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The Good Fork

  1. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in Red HookOne-of-a-kind spots for a one-of-a-kind neighborhood.
  2. Eat Well
    Eat Well: Beets, Scallops, and CouscousPlus: sweet potatoes topped with buttermilk, and more, in this week’s roundup of healthy eats.
  3. Leftovers
    Joe’s Pizza to Open Union Square Location; The Good Fork Rises AgainPlus: Tapas Tuesdays, brunch at China Latina, and more in today’s leftovers.
  4. Auld Lang Syne
    The Good Fork in Red Hook Is Reopening in Five DaysThe restaurant will celebrate New Year’s Eve.
  5. Red Hook Summer,
    Red Hook Summer Film Series to Feature 100 Percent More Pok PokPok Pok and Mile End have joined the lineup of food sponsors for the 2012 outdoor film series in Red Hook.
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Midnight Madness Specials at Black Market; Meet Zakary Pelaccio at FattyPlus: Soup and Bread’s free cookbook launch party, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Japanese Pop-up From an Annisa Chef; City Chicken Wants Your Help With CoopsPlus: a beer dinner at Landmarc, a lip-smackin’ Fourth of July barbecue menu in Times Square, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  8. Foodievents
    Good Fork Does Dumplings at Brooklyn FleaPlus, two more recent additions to the lineup.
  9. Bright Young Things
    Is Your Favorite Chef One of the 40 Under 40?Mother Nature Network follows up its popular “hot farmers” list.
  10. NewsFeed
    Good Fork’s Sohui Kim Bests Bobby FlaySohui Kim, of the Good Fork, triumphed over Bobby Flay in a dumpling contest this week in Red Hook.
  11. Chefwatch
    Sohui Kim Is Just Trying to Bring It All TogetherEach week, we highlight one of the city’s great but relatively obscure young chefs. Today: Sohui Kim, the talent behind the Good Fork.
  12. NewsFeed
    Zagat 2008 Smiles on Daniel, Gordon Ramsay, OthersNew York’s little red book, the 2008 Zagat guide, is out today. It is more significant to the restaurant world than the Michelin guide, and for good reason: The same people who use it are the ones who write it. So what if it’s a popularity contest? Life is a popularity contest. There were some minor shakeups in this year’s rankings, such as Union Square Cafe retaking its sibling Gramercy as most popular restaurant, and Daniel retaking the top spot in cuisine from Le Bernardin. But the more interesting points required a slightly closer look.
  13. Back of the House
    Why Is Alan Richman So in Love With Brooklyn? Given that Alan Richman has become a kind of professional debunker, the Amazing Randi of the food world, it was with some relief that we read his critical overview of Brooklyn in the new issue of GQ. The verdict: Brooklyn rules! Gramercy Tavern, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and the cities of Las Vegas and New Orleans, all victims of his scorn over the last few years, must be fuming.