinary school
    We Graduated Culinary School. Now What?Training to work in an industry in peril.
  35. indoor dining
    Peter Luger Is Filling Its Dining Room With Wax FiguresHave a drink with fake Don Draper, perhaps.
  36. debates
    Hamantaschen Are Perfect, Thank You Very Much“I was actually surprised that there’s a smear campaign…”
  37. reopening
    NYC Bumps Indoor Dining Up to 35 Percent Starting Next Friday“Now’s the time to start doing more reopening,” says Andrew Cuomo.
  38. who ya gonna call?
    Ghost Kitchens Will Always Be DumbThey are not, in fact, the future of restaurants.
  39. reopening
    How NYC’s Bars and Restaurants Are Preparing for the Return of Indoor Dining“We’re not thrilled about it.”
  40. advertising
    Oatly’s Super Bowl Ad Was Awful — But Oat Milk Is GreatFeaturing Oatly’s CEO, the ad received instant backlash online.
  41. coronavirus
    Indoor Dining Can Return to NYC on Valentine’s DayGovernor Andrew Cuomo says the city is on track to reopen dining rooms at 25 percent capacity on February 14.
  42. lawsuits
    What on Earth Is in Subway’s Tuna?Subway says it’s tuna. A lab, and a lawsuit, claim it’s something else.
  43. apps
    The Surprising Joy of Leftover PastriesA new app makes days much more exciting.
  44. encounter
    147 Minutes With the ‘Accidental Voice for Chinatown’When COVID-19 arrived, Grace Young knew what she had to do.
  45. changes
    Joe Biden Has Already Removed Trump’s Oval Office Diet Coke ButtonPlenty of changes at the White House.
  46. strikes
    What’s Happening at the Hunts Point Produce Market?Workers are on strike, and some experts warn it could affect the city’s produce supplies.
  47. tater time
    Potatoes Will Make Their Triumphant Return to Taco Bell’s MenuNow do Mexican Pizza.
  48. shutdowns
    With Democrats in Control of Congress, Hope Rises for Restaurant Relief“We feel pretty good that we can get the bill passed.”
  49. public health
    When Can New York’s Grocery Store Workers Get Vaccinated?According to current projections, the state’s grocery workers will be eligible by the end of the month.
  50. the great outdoors
    A Full Taxonomy of New York’s Winter StreeteriesBundle up and dig in.
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