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Great N.y. Noodletown

  1. The Grub Street Diet
    Jeffrey Steingarten Cooks Goat Sous-Vide, Disdains Brooklyn Boosterism“It was a day, like all days, of peaches, cantaloupe, watermelon, and bread with tomatoes, but when it came time for the meat course, it was the day of the goat.”
  2. Lists
    Checking In With the Feast RankJoeDoe ranks above Union Square Café?
  3. Temporary Closings
    Great N.Y. Noodletown Shuttered by Health DepartmentIs nothing sacred?
  4. Lists
    Where Chang, Boulud, Bourdain, Canora, and Nawab Eat LateChefs pick their favorite late-night spots.
  5. Lists
    What Does Michelin Have Against Ethnic and Outer-Borough Restaurants, Anyway?And other gripes about this year’s list.
  6. NewsFeed
    Samuelsson and Ripert Sell New York to the TouristsThe chefs are among the new wave of celebrities tapped for the city’s “Just Ask The Locals” ads.
  7. The In-box
    Where Do I Feed Texas Tourists? Also: Is There a God?Dear Grub Street, I have some friends coming into town from Texas and want to recommend a great restaurant to them. I think they’d appreciate a Texas theme, but I’m not sure if Lonesome Dove is really the way to go, or if Blue Smoke or Dinosaur are better bets instead. Money doesn’t seem to be much of an issue. Jenni Dear Jenni, The best barbecue in New York is RUB. They have great burnt ends, a beef-brisket treat any meat-eating Texan can appreciate. But they’re not going to get better Texas food here than at home. I would take them to Great N.Y. Noodletown for Chinese spareribs. Or, if money really isn’t an issue, this may be your one chance for a meal at Masa!