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New York City

  1. the grub street diet
    Playwright Katori Hall Learned How to Burn in the Kitchen“Not actually burn stuff, but cook really good.”
  2. 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.”
  3. food delivery
    Is the Uber-Postmates Deal Good for Restaurants?Operators tell Grub Street: It’s complicated.
  4. 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.
  5. reopening
    Indoor Dining Postponed Indefinitely in New York CityIt’s the only sensible thing to do.
  6. pandemic etiquette
    Please, Tip 50 PercentAt least that much.
  7. reopening
    This Is Not the Time to Reopen New York’s BarsIt would be a disaster.
  8. reopening
    Fort Defiance Won’t Reopen As a RestaurantInstead, owner St. John Frizell says the Red Hook institution will remain a grocery store.
  9. 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.”
  10. reopening
    Can You Get Excited to Go to a Restaurant Right Now?A simple quiz.
  11. the great outdoors
    How to Picnic Now, According to Experts“Picnics are the restaurants of COVID.”
  12. reopening
    Is It Time to Get Rid of Menus for Good?Many people are wondering why we still cling to the idea of unsanitary, wasteful paper.
  13. reopening
    NYC Releases Safe-Dining Guidelines for Reopened RestaurantsAs outdoor dining returns, the city is promoting ways to limit exposure.
  14. reopening
    NYC Restaurants Can Open for Outdoor Dining on Monday. Here’s How It Will Work.Phase two officially begins on Monday — and restaurants can reopen with outside dining.
  15. reopening
    Governor Cuomo Says Outdoor Dining Could Start Next Week in NYCBut Bill de Blasio has other ideas.
  16. chains
    No, Shake Shack Did Not Intentionally Poison Police OfficersAn investigation was launched after NYPD officers fell sick.
  17. labor issues
    Mayor de Blasio Announces Plan to Help Some of NYC’s Family-Run RestaurantsOwners will be required to pay workers a subsidized $20-per-hour wage, prompting criticism from the NYC Hospitality Alliance.
  18. reopening
    New York’s Restaurants Are Going to Feel Weird for a WhileThe state has released official reopening guidelines for restaurants.
  19. street vendors
    NYPD Will No Longer Be Involved in Street Vendor Enforcement“Moving vendor enforcement away from NYPD is a welcomed decision, but we await further details of the replacement plan.”
  20. rip
    She Was a Godmother for New York’s Vietnamese Restaurant CommunityRemembering Anh-Tuyet Nguyen.
  21. food delivery
    Delivery Workers Are Doing Their Jobs. The Police Aren’t.A video shows one Caviar courier being arrested by six officers.
  22. the grub street diet
    Artist Stephanie H. Shih Eats Between Protests“I knew it was going to be bad, but it was a lot worse than I expected.”
  23. reopening
    Mayor Announces Plan for Expanded Outdoor Dining in NYCRestaurant reopenings could begin in early July.
  24. street vendors
    Street-Vendor Organizations Declare Support for Black Lives Matter“We condemn the violence and brutality police are using against those fighting for the right to exist.”
  25. protests
    Food Delivery Under CurfewRestaurant owners are moving quickly to keep their workers as safe as possible.
  26. george floyd
    As Protests Continue, Chefs Pledge Solidarity“Our window can be replaced. George Floyd can’t”
  27. the grub street diet
    Author Bill Buford Likes a Late Dinner“It was now officially a school night but for some reason it was 10 p.m. before dinner was served.”
  28. food we miss
    In Praise of the Walking CoffeeWalking doesn’t improve the taste of coffee, but coffee improves the experience of being in the world.
  29. food politics
    New York City Caps Delivery Fees at 15 PercentThe law is one of seven meant to provide relief for restaurants and other commercial establishments.
  30. coronavirus
    What If Nobody Wants to Save New York’s Restaurants?Two months into the government-mandated shutdown, any real “help” seems even less likely to arrive than it did at the outset.
  31. reopenings
    McSorley’s Returns With To-Go GrowlersEven Peter Luger is delivering food now.
  32. the grub street diet
    SNL’s Heidi Gardner Tries a New Cereal Each Week“We’ve done all the monster ones: Count Chocula, Boo Berry, and Frankenberry.”
  33. the future
    Is This the Future of NYC Restaurant Dining?Yesterday, Cipriani Downtown tested service with PPE.
  34. reopening
    The Case for Opening NYC Streets to Bars and Restaurants“We need to start planning how we’re going to help our restaurants recover from this crisis.”
  35. coronavirus
    Why and How New York’s Restaurants Are Starting to Reopen“Is it better to get a little something than nothing? I don’t know.”
  36. coronavirus
    Will We Still Recognize New York City When It Reopens?Grieving in advance for the New York that we will have lost.
  37. shutdown diaries
    Our Restaurant Isn’t Getting Help. Ramadan Keeps Us Going.“Even though we don’t see our customers, spiritually we are all fasting and connecting. That spirit is still alive.”
  38. closings
    Momofuku Will Close Three RestaurantsNishi and CCDC will close, while Ssäm Bar will move way, way downtown.
  39. odes
    Good-bye to Pegu Club, a Bar That Felt Like It’d Always Be ThereNew York has lost an institution.
  40. shutdown diaries
    Our Restaurant Was Weeks From Opening. Now We’re Stuck.“I was just Googling how to get insulin without health insurance. It was a last-ditch effort.”
  41. shutdown diaries
    I’ve Worked in NYC Restaurants for 25 Years — and I Have No Idea What’s Next“What are we going to do? How are we going to test everybody?”
  42. first person
    How a Midtown Bodega Operator Is Keeping the Lights On — for Now“My sales have gone down by two-thirds, but the landlords don’t care. They just call, asking, ‘Where’s the rent?’”
  43. coronavirus
    Eataly Received PPP Loans Designed for Small BusinessesThe international grocer employs thousands of workers around the globe.
  44. shelf life
    Can the Park Slope Food Coop Survive?Long lines, slashed revenues, and hard-to-enforce social distancing have members and management worried.
  45. farms
    A Star Farmer’s Newest Workers: His Former CustomersOut-of-work chefs from New York’s best restaurants are lending a hand at the Greenmarket.
  46. looking ahead
    21 Famous New Yorkers on the First Thing They’ll Eat When Quarantine Is OverWhat will you eat? Where will you be? Who else will be there when this is all over?
  47. coronavirus
    Remember When Grocery Shopping Was Fun?Remember how easy it used to be?
  48. the grub street diet
    Wesley Morris Isn’t Taking Anything for Granted“My grocers and farmers’-market guys are out here rolling the dice for us.”
  49. closings
    How Many More Great Restaurants Will New York Lose?Lucky Strike is gone. Its closing feels like the start of something more ominous.
  50. adjustments
    Can Groceries Save New York’s Restaurants?Restaurateurs are finding surprising success in a slightly different business.
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