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Café Is a Love Letter to Rue McClanahan
Rue La Rue in Washington Heights manages to appeal to lovers of both comfort food and sitcom nostalgia.
Another Classic Dive Closes: Reynold’s Cafe Is Gone
After 50 years.
New Restaurant’s Logo Looks an Awful Lot Like Ferrari’s
Maranello Restaurant & Lounge opens in Washington Heights tonight.
Chicken Bits: KFC (Korean Fried Chicken) Celebrates While CFC (Caporal Fried
Good news and bad news in the fried-chicken world.
A knife fight turned deadly in Washington Heights.
Eaten Anything Gross Lately?
Had any downright awful meals lately? Please do tell!
Another Papaya Dog Goes to Heaven
Another Papaya King knockoff has bit the dust.
Beauty Bar in Brooklyn, and Fourteen Other New Places to Drink
What’s new and notable in nightlife.
Modern-Day El Morocco Brings Zebra Print to Hamilton Heights
Many have tried to replicate the legendary El Morocco nightclub but few have actually taken the name. That’ll change when El Morocco opens with a VIP party.
The New York Diet
Writer-Actor Lin-Manuel Miranda Tells Where to Go In the Heights
The writer and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda didn’t actually grow up in Washington Heights, the milieu of his Broadway smash,
In the Heights
. But that means his favorite neighborhood hangs range beyond just upper Manhattan.
Danny Meyer in Harlem; El Morocco in Washington Heights
Danny Meyer might open a café in Harlem, what Grant Achatz did when he was diagnosed with tongue cancer, and a new incarnation of the legendary El Morocco.
Smoothies at Starbucks; Searching for New Sandwiches
Starbucks will introduce “smoothie-like” drinks this summer, the ‘Times’ sets out to find the next great New York sandwich, and a former Frank Sinatra hangout will reopen in Hell’s Kitchen come June.