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  1. restaurant review
    Welcome to the FauxdeonNew brasseries strive to capture some familiar magic.
  2. the underground gourmet
    It’s the Most Hyped Burger in Years — But Is It Any Good?Hamburger America is a big-city ode to small-town roadside joints.
  3. reasons to love new york
    My Quest to Drink a Nobu Martini in My PajamasIf Robert De Niro can do it, why can’t I?
  4. openings
    Lawn Club Brings Croquet and Cocktails to the SeaportYour Lawncierge will see you now.
  5. trendlet
    Cocktails Are Sandwiches Now. Deal With It.One martini, hold the mayo.
  6. openings
    Ray’s, the TikTokiest Faux Dive in New York, Expands to Greenpoint“The worst part is that it’s going to be wildly successful for sure.”
  7. restaurant review
    Inside the Subway, Noksu Shoots For the StarsWhat happens when modernist luxury meets municipal utility?
  8. openings
    Here Comes Carbone PrivatoMajor Food Group goes members-only in Hudson Yards.
  9. restaurant review
    Roscioli Is a Roman HolidayFor better or worse.
  10. guides
    Where to Eat in NovemberThe best restaurants for right now.
  11. restaurant review
    Sailor Is SensationalA Brooklyn bistro exhibits the understated confidence of its famous co-captains.
  12. openings
    Ye Olde New York Gets a Modern Makeover at ClaraLobster Newburg and Waldorf salad inside the New York Historical Society.
  13. power
    All the Food and Nightlife People on Our “Inside Power” ListFrom a cabbage baron to the Polo Bar gate-keeper.
  14. delivery
    The Subs That Arrive on a MopedSalvo’s is as Italian as lunch gets.
  15. restaurant review
    Soba’s in the Spotlight at UzukiBuckwheat every which way at Shuichi Kotani’s Greenpoint soba oasis.
  16. openings
    A Noma Co-founder Opens Ilis in GreenpointVenison tartare, eel mousse, clam flasks, and more.
  17. groceries
    How Dan Barber Helped Invent a New OnionSweet Garleek is just what it sounds like.
  18. guides
    Where to Eat in OctoberThe best restaurants for right now.
  19. the grub street diet
    Dwight Garner Always Has a Muffuletta in the Freezer“I’ve loved nearly every muffuletta I’ve ever had, but these are special.”
  20. restaurant review
    Sartiano’s Is a Members-Mostly ClubOur restaurant critic finds caviar, calamari and a Kardashian at Scott Sartiano’s Soho Italian joint.
  21. trendlet
    When Did Cabbage Get So Sexy?Chefs are wrapping it around all sorts of wonderful things.
  22. the underground gourmet
    The City’s Best Injera Is in GreenpointBersi’s bread is fresh, supple, and dark with teff.
  23. introductions
    Who’s the New Guy? Meet Our Restaurant Critic, Matthew SchneierA quick conversation on what to expect from his upcoming reviews.
  24. restaurant review
    Libertine Is New York’s Bistro du JourOur new critic lands a near-impossible reservation.
  25. openings
    Thai Delivery Hit Little Grenjai Opens in Bed-StuyWith Chiang Mai Chi dogs, Krapow smashburgers, and more.
  26. fall preview 2023
    Maison Premiere Will Expand to Manhattan This FallTigre will be a party.
  27. fall preview 2023
    The Old Pearl Oyster Bar Will Become Something Completely NewFigure Eight is unlike any other restaurant.
  28. fall preview 2023
    Cafe Spaghetti Will Get a Sibling in OctoberChef Sal Lamboglia gets set to open Swoony’s.
  29. fall preview 2023
    The Dhamaka Team Will Go Filipino at NaksThe group behind the city’s most exciting Indian restaurants is expanding beyond the subcontinent.
  30. fall preview 2023
    Gabriel Stulman and April Bloomfield Will Open Sailor in SeptemberThe duo lands in Brooklyn with design from Ralph Lauren’s longtime creative director.
  31. encounter
    Eater. Resy. Blackbird?Ben Leventhal transformed restaurants twice. His newest project is all about loyalty.
  32. the underground gourmet
    Dutch Crunch Finally Arrives in New AmsterdamA fresh roll comes to town.
  33. the hottest restaurant of 1986
    Before TikTok, There Was the Quilted Giraffe“It was a wild time, and we were selling a certain story…”
  34. what to eat
    The City’s Best Sando Is BackOnly 20 are available each night, however.
  35. trends
    Olives Were Always Invited to the Party. Now They Are the Party.They’re being baked onto cakes, turned into pillows, and stuck inside negroni-flavored Jell-O.
  36. openings
    Russ & Daughters Is Ready to Open in MidtownThe appetizing icon will debut its latest store this week.
  37. scenes
    Everyone in Bushwick Wants This StewAnnie Rauwerda hosts a party that’s open to anyone who brings an ingredient for the pot.
  38. the year i ate new york
    The Best Food of the Year (So Far)Our diner-at-large looks back on six months of sourdough baskets, Little Gem salads, and beef-curry potpies.
  39. nightlife
    Roxy Music, Red Bull Spritzes, and Lots of Zebra CarpetingA team of nightlife veterans open Danger Danger, a new rock bar in Bushwick.
  40. cooking
    ‘Perfection Is the Goal, and That’s Intoxicating’Making jam with the high-profile women who love its roiling, burbling, lucrative charms.
  41. where to eat
    All of Our Summer Eating Adventures, MappedWe’ve spent months trekking across the five boroughs and beyond to come up with this list of eating-and-drinking expeditions.
  42. guides
    33 Eating AdventuresA summer itinerary for truly intrepid food lovers.
  43. the year i ate new york
    Steak and Eggs and Zebra Fishnet StockingsOur diner-at-large gets dragged to brunch.
  44. the year i ate new york
    Inside Centurion New York, the Mood Is Titan CasualTaking in the taleggio foam and sandalwood-scented bathrooms of Manhattan’s most exclusive new clubhouse.
  45. where to eat
    5 New Restaurants Where You Can Land a Table … TonightResy would have us believe every great new spot is booked in perpetuity. Of course, that isn’t the case.
  46. the underground gourmet
    A New Spot for Some Time-Honored PastramiMoe’s Pastrami & Burger is an unlikely delicatessen.
  47. trends
    How TikTok Took Over the MenuEverything is cheesier, saucier, and drowning in caviar.
  48. interviews
    A Cronut Superfan Has Eaten Every Flavor for a Decade RunningThe original viral pastry is celebrating its tenth anniversary.
  49. neighborhoods
    A New Kind of ChinatownLong Island City has become a destination for dan dan noodles, durian mochi, and more.
  50. fully committed
    New York’s Most Impossible TablesA short look at the city’s long history of restaurant exclusivity.
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