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  1. the year i ate new york
    Night One at the New TorrisiMajor Food Group grows. Again.
  2. openings
    Every Pastry at the New K’Far in BrooklynOversize rugelach, pistachio sticky buns, and bourekias inspired by TGI Friday’s spinach dip.
  3. openings
    The Many Influences of Kwame OnwuachiThe chef puts his own history on the menu at Tatiana.
  4. profile
    Scarr’s Pizza Is Expanding — and Adding a Sushi CounterHow Scarr Pimentel became Orchard Street royalty.
  5. openings
    The Race to Finish Rockefeller Center’s RestaurantsA handful of ambitious new spots are all vying for the attention of, well, everyone.
  6. openings
    A Ukrainian Bar Arrives in SohoSlava opens in the former Pegu Club space.
  7. openings
    Pizza Obsessive Anthony Mangieri Opens Caffè NapoletanaOn Saturday mornings, Una Pizza Napoletana will transform into an Italian coffee counter.
  8. openings
    The New York Burritos That Sell Out in Two MinutesThe couple behind the Forsyth Fire Escape is opening a new stall in Chelsea.
  9. openings
    Alex Stupak’s New Restaurant Is Devoted to ‘American’ CookingThe modernist chef opens Mischa in midtown.
  10. openings
    A Soho Dive Reopens As a Tribute to Its Former SelfMilady’s — or some version of Milady’s — returns this week.
  11. openings
    Another Smith Street RevivalBrooklyn’s original restaurant row is back. Again.
  12. openings
    Who Is the Tokyo Fixer? And Why Does He Have His Own Bar in New York?Welcome to Shinji’s.
  13. openings
    Masalawala & Sons Is Open, and Park Slope Is AmpedThe duo behind Dhamaka expands to Brooklyn.
  14. openings
    Eisenberg’s Enters Its A24 EraThe name is new, the counter is old, and a Safdie brother is now involved.
  15. openings
    At Pecking House, the Line Is Finally ManageableYou don’t have to wait for New York’s hottest fried chicken anymore.
  16. openings
    Urban Hawker Brings Singapore to MidtownInside the new food hall, which features 11 vendors from the island nation.
  17. openings
    A Le Coucou Chef Has Taken Over at ManhattaJustin Bogle breaks down the technique on a dozen new dishes.
  18. reopening
    Great N.Y. Noodletown Makes Its Triumphant ReturnA long-delayed reopening has finally happened.
  19. fall preview 2022
    The New Restaurants You Need to Know AboutSo many openings.
  20. openings
    A New Chophouse Is Opening in Brownstone BrooklynGus’s debuts next week in Carroll Gardens.
  21. openings
    A ‘Modern New England’ Tasting Counter Is Headed to DumboPearl Street Supper Club will debut next week.
  22. openings
    Hakata TonTon Is BackHot pot, cold ramen, and plenty of pig.
  23. what to eat
    Meet Brooklyn’s Newest Vegan Meatball HeroGarden Carver specializes in meat-free versions of beloved comfort foods.
  24. reopenings
    Txikito Is Back — FinallyThe neighborhood favorite is set to reopen after two-plus years of darkness.
  25. openings
    He Has 11 Million TikTok Followers. Now He’s Throwing Ice Cream in Noho.“If you walk in and there is ice cream flying around in the air? It automatically sends the energy level up.”
  26. openings
    Cocktail Royalty Rolls Into New YorkA version of the fabled Dukes martini is now being poured at the Hotel Chelsea’s Lobby Bar.
  27. openings
    Frenchette’s Chefs Open Midtown’s New Megabistro, Le RockLee Hanson and Riad Nasr’s new project is the latest restaurant to land in Rockefeller Center. It’s a big one.
  28. nightlife
    How Secret Are the City’s Newest Speakeasies, Really?Surveying the newest hidden doors of New York.
  29. openings
    The Brooklyn Takeout Joint That Got Its Start on Thai Tinder“We’re just a little grenjai.”
  30. openings
    Drinks Are Flowing Again at Fort DefianceThe Red Hook local has its liquor license and a newly opened back bar.
  31. openings
    Inside Yun Hai, a New Shop Dedicated to the Bounty of TaiwanThe general store opens in Williamsburg this weekend.
  32. coming soon
    The Good Fork Reopens in Red Hook as the Good Fork PubThe neighborhood instution is coming back in more casual form.
  33. openings
    Angel’s Share Rises AgainA hotel pop-up offers a taste of what made the original bar so special.
  34. underground gourmet quick bite
    Little Myanmar’s Burmese Pancake Is Street Food Worth Sitting Down ForThe new restaurant brings Burmese cuisine back to the East Village.
  35. openings
    Nabila’s Will Be a Celebration of Lebanese Home CookingA mother-son duo brings their malfouf, sheesh barak, loubieh bi zeit, and more to Brooklyn.
  36. the year i ate new york
    Opening Night at the Potato PalaceDaniel Boulud’s latest restaurant, Le Gratin, is a low-key affair, for now.
  37. openings
    Making the Spaghetti at Cafe SpaghettiChef Sal Lamboglia’s perfectly named ode to the cuisine of Bensonhurst opens next week in Carroll Gardens.
  38. report
    Bellucci vs. BellucciNew York’s next great pizza feud is here.
  39. openings
    Royal Rib House Returns to Bed-Stuy, Along With Its Famous LineThe soul-food restaurant’s reopening feels more like a reunion.
  40. openings
    Belgian Feather Bowling Flies Into BrooklynA bar game that’s as enjoyable as it is obscure.
  41. the underground gourmet
    Can New York Be a Great Herring Town Again?An undersung vestige of New York culinary history is the main event at a new Upper West Side sandwich shop.
  42. openings
    The Rise of the GastrotavernAt Inga’s Bar and several other recently opened places, New York’s oldest style of restaurant gets new life.
  43. openings
    Why Garbage Plates Are the Most Exciting New Food in BrooklynBrooklyn Hots has filled a surprising culinary void.
  44. openings
    Greg Baxtrom’s New Restaurant Is a Love Letter to His Mom and the MidwestPatti Ann’s opens in Brooklyn with duck meat loaf and special-occasion onion dip.
  45. interview
    Anthony Mangieri Is Done Chasing the ImpossibleUna Pizza Napoletana reopens, and its founder has a new approach to his craft.
  46. openings
    A New Bar Where What You Hear Is As Important As What You DrinkGreenpoint’s Eavesdrop is an acoustic paradise.
  47. openings
    Pebble Bar Opens Above Magnolia Bakery in Rockefeller CenterThe nightlife triplex from the scenesters behind the Jane, Ray’s, and Rucola asks the question: If you build it, will they come (to midtown)?
  48. openings
    Don’t Call It Del PostoThe bold, big-money plan to transform New York’s most luxurious Italian restaurant.
  49. openings
    A New Chinatown Restaurant 50 Years in the MakingUncle Lou tried retirement. Things didn’t go as planned.
  50. openings
    Inside Mena, Victoria Blamey’s First-Ever Solo RestaurantThe new project opens this week.
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