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  1. decisions decisions
    Omicron Is Coming. Should You Still Dine Indoors?Some pros and cons to consider before your next meal out.
  2. interviews
    Daniel Rose Is Ready for Some MagicAs the chef’s hit restaurant reopens, our restaurant critic asks whether there’s still a market for this style of grand French dining.
  3. sleighing it
    SantaCon Warns New York It’s Coming Back Next MonthIt isn’t always pretty when nature heals.
  4. reopening
    New York Chefs Are Prepping — and Praying — for a Blockbuster Thanksgiving“I’m trying to be extremely, extremely optimistic.”
  5. reopening
    It’s Time to Bring Back Paper MenusNo more QR codes, please.
  6. reopening
    Will Our Streeteries Become Siberias?The city is cracking down. Customers are headed indoors. It could be a long, lonely winter for New York’s outdoor diners.
  7. reopening
    How One Acclaimed Restaurant Survived Two Brutal YearsWhen COVID arrived, Sofreh’s success didn’t matter.
  8. lists
    The ‘World’s 50 Best Restaurants’ Are Back for 2021Have you heard of this place called Noma?
  9. reopening
    Study: 51 Percent of Small Restaurants Couldn’t Pay September RentThe restaurant industry is still in deep trouble.
  10. field notes
    Who Wants Caviar at a Time Like This?Fine dining confronts a perilous new threat: irrelevance.
  11. reopening
    Outdoor Dining Saved My Business. Now We Must Save Open Restaurants.The program has proven itself to be a transformative power for good.
  12. reopening
    Blue Hill at Stone Barns Will Return Next Month“563 days of not being Blue Hill got us thinking about what should come next.”
  13. interviews
    The Bartender Who Quit Cocktails to Become a Mortician“I had been thinking about it for years, but just trying to survive in New York — you’re constantly in that rat race and just trying to make enough.”
  14. insights
    How Our Friends Affect Our FoodTastes change. Our companions are a major reason why.
  15. reopening
    The Vaccine Mandate Will Not Destroy Your RestaurantScience-defying customers and the pandemic they insist on perpetuating, however …
  16. reopening
    How New York’s Restaurants Suddenly Got So ExpensiveAnd why that’s probably for the best.
  17. reopening
    How Will the City Actually Enforce the Restaurant Vaccination Mandate?The so-called Key to NYC program begins to roll out this week.
  18. reopening
    For Restaurant Workers, the Vaccine Mandate Comes As a Relief“The fact that it’s not just me saying that, it’s a whole body of government, gives me some support.”
  19. reopening
    The Ravioli Shop Was Struggling. A French Neighbor Came to the Rescue.Business is booming at Savino’s Quality Pasta, thanks to an unexpected ally.
  20. reopening
    Should Unvaccinated People Avoid Restaurants Completely?The available evidence suggests it would be a good idea.
  21. interview
    As Restaurant Workers Fled New York, This Chef Came Back“Once I left, I realized how good everything was. I appreciate it more now.”
  22. coming soon
    Paige Lipari Is Ready for the FutureHow the owner of Archestratus Books + Foods is growing her dream business.
  23. reopening
    Neighbors Rallied to Save Their Restaurants. Can They Keep the Party Going?“There have been a lot of happy tears.”
  24. reopening
    Does Eleven Madison Park’s Vegan-Friendly Menu Live Up to the Hype?An amateur vegan and a professional food critic debate the merits of chef Daniel Humm’s intricate vegetable cooking.
  25. revamps
    Everything on the Vibrant, Energetic New Menu at PorcelainChef Kate Telfeyan has revamped the food at this Ridgewood destination.
  26. reopening
    New York’s Government Is Not Done Screwing Restaurants and Bars Just YetThe sudden end of takeout alcohol is yet another sign that lawmakers don’t care about the needs of business owners.
  27. reopening
    After a ‘Year of Hell,’ New York’s Restaurant Workers Start to Feel Safe“It feels pretty great just to live and not be scared.”
  28. reopening
    The New Thrill of Old RestaurantsNew restaurants seem great! But that’s not what I want right now.
  29. reopening
    Restaurants Are Struggling to Find Workers. Here’s Why.A career waiter explains.
  30. reopening
    The Behind-the-Scenes Chefs Who Saved Their RestaurantsNow what happens as the pandemic ends?
  31. reopening
    Everything You Need to Know About Eating in Restaurants Right NowThe world has changed. So have dining rooms.
  32. reopening
    Now Is Not the Time to Skimp on TipsRestaurants are getting busier while struggling to staff up, and the people working have more on their plates.
  33. small bites
    Free Costco Samples Are Back, BabyNature is healing, etc.
  34. reopening
    NYC’s Late-Night Restaurants Aren’t Fully Back — YetThe city continues to sleep.
  35. silver linings
    In Praise of Small MenusTrue luxury is having someone else make decisions for you.
  36. essays
    What Did the Pandemic Teach Chefs About Accessibility?A disabled food writer contemplates returning to restaurant dining rooms.
  37. produce section
    A Year Without CeltuceWhen restaurants closed, farmers did their best to pivot. Now, the chefs are coming back.
  38. reopening
    New York’s Hot Dog Vendors Are Ready for the Reopening“We decided we gotta stay alive and stay busy. We’re not sitting at home.”
  39. reopening
    As NYC Eases Restaurant Restrictions, Workers Brace for the Summer of Hedonism“Of course we want more business, but we don’t want a free-for-all.”
  40. field notes
    The Great IndoorsA critic reacclimates to the now-unfamiliar terrain of the dining room.
  41. reopenings
    The High-Design Return of Henrietta HudsonNew York’s longest-operating lesbian bar is back in business.
  42. reopening
    NYC’s Summer of Hedonism Will Start Even Earlier Than Expected, Cuomo SaysThe governor wants to have everything back at full capacity before the end of the month.
  43. reopening
    NYC Rejoices As COVID ‘Snack’ Rule Is Set to End and Bar Seating ReturnsNew Yorkers can once again order a drink without the need to get a sandwich, too.
  44. openings
    A Guide to NYC Restaurants That Have Opened During the Pandemic78 new cafes, sandwich counters, cocktail bars, neighborhood bakeries, and plenty more.
  45. field notes
    What Will NYC Restaurants Look Like After the Pandemic? Miami Offers a Preview.Our restaurant critic takes in the scene on South Beach.
  46. reopening
    Restaurants Confront a New Pandemic Problem: Customers Who Don’t Want to Leave“People used to be busy. Now they like to hang out.”
  47. reopening
    How New York’s Open Streets Program Will Work in 2021Neighborhoods are gearing up for season two.
  48. reopening
    Who Is Really Dining Indoors in New York City?“At some point, we’re gonna have to take that step.”
  49. covid-19
    Reopening My Restaurant Now Would Mean Breaking a Promise to DinersWhy being “allowed” to reopen our dining room isn’t enough.
  50. indoor dining
    Peter Luger Is Filling Its Dining Room With Wax FiguresHave a drink with fake Don Draper, perhaps.
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