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  1. reopenings
    Txikito Is Back — FinallyThe neighborhood favorite is set to reopen after two-plus years of darkness.
  2. field notes
    A Final Trip to Papaya King on the Eve of Its Likely DestructionThe iconic hot-dog counter’s days appear numbered.
  3. openings
    Cocktail Royalty Rolls Into New YorkA version of the fabled Dukes martini is now being poured at the Hotel Chelsea’s Lobby Bar.
  4. openings
    Frenchette’s Chefs Open Midtown’s New Megabistro, Le RockLee Hanson and Riad Nasr’s new project is the latest restaurant to land in Rockefeller Center. It’s a big one.
  5. the year i ate new york
    Where to Eat Ice Cream Right NowNine under-the-radar scoops that I can’t stop thinking about.
  6. what to eat
    Bún Dau Mam Tôm Pops Up DowntownMam specializes in the Vietnamese street-food staple.
  7. nightlife
    How Secret Are the City’s Newest Speakeasies, Really?Surveying the newest hidden doors of New York.
  8. q&a
    Chef Flynn McGarry Is Done Being a ProdigyIt’s been a long, strange journey from precocious culinary whiz kid to grizzled big-city restaurateur.
  9. exits
    Our Restaurant Critic Says Good-byeAfter 22 years and one zillion meals, it’s time to move over.
  10. the year i ate new york
    I’ve Eaten at 200 Different Restaurants This Year. Here’s What I’ve Learned.100 tips from our diner-at-large.
  11. underground gourmet quick bite
    Little Myanmar’s Burmese Pancake Is Street Food Worth Sitting Down ForThe new restaurant brings Burmese cuisine back to the East Village.
  12. restaurant review
    At Patti Ann’s, the Kids’ Menu Is the Only MenuPigs in a blanket and chicken-fried pork chops just like Mom never used to make.
  13. report
    The Best Bagels in the World? They Might Be on Long Island.Hot and fresh and just off Jericho Turnpike.
  14. the underground gourmet
    This 86-Year-Old Nonna Is Known As the Pasta Machine“During the pandemic, I’d drop off flour outside her door and she’d give me pasta. It was like a drug deal.”
  15. restaurant review
    The Hotel Chelsea’s El Quijote Is Back and Better Than EverFew revivals have been more successful or unexpected than that of the 1930s-era Spanish restaurant.
  16. report
    Bellucci vs. BellucciNew York’s next great pizza feud is here.
  17. hot plate
    The Hummus We’ve Been Missing, Dueling Rosés, and More Food NewsWhat to eat, drink, and shop for right now.
  18. restaurant review
    Culinary Time Travel With Some Bumps in the Road at Commerce Inn“I couldn’t help pining for a proper pub burger … or even a helping of mashed potatoes.”
  19. the underground gourmet
    Can New York Be a Great Herring Town Again?An undersung vestige of New York culinary history is the main event at a new Upper West Side sandwich shop.
  20. restaurant review
    Victoria Blamey Leaves Burgers Behind at MenaThe Chilean-born chef wants to challenge a crowd as much as please it.
  21. little ukraine
    A Journey Down the Borscht RiverEating my way through my ancestors’ food, again and again and again.
  22. the group portrait
    Inside Dhamaka’s Tiny Factory of FlavorsThe miniature kitchen that draws enormous crowds.
  23. the group portrait
    Bemelmans Is the Hottest Bar in AmericaThe Carlyle’s formal old room, and its formal old martini-mixers, have found a new following on Instagram.
  24. reopening
    How the Mermaid Inn Weathered the PandemicAt one point, it looked like COVID-19 might decimate the mom-and-pop restaurant group. Instead, incredibly, it’s in expansion mode.
  25. openings
    Pebble Bar Opens Above Magnolia Bakery in Rockefeller CenterThe nightlife triplex from the scenesters behind the Jane, Ray’s, and Rucola asks the question: If you build it, will they come (to midtown)?
  26. restaurant review
    Tasting Mennui at SagaThe views are spectacular, but the cooking treads familiar high-end territory.
  27. the underground gourmet
    Vegan Birria Tacos From a Former Dirt Candy Cook in the East VillageAt Raíz, the birria is made with jackfruit and the churros are sparking heated debate.
  28. restaurant review
    Next-Gen Chinese at Bonnie’sBonnie’s deftly riffs on Mom’s Cantonese cooking, Hong Kong diners, and Mickey D’s.
  29. nightlife
    The Return of the Return of NightlifeOur updated list of 100 places we’re drinking, dancing, and hanging out too late.
  30. the underground gourmet
    Two Fresh Takes on the Meaty, Cheesy Italian SandwichA Florentine import and a Little Italy maverick.
  31. hot plate
    What to Eat, Drink, and See Right NowOps’ new gluten-free pizza, carry-out ice-cream pints at Caffè Panna, and a softer Jewish biscotti.
  32. taste test
    Patagonia’s New Pasta is Ecofriendly, But How Does it Taste?The pasta is made with super-grain Kernza that’s grown using regenerative farming practices.
  33. restaurant review
    Porcelain Has Destination-Worthy “Vaguely Asian” FoodThe Korean-Chinese fusion cooking at the Ridgewood restaurant has a modestly elegant style.
  34. shopping
    The Cervo’s Team Launches a Preserved-Seafood Line“Our love of anchovies and sardines runs pretty deep.”
  35. the food biz
    Battle of the Roasted Garlic AchaarsA Trader Joe’s knockoff has put condiment-maker Brooklyn Delhi in a pickle.
  36. endorsements
    A Sharper, Snappier, Picklier Health SaladPoulet Sans Tête’s version goes heavy on the cucumbers and skips the sugar.
  37. restaurant review
    Dining and Dashing at SemmaAttempting to savor South Indian delights during a COVID surge.
  38. urban forager
    At Té Company, the Persimmons Are Hung Up to Dry“The old way of preserving ingredients — for me, it’s fascinating.”
  39. 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.
  40. 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.
  41. openings
    Jody Williams and Rita Sodi Go Domestic With the Commerce InnHeirloom American recipes and tavern-style drinks in a historic West Village space.
  42. 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.
  43. underground gourmet quick bite
    Breads Bakery’s Black-and-White Tastes As Good As It LooksIf you can’t fix it, laminate it!
  44. at the greenmarket
    Inside Union Square Greenmarket’s Festive EvergreeneryFor four weeks a year, some vendors rely on a distinctly inedible cash crop.
  45. 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.
  46. 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.
  47. openings
    Emmett’s on Grove Is a West Village Version of a Wisconsin Supper ClubIt opens tonight with Chicago-style thin-crust pizza and baby back ribs.
  48. openings
    French Bistro Marian’s Opens in the West VillageChef Christian Rowan cooked at Bouley and Le Bernardin.
  49. the underground gourmet
    Barbuto Is Back AgainAnd so is the roast chicken and kale salad … but not Jonathan Waxman’s beard.
  50. restaurant review
    Restaurant Review: Hawksmoor Is a Steakhouse Where You Can Order the FishLike the best modern steak joints, the British import is more proper restaurant than beef specialist.
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