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  1. chef shuffle
    Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare Has Found Its New ChefsMax Natmessnig and Marco Prins are taking over for César Ramirez.
  2. openings
    A Le Coucou Chef Has Taken Over at ManhattaJustin Bogle breaks down the technique on a dozen new dishes.
  3. reopenings
    Txikito Is Back — FinallyThe neighborhood favorite is set to reopen after two-plus years of darkness.
  4. openings
    Drinks Are Flowing Again at Fort DefianceThe Red Hook local has its liquor license and a newly opened back bar.
  5. openings
    Royal Rib House Returns to Bed-Stuy, Along With Its Famous LineThe soul-food restaurant’s reopening feels more like a reunion.
  6. reopenings
    How a Shuttered Islanders Bar Was Reborn Inside the Team’s New ArenaIslanders die-hards will get another chance to visit Offside Tavern when it reopens in the team’s new arena this weekend.
  7. reopenings
    Inside the New Fort Defiance, Now Open in Red HookOwner St. John Frizell has moved to a fresh, bigger space up the street.
  8. the return of restaurants
    Where Did You Go for Your First Big Post-Vaxx Meal Out?With Representative Carolyn Maloney, Padma Lakshmi, and more.
  9. reopenings
    Rejoice: Montero’s Reopens Tomorrow, Complete With KaraokeThe 82-year-old nautical dive bar has never been closed for this long.
  10. reopenings
    The High-Design Return of Henrietta HudsonNew York’s longest-operating lesbian bar is back in business.
  11. veggies
    Eleven Madison Park Will Reopen Next Month With a Fully Plant-Based Menu“It was clear that after everything we all experienced this past year, we couldn’t open the same restaurant.”
  12. the group portrait
    Setting the Table for Balthazar’s Reopening Night“I came up the stairs, saw the team, and almost cried.”
  13. reopenings
    Persistent Brooklyn Chophouse Gage & Tollner Will Open April 15The circa-1879 restaurant is now taking reservations for indoor dining.
  14. back in business
    Iconic Greenwich Village Steakhouse Knickerbocker Bar & Grill Will ReopenMaybe as soon as the end of March.
  15. reopenings
    The Future of Midtown DiningWhen it’s back, the city will be too.
  16. 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.”
  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. reopenings
    Restaurant Owners Are Pushing Back Against Reopenings“Many places are trying to normalize all the reminders of a pandemic situation, but I cannot get behind that.”
  19. reopenings
    McSorley’s Returns With To-Go GrowlersEven Peter Luger is delivering food now.
  20. 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.”
  21. reopenings
    Barbuto 2.0 Is a New and Improved Neighborhood GemChef Jonathan Waxman’s seminal West Village trattoria is back in action.
  22. reopenings
    Everything You Need to Know About the Return of BarbutoJonathan Waxman’s seminal West Village restaurant is back.
  23. re-openings
    Flynn McGarry’s Gem Reopens With an Emphasis on SimplicityThe 20-year-old chef leans into comfort food and steps back from his own expectations.
  24. reopenings
    Fish Charcuterie Arrives in MidtownEsca reopens with a new menu and some new ideas.
  25. reopenings
    Everything You Need to Know About the All-new PastisKeith McNally’s seminal bistro reopens this weekend — can it possibly recapture the magic of the original?
  26. reopenings
    The Cabin Was the Best Secret Bar of 2009 — Now It’s Back“Best thing about Cabin is you never talk about Cabin.”
  27. cocktails
    One of New York’s Best Bartenders Has a Bar AgainA look at all of Phil Ward’s new drinks for Brooklyn’s Madre Cocina & Mezcales.
  28. reopenings
    Café Loup Returned Last Night With Customers Old and — Surprise! — NewAfter a brush with death, the storied West Village hangout reopens with new life.
  29. reopenings
    Downtown Literary Haunt Café Loup Will Serve Its Martinis Again TonightThe restaurant had been seized by New York’s tax department.
  30. food halls
    Brooklyn Icon Hank’s Will Live Again — Inside a Food Court?It’ll be part of the Hill Country Food Park.
  31. reopenings
    The Four Seasons, and Power Lunching in the #MeToo EraIt’s a celebration of one-percent-ness with an unmistakable air of toxic masculinity.
  32. reopenings
    The Dead Rabbit Reopens After July 1 FireThe Fidi bar is serving up a limited cold-food menu until the gas is turned back on in a few weeks.
  33. reopenings
    Pastis Will Officially Reopen — and Stephen Starr Is InvolvedThe Meatpacking District restaurant will open in a new location next year.
  34. reopenings
    JoJo, One of New York’s Most Important Restaurants, Is Open AgainJean-Georges Vongerichten has reopened his very first restaurant after more than a year of renovations.
  35. reopenings
    Eleven Madison Park Reopens With a Stark, Striking New Menu“I want it all to be much more accessible.”
  36. re-openings
    Why David Chang Is Reopening Momofuku Nishi As a Full-Blown Italian RestaurantThe revamp raises a larger question: What does the name “Momofuku” now mean to diners?
  37. re-openings
    Great Jones Cafe Is … Open Again?New Yorkers will take it.
  38. reopenings
    Mas (Farmhouse) Returns to NYC With a New Menu and Renovated Dining RoomThe restaurant closed for nearly a year after an electrical fire.
  39. what to eat
    Eataly’s Meat Restaurant Manzo Reopens With a New Look and Lots of SteakAfter a monthlong renovation, the meat-centric restaurant inside NYC’s first Eataly is open again.
  40. reopenings
    How to Open a Brand-new, Totally Old Restaurant“The memorable part wasn’t any one piece of the design, it was the net sum of the experience.”
  41. reopenings
    After 9 Excruciating Years, Chumley’s Is Finally Open AgainDon’t expect the historic bar to be exactly as you remember it, though.
  42. Reopenings
    Bergen Hill Relocates to Noho With a Seafood-Heavy MenuRavi DeRossi, Daniel Kessler, and chef Anthony Mongeluzzi make for an all-star team.
  43. Re-Openings
    Pommes Frites Rises From the Ashes, Reopens in West VillageThe East Village explosion destroyed the original shop.
  44. Design
    The New Perla Cafe Doubles As Gabriel Stulman’s Art Gallery“I just love it — Lil Wayne in an astronaut outfit.”
  45. Comebacks
    Hallelujah: Carnegie Deli Is Open AgainDon’t call it a comeback.
  46. Reopenings
    Kosar’s Bagels & Bialys ReopensThere’s still your classic onion and garlic, too.
  47. Re-Openings
    Sal & Carmine’s Pizza Reopens TodayIt’s been closed since August 23.
  48. Insanely Triumphant Returns
    New Yorkers Are Turning Out in Droves to Support B&H’s ReopeningNearly five months after the Second Avenue explosion, the East Village institution is serving potato pancakes once again.
  49. Reopenings
    B&H Will Finally Reopen TomorrowThe gas is on at the beloved East Village spot, which has been closed since March.
  50. Reopenings
    B&H One Huge Step Closer to ReopeningThe owner of the East Village restaurant says he may finally be open again as early as next week.
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