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  1. The Absolute Best Restaurants for Lunch in Midtown ManhattanWhere to find 60 civil minutes of respite from spreadsheets, small talk, and market calls.
  2. very sad!
    David Chang Says Trump Tower Security Is ‘Killing’ Potential Restaurant BusinessThe celebrated chef says new security measures make it impossible to get to his midtown businesses.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    Jennifer Lopez Drops by Dos Caminos; Jake Gyllenhaal Lunches at Má PêcheThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  4. Leftovers
    Northern Spy Hosts Big Beef Dinner; Caviar’s Central Park PicnicToday’s Leftovers.
  5. The Grub Street Diet
    Chef Naomi Pomeroy Gets Turned Away at ZZ’s, Manages to Eat at Plenty of“A very large man in a very expensive-looking suit told us there is no way in hell we are getting in.”
  6. Leftovers
    Dan Barber at 92Y; Madison Square Eats Opens
  7. Leftovers
    Colman Andrews and Ruth Reichl Talk; Momofuku’s Besties SeriesPlus: James Ramirez’s Crow Hill Supper Club dinner, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  8. Leftovers
    Piora’s Winter Citrus Tasting Menu; Valentine’s Day at MomofukuPlus: Dig Inn opens at Columbia’s campus, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  9. Leftovers
    Baby Controversy at Alinea; Seinfeld Heads to Tom’s DinerAnd more, in today’s Leftovers.
  10. Leftovers
    Momofuku’s Thanksgiving Takeout; Bourdain’s Film TalkPlus: Pounds and Ounces’ late-night menu, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  11. Leftovers
    Paul Liebrandt and April Bloomfield Host Dinner at the Elm; Friedman’sPlus: Missy Robbins at City Grit, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  12. Foodievents
    Momofuku’s Round Table Returns July 16The meeting of the minds at Má Pêche soldiers on.
  13. Leftovers
    Má Pêche’s Wine and Cocktail Classes; Hamptons Food EventsPlus: Distilled’s “Public Hour,” and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  14. Grub Guides
    Ramp Mania: 24 Restaurants Serving the Sacred Seasonal GreensRampwurst is a very real thing.
  15. Leftovers
    Academy Awards Viewing Parties at Osteria Morini and Sugar and Plumm; WinePlus: roundtable discussions at Má Pêche are back, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  16. Foodievents
    Hear About Lucky Peach’s Upcoming Chinatown Issue at MáDanny Bowien will talk about pandas, maybe.
  17. Brain Food,
    Alison Eighteen Adds a Literary SalonDo I dare to eat a peach? Is this menu prix fixe?
  18. Cheap Eats
    Cheap Eat of the Year: The Steamed BunThe staple has taken on a life of its own.
  19. Momoverse
    David Chang Goes to Hong Kong; Má Pêche Works Its Arts-and-CultureAs Chang visits street vendors, Má Pêche gets literary.
  20. Pioneers
    Jim Meehan Will Attempt the Impossible at Má Pêche TonightThe James Beard Award winning barman pours a set of his greatest hits in midtown.
  21. The Grub Street Diet
    Nathan Myhrvold Gorges on Tacos at Empellón, Goes All In at RomeraNow in an easy-to-read grid format!
  22. The Grub Street Diet
    Chef Hugh Acheson Braves the Crowds at Eataly, Lectures the Millionaires at“It was really cool. Google’s awesome. It’s fun to go into a room and speak with a bunch of 14-year-old millionaires. It makes me feel very wise. And old.”
  23. Small Updates
    Peachy: Má Pêche Online Ordering Revamped; Momo Australia’s NameWhat is a Seiōbo, anyway?
  24. The Other Critics
    S.F., U.K. Critics Weigh In on the NYC Scene (to David Chang’s“It’s irritating and utterly British,” Chang says of Jay Rayner’s Má Pêche review.
  25. Foodievents
    Fish Seven Ways at Má Pêche; Evidence of Mice at Momofuku SsämThe latest in Momofuku’s world.
  26. The Grub Street Diet
    Food Artist Jennifer Rubell Loves Rhubarb, Hates Breakfast“I look at my life as having very few meals left … it’s a finite number … and I don’t want to waste any of it on something that’s not teaching me something.”
  27. The Other Critics
    Sifton Marvels at Il Matto; Greene, Jones Exult in VandaagPlus: Sietsema on Testaccio and the New Yorker takes on Má Pêche.
  28. Two for Eight
    Má Pêche Now Takes ReservationsFinally, David Chang drops the “no reservations” policy.
  29. Lists
    Steve Cuozzo Hates Pretty Much Every Restaurant That Opened This YearMá Pêche failed to thrill, Faustina is an egg, Pulino’s is more famous for its bad publicity than its food.
  30. In the Magazine
    The Artisanal Soda Boom; Platt Pans the LionPlus: Watermelon and Fairy Tale eggplant both hit the Greenmarket.
  31. The Other Critics
    Sifton Supports New Aquavit; Cuozzo Charmed by Mari VannaPlus: Jay Cheshes goes for the pizza at the Plaza Food Hall, and Gael Greene feels too old for Má Pêche.
  32. The Other Critics
    Sifton, Sutton Dine With the Olds at Má Pêche; Cheshes DislikesPlus: Alan Richman at Adour Alain Ducasse, and Gael Greene at Annisa.
  33. Lists
    Travel + Leisure Tells Us Where to Eat in NYC, S.F., Hong Kong, Paris,The international travel mag blesses NYC and S.F. restaurants in a new listicle, but ignores all other American cities.
  34. The Other Critics
    Sifton Boards Torrisi Love Train; Cuozzo, Cheshes Split on Má PêchePlus: Cheshes and Cuozzo underwhelmed by Má Pêche, and Gael Greene goes to the Hamptons, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  35. Photo Plates
    Má Pêche’s Menu, IllustratedPair your your Oc Sen Sauvage with a Scarlet Thread at the newest Momofuku restaurant.
  36. In the Magazine
    Platt Visits Má Pêche in Midtown; Frankies Authors Talk ShopAlso in the magazine this week: openings in Brooklyn and Queens, and a recipe for sugar snap peas.
  37. The Other Critics
    ABC Kitchen Wins Sifton Over; Brooklyn Fare Is ‘Astonishing’And more, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  38. Foodievents
    Move Over, Momo: An Choi Introduces ‘Beef 7 Ways,’ TooCan’t get a table at Má Pêche’s “Bò 7 món” feast? Here’s a cheaper alternative.
  39. In the Magazine
    A Guide to New York Boozing; the Underground Gourmet Visits the SmileAlso in the magazine this week: a Momofuku take on mussels, and Seersucker opens in Cobble Hill.
  40. Neighborhood Watch
    Má Pêche Launches ‘Beef 7 Ways’; Potlikker Film Fest atPlus: $10 lunch at Heartland Brewery, and Grill & Greens opens, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  41. The New York Diet
    Porchetta Chef Sara Jenkins Always Goes for the Salty Desserts“I grew up being totally obsessed with going to Maine and getting a lobster roll. Everything you eat when you’re a kid, you get very picky about it when you’re older. It’s got to be exactly the way you remember it.”
  42. Menu Changes
    At Má Pêche, Whole Cows and Long Island Iced TeasThe city’s best LI Iced Tea?
  43. Openings
    Má Pêche, Tamarind Tribeca Are Now OpenA look inside Tamarind’s new outpost, and reports from Momofuku Midtown’s first day.
  44. In the Magazine
    Platt Takes on Bistro de la Gare, Revisits Benoit; Pie Grows in BrooklynAlso in this week’s magazine: three new openings, and sunchokes are in season.
  45. Front of the House
    What It Takes to Work at Má PêcheCompulsive pointers need not apply.
  46. Openings
    First Look: Má Pêche’s Dining Room and Lunch Menu Revealed!David Chang’s long-awaited midtown spot will open for lunch next week.
  47. Mediavore
    Obamas Dine at Grimaldi’s; Vodka Makes A SplashPlus: the rise of kombucha tea, and how to drink for free, all in our morning news roundup.
  48. Openings
    Chang on Má Pêche: ‘Hopefully, We’ll Let EveryoneWhat’s going on with his new restaurant, anyway?
  49. Foodievents
    Má Pêche Teases Its Menu for Edible SchoolyardPlus, how to volunteer.
  50. Neighborhood Watch
    Joseph Leonard Opens on Mondays; Edible Hosts Good SpiritsPlus: Cone pizza coming to midtown, and Mari Vanna introduces a lunch prix fixe, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
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