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Xi’an Famous Foods

  1. the underground gourmet digest
    The Underground Gourmet’s Year-End DigestThe best new comfort food we ate in 2020.
  2. cooking
    Can Meal Kits Keep Us Connected to Restaurants, and Each Other?Once-shunned, meal kits have taken on new importance in the age of coronavirus.
  3. the grub street diet
    Xi’an Famous Foods’ Jason Wang Craves Spicy Nuggets and Roast Duck“The sauce is where it’s at.”
  4. trendlet
    8 Pasta Kits Even a Pasta Granny Could Get BehindSplitting the difference between a romantic night out and ripping open a box of De Cecco.
  5. uncertain futures
    Flushing’s Great Golden Shopping Mall Is Closing for ‘Renovations’The Queens food destination helped launch places like Xi’An Famous Foods and Tianjin Dumpling House.
  6. cheap eats 2018
    A Guide to the East Village’s Booming ‘Chinatown North’Charting the neighborhood’s Yunnanese, Hunanese, and more.
  7. Coming Soon
    Xi’an Famous Foods Will Open Its Biggest Location Yet in the Shadow of theOwner Jason Wang is planning two open kitchens.
  8. grub guides
    The Thrill of the Chill: 11 Places to Get Cold Noodles in the Summer HeatAll ranked on a scale of one to five, with five being the frostiest.
  9. Reopenings
    Xi’an Famous Foods on St. Marks Finally Reopens SundayIt’s been closed since March.
  10. The Grub Street Diet
    Singer Eric Hutchinson Celebrates His Album Release With Babbo’s Pasta and“This is why I can’t have nice things at home or on my backstage rider. I’ll just sit there and compulsively finish it.”
  11. Lists
    Dominique Ansel, Jason Wang Named Crain’s ‘40 UnderThis year’s bumper crop of achievers includes the Cronut man himself.
  12. Almost Famous
    Xi’an Famous Foods Opening UES Shop, Looking to Expand in BrooklynJason Wang has big plans.
  13. Grub Guides
    Hunker Down: 15 Restaurant Dishes That Will Last You Through the Next SnowstormShort ribs, fried rice, and all the important sandwich fixings.
  14. Leftovers
    Wine Lunch at the Breslin; Lunar New Year Dinner With Pok Pok and Xi’anPlus: T-45 opens, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  15. Delivery
    Xi’an Famous Foods Launches Delivery of Cold Dishes Throughout ManhattanSpicy and tingly lamb-face salad may be next.
  16. Leftovers
    Union Square Holiday Market Returns Next Week; Bitters at BetonyPlus: Luke’s Lobster’s winter menu, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  17. Empire Building
    Xi’an Famous Foods Runs on Secret SpicesJason Wang’s dad still makes it at home, every day.
  18. Opening Soon
    Expansion News: Patsy’s Pizzeria and Xi’an Famous Foods Opening NewXi’an’s coming to midtown, and Pasty’s to Queens.
  19. Pig Heads
    Trendlet: Animal Heads Make Their Way to the PlateFrom crispy-pig-face night at Marc Forgione to veal-head barbacoa at Perla.
  20. Openings
    Xi’an Famous Foods Will Open Biang! on SundayThe restaurant is named for the sound the noodles make when they’re being pulled and whacked against a counter.
  21. Hollah
    More Details on Xi’an Famous Foods’ Sit-Down RestaurantOpening on Main Street in Flushing next month!
  22. Recipes for Success
    Side of Business Savvy With Your Noodles?How Xi’an Famous Foods keeps it real.
  23. Openings
    Xi’an Famous Foods Opens in ‘Old Chinatown’ SaturdayWith 40 seats!
  24. Empire Building
    Everything’s Coming Up ChineseA look at all the Chinese food that’s trending in New York right now.
  25. Empire Building
    Why’s the UWS Suddenly the Place for Spinoff Restaurants?Luke’s Lobster, Ditch Plains, and now, Cascabel.
  26. Neighborhood Watch
    Beer and Wine Come to Salumè; Jacques Torres Expands to Rock CenterPlus: a vegetarian food festival, discounted gift cards at Xi’an Famous Foods, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  27. Empire Building
    Xi’an Famous Foods Looking to Board the Williamsburg BandwagonThe Meatball Shop, ‘intoeca, Crif Dogs, and now this — is every popular Lower Manhattan eatery planning a branch in the ‘burg?
  28. Freebies
    Free Burgers!At the Burger Shoppe and X’ian Famous Foods.
  29. Openings
    X’ian Famous Foods Brings Lamb Face to East VillageThe Chinese favorite will open a store on St. Marks Place.
  30. Lists
    No. 1–10 ChineseA new list of the city’s top Chinese restaurants.
  31. Lists
    Is L.A. the Country’s Best Food Scene, and Does Vancouver Have theTwo debates rage on.
  32. What to Eat
    Clear Your Sinuses With Hot-Oil NoodlesThe Flushing-based Xi’an Famous Foods brings its cure to Chinatown.