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The Dutch

  1. reopening
    New York Chefs Are Prepping — and Praying — for a Blockbuster Thanksgiving“I’m trying to be extremely, extremely optimistic.”
  2. Serious Steel
    The Burly, Beautiful (and Sometimes Brightly Colored) Steak Knives of New YorkThe best restaurant steak knives, much like the best steaks, announce themselves at a table.
  3. Grub Guides
    Where to Eat, Drink, and Celebrate Fourth of July in New York City This YearMaison Premiere, Narcissa, the Dutch, and other restaurants are throwing parties and cooking burgers.
  4. Grub Guides
    Where to Go Eat, Now That It’s Finally Nice OutQuit binge-watching Netflix.
  5. The Grub Street Diet
    Ben McKenzie Makes Sure to Eat a Bagel at Least Once a Month“There’s such a wide variety of foods in New York. It’s more of an epicurean kind of place than L.A. People here indulge. I love it..”
  6. Supplies Are Limited
    Disappearing Burgers: Why So Many Chefs Make It So Hard to Order Their MostWhy do so many chefs refuse to sell burgers during prime-time hours?
  7. Interviews
    Locanda Verde Pastry Chef Kierin Baldwin on Her New Gig, Disappearing Pastry“Dessert should not be an obstacle course.”
  8. Chef Shuffle
    Kierin Baldwin Has Moved From the Dutch to Locanda VerdeWe’re pretty sure the pies will keep on coming.
  9. Grub Guides
    Where to Eat and Drink in New York on the Fourth of JulyThe Dutch, Maison Premiere, the Gander, and more.
  10. Grub Guides
    10 New Takes on Soft-shell Crabs That You Should Eat This SeasonBLTs, tempura batter, and an inspired take on crab Louie.
  11. Grub Guides
    Memorial Day Specials: Where to Eat and Drink in New York This WeekendThe Dutch, Maison Premiere, and more.
  12. Grub Guides
    Summer Slices: Where to Find the Season’s Most Exciting PiesCan we interest you in some rhubarb-frangipane? How about strawberry-balsamic?
  13. Grub Guides
    The Very-Last-Minute Guide to Mother’s Day Brunch, Which Is ThisThe Dutch, Il Buco Alimentari, and Alder still have tables available.
  14. Grub Guides
    Finally: 15 New York Restaurants Serving Super-Seasonal Spring VegetablesNarcissa, the Dutch, Estela, and more.
  15. Grub Guides
    Finger Food: 14 Hot New York Restaurants Serving Delicious DipsThe Clam, Gato, Estela, and more.
  16. Grub Guides
    14 Amazingly Delicious, Gloriously Unhealthy Vegetable DishesThey imply some semblance of nutritional value while comforting your body in this miserable weather.
  17. Grub Guides
    Patriotism: Where to Eat and Drink in New York on the Fourth of JulyIt’s a hot-dog holiday!
  18. Leftovers
    Memorial Day Luau at the Dutch; Backyard at Maison PremierePlus: Roti’s giving away free meals, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  19. Grub Guides
    Spring Luxury: 20 Spots Serving Outstanding Morel Mushroom DishesMarietta, Colonie, and ABC Cocina are all serving the wild, seasonal ‘shroom.
  20. Leftovers
    The Spotted Pig’s Filipino Menu; Ramp Fest Hudson 2013Plus: new food at Citi Field, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  21. Grub Guides
    Serious Beef: 15 Fantastic New York Steaks That Cost Less Than $30Stick to the good kind of meat sweats.
  22. Quote of the Day
    Andrew Carmellini Is Warming Up His Cast IronLafayette opens next month.
  23. Previews
    Andrew Carmellini Will Preview Lafayette Next Week at the DutchTurbo-powered turbot.
  24. Grub Guide
    On Ice: New York’s Sixteen Most Impressive Seafood PlattersTop-notch fruits de mer have become New York menu staples. Here are the best.
  25. Fall Preview
    Bartenders Forecast Fall’s Most Promising Drink TrendsMezcal breaks through, cocktails get bottled, and more.
  26. BONY
    The Dutch’s Pastry Chef on Her ‘Best of New York’ Perfect PiesCall it a puff piece.
  27. Leftovers
    Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Opening on UES; 7-Eleven Planning 100-Plus NYC StoresPlus: Mile End cookbook details, lobster-roll dog biscuits, and more of today’s leftovers.
  28. Two for Eight
    Tables at Lowcountry, Hundred Acres, David Burke Kitchen; Later Tonight on atIt’s 4 p.m. and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: Comfort Food.
  29. Two for Eight
    Tables Available at Empellón, Miss Lily’s; ABC Kitchen, the Dutch,It’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: New & Buzzy.
  30. Menu Changes
    Now the Dutch Has a ‘Green Label’ Burger (But It’s Not WhatPat LaFrieda has nothing to do with it, much to our chagrin.
  31. Pie People
    The Heart of the Dutch Is PieHello, holidays.
  32. Beach Food
    Carmellini Talks Customers and Ingredients in MIA Versus NYCA.C. hits MIA.
  33. Gastronomics
    Gastronomics: How Chefs Learned to Monetize Veggie PedigreesFelix Salmon looks at how the rise of bespoke produce gave restaurants the opportunity to sell relatively inexpensive ingredients at premium prices.
  34. Video Feed
    Watch Andrew Carmellini Make Whiskey-Spiked Quinoa on TodayThe Locanda Verde and Dutch chef whips up a pleasant-sounding side.
  35. Neighborhood Watch
    Oyster and Beer Fest at Back Forty; Andrew Carmellini Cookbook SigningPlus: a toast to Riverpark’s first anniversary, where to find the best tacos on Lexington, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  36. Two for Eight
    Tables Available at Beauty & Essex and Miss Lily’s; Mostly Booked at ABCIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight.Today: New & Buzzy.
  37. Foodievents
    The Dutch Opens Up About New ‘Fresh Eggs’ DinnersPrivate, multi-course dinners will be held in the basement of the Dutch.
  38. Two for Eight
    Tables Available at Blue Smoke, Hundred Acres; Red Rooster Fully BookedIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: Comfort Food.
  39. Other Critics
    Sifton Renews Craft’s Three Stars; Cheshes Thinks Do or Dine Falls ShortPlus: “Tables for Two” hits the Dutch, Sietsema enjoys Neely’s Barbecue Parlor, and more of this week’s reviews.
  40. Snowbird
    The Dutch Does MiamiCarmellini says Miami is like “a second home.”
  41. The Grub Street Diet
    Entrepreneur John McDonald Doesn’t Do Dessert, Drinks Rosé During a“The rain was not coming down hard quite yet, so stopped at MercBar for a quick margarita, and to see the staff and locals who were tired of being indoors.”
  42. Food Tours
    Michael Laiskonis Picks New York’s Finest PieWe escorted the celebrated pastry chef around town for an afternoon of stuffing our pieholes.
  43. Bookshelf
    Take Some (Unsanctioned?) Looks at New Cookbooks From Andrew Carmellini andPreviews for two fall cookbooks are online now.
  44. In the Magazine
    Platt on the Dutch and Leopard des Artistes; Dan Barber and Jim Meehan at thePlus: the Robs head to Alphabet city, and a cucumber cocktail from Rouge Tomate.
  45. In the Magazine
    Adam Platt Reviews the Dutch, Doesn’t Necessarily Buy Into the HypeOur resident restaurant critic doesn’t exactly love the Soho hotspot.
  46. Recipes
    Make Andrew Carmellini’s Oyster Sliders at HomeThe secret sauce is very necessary.
  47. The Other Critics
    Sifton Swoons for Empellón; Ed Levine Hits Up Mable’s SmokehousePlus: Sietsema loves Phayul, Ed Levine on Mable’s Smokehouse, and more, all in our weekly critic roundup.
  48. What to Eat
    The Dutch Starts the Brunch This WeekendFind dishes like a pork-and-egg roll with pickled jalapeño beginning this weekend.
  49. The Other Critics
    Cheshes Enjoys Lyon Bouchon Moderne; Sietsema Praises Dean Street’sPlus: Shockey reviews Bi Lokma, Greene impressed by the Dutch, and more, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  50. Openings
    Pickard and Wise Pitch Farm-to-Table ProjectsInteresting morsels from last night’s Community Board 2 SLA Licensing Committee meeting.
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