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The Year I Ate New York

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    Is LaRina the Perfect Neighborhood Italian Restaurant?You know a restaurant is going to be good when you’re the only person who’s speaking English.
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    Where to Find Not-So-Hidden Jazz in Midtown EastDoes anyone go north of 40th Street after 9 p.m.?
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    How I Celebrated My James Beard AwardLuxury Cheetos, a stop in Ohio, and three perfect diner tacos.
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    The Dirty Shirley Won’t Save UsOur diner-at-large visits a very cool bar where nothing seems to matter.
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    I’ve Eaten at 200 Different Restaurants This Year. Here’s What I’ve Learned.100 tips from our diner-at-large.
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    Cannolis and Coconut Nutcrackers on Fort Tilden BeachHow our diner-at-large celebrates a long weekend.
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    My New Favorite Sushi CounterA secret omakase at an impressive value.
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    Is This Really the ‘Worst Steak in NYC’?Seeking out a surprisingly controversial special.
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    Opening Night at the Potato PalaceDaniel Boulud’s latest restaurant, Le Gratin, is a low-key affair, for now.
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    A Sandwich That’s Worth 192 Minutes on the SubwayFresh mootz on the first nice day of the year.
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    The Last Thing New York Needs Is Another Wine BarAnd yet, our diner-at-large has found a few new ones that she really loves.
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    Who Has the Best View in New York?Let’s get high.
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    Tempura Matsui Still Delivers an Extravagant Omakase“Don’t be afraid of the hot.”
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    Peter Luger, COVID StyleOur diner-at-large spends a week eating delivery at her desk.
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    The Sri Lankan Feasts of Staten IslandGet a car and get some lamprais.
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    Where Do You Throw a Proper Birthday Bash?Our diner-at-large searches for the new Tao, one crowded clubstaurant at a time.
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    How 9 P.M. Became the New Midnight for RestaurantsLate-night dining has disappeared from New York City’s hottest restaurants.
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    I Found a Chicken Sandwich That Can Still Draw a CrowdAnd now I can’t stop thinking about when I’ll eat it again.
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    The Sprawl of Haute SuburbiaWhy do so many new restaurants feel like they just arrived off the bus from the Midwest?
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    Why You Should Take the Q Train to Dinner TonightThe wide stretch of Brooklyn between Prospect Park and Brighton Beach is full of underexplored surprises.
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    Leave Single Diners Alone AlreadyWhy are we still being so weird about one-tops?
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    A Surprise Dinner at the New, Old GrindhausAfter a blizzard, our diner-at-large hunkers down in Red Hook.
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    The Broth BinaryAnything can be a broth, unless it can’t, and then it’s just improved by a broth.
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    I Ate at 26 NYC Restaurants in 5 Days. Here’s How the City Is Handling Omicron.Out among New York’s diners, COVID anxiety is practically nonexistent.