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  1. what to eat
    Meet Brooklyn’s Newest Vegan Meatball HeroGarden Carver specializes in meat-free versions of beloved comfort foods.
  2. 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.
  3. what to eat
    Bún Dau Mam Tôm Pops Up DowntownMam specializes in the Vietnamese street-food staple.
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    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.”
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    Someone Finally Turned Nathan’s Hot Dogs Into Ice Cream“Let the Dogs Out!” debuts at the Social just in time for the Fourth of July.
  6. 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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    Can Croissants Wake Up Brooklyn’s Sleepiest Neighborhood?L’Appartement 4F has already done the improbable: generate buzz on Montague Street.
  8. what to eat
    Lamb Rendang for a CrowdAt Piggyback, chef Leah Cohen makes a case for midtown.
  9. what to eat
    Ice-Cream Wizard Nick Morgenstern Explains Each of His 40 New FlavorsA new era dawns.
  10. what to eat
    Durian Cake With a Cross-Country FollowingLady Wong melds Southeast Asian flavors with New York–style hype.
  11. what to eat
    The Time for Stuffed Peppers Is NowEspecially at Dhamaka.
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    A Seafood Dish That Aims for a Different Kind of SustainabilityAt Brooklyn’s June, chef Diego Moya has a new kitchen and a plan to help his cooks thrive.
  13. what to eat
    An Eggplant Sandwich With a Story to TellA sturdy lunch in Bed-Stuy that’s assembled with decades of experience.
  14. profiles
    An Afghan Destination That Has Felt Like Home for a Quarter-CenturyBalkh Shish Kabab House is a perfect kind of New York restaurant.
  15. passions
    It Is Tomato Time, and This Year, I’m All InYes, I plan on spending $50 at the farmers’ market, and nobody can stop me.
  16. what to eat
    What It Means to Be a ‘Jewish’ Restaurant Right NowMore chefs and owners are working to explore our ancestors’ complicated flavors.
  17. what to eat
    A Salad That’s Also a RevelationAt Victor in Gowanus, a plate of lettuce makes a case for itself.
  18. grub guides
    The Grub Street Guide to Thanksgiving Takeout in NYCThis year, take your turkey to-go.
  19. the underground gourmet digest
    The Underground Gourmet’s Year-End DigestOur picks for the top new pizzas, pasta, burgers, and desserts of 2019, ranked.
  20. openings
    What to Eat at Hudson YardsDavid Chang potato-salad sandwiches, José Andrés fried eggs, and Thomas Keller chocolate cakes.
  21. These Perfect Bistro Desserts Will Remind You of the Power of French PastryLife-changing profiteroles and a flawless mille-feuille from chef Antoine Westermann.
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    Eataly’s Meat Restaurant Manzo Reopens With a New Look and Lots of SteakAfter a monthlong renovation, the meat-centric restaurant inside NYC’s first Eataly is open again.
  23. first bite
    New York’s Latest Must-Have Burger May Actually Be Worthy of the HypeThe no-nonsense, double-patty model at 4 Charles Prime Rib is a welcome addition to the city’s roster of excellent burgers.
  24. openings
    What to Eat at A&E Supply Co., Opening Tonight for DinnerExpect burgers, a “steak o’ the day,” and chicken nugget gnocchi.
  25. comfort food
    54 Delicious, Comforting Things We All Deserve to EatWith a few stiff drinks thrown in for good measure.
  26. coming soon
    April Bloomfield’s Chopped Cheese Is the Sandwich We Can’t Wait to EatIt will be served at her forthcoming butcher shop, White Gold
  27. Introducing the Croissant Ice-Cream SandwichHow about a birthday-cake croissant with a scoop of homemade caramel macchiato ice cream?
  28. What to Eat
    Here Are All of the Pies Competing in Franny’s Annual Pizza BracketSixteen new options compete for a place on the permanent menu. You’ll want to eat all of them.
  29. What to Eat
    Here’s a First Look at Upland’s Dinner DownstairsJustin Smillie’s dining series launches Tuesday with pasta al forno and slow-cooked lamb shoulder.
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    What to Eat at Momofuku Nishi, Dave Chang’s New ‘Noodle Joint’It’s Italian without being Italian, Noodle Bar without being Noodle Bar, and somehow familiar while still seeming new.
  31. What to Eat
    Sadelle’s Launches Dinner With Caviar, Candlelight, and Spicy FriedHold the bagels, bring on the blini.
  32. What to Eat
    Sadelle’s Is Now Serving LunchGet ready to try an inverted-bagel tuna melt.
  33. What to Eat
    Here Are (Almost) All of Sadelle’s PastriesThe babka is pretty amazing, but the chocolate-chip loaf may turn out to be the sleeper hit.
  34. Openings
    NYC’s All-Breakfast-Sandwich Emporium Opens“We’re not trying to compete with the corner bodega.”
  35. What to Eat
    King Bee Will Introduce New York to the Donair (Think Acadian Gyro)It will debut on the restaurant’s new brunch menu.
  36. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Nightingale 9’s New Vietnamese Brunch“Hanoi-style” omelettes, a bun cha burger, brunch pho, and more.
  37. Menu Changes
    First Look at Upland’s New BrunchYou should start your day eating spaghettini with a fried egg, roasted pepper, and bread crumbs.
  38. One of Everything
    Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong’s Impressive SpreadChef Deuki Hong trained under David Chang and Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
  39. Rise and Shine
    A Full Look at Mission Cantina’s New Vietnamese BreakfastLamb pho, duck porridge, and broken rice.
  40. Openings
    A Michelin-Starred Chef Is Now Cooking French Comfort Food at the Rebooted HappyHell yes, gratin dauphinois.
  41. Openings
    First Look at Empellon al Pastor, Now Open in the East VillageAlex Stupak has flung open the doors of his much-anticipated bar-tortilleria in the East Village.
  42. Openings
    What to Eat at Birds & Bubbles, Opening September 9There’s a lot more than just fried chicken and Champagne.
  43. What to Eat
    The Nomad Bar Will Serve Canlis Salads for Two Weeks OnlyBrian Canlis has been semi-covertly working at the restaurant since May.
  44. What to Eat
    The Nomad Bar Serves the World’s Most Luxurious Chicken Pot PieIt’s $36, and a server drops skewered foie gras inside at the table. (There’s other stuff to eat and drink, too.)
  45. What to Eat
    Underground Gourmet: 17 Cool New Things to Eat and Drink Before Labor DayCheck out our picks of some of the best new tastes of the season — eaten indoors, or out.
  46. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Claudette, Rosemary’s Provençal-Inspired SisterCarlos Suarez will open his new restaurant in the former Cru space later this week.
  47. What to Eat
    Sara Jenkins Unleashes Porchetta Banh MiThe first thing you think when you take a bite: What took so long?
  48. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Berg’n, the New Brooklyn Beer Hall Serving Tons of AmazingIf it is delicious, there is a 99 percent chance it will be served here.
  49. Openings
    What to Eat and Drink at La Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels, Opening Tonight inSmall-produced wines by the glass, and duck confit and chimichurri sandwiches, come to the neighborhood.
  50. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Black Seed, NYC’s Most Ambitious New Bagel ShopNoah Bernamoff and Matt Kliegman’s wood-fired bagel operation opens tomorrow.
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