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Alex Raij

  1. reopenings
    Txikito Is Back — FinallyThe neighborhood favorite is set to reopen after two-plus years of darkness.
  2. fall preview 2018
    La Vara Team Expands With Saint Julivert Fisherie, a Stage for Global SeafoodNew York’s preeminent Spanish-food couple tackles fish dishes of many nations — including tuna casserole.
  3. The Grub Street Diet
    Chef Alex Raij Knows Where to Find the Best Pho“When I was pregnant with Maayan, I had pho every day for the first five months.”
  4. The Dish
    El Quinto Pino Is Serving a Frito-Pie-Inspired Take on Huevos EstrelladosAlex Raij recently began shoving fried eggs and bits of chorizo into bags of chips, and selling them to go.
  5. Openings
    First Look at Alex Raij’s Brooklyn Coffee Shop Tekoá
The owners want their new café to appeal to every one of their neighbors — morning commuters, discriminating diners, picnic-packers, parents, toddlers, laptop-toting freelancers, and all.

  6. Foodievents
    This Sunday’s Txikifest Will Feature Food From Nightingale 9, Dirt Candy,Tickets are still available.
  7. Holiday Dining
    Shop Like a Chef: Pros Share Their Favorite Food Stores Even the experts pay retail sometimes.
  8. Teamwork
    Chef Alex Raij’s Excellent-Looking New Salad Supports a Good CauseIt’s available at FeelFood.
  9. Coming Soon
    Alex Raij and Eder Montero Plan to Open a Lower East Side RestaurantThere’s no lease signed yet, but it’s not too early to start getting excited.
  10. In Season
    In Season: Alex Raij’s Trinxat With Savoy CabbageTender, mildly sweet Savoy cabbages are hardy enough to withstand extreme, East River-freezing temperatures
  11. Quote of the Day
    More Women Chefs Are Running the Show Than Ever BeforeA new generation of female cooks are working their way up through male-dominated kitchens.
  12. Menu Changes
    El Comedor at El Quinto Pino Launches Lunch Today, Brunch this WeekendYes, the uni panini and “El Doble” burger will be available, too.
  13. Foodievents
    Txikito and Balaboosta Teaming Up for Nouveau Seder This SaturdaySome serious chefs are teaming up for a revisionist second-night Passover Seder that will reflect the chefs’ Israeli, Argentine, and Mexican heritages.
  14. Empire Building
    Txikito Chefs Branch Out to Brooklyn With La Vara, a Jewish-Spanish OutpostThey could be serving latkes by Hanukkah.
  15. The Food Chain
    Txikito’s Alex Raij Finds the Royale at Poole’s Diner“It’s this kind of high-end thing in this shabby-chic luncheonette.”
  16. Brunch
    ¡Qué Huevos! Rayuela and Txikito Launch Spanish Brunches$10 gets you unlimited cava sangria.
  17. Awards
    Female Chefs Are Honored, But Still Have a Ways to GoAnother female chef asks, “Why aren’t there as many women cooking professionally as there are men?”
  18. Battle of the Sexes
    Raij Against the MachineAlex Raij on female chefs.
  19. Discounts
    More Incentive for a Chelsea Tapas CrawlEl Quinto Pino reopens, and 30 percent off at Tía Pol.
  20. Chef Shuffle
    Raij Back at El Quinto PinoThe Txikito owner has worked out an agreement with her former partners at Tía Pol.
  21. Trends
    Marlow & Daughters [sic] Is a Total TrendsetterChefs who butcher — just one trend identified by ‘Food & Wine.’
  22. Openings
    What to Eat at TxikitoA look at the menu of Alex Raij’s Basque spot, which opened last night.
  23. Openings
    Txikito Opens Tonight TxiugjsskfjdjfhudggThe new one from Alex Raij of Tía Pol is upon us.
  24. Openings
    Alex Raij Will Open Txkito Near Her Former Tapas BarsThe former Tía Pol toque is opening a restaurant, the name of which you’ll definitely want to know how to pronounce.
  25. NewsFeed
    The Great Memorial Day Chef Massacre of 2008No less than five chefs lost their jobs in recent days.
  26. NewsFeed
    Genius! Alex Raij of Tía Pol Throws a Sandwich PotluckSadly, we are not one of the lucky twelve people invited.
  27. Back of the House
    Time to Fill Out Our James Beard BracketsThe nominations for the James Beard Foundation Awards, the Oscars of the restaurant industry, will be announced Monday morning. We’ll report on that as it happens, but for now, here are picks for the main categories from Adam Platt, Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld, and Josh Ozersky. Our choices are admittedly New York–centric (the awards go to restaurants across the country), but the ceremony is held here, and the city always looms large in the proceedings.
  28. Back of the House
    Most Influential Young Chefs Named, Presented With Tchotchkes Move over, Bouley! Step aside, Jojo! You’re so over. There’s a new generation of “emerging tastemakers,” at least according to Food Arts magazine and their friends at Sterling Meats. Sunday night, meat purveyor and magazine jointly fêted ten young chefs who, they predict, “will be influencing what, where and how we dine out on a national level.” The chefs were presented with framed, diploma-like certificates and envy-inducing Masamoto cobalt-steel knifes.