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  1. field notes
    The Great IndoorsA critic reacclimates to the now-unfamiliar terrain of the dining room.
  2. the group portrait
    Photo: The Activists Bringing Justice to CannabisThey believe legalization isn’t about weed but about equity and restitution.
  3. restaurant review
    India Off the Beaten PathFor their latest venture, Dhamaka, the owners of Queens hit Adda delve deeply into the country’s most local pleasures.
  4. the office
    Looking Back at the Truly Debauched Office Holiday PartyAfter cocktails in the conference room, it could get a little sleazy.
  5. underground gourmet quick bite
    Cafedelia Brings a Georgian Feast to Greenwich VillageThe khinkali have landed on 8th Street.
  6. sustainability
    Spare Tonic Is Taking the Waste Out of WheyBy finding commercial value in a by-product of yogurt-making, a new canned beverage tackles food waste.
  7. first taste
    Oxomoco’s Stylish, Plant-Based Offshoot in GreenpointAt Xilonen, you’ll find a stately parade of vegan tacos, tamales, and quesadillas.
  8. chefs to watch
    Ha’s Dac Biet Is a Pop-up With PanacheAnthony Ha and Sadie Mae Burns are making a name for themselves and their brand of “Vietnamese bistro” cooking.
  9. destination dining
    Vaxx, Then SnacksWhat to eat near five major vaccine sites, including Javits Center, Yankee Stadium, and Citi Field.
  10. the group portrait
    Setting the Table for Balthazar’s Reopening Night“I came up the stairs, saw the team, and almost cried.”
  11. first taste
    Two Hanoi House Vets Are Bringing Vietnamese Classics to the Upper West SideBánh Vietnamese Shop House makes destination bánh mìs and more.
  12. expansions
    Fried-Chicken Maven Charles Gabriel Plans a Citywide ChainHis investors include an operating partner of Daniel Boulud’s restaurant group.
  13. spinoffs
    New York’s Big Pizza PivotChefs and restaurateurs are launching virtual pizza parlors inside their existing restaurants and establishing new brands around their new pies.
  14. back in business
    Iconic Greenwich Village Steakhouse Knickerbocker Bar & Grill Will ReopenMaybe as soon as the end of March.
  15. hot plate
    What to Eat, Drink, and Stream Right NowSublime Irish coffee, Gaia’s tomato sauce, Stanley Tucci eating his way through Italy, and more.
  16. first taste
    A Stylish Streetery and a Taste of Rome at ForsythiaThe fresh pasta is the thing at this unlikely new Lower East Side destination.
  17. layers
    The Unstoppable Appeal of LasagnaIt travels well. It reheats like a dream. You can even sell it from your restaurant’s makeshift general store.
  18. guest chefs
    Stone Barns Center’s Guest Chefs Bring Fresh Flavors to Fine DiningShola Olunloyo’s tasting menus conjured West Africa by way of the Hudson.
  19. chinatown
    A Restaurant Critic Treads a Familiar Chinatown PathOn the cusp of the Lunar New Year and after COVID-19 upended the neighborhood, Adam Platt searches for signs of rebirth (and his favorite dumplings).
  20. underground gourmet quick bite
    Mark’s Off Madison Is More Than Just Freds With an ApostropheAt Mark Strausman’s new restaurant, the eclectic (though not inexpensive) comfort-food menu seems tailor-made for the present moment.
  21. hot plate
    What to Eat, Drink, and Zoom Right NowSuper Bowl BBQ from former Craft cooks, Angie Mar’s savory pies, a virtual celebration of Black foodways, and more.
  22. green rush
    Million Dollar SliceChris Barrett has made bank on the gray market selling pizza laced with 40 mg of THC per slice. Can the Pizza Pusha survive pot legalization?
  23. chef to watch
    Nasrin Rejali Is Serving Up Her Family Recipes One Takeout Box at a TimeThe Iranian refugee is building a brand with delivery dinners and mail-order cookies.
  24. first taste
    Pecking House’s Chinese Fried ChickenA poultry pop-up with secret passwords.
  25. pivots
    Can Subscription Services Transcend Takeout and Save Restaurants?Summerlong Supper Club and Table22 aim to turn brand loyalty into reliable revenue streams.
  26. the great outdoors
    A Full Taxonomy of New York’s Winter StreeteriesBundle up and dig in.
  27. encounter
    Guy Fieri Is America’s Most Misunderstood ChefA trip to the ranch with the morale-boosting Mayor of Flavortown.
  28. shopping
    The Grocery Gambit for New York RestaurantsAs the city faces a long, cold alfresco winter, chefs have increasingly become shopkeepers.
  29. the bagel wars
    Melissa Weller Blows Up the BagelThe minimalist maven debuts a new “bigger, softer, squishier” bagel at Gertie.
  30. the underground gourmet digest
    The Underground Gourmet’s Year-End DigestThe best new comfort food we ate in 2020.
  31. look book
    The Look Book Goes to MeMe’s DinerOn the last weekend before the restaurant closed for good, diners lined up for a slice of Vietnamese-iced-coffee cake and a free bowl of cheese puffs.
  32. restaurant review
    Cold Comforts at Mokyo and Silver ApricotTwo downtown Asian-inspired kitchens brave the elements with distinctly personal, creative cooking.
  33. hot and bottled
    6 Local Chile Oils That Could Make Anything Taste GreatA look at the homegrown crop, all perfectly suited for rice-drizzling and stocking-stuffing.
  34. first taste
    Don’t Call Yellow Rose Tex-MexAt the new East Village canteen, the vegan queso rivals the beef chili.
  35. the quarantine diet
    Comfort Me With BagelsHow our critic found solace at his neighborhood bakery.
  36. keeper
    The Great 2020 Bakery BoomHouse-milled sourdough, Vietnamese butter cookies, baguettes on demand: There’s a hunger for comfort and a flood of scrappy start-ups to satisfy it.
  37. family recipes
    Eric See’s Mother’s Chiles Rellenos RevealedThe secret is Ritz crackers.
  38. restaurant review
    At Ernesto’s, Not Much (and Everything) Has ChangedAdam Platt returns to Ryan Bartlow’s Basque-inspired taverna, which was the last dining room he patronized as a working critic in March.
  39. openings
    Frenchette Bakery Opens Where Arcade Bakery Once StoodYou can buy artisanal loaves and viennoiserie in a Tribeca office-building hallway again.
  40. outdoor dining
    Eating Sushi Omakase on the SidewalkHow does the traditionally intimate, cloistered experience translate to an outdoor setting? Our restaurant critic Adam Platt finds out.
  41. 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.”
  42. fall preview
    Why These Folks Are Opening Restaurants During a PandemicMomentum or meshuggener?
  43. dispatches
    Adam Platt on Returning to RestaurantsOur critic, fresh off hiatus, surveys the state of his neighborhood.
  44. the underground gourmet
    The HiHi Room Revives the Criminally Underrepresented SliderNew York’s foremost regional-food geeks tackle the Ur-burger.
  45. encounter
    Drinking With Food Media’s Flamethrower“It wasn’t like, I’m going to plot to take down Condé Nast,” says Tammie Teclemariam.
  46. supply chain
    The Would-Be Bean QueenGreenmarket’s Kellie Quarton wants you to think of her when you think of legumes.
  47. 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.”
  48. taste test
    Which Negroni To Go Is Right for You?The Underground Gourmet taste-tests a representative sampling from our Campari-drenched delivery zone.
  49. 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.
  50. 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.
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