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  1. coronavirus
    The Restaurant Industry Could Lose 5 to 7 Million JobsA new proposal from the National Restaurant Association offers a dire look at what workers face.
  2. coronavirus
    A Seattle Chef Will Close 12 Restaurants Over Coronavirus FearsTom Douglas says sales have fallen 90 percent.
  3. Coming Soon
    David Chang Developing Mysterious New Momofuku Restaurant in ChelseaPork buns? Fried chicken? Burgers?
  4. Opening Soon
    Give a Warm Welcome to the Lower East Side’s New Pupusa EmporiumCabalito opens on Friday.
  5. Lists
    GQ’s ‘Most Outstanding Restaurants’According to Alan Richman, Washington, D.C., is the place to eat.
  6. Openings
    What to Eat at the Polo BarA bacon-topped cheeseburger, to start.
  7. Design
    Will Letter for Lunch: One Woman’s Plan to Hand-Write Menus in Exchange“I have a service and I’m hungry.”
  8. Openings
    Introducing Le Fond, an Ambitious French Bistro Moonlighting As a CasualIt quietly opened on Norman Avenue this fall.
  9. Real Estate
    5 Restaurants That Reversed the Curse of a Doomed SpaceThe Musket Room, Dizzy’s, and more.
  10. News
    Five Points Will Reopen With a New Name and ConceptThe new name is Vic’s.
  11. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: Reviews of Delaware and Hudson, Root & Bone, Cherche MidiThis week’s roundup.
  12. Lists
    Rose’s Luxury, High Street on Market, Estela Named ‘Best NewBon Appétit released its annual Hot 10 list.
  13. Coming Soon
    Justin Smillie and Stephen Starr’s Restaurant Now Has a NameIt’ll serve sprouted chickpea croquettes and lamb belly.
  14. Openings
    What to Eat at Greenpoint Fish & Lobster, Now Open on Nassau AvenueTacos, curry mussels, and, duh, lobster rolls.
  15. Jobs
    World Cup Fever Led to 10,000 Hospitality Jobs Last MonthJobs were up about five times their average monthly growth rate.
  16. Coney Island
    Restaurateur Wants to Open Culinary School in Coney Island’s AbandonedPlans also include putting a restaurant on the top two floors.
  17. Temporary Closings
    Num Pang Will Close and Relocate Original Union Square LocationThey’re moving across the street.
  18. Openings
    What to Eat at Meadowsweet, Now Open in the Former Dressler SpacePolo Dobkin is back.
  19. Openings
    Keith McNally’s Cherche Midi Opens Tonight, With a $21 Prime-Rib BurgerCheck out the space, and all the final menus.
  20. Expansions
    Michael White Plans New Café Next to Osteria MoriniThe expansion has been in the works for three years.
  21. Chef Shuffle
    Justin Smillie and Stephen Starr Partner UpThey’re opening a restaurant inside the former Manzanilla space.
  22. Grub Guides
    Finally: 15 New York Restaurants Serving Super-Seasonal Spring VegetablesNarcissa, the Dutch, Estela, and more.
  23. Openings
    What to Eat at Decoy, Now Serving Peking Duck Below RedFarmPlus: “Jamaican-Chinese-style” chicken.
  24. Chef Shuffle
    New York Loses Sara Kramer to Los AngelesDon’t leave!
  25. Openings
    What to Eat at Barchetta, Esca’s Dave Pasternack’s New ChelseaIt opens tonight.
  26. Openings
    First Look at Cafe El Presidente, the Tacombi Team’s New Flatiron Food6,500 square feet of tacos, Veracruz-style coffee, and beetroot tortillas.
  27. Grub Guides
    Attack of the Ramps: 22 NYC Restaurants Serving Spring’s Most DivisiveNo matter where you stand on the hype (or the backlash), the tiny wild onions are a welcome sign of spring.
  28. Chef Shuffle
    The Musket Room Hires Eleven Madison Park’s Becca Punch As Pastry ChefShe replaces Rob Rohl.
  29. Openings
    What to Eat at Tavern on the Green, Finally Opening Next WeekFancy salads and red-velvet cake.
  30. Chef Shuffle
    Northern Spy Loses Both Its Executive Chef and Pastry ChefWill pork sticky rolls ever be the same?
  31. Openings
    First Look at the Cocktails at Chalk Point Kitchen, Now Open in the Old DallowayThere’s a kale martini.
  32. Tributes
    The Grey Dog and the Abiding Charms of a Second-Home RestaurantThe restaurant has returned to its original home on Carmine Street.
  33. Openings
    What to Eat at Bar Bolonat, Einat Admony’s New West Village RestaurantIt opens on Hudson Street tonight.
  34. Opening Soon
    Galli 2.0 to Open in Old ’inoteca SpaceMore Italian food at 98 Rivington Street.
  35. Pizza Time
    Franny’s Introducing 16 New Pies for March MadnessIt’s a popularity contest.
  36. Empire Building
    Danny Bowien on Going Full Burrito at Mission Cantina“Eventually, we want to open a Mission Burrito. That’s been a plan of ours since the beginning.”
  37. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: Wells Loves Gotham West Market; Richman Enjoys MissionPlus: Sutton praises Contra, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  38. Chef Shuffle
    Chef Sara Kramer Leaving GlasserieOwner Sara Conklin has hired Eldad Shem Tov.
  39. What to Eat
    Glasserie Elevates Rabbit to Menu-Superstar StatusIt’s just the latest standout among New York’s newly excellent bunny dishes.
  40. Opening Soon
    Cómodo Team Opening Latin-American Restaurant in Fort GreeneIt’s called Colonia Verde.
  41. Openings
    What to Eat at Narcissa, John Fraser’s Restaurant Inside the Standard EastIt’s named after a cow on Balazs’s farm.
  42. Openings
    What to Eat at the Regency Bar & Grill (Besides Breakfast), Now Open Inside theDan Silverman’s menu includes dry-aged rib eye and Dover sole.
  43. Openings
    What to Eat at the Clam, the Market Table Chef’s New West VillageIt officially opens on Tuesday.
  44. Coming Soon
    CB3 Gives Alex Stupak the Green LightHe has a liquor license for his upcoming restaurant on St. Marks Place.
  45. Openings
    What to Eat at Telepan Local, Now Open in TribecaThe menu includes pigs in a blanket and bacon pizza.
  46. Openings
    What to Eat at Dover, the Battersby Team’s New SpotUni, uni, uni.
  47. Empire Building
    How Num Pang Became New York’s Quietest Restaurant EmpireRatha Chaupoly and Ben Daitz have opened three locations this year.
  48. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: Wells Gives One Star to Quality Italian; Joshua David SteinPlus: Ryan Sutton praises Khe-Yo, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  49. Soy Annoying
    Waitress Fired for Degrading Vegan DinerShe printed something nasty on the receipt.
  50. Grub Guides
    Beyond Pok Pok: 8 New Places to Order First-Rate LarbIt’s easier than ever to find excellent versions of the Asian minced-meat salad.
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