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New York City Marathon

  1. run run run
    Here’s How Chefs Fared in the 2017 New York City MarathonDaniel Humm is a machine.
  2. Grub Guides
    18 Great Marathon-Related Restaurant Specials and DealsLimited-edition sandwiches, double portions of pasta, and plenty of complimentary drinks.
  3. Carbo-Load
    Check Out Sara Jenkins’s Marathon Weekend Prix-fixe Pastavore MenuYou don’t have to be willing to run 26.2 miles in short shorts to get it.
  4. Grub Guides
    12 Great Marathon-Related Food and Drink DealsA dozen offers you can take advantage of, whether you’re running or just watching.
  5. Menu Changes
    Marathon Menus: Carmellini’s All-You-Can-Eat Pasta and DB Bistro’sAndrew Carmellini has a new plan for the private dining room at Locanda Verde.
  6. Hominator
    Go Hom or Go HomeCongrats to Grub Street’s own Melissa Hom for beating Bastianich.
  7. Joe the Runner
    Go Joe!Joe Bastianich finished this weekend’s marathon in three hours, 45 minutes.
  8. Joe the Runner
    Daniel Humm Cracks the Top 500 in the New York City MarathonAnd he wasn’t the only chef that made a respectable showing.
  9. In the Magazine
    Carbo-Loading Alla ItalianaNot that we would know, but apparently major exertions like Sunday’s New York Marathon require vast expenditures of energy. The experienced athlete prepares for these with a carbohydrate-heavy meal. In this week’s Short List, Rob and Robin give four places to indulge in mass quantities of pasta. Short List: Carbo Loads
  10. NewsFeed
    French Chefs Prepare for New York Marathon With Eating Marathon It was an impossible-to-refuse invitation: Come to Nougatine to eat lunch with a group of French chefs here to run the New York marathon. The team, which was sponsored by the French tripe council (and whose members had all been given shirts featuring the slogan “Trip for the Tripe”), was clearly taking its preparation for the race with the utmost seriousness. Yesterday’s lunch was a multicourse affair, to be followed by a blowout dinner at Daniel. Today the plan is to lunch at Per Se and then dim sum at Chinatown Brasserie for supper. And on Saturday, the chefs plan to carb up for the race by going on a Chinatown eating tour, followed by a big dinner party Saturday night. A few highlights from the lunch at Nougatine.