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  1. holiday spirit
    The City’s Most Festive Christmas Display? Rolf’s Has Some Competition.The Dead Rabbit has been Jingle Jangled.
  2. the underground gourmet
    It’s the Most Hyped Burger in Years — But Is It Any Good?Hamburger America is a big-city ode to small-town roadside joints.
  3. reasons to love new york
    My Quest to Drink a Nobu Martini in My PajamasIf Robert De Niro can do it, why can’t I?
  4. the grub street diet
    Eli Rallo Is Picky About Her Cheese Boards“Cheese-board consumption — and creation — is a religious experience for me.”
  5. the year i ate new york
    The City’s Most Exciting Chefs Are Cooking in Someone Else’s Kitchen“Pop-ups are empowering because you really don’t have to answer to anybody.”
  6. scenes
    Le French Diner Is Every Chef’s Favorite Restaurant“Everyone who gets a seat feels special.”
  7. openings
    Lawn Club Brings Croquet and Cocktails to the SeaportYour Lawncierge will see you now.
  8. closings
    Why Fort Defiance Is Closing ForeverThe Red Hook institution’s last day is December 3.
  9. the grub street diet
    Nation of Language’s Ian Devaney Is a Detroit-Pizza Convert“I delivered pizza for years growing up in New Jersey, and it never occurred to me to involve ranch and pizza in any sort of way.”
  10. report
    What Happens to Queens Night Market Now?A famously inclusive food fair ended in divide. How will it fare next season?
  11. the grub street diet
    Top Chef’s Melissa King Finishes Service With Double Chicken Please“We were there all night. We closed the restaurant down.”
  12. openings
    Ray’s, the TikTokiest Faux Dive in New York, Expands to Greenpoint“The worst part is that it’s going to be wildly successful for sure.”
  13. restaurant review
    Inside the Subway, Noksu Shoots For the StarsWhat happens when modernist luxury meets municipal utility?
  14. the year i ate new york
    Why Are So Many Restaurants Called ‘Love Letters to New York’?Chefs have fallen for a phrase that is essentially meaningless.
  15. openings
    Here Comes Carbone PrivatoMajor Food Group goes members-only in Hudson Yards.
  16. the underground gourmet
    A Lobster Roll Returns to Cornelia StreetFigure Eight opens in the former Pearl Oyster Bar space.
  17. what to eat
    A Bangladeshi Snack Shop That’s Worth the Trip to KensingtonFuchka, haleem, samosas and more at Shingara, where almost everything is less than $10.
  18. openings
    A Hot-Dog Competitor Moves In Next to Crif DogsGlizzy’s has opened on St. Marks Place.
  19. the grub street diet
    Mark Kurlansky Does, in Fact, Cook a Lot of Cod“No fat, pure protein from the hardscrabble North Atlantic.”
  20. restaurant review
    Roscioli Is a Roman HolidayFor better or worse.
  21. the underground gourmet
    I’ve Found My New Favorite BurritoIt’s big and beefy and waiting in Windsor Terrace.
  22. lists
    Michelin Plays It SafeThis year’s stars offer zero surprises.
  23. the underground gourmet
    Farina Is a New Kind of Brooklyn PizzeriaTony Pisaniello’s pies are unlike anything else in the city.
  24. the grub street diet
    Matt Rogers Could Eat Appetizers Forever“What I like to do is eat wings while I watch Hot Ones. I’m a maximalist.”
  25. the year i ate new york
    Tanoreen Is ForeverTwenty-five years on, Rawia Bishara’s Palestinian destination is as heartening as ever.
  26. guides
    Where to Eat in NovemberThe best restaurants for right now.
  27. what to eat
    April Bloomfield’s Chicken SecretOur critic loves this bird. He’s shocked to learn what makes it so good.
  28. the grub street diet
    Mark Byrne Is Probably Too Hydrated“I consume enough water to suspend an adult whale.”
  29. restaurant review
    Sailor Is SensationalA Brooklyn bistro exhibits the understated confidence of its famous co-captains.
  30. openings
    Ye Olde New York Gets a Modern Makeover at ClaraLobster Newburg and Waldorf salad inside the New York Historical Society.
  31. chains
    How Cookies Conquered New YorkThe city is crumbling.
  32. the grub street diet
    Yewande Komolafe Obsesses Over Perfect Bites“The attitude is, all of these strong flavors can play so well together and let’s do it.”
  33. the year i ate new york
    Are We in a New Golden Age for Offal?Our diner-at-large packs his stomach with liver, intestine, kidney, and more.
  34. delivery
    The Subs That Arrive on a MopedSalvo’s is as Italian as lunch gets.
  35. drinks
    The Bartending Legend With a Secret Martini Menu in His HeadPhil Ward doesn’t like much. He loves to stir gin with a splash of vermouth.
  36. the grub street diet
    Jonathan Lethem Dines on Psychedelic Octopus“Each food encounter is heightened into a mini-epic.”
  37. restaurant review
    Soba’s in the Spotlight at UzukiBuckwheat every which way at Shuichi Kotani’s Greenpoint soba oasis.
  38. anniversaries
    A Decade of Dimes, Before and After the Square“We’re just one piece of the whole pun.”
  39. openings
    A Noma Co-founder Opens Ilis in GreenpointVenison tartare, eel mousse, clam flasks, and more.
  40. the grub street diet
    Blonde Redhead’s Kazu Makino Seeks Out the Quality Fruit“This grapefruit looked like a grandma, so wrinkly, and it tasted like gold.”
  41. groceries
    How Dan Barber Helped Invent a New OnionSweet Garleek is just what it sounds like.
  42. the year i ate new york
    Why Does So Much ‘Korean’ Fine Dining Still Feel So French?Our diner-at-large goes looking for food that escapes the contradiction of cosmopolitanism.
  43. openings
    Destination Shawarma on St. Marks, FinallySpice Brothers and “the art of building the perfect spit.”
  44. impossible tables
    A Seat at Torrisi? It’s Easier Than You Think.But whatever you do, don’t leave.
  45. guides
    Where to Eat in OctoberThe best restaurants for right now.
  46. the grub street diet
    Dwight Garner Always Has a Muffuletta in the Freezer“I’ve loved nearly every muffuletta I’ve ever had, but these are special.”
  47. restaurant review
    Sartiano’s Is a Members-Mostly ClubOur restaurant critic finds caviar, calamari and a Kardashian at Scott Sartiano’s Soho Italian joint.
  48. the underground gourmet
    Forget Whipped Cream — Where’s the Olive Oil?A good idea has become ubiquitous.
  49. outings
    Dave Portnoy’s Sausage FestA rain-soaked afternoon eating pizza with the Stoolies.
  50. trendlet
    When Did Cabbage Get So Sexy?Chefs are wrapping it around all sorts of wonderful things.
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