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  1. Other Magazines
    Check Out the Full Field Guide to Dim Sum in the Lucky Peach Chinatown IssueUnderstand the difference between your zing gau and your siu mai.
  2. User’s Guide
    Here Is Adam Platt’s ‘Where to Eat 2013’Everything you’d need to get by, and get dinner, in 2013.
  3. Let Them Eat Foie
    Where to Find Foie Gras in Southern CaliforniaUsing loopholes and clever dodging, the forbidden delicacy is still to be found in the Southland.
  4. User’s Guide
    Bastille Day: Seven Spots to Get Your Bag(uette) OnLive music, food, an drink deals abound at our French-aligned restaurant and bars this weekend.
  5. Holidays
    Where to Find Your Fourth of July Grill-StuffsFried chicken now can be had in both regular and Korean varieties just steps from Dolores Park.
  6. User’s Guide
    Four Performance-Ready Picnics Packed To-GoBecause doing stuff yourself is hard.
  7. Where to Eat
    Where to Eat During Pride, 2012 EditionOur annual guide to where to eat actually decent food in the Castro and Civic Center.
  8. Where to Eat
    Where to Get Your Ribs and Brisket Up NorthSee a BBQ map of Sonoma.
  9. User’s Guide
    Where to Drink Juleps, Eat Burgoo and Take in the Most Exciting Two Minutes inThere are also several opportunities to show off hats!
  10. User’s Guide
    Where to Eat and Drink For Cinco De MayoDon’t stay in. Go out and stand your ground.
  11. User’s Guide
    Ocho Options For Eating and Drinking on Cinco de MayoPink Taco will debut its new Sunset location, while Border Grill presents a cochinita pibil with ghost peppers.
  12. Holidays
    Where Not to Go This St. Patrick’s DayThe five Irish bars you should avoid at all costs tomorrow.
  13. User’s Guide
    Where to O.D. on Corned Beef Sliders, Green Drinks, and Street Parties on SaintWhich local restaurants and bars are vying for your green this Saturday?
  14. Recipes
    How to Be Like Russell Moore and Make Your Own VinegarThe ‘Chronicle’ tells you how.
  15. Taste Test
    The King of NYC’s Galette des RoisWhich French bakery makes the best king cake in the city?
  16. Users Guide
    Where to Ring In the New YearWhere to go and what to do on the last night of 2011.
  17. User’s Guide
    The Platt 101: New York City’s Best RestaurantsOur chief critic re-ranks New York’s best restaurants — finding a food landscape vastly different from the last time he attempted this exercise.
  18. Users Guide
    Where to Eat and Drink on Christmas Eve and DayThere’s more than just Chinese available.
  19. Christmas
    Ugly-Sweater Parties Still Popular, Where To Find ThemGrab your own and hit one of these upcoming parties.
  20. User’s Guide
    Where to Party on New Year’s Eve Without Getting GougedFree champagne, reasonable pre-fixe dinners, and cover-free parties are out there if you look closely.
  21. User’s Guide
    Nine Nontraditional Places to Eat Great Chinese Food on ChristmasIrresistible options for an Asian Christmas, whatever your race or creed.
  22. User’s Guide
    A Recent History of Restaurant Employees Writing Nasty Things About CustomersFourteen examples to make Chick-fil-A feel better about its racist-receipt debacle.
  23. User’s Guide
    Where to Meet Your Ex, Pretend to Have Something in Common With Your High SchoolHelp is on the way.
  24. Users Guide
    Where to Eat Out For ThanksgivingTime is running out to make plans.
  25. User’s Guide
    What Not to Miss During L.A. Beer Week, October 10th-23rdWith over 80 breweries and 69 locations, you may need a little help navigating this massive two-week event.
  26. Users Guide
    You’re Not Really Going to Let a Hurricane Ruin Your Weekend, Are You?Here’s some ideas for getting prepared for the big storm.
  27. User’s Guide
    How to Prepare Your Carmageddon Survival ToolkitIn which our editor wonders what will help him keep his sanity while stuck in a hellish scape of gridlock.
  28. User’s Guide
    Where to Drink and Dine During Game SevenBetter grab a table quick, and don’t even think about driving anywhere.
  29. User’s Guide
    Where to Eat and Drink For Philly Beer WeekBeer Week doesn’t officially start until the first bunghole gets popped. Unofficially, it’s already begun.
  30. Where to Eat
    Where to Eat in S.F.’s Theater District, Such As It IsOur roundup of where not to feel ripped off near and around Union Square.
  31. Users Guide
    Where to Eat and Drink For Cinco De MayoEscape the tequila shooter riff raff and enjoy some good Mexican food and spirited libations.
  32. User’s Guide
    The Poor Planner’s Guide to Mother’s Day Brunch: Where You Can StillWe’ve rounded up the best restaurants that still can still squeeze you and mom in for brunch this Sunday.
  33. User’s Guide
    Where to Get Your Tacos and Tequila On For Cinco de MayoFrom Italian margaritas at Culina to food specials at Border Grill, you’ll be a superhero if you’re still standing by the end of Thursday night.
  34. User’s Guide
    Ten Places to Get Sloshed While the Royals Get Hitched (With a Map!)Your guide to the city’s best royal wedding viewing parties.
  35. User’s Guide
    Where to Celebrate Easter Sunday (With a Map!)Grub Street’s roundup of Easter Sunday specials.
  36. Food Tour
    Southern Chef John Besh Picks New York’s Best Newfangled Fried ChickenA tour of the city’s fried fowl — and a surprise winner!
  37. User’s Guide
    Pasta Porn: 101 of America’s Most Delicious Noodle DishesOur editors scoured the country and came away with this list of perfect pastas.
  38. User’s Guide
    Where to Eat and Drink While Helping JapanAn updated guide to who is doing what for relief efforts in Japan.
  39. User’s Guide
    Grub Street’s Guide to Penning an April Bloomfield ProfileFirst ‘New York,’ then ‘The New Yorker,’ then the ‘Telegraph,’ and now the ‘Guardian.’ Here’s how the writers did it.
  40. User’s Guide
    Where to Eat and Watch The Oscars, Depending On Your Hollywood RankSix different options for eating out while watching the Academy Awards show.
  41. Funnies
    Tips For Shopping at Costco While High“What you wanna do here is find the biggest TV, change the channel to the Food Network, and just relax for three to four hours; whatever feels right.”
  42. User’s Guide
    Where to Celebrate the Year of the RabbitGrub Street’s roundup of Chinese New Year meals.
  43. Where to Eat
    Where to Score Some Pre-Kickoff Takeout for the Super BowlIt’s all about the sandwiches.
  44. User’s Guide
    Where To Eat-In and Take-Out For Superbowl XLVWhether you’re a super-fan or a dilettante, The Superbowl is always a great chance to eat a lot.
  45. User’s Guide
    Where to Eat In and Take Out For Super Bowl SundayNo one should go hungry on Super Bowl sunday.
  46. Users Guide
    Where to Eat In and Take Out For Super Bowl SundayWhether dining or taking out for Super Bowl, a bunch of Philly’s restaurants have you covered.
  47. Users Guide
    Where to Dine In or Take Out on Super Bowl SundayWhere to sup in style on Super Bowl Sunday.
  48. User’s Guide
    Know Your Maki From Your Temaki
  49. User’s Guide
    Where to Eat During Restaurant WeekWe pick twelve of the most in-demand menus for dineLA’s Restaurant Week.
  50. User’s Guide
    Where to Eat on Christmas DayCheck out our Christmas day brunch and dinner options.
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