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Why More Restaurants Than Ever Are Hosting Guest-Chef Pop-ups
Chef cameos can be fun, but they can also be an effective tool for recruiting and maintaining a talented staff.
20 ‘Best of 2014’ Dishes You Need to Eat Before It’s Too Late
A guide to navigating New York City’s critics’ favorite dishes.
13 Compelling New Brunch Dishes That Go Way Beyond Eggs Benedict
Fried-oyster breakfast tacos, pork burgers, and paella.
Planned Service Changes
The New Tasting Menu at Huertas Is Only $55
Savory courses might include sliced duck breast with duck liver, heart, and carrots served with a red txakoli.
The Other Critics
The Other Critics: Another No-Star Review for Tavern on the Green; Praise for
This week’s roundup.
Summer of Riesling Cruise; Mexicue Times Square Opens
The People Who Dive for New York’s Hottest New Ingredient Are Stone-Cold
“It’s normal to run into trouble. I have 36 stitches in my legs, and 18 in my armpit.”
Sushi Nakazawa Now Open on Sundays; Cans and Conservas at Huertas
Picnic Prep: 10 Seafood Conservas That Travel Very Well
Anchovies, razor clams, and more.
First Look at Huertas, a New Spanish Restaurant Run by Union Square Hospitality
Two distinctly different dining experiences within one place.