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  1. report
    Why Have Restaurant Menus Gotten So Simple?Call it the great pare-down.
  2. the grub street diet
    Emma Steiger Eats Dinner at 3:30 — and Again at 10:45“Even when we ordered, we knew it was too much food.”
  3. reopening
    Great N.Y. Noodletown Makes Its Triumphant ReturnA long-delayed reopening has finally happened.
  4. rsvp
    What It’s Really Like Inside a Blindfolded Dinner“The customer is really surrendering to the chef — it’s a lot of trust.”
  5. cooking
    The Dinner Party Is OverNo more cleaning up.
  6. the grub street diet
    Galen Druke Has Been Getting Into Protein Shakes“This is probably the most embarrassing part of my diet I’ll admit to, so I might as well get it out of the way up front.”
  7. the year i ate new york
    Pretending to Vacation in BushwickReliving my early 20s during the last unofficial week of summer.
  8. fall preview 2022
    The New Restaurants You Need to Know AboutSo many openings.
  9. the grub street diet
    Morgan Jerkins Buys Her Snacks Before the Edibles Hit“Who wants to walk around the corner when you’re really stoned?”
  10. openings
    A New Chophouse Is Opening in Brownstone BrooklynGus’s debuts next week in Carroll Gardens.
  11. the year i ate new york
    Where to Eat (or Get a Massage) in FlushingIf you’re taking the train to watch the U.S. Open, you may as well have a decent meal too.
  12. our mayor
    Who Are the Petrosyants Brothers?Eric Adams’s friends are also the city’s most unconventional restaurant power brokers.
  13. openings
    A ‘Modern New England’ Tasting Counter Is Headed to DumboPearl Street Supper Club will debut next week.
  14. closings
    Everything You Need to Know About the Closing of the Trader Joe’s Wine StoreEmployees claim management’s response to a unionization effort is the cause of the sudden shuttering.
  15. the grub street diet
    Sculptor Brandon Ndife Doesn’t Break for Lunch“I found myself a bit famished because I was in the zone.”
  16. the year i ate new york
    Should New Yorkers Actually Go to the Seaport?Checking in on Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s new megamarket, the Tin Building.
  17. drinks
    I Regret to Inform You There Will Be No ‘Drink of the Summer’Dirty Shirley, we hardly knew you.
  18. openings
    Hakata TonTon Is BackHot pot, cold ramen, and plenty of pig.
  19. the grub street diet
    L Morgan Lee Searches for the Joy in Dinner“I had my first bite and felt my spirit start to stir.”
  20. meow
    We Ate at the Fancy Feast Restaurant for HumansYes, the fancy cat was there.
  21. the year i ate new york
    Can New York’s Hotels Make Breakfast Important Again?Our late-rising diner-at-large gets up for some new spreads.
  22. closings
    Arrivederci to Nunzio’s, an Unsung Staten Island Slice MeccaAfter 80 years in business, the pizzeria is set to become a cabinet showroom.
  23. what to eat
    Meet Brooklyn’s Newest Vegan Meatball HeroGarden Carver specializes in meat-free versions of beloved comfort foods.
  24. the grub street diet
    Filmmaker Rebeca Huntt Is Serious About Breakfast“I made my oatmeal pancakes and watched Before Sunrise.
  25. the year i ate new york
    Not All Culinary Journeys Can End in SuccessSometimes you travel for a dish with a perfect online rating — and then you have to take your L in stride.
  26. what to eat
    How to Engineer a Clam SliceIn a stunning bit of pizza innovation, F&F offers the New Haven specialty one piece at a time.
  27. reopenings
    Txikito Is Back — FinallyThe neighborhood favorite is set to reopen after two-plus years of darkness.
  28. food tv
    Everyone’s Thirsty for The Bear. Here’s What It’s Really Like to Date a Chef.“We all get into this line of work because we have personality disorders and massive daddy issues.”
  29. the grub street diet
    Sarah Thankam Mathews Eats Lychees on the Beach“I feel a happiness so intense and sudden it leaves me gelatinous.”
  30. openings
    He Has 11 Million TikTok Followers. Now He’s Throwing Ice Cream in Noho.“If you walk in and there is ice cream flying around in the air? It automatically sends the energy level up.”
  31. the year i ate new york
    Swimming With the Regulars at MareaAn extravagant weeknight meal where everyone seems to know each other.
  32. field notes
    A Final Trip to Papaya King on the Eve of Its Likely DestructionThe iconic hot-dog counter’s days appear numbered.
  33. openings
    Cocktail Royalty Rolls Into New YorkA version of the fabled Dukes martini is now being poured at the Hotel Chelsea’s Lobby Bar.
  34. talking to
    Separating Fact From Fiction in Despot’s New YorkA trip to Spaghetti Park with the city’s premier underground rapper turned empire-building restaurateur.
  35. the grub street diet
    Jacqueline Novak Prefers the Big Bags of Chips“This all goes back to the source bag, the Tostitos bag of my youth, humongous, the size of my torso.”
  36. the year i ate new york
    Who Makes the Best Chicken Caesar Wrap in New York?LunchTok inspires our diner-at-large to find the answer.
  37. talking to
    Romy Gill Makes Her Own Luck“Anybody in their right mind would’ve given up.”
  38. commentary
    The ‘World’s 50 Best Restaurants’ List Is More Ridiculous Than EverWhose interests do these rankings still serve?
  39. openings
    Frenchette’s Chefs Open Midtown’s New Megabistro, Le RockLee Hanson and Riad Nasr’s new project is the latest restaurant to land in Rockefeller Center. It’s a big one.
  40. the grub street diet
    Author Isaac Fitzgerald Likes Warm Eggs and Tepid Coffee“I ain’t much of a cook, but morning meals I can do.”
  41. interview
    How a Highland Park Restaurant Reopened After the July 4 Tragedy“It’s been unlike anything I’ve ever experienced.”
  42. the year i ate new york
    Where to Eat Ice Cream Right NowNine under-the-radar scoops that I can’t stop thinking about.
  43. what to eat
    Bún Dau Mam Tôm Pops Up DowntownMam specializes in the Vietnamese street-food staple.
  44. what to eat
    The Red-Sauce Joint That Even a Vegan Can LoveJohn’s of 12th Street has offered a meatless menu for years, but please don’t call it “plant-based.”
  45. the grub street diet
    Ada Calhoun Isn’t Picky About Restaurants“I like going out to eat, but it doesn’t really matter where.”
  46. closings
    After Just 5 Months, Victoria Blamey’s Mena Will CloseThe restaurant received rave reviews and looked poised to last. So what went wrong?
  47. the grub street diet
    Rachel Antonoff Names Her Pies“I’m like, ‘Do you prefer Bob or Judy?’”
  48. the year i ate new york
    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.
  49. talking to
    Welcome to the New York NicoverseGrabbing sandwiches with Nicolas Heller and his band of unlikely food influencers.
  50. what to eat
    A Lovely New Salad That’s Also Pure GarbageAt Patti Ann’s, the garbage salad takes equal inspiration from Chicago steakhouses and French fine dining.
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