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Scottish Bars Where You Can Watch Tonight’s Referendum Voting Results
Including Highlands and St. Andrews.
Applewood Now Open for Dinner on Mondays; Jeffrey’s Grocery Celebrates
Plus: the Carnegie Club’s ‘Mad Men’ party, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
Slideshow: From Rabbit to Cauliflower, Pie Goes Savory
It’s not just for dessert anymore.
Show Daniel Holzman Your (Meat)balls; Celebrate Burns Night at Highlands
Plus: Crown Maple Syrup makes an appearance at the Inauguration, and more, in today’s leftovers.
Masten Lake Closes Seven Months After Opening; Scott Conant Hits the Stage
Plus: Highlands undergoing renovations, a Kosher barbecue championship, and more neighborhood news.
New Noodles in the EV; Isa Gets a Liquor License
Plus: Felice launches aperitivo hour, Huckleberry Bar hosts a mac-and-cheese-off, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Mary Queen of Scots Snags Double Crown Duo
What to eat at Mary Queen of Scots now that Christopher Rendell is the new chef.
More on Chris Santos’s Next Restaurant; a Whisky-Tapas Dinner at Highlands
Plus: weekend jazz at SD26, and a wine tasting at Zengo, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
In the Magazine
What to Eat in Every Neighborhood; Platt Drinks Up at the Highlands
Also in this week’s magazine: testing NYC tap water, and two new openings.
New Brooklyn Heights Café Will Sell (Almost) Everything That Isn’t
The coffee roaster that supplies Double Crown, Saltie, and others will open a retail store selling everything from antiques to local pickles.
The Other Critics
Sifton Praises Colicchio & Sons; Cuozzo Wants Old Clarke’s Back
Plus: Gael Greene on ABC Kitchen and Alan Richman eats at Faustina, all in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
The West Village’s Scottish Gastropub, Highlands, Opens Tonight
A preview of the food to come, including cullen skink and authentic haggis.
Highlands Will Bring Scottish Food and Drink to the West Village
Smoked haddock and boutique gin come to the former P*ong space.