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  1. reopening
    Hao Noodle’s Zhu Rong on Reopening in China — and on Sixth Avenue“I love New York, but it’s just a different situation.”
  2. fall preview
    Why These Folks Are Opening Restaurants During a PandemicMomentum or meshuggener?
  3. dispatches
    Adam Platt on Returning to RestaurantsOur critic, fresh off hiatus, surveys the state of his neighborhood.
  4. the underground gourmet
    The HiHi Room Revives the Criminally Underrepresented SliderNew York’s foremost regional-food geeks tackle the Ur-burger.
  5. encounter
    Drinking With Food Media’s Flamethrower“It wasn’t like, I’m going to plot to take down Condé Nast,” says Tammie Teclemariam.
  6. supply chain
    The Would-Be Bean QueenGreenmarket’s Kellie Quarton wants you to think of her when you think of legumes.
  7. 100-person poll
    100 New Yorkers on the New Rules of Outdoor Drinking On a recent Saturday, we asked 100 people at Brooklyn’s McCarren Park about porta-potties, open container laws, and other 2020 etiquette.
  8. underground gourmet quick bite
    A New Sandwich Shop Wants to Rehabilitate the Chicken Cutlet Hero“The fast-casual category populated by brands like Sweetgreen, Dig Inn, and Dos Toros hasn’t been heroized yet.”
  9. taste test
    Which Negroni To Go Is Right for You?The Underground Gourmet taste-tests a representative sampling from our Campari-drenched delivery zone.
  10. mixology
    Dale DeGroff Is Optimistic About the Future of BarsA new book and some old stories from the man who brought us drinks as we know them.
  11. underground gourmet quick bite
    To Placate Cuomo, Botanica Bar Adds Sourdough Pizza to Its MenuFor years, the dive bar’s customers got by on peanuts.
  12. outdoor dining
    12 Excellent Ways to Picnic in Tompkins Square ParkVegan hoagies, spicy Spam musubi, and lots of fried chicken.
  13. the underground gourmet
    Dame Summer Club Gives Fish and Chips a Major-League UpgradeThe Underground Gourmet on a consummately British meal.
  14. table manners
    A Few Things We Won’t Miss in a Post-COVID Restaurant WorldFarewell to obsessive napkin folding, complimentary bread baskets, and communal seating.
  15. the underground gourmet
    The Underground Gourmet Tries Alternate-Side DiningWith the reopening of New York restaurants, all food is street food.
  16. trendlet
    8 Pasta Kits Even a Pasta Granny Could Get BehindSplitting the difference between a romantic night out and ripping open a box of De Cecco.
  17. chef interrupted
    Rawlston Williams Opened Food Sermon 2.0 in February. Now He’s Doing It Again.The fast-casual counter at the Brooklyn Navy Yard returns next month.
  18. the underground gourmet
    The Underground Gourmet Re-creates Altro Paradiso at HomeIgnacio Mattos’s meal kits are a welcome reprieve from quarantine cooking.
  19. lost weekends
    Are New York’s New ‘To Go’ Bars Here to Stay?Sidewalk imbibers and cash-starved businesses hope so.
  20. chefs interrupted
    Jody Williams and Rita Sodi Gear Up for TakeoutLasagna? “Oh my God, yes!”
  21. quarantine kitchen
    Fancy Pasta Shapes, RankedWhen the supermarkets ran out of rigatoni and linguine, we made nodi marini and scialatielli.
  22. shopping
    The New Rules of GreenmarketingFarmers adapt to social distancing with alternative methods of distribution.
  23. the underground gourmet
    Veselka’s Ukrainian Muffuletta Is BackThe Baczynsky sandwich is much more than the sum of its parts.
  24. first person
    How a Midtown Bodega Operator Is Keeping the Lights On — for Now“My sales have gone down by two-thirds, but the landlords don’t care. They just call, asking, ‘Where’s the rent?’”
  25. the underground gourmet
    The Underground Gourmet Digest’s Special Quarantine-Kitchen EditionWe’ve been spending a lot of time in the kitchen, thumbing through cookbooks and brooding over restaurant dishes we have known and loved.
  26. shelf life
    Can the Park Slope Food Coop Survive?Long lines, slashed revenues, and hard-to-enforce social distancing have members and management worried.
  27. the underground gourmet
    Shopping Like a Chef, Eating Like a CivilianBulk quantities, incomplete orders, and pristine produce: What happens when restaurant suppliers brave home delivery.
  28. feature
    When the Restaurants Closed, They Cooked for Each OtherChef Ignacio Mattos had just earned a Michelin star. Now he’s struggling to feed his staff.
  29. coronavirus
    The Calming Ritual of the Cocktail HourLike lots of other lost family traditions, it’s made a little comeback in our small, floating quarantine capsule in the past few weeks.
  30. coronavirus
    How New Yorkers Are Organizing to Help Their Neighbors During the Pandemic“Just because we’re doing social distancing, that doesn’t mean you have to do emotional distancing.”
  31. best of new york
    101 Things We Hope to Eat Again SoonCelebrating restaurants at a time when they can use all the support they can get.
  32. openings
    Can New Brooklyn Save Old Brooklyn?The long life, ignominious death, and crowdfunded rebirth of Gage & Tollner.
  33. the underground gourmet review
    At Golden Diner, Deliciousness Is in the DetailsBy focusing on quality ingredients and using fine-dining technique, chef Sam Yoo makes quotidian classics that taste both familiar and fresh.
  34. the dish
    Peasant’s Mason Jar Spaghetti Carbonara Is a Genius Bit of Tableside CookingThe server shakes it like a Hemingway daiquiri.
  35. openings
    The City Bakery’s Maury Rubin Bounces Back With the Wonderbon Chocolate Co.When one hot-chocolate spigot closes, another one opens.
  36. restaurant review
    The Chez Ma Tante Team’s Le Crocodile Is Unabashedly Old-School FrenchFor devotees of the old brasserie canon, there’s plenty to like about the cooking at the Chez Ma Tante team’s second restaurant.
  37. the urban forager
    Sicilian Oregano Is the Discriminating Pizzaiolo’s Secret WeaponThe unassuming herb graces some of the best tomato pies in town.
  38. the dish
    Zooba’s Carb-Happy Koshari Sticks to Its Egyptian RootsA little Indian, a little Italian, the starchy street food is a vegetarian’s dream.
  39. openings
    Michael Toscano’s Da Toscano Opens Next Week in Former Perla SpaceThe chef is just as meat-crazed as you remember.
  40. restaurant review
    Portale Is a Neighborhood Spot With Modest Ambitions and Praiseworthy PastaIt’s Alfred Portale’s eponymous second act.
  41. the dish
    Bumu’s Rabbit Tsukune Is a Desert-Island MeatballYou dip it in carrot-BBQ sauce.
  42. restaurant review
    Nami Nori Is Cheap, Delicious, and Made for MillennialsThis improbable hit sushi restaurant focuses on temaki hand rolls that will slide neatly into your Instagram feed.
  43. encounter
    The Model-Actor-Artist-Cook Creating a New Queer Food ProjectServing up cucumber ball gags at Bobbi Salvör Menuez’s conceptual dinner series.
  44. crawl
    A Food Crawl Through the Newest Russ & Daughters, Sahadi’s, and Di Palo’sHow three of New York’s most iconic food shops are using new branches — and the universal appeal of the sandwich — to grow their brands.
  45. the underground gourmet digest
    The Underground Gourmet’s Year-End DigestOur picks for the top new pizzas, pasta, burgers, and desserts of 2019, ranked.
  46. the dish
    Anton’s Angel-Hair Francese is a Tribute to Greenwich Village Icon Gene’sChef Nick Anderer’s pasta dish, based on chicken francese, might not have breaded cutlets, but it still features a lemony, buttery sauce.
  47. restaurant review
    Gotham Bar and Grill’s Modern Makeover Is Purely CulinaryTrying to keep the Old Guard happy while developing a new crowd of regulars is no easy task.
  48. the future of food
    What Will Dinner Look Like in 2029?Ten chefs cook their vision of the future.
  49. openings
    Mina’s Brings Greek Home-Cooking and Pizza Boats to MoMA PS1You’ll find variously topped toasts, a “winter Greek” salad, turmeric-and-lime-spiked lentil soup, and more.
  50. openings
    Court Street Grocers Teams With Walker Stern on the New HiHi Room in BrooklynThe Boerum Hill restaurant has waiter service, cocktails, and food you can’t eat with your hands.
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