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Hurricane Sandy

  1. Reefer Madness
    A ‘Billion’ Oysters May Help Protect Staten Island from Future“They reduce water velocity, they reduce erosion of the shoreline and they reduce the height and intensity of the waves.”
  2. Markets and Malls
    New Amsterdam Market’s Board May Try to Resume OperationsThey’re “exploring ways that that can be done.”
  3. Markets and Malls
    New Amsterdam Market Is Finished on South StreetRobert LaValva says City Councilmember Margaret Chin “betrayed the community.”
  4. Lawsuits
    White Castle Customers Who Were Arrested Win $32,500 From CityThat’s a lot of burgers.
  5. Reopenings
    Brooklyn’s River Café Has ReopenedThe barge is back.
  6. Reopenings
    Sandy-Damaged Seaport Restaurant Nelson Blue Has ReopenedThe Kiwi kebabs are coming back next.
  7. Reopenings
    River Café Reopens Next WeekGo get some smoked-salmon-wrapped oysters.
  8. Reopenings
    Bruckner Bar & Grill Has ReopenedSouth Bronx!
  9. Quote Of The Day
    Sunny Balzano on Post-Sandy Red HookSunny’s reopened on Balzano’s 78th birthday this year.
  10. Hurricane Sandy
    One Year Later: A Look at New York City’s Restaurants After SandyA neighborhood-by-neighborhood look at how restaurants have fared in the 365 days since the storm.
  11. Reopenings
    Paris Café Reopening Almost a Year After Sandy [Updated]The Seaport restaurant is back.
  12. Leftovers
    New York Street Food Book Signing; Honey Grilled Cheese Sandwiches atPlus: the restaurant industry one year post-Sandy, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  13. Reopenings
    River Café Hopes to Reopen Within a MonthJust one more coat of shellac.
  14. Fire
    Fire Destroys Sandy-Damaged Jersey Shore RestaurantsApproximately 50 businesses have been wiped out completely.
  15. Reopenings
    Sunny’s in Red Hook Reopens August 29Happy birthday, Mr. Balzano.
  16. Reopenings
    Casa Pomona and Michael Psilakis’s Kefi Will Reopen SoonA broken water main took down two ambitious restaurants at once, but other things made it much, much worse.
  17. Reopenings
    Unsinkable: River Café Reopens Next MonthThe barge is back in action.
  18. Reopenings
    Owner of Brooklyn’s Sandy-Damaged River Café Still Plans to ReopenThe restaurant has not yet set a reopening date.
  19. Reopenings
    Red Hook’s Sandy-Damaged Home/Made Reopens TonightThe restaurant had to replace all of its equipment and electrical wiring.
  20. Openings
    Court Street Grocers Opens Red Hook Hero ShopHurricane Sandy may have delayed things, but the well-loved Carroll Gardens food shop’s second act is open for business.
  21. Osetra
    Koi at the Trump Soho Hotel Suing Insurance Company Over Sandy ClaimThe restaurant says it lost thousands of dollars after the power went out.
  22. The Eels
    Legendary Delaware River Fisherman’s Smoked Eels Coming to NYC ThisRay Turner’s weir-caught eels are typically only available at his off-the-grid shop in upstate New York.
  23. Truckin’
    Jacob Riis Park Gets Food TrucksDumplings and sunscreen — that’s all you need.
  24. Market Watch
    New Amsterdam Market Returns Next MonthFishmongers > rumormongers.
  25. Hot Dog!
    Coney Island Nathan’s Famous Damaged by FireThe Coney Island institution is scheduled to reopen this summer.
  26. It’s All Happening
    Surf’s Up: Rockaway Taco Reopens in One WeekThe popular spot near the beach is still picking up after Sandy.
  27. Reopenings
    Sunny’s in Red Hook Shoots for June ReopeningExpect bluegrass by July.
  28. Markets
    Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg Expand to the Seaport, SortaA little bit of the Flea is coming to FiDi.
  29. Coming Soon
    Coney Island’s Historic Childs Will Become a New RestaurantThe once-mighty Childs restaurant is coming back, sorta.
  30. Coming Soon
    Five Years On, Grindhaus Targets a Summer Opening in Red HookLet’s get this sausage party started!
  31. Closings
    Tribeca’s Capsouto Frères Will Likely CloseThe restaurant has been open since 1980.
  32. Red Hook
    Food Scene: Pete Wells Takes a Day Trip to Red Hook’s RestaurantsThe waterfront neighborhood is open for business.
  33. Reflux
    These Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Contest Qualifiers Are Still HungryDidn’t anyone ever tell these guys to chew their food?
  34. Down the Shore
    Sammy Hagar Backs Out of Sammy Beach Bar & Grill in Atlantic City; BlamesCaesars says the split was based purely on financial decisions, not the superstorm.
  35. New Amsterdam Market
    Can New Amsterdam Market Revitalize the Post-Sandy Seaport?Robert LaValva will discuss plans at a City Council meeting tomorrow.
  36. Supermarket Sweeps
    Report: Fairway to Present $200 Million IPO Next MonthThe chain is in expansion mode.
  37. Rawhide
    Sunburnt Cow Shuttered by Health DepartmentHurricane Sandy is still to blame, the owner says.
  38. West Side
    How Cedric Vongerichten Put Perry Street Back TogetherThe restaurant has bounced back.
  39. Dog Eat Dog Eat Dog Eat Dog
    Nathan’s Famous Will Hold Hot Dog Contest Qualifier on March 23Everything will be back to normal, meaning bonkers and crazy, by July 4.
  40. Closings
    Atlantic City’s 40/40 Club Closed; Hurricane Sandy Isn’t to BlameJay-Z and partners had already decided to not renew the lease before the superstorm hit.
  41. Reopenings
    Dumbo’s Almondine Bakery Back in Business After Hurricane SandyHervé Poussot’s business had to be rebuilt from scratch.
  42. Red Hook
    Red Hook’s Sandy-Damaged Fairway Has ReopenedThe grocery store at the end of Van Brunt Street is back in business.
  43. Comebacks
    Red Hook Lobster Pound Is Back in Action on March 1The Sandy-damaged business has come back from the storm.
  44. Reopenings
    Cedric Vongerichten’s Sandy-Damaged Perry Street Is Open AgainThe restaurant took on more than five feet of the Hudson River during Sandy.
  45. Paletas for All
    Holy Paletas: La Newyorkina Has Reached Its Kickstarter GoalNow it’s time to make the sweets again.
  46. Video Feed
    Take a Look at the Refurbished, Post-Sandy Fairway in Red HookAisle five has been cleaned up, thank you. And widened!
  47. Remember the Maine
    Sandy-Damaged Luke’s Lobster Reopening Next WeekThe shop returns to the financial district.
  48. The Bronx
    Bruckner Bar & Grill Faces an Uncertain FutureA Sandy-damaged restaurant continues to pick up the pieces.
  49. Pizza Heroes
    San Francisco Chefs Will Donate $5,000 to Totonno’s in Coney IslandMoney intended for Governor in Dumbo, which will not reopen, will instead be routed to the historic pizzeria.
  50. Temporary Closings
    The Sunburnt Cow Is Struggling to Reopen Full-TimeLook for a reopening “by the time it’s warm out.”
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