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New York City

  1. the grub street diet
    Yardy’s DeVonn Francis Pairs Modelo With Haribo Gummies“It was the watermelon one. Those are so iconic.”
  2. openings
    We Braved Times Square to Go to the New Flagship Krispy KremeAnd we weren’t the only ones.
  3. street vendors
    The NYPD Is Still Ticketing Street Vendors After AllThe mayor’s June promises have yet to be fulfilled.
  4. reopening
    The Race Is On to Save Winter DiningDesperate times call for bold proposals.
  5. restaurant shutdown
    ‘There Are So Many Fewer Jobs to Go Around.’Cooks, servers, and bartenders talk about how New York’s restaurant shutdown has affected their lives.
  6. reopening
    Hao Noodle’s Zhu Rong on Reopening in China — and on Sixth Avenue“I love New York, but it’s just a different situation.”
  7. reopening
    Indoor Dining Returns Soon. Restaurant Workers Are Terrified.The city’s dining rooms reopen September 30, and safety concerns loom.
  8. the grub street diet
    Photographer Brad Ogbonna Gets Heirloom Tomatoes at His Bodega“I’ve never quite figured out why they have them, but they do.”
  9. making do
    Quarantine Cooking Forced Me to Chill in the KitchenWhat happens when extreme attention to detail becomes dangerous?
  10. coronavirus
    A Key Law Protecting Bar and Restaurant Owners Could Get ExtendedThe New York City Council is considering whether to suspend personal-liability provisions in commercial leases through March.
  11. reopening
    Indoor Dining Returns to NYC This Month. Here’s How It Will Work.Restaurants can welcome customers back indoors on September 30.
  12. reopening
    Let’s Just Make Expanded Outdoor Dining PermanentIt’s almost shockingly lovely.
  13. the grub street diet
    Patrick McEnroe Has Branched Out From His Meat and Potatoes Childhood“When I was on the tour, we were in Asia. That’s when I got into sushi.”
  14. openings
    Mel Bakery Opens With Heirloom Grains and Fresh-Milled FlourThe new bakery from bread master Nora Allen opens this weekend on the Lower East Side.
  15. reopening
    Can Anyone Really Solve New York City’s Indoor-Dining Problem?“At this point, I just need to know.”
  16. the grub street diet
    Cheese Master Anne Saxelby Always Wants Two Breakfasts“It pays to have a big family with a deeply ingrained culture of over-ordering.”
  17. closings
    Acclaimed Cocktail Bar Existing Conditions No Longer ExistsThe bar from Don Lee and Dave Arnold is the latest major closing during the coronavirus pandemic.
  18. reopening
    At Jean-Georges’s Restaurants, the Coronavirus Has Heightened Tensions Over PaySales have plummeted, and cooks who have been brought back have seen their hourly pay cut.
  19. interviews
    He Fed the East Village for 14 Years. Now He’s Wondering What’s Next.“I love my people, and my people love me.”
  20. reopening
    A Car Ran Into an Outdoor Dining Setup Last NightSurprisingly, nobody was seriously hurt.
  21. the grub street diet
    Restaurateurs Kevol and Ria Graham Will Travel for Popcorn“We live in Brooklyn, and we go to a movie theater in Yonkers because we like their popcorn best.”
  22. reopening
    I Work in Restaurants and I’ve Never Felt So DisrespectedA constant sense of isolation and fear follows me home each night.
  23. landlords
    Restaurants Need Rent Relief. Are ‘Recovery Leases’ the Answer?A new proposal aims to aid struggling small businesses.
  24. the grub street diet
    Zohran Kwame Mamdani Lives Off New York’s Street Food“I’m trying to be the spiciest representative in Albany, so I have to live out my politics.”
  25. closings
    Uncle Boons Will Close PermanentlyIt was easily one of New York’s most popular restaurants of the last decade.
  26. closings
    How a Restaurant Leaves New YorkFor three months, I lived my dream. Then COVID-19 arrived.
  27. 100-person poll
    100 New Yorkers on the New Rules of Outdoor Drinking On a recent Saturday, we asked 100 people at Brooklyn’s McCarren Park about porta-potties, open container laws, and other 2020 etiquette.
  28. closings
    Keith McNally Is Closing Another RestaurantAu revoir, Augustine.
  29. interviews
    Can the No-Tipping Movement Survive?Tip-free restaurants are more equitable and better for customers, but they’re in danger of disappearing.
  30. crime scenes
    What We Now Know About the Trader Joe’s Anti-Mask AssaultOne employee was sent to the hospital, according to someone who witnessed the attack.
  31. coronavirus
    What Is Local Law 1932-A, and Why Are Restaurant Owners So Worried About It?“It would be a fatal blow to the restaurant industry.”
  32. closings
    It’s a Hub for Indonesian Culture in New York. Next Week It Will Be Gone.The city will be a less eclectic place when Bali Kitchen closes its doors.
  33. closings
    Has the Chumley’s Reboot Been Eighty-sixed?The restaurant’s literary portraits and equipment were put up for auction.
  34. the grub street diet
    WNYC’s Alison Stewart Socially Distances With Champagne“It didn’t feel normal, but it felt okay.”
  35. groceries
    Red Hook Will Get to Keep Its Biggest Grocery Store After AllThe new buyer sounds better than Fairway, too.
  36. coronavirus
    Cuomo Is Threatening to Roll Back Bar and Restaurant Openings“The bad restaurant and bar owners are going to make it worse for the good ones.”
  37. drinks
    No, Cuomo Has Not Banned To-Go CocktailsYou can still get a drink to go, but now you really have to go.
  38. laws
    Who Really Gets to Drink Outside in New York?There are no alfresco dinner parties in the projects.
  39. reopening
    The New Problems of Outdoor DiningUnpredictable weather, not enough tables, and the constant threat of COVID-19.
  40. the grub street diet
    Playwright Katori Hall Learned How to Burn in the Kitchen“Not actually burn stuff, but cook really good.”
  41. interviews
    I Turned My Quarantine Bread Into a Full-blown Bakery Business“I am in front of the oven for every baguette. I have to be really focused.”
  42. food delivery
    Is the Uber-Postmates Deal Good for Restaurants?Operators tell Grub Street: It’s complicated.
  43. reopening
    Can New York’s Restaurants Survive on Outdoor Dining Alone?Owners are scrambling as they make just a fraction of what they need to stay in business.
  44. reopening
    Indoor Dining Postponed Indefinitely in New York CityIt’s the only sensible thing to do.
  45. pandemic etiquette
    Please, Tip 50 PercentAt least that much.
  46. reopening
    This Is Not the Time to Reopen New York’s BarsIt would be a disaster.
  47. reopening
    Fort Defiance Won’t Reopen As a RestaurantInstead, owner St. John Frizell says the Red Hook institution will remain a grocery store.
  48. the grub street diet
    Artist Andrew Kuo Loves His Freezer“That’s my dream — to live in a place big enough for a second freezer.”
  49. reopening
    Can You Get Excited to Go to a Restaurant Right Now?A simple quiz.
  50. the great outdoors
    How to Picnic Now, According to Experts“Picnics are the restaurants of COVID.”
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