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  1. moveable feasts
    10 Excellent Places for Takeout in QueensThe city’s most diverse borough abounds with terrific options, from street cart to steakhouse.
  2. grub guides
    These Are the Most Exciting Caesar Salads in New York CityYou know it, and you love it — but Caesar salad can still be surprising and wonderful in the hands of the right chefs.
  3. Brunch
    M. Wells Steakhouse Might Serve the Most Bonkers Brunch in New YorkWith something called a “Russian Waffle.”
  4. Meat Rock
    M. Wells Team Plans Meaty-Sounding Outdoor Summer FestivalFish-whacking and dancing may be involved.
  5. Restaurant Review
    Platt: The Latest M. Wells Venture Vies to Be the City’s Next Great ChophouseIt’s a much better, more varied restaurant than most steakhouses in town.
  6. Openings
    First Look at M.Wells Steakhouse, Now Open in Long Island CityThe best seats in the house are at the bar.
  7. Fall Preview 2013
    Team M. Wells Puts a Quirky Spin on the SteakhousePlus more carnivorous openings for fall.
  8. Wells Done
    That M. Wells Steakhouse in LIC Is Coming Along NicelyThe restaurant will serve “European” butcher’s cuts and grilled meat galore.
  9. Rained Out
    GoogaMooga’s Third Day Canceled; Vendors Need Your Help [Updated]Here’s how to support the vendors who were sent home.
  10. Foodievents
    Great GoogaMooga 2013 Lineup Includes Pok Pok, Milk Bar, Roberta’s, andThe second time’s a charm.
  11. Sports Night
    M. Wells Dinette Goes for the Slapshot With Hockey Night MenuPan pizza, poutine, and pretzels.
  12. Hoof Watch
    M. Wells Dinette Nixes Horse-Meat TartareThe MoMA P.S. 1 restaurant owners were overwhelmed by protesters.
  13. Openings
    The M. Wells Team Unveils Its Whimsical Museum CaféAfter a gut renovation, the full-service restaurant is ready to debut at MoMA PS1.
  14. Smorg
    M. Wells to Make Cameo at Smorgasburg This WeekendStay awhile.
  15. Foodievents
    On the Menu at the Great Googa Mooga: the Spotted Pig, Frankie’s, M.That food-music fest we told you about is starting to sound epic.
  16. We Called It
    That M. Wells Steakhouse Should Open in ‘Late Fall’A few more details, including an address, have emerged.
  17. Les Pop-ups
    Have an M. Wells WeekendYou’ll have two chances to eat Hugue Dufour’s cooking this weekend in LIC.
  18. Openings
    What You Missed at Yesterday’s M. Wells P.S. 1 Preview BrunchM. Wells returns to Long Island City, sort of. Check out some of the dishes — including a foie gras dessert — that the team served at their first preview meal.
  19. Foodievents
    Holy Tourtieres: M. Wells Will Pop Up at P.S. 1 This SaturdayHugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis will offer cassoulet and pies during the museum’s winter carnival.
  20. Foodievents
    M. Wells Pops Up Monday in LICAlso, Hugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis are doing their tourtieres meat pies again this year.
  21. Reopenings
    M. Wells Is Headed to P.S. 1 — and to a Boat?Hugue Dufour says he plans on installing yet another iteration of M. Wells inside a boat.
  22. Slideshow
    Take a Look at This Past Weekend’s M. Wells Pop-up in MontrealThe team behind Long Island City’s most celebrated restaurant headed back to Canada for a one-night only event. See what went down in our slideshow.
  23. Revivals
    M. Wells Headed to Montreal, AtlantaThe beloved diner will host “food parties” in both cities.
  24. Real Estate
    Scouting Locations for New York’s Next Great Grungy RestaurantWe’ve checked out New York’s commercial real estate and found nine great options!
  25. Waiters
    After the Storm With Alan RichmanThe ‘GQ’ critic wants some decorum back. And he has a point.
  26. Food Tours
    Michael Laiskonis Picks New York’s Finest PieWe escorted the celebrated pastry chef around town for an afternoon of stuffing our pieholes.
  27. Quote of the Day
    Is Restaurant Service Getting Too Casual? Alan Richman Says Yes.Also, a restaurant in NYC has accused Richman of sexually harassing a waitress! He’s having none of it.
  28. Beef
    Sacre Bleu! Alan Richman Tears M. Wells Apart in GQThe owners accuse him of harassing a server, and he goes ape.
  29. Quote of the Day
    M. Wells Winds Down With Caviar, Magic, and a Contemplative CriticSifton says ciao for now to a short-lived favorite.
  30. Foodievents
    M. Wells Weekend Feast Update: Expect Melted Cheese, CaviarThe Friday- and Saturday-night “FareWells” diner lineups have been announced.
  31. Closings
    M. Wells Will Serve Weekend Dinners Before ClosingDinner will now be served on Fridays and Saturdays until the restaurant closes.
  32. Moving On
    M. Wells Relocation Plans Are Starting to Take ShapeOwners Hugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis are looking for a new space, and are in talks to pop up at P.S.1.
  33. Openings
    Classic Bayside Diner Reopens As … a Classic DinerAn old diner reopens, but not in a trendy way.
  34. Closings
    M. Wells Will Say Au Revoir at the End of August [Updated]The megapopular Queens restaurant will shutter this month.
  35. What to Eat
    Duck, It Turns Out, Really Is the New PorkThe Underground Gourmet takes a look at the sudden explosion of duck dishes around the city.
  36. Foodievents
    Canadians Behaving Badly: Dufour Ponders Foie Gras Gyros; Bernamoff DoesPlus: Eddie Huang brings a “Taiwanese Ultra-Meat Mix” to Meatopia 2011.
  37. Empire Building
    Big Plans: M. Wells, Ted & Honey ExpandM. Wells will take over the space next door, while Ted & Honey is headed for the Navy Yard.
  38. The Other Critics
    Sifton Enjoys Colonie; Cheshes Disappointed by the Astor RoomPlus: Shockey impressed by Tenpenny, and more, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  39. FYI
    M. Wells Goes Tiki, SortaThe LIC diner is working on a coconut drink.
  40. The Other Critics
    Sifton Enjoys Niko; Cheshes Calls M. Wells an ‘Ambitious Newcomer’Plus: Sietsema likes Mable’s Smokehouse, Shockey is disappointed by Ember Room, and more, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  41. The Other Critics
    Carey and Sutton Split on Red Rooster; Cuozzo Disappointed by Ember RoomPlus: Shockey thinks Saro is bland, Sutton likes M. Wells, and more, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  42. The Other Critics
    Sifton Gives Two Stars to M. WellsLong Island City has itself a two-star diner.
  43. The Other Critics
    Sifton, Cuozzo Impressed by Tulsi; Sietsema Takes On Sol de QuitoPlus: Shockey disappointed by Mehtaphor, Greene’s first look at David Burke Kitchen, and more, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  44. Booze News
    M. Wells Gets Cocktailed UpSomething to get you hungry for that two-pound burger?
  45. Burgers
    Stunt Burgers: Now a Thing, at Least in New YorkOne joint has a $42 2.4-pounder.
  46. Trends
    Stunt Burgers: Not Just a Burger King Thing!You can find them at M. Wells, Rockography, and Crisp as well! Plus: What’s NYC’s best?
  47. Slideshow
    Marrow Matters: A Look at New York’s Most Notable Bone MarrowThe city’s meltiest, most unctuous dishes.
  48. Booze News
    M. Wells Now Serves Dinner; Plus, Cocktails Next Month?The Long Island City destination diner taps a Dutch Kills bartender.
  49. Neighborhood Watch
    Counter, Arlo & Esme to Shutter in East VillagePlus: a pastry-shop fund-raiser in Bed-Stuy, and Hell’s Kitchen gets an upscale spice shop, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  50. Lists
    Look! A Top Ten Restaurants List That Goes Beyond the Usual SuspectsThere’s no Torrisi, Breslin, or Morini, and it’s kind of refreshing!
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