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The Fresser’s Guide to Wasp Cuisine
How to eat like a Wasp without going hungry.
Hunting for Perfection, in 12 Ducks a Night
At midtown’s must luxurious restaurant, line cook Kris Feliz is in charge of the kitchen’s signature dish.
Best of New York
The Absolute Best Prime Rib in New York
The elemental pleasures of blood, bone, and the lustrous top layers of deckle fat remain timeless and the same.
the grub street diet
Writer Howie Kahn Is Fascinated by the Grill
“The whole place is statement upon statement, and it doesn’t let up.”
Review: The Grill Is Worth a Visit, If Someone Else Is Paying
The menu is uneven, the prices are insane.
How Top Chefs Are Reinventing the Hash Brown
Inspired by nostalgia for diner and steakhouse versions, not to mention Mickey D’s, the classic shredded-potato side dish is getting reconceived.
Has Power Lunch Returned to Midtown’s Storied Grill Room?
A critic and a former regular check in on the reborn version of the room where the power lunch was invented.
The Grill at the Former Four Seasons Opens May 2
Can the Major Food Group do for mock-turtle soup and Amish ham steak what it did for rigatoni alla vodka?
The Four Seasons Invented the Power Lunch. Can It Be an Actual Food Destination?
The guys behind Carbone try something radical: actually paying attention to what’s on the plate.
What to Expect at James Graham’s Ba, Opening Soon in Highland Park
As James Graham’s original Tuscon diner closes, another door opens in Northeast L.A.
The Menu at The Grill: Very Exclamatory
Specchio Features Bottarga Thursdays, The Grill Opens in SoMa, and More
Also, the New Taste Marketplace is coming to Potrero next month.
Luna Taqueria to Shutter, The Grill Coming to Take Its Place
The court-house adjacent Mexican place will close by mid-summer.