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Tugboat fries topped with barbecue pork, Cheddar, and jalapeños.

This Wednesday, New York gains yet another promising seasonal restaurant: Brooklyn Barge, which boasts a restaurant, a bar, and a waterfront activity  Read more

No more.

The Papaya family of cheap hot dogs and tropical drinks keeps shrinking in Manhattan. This weekend, the Theater District Papaya Dog closed without warning, reportedly dismantled by employees overnight,  Read more

Dry-aged prime rib eye, koji, tosazu sauce.

To enter Karasu, you walk into Walter’s, go through the restaurant, and head to a door in the back — similar to another beloved  Read more

Dry-aged prime rib eye, koji, tosazu sauce.

To enter Karasu, you walk into Walter’s, go through the restaurant, and head to a door in the back — similar to another beloved  Read more

Welcome to Grub Street’s weekly survey of the most-talked-about, must-visit restaurants in New York City. The list below features spots both new and old ranked according to one important, ever-fluctuating  Read more

Welcome to Grub Street’s weekly survey of the most-talked-about, must-visit restaurants in New York City. The list below features spots both new and old ranked according to one important, ever-fluctuating  Read more

Banana split.

Husband-and-wife chef team Hisham and Sohla El-Waylly met in class at the Culinary Institute of America and went on to independently cook at some of New York’s top restaurants,  Read more

A Manhattan variation at August Laura called the Coop.

Carroll Gardens has long been one of New York’s Italian-American strongholds, a heritage that’s maintained by enduring establishments like Caputo’s Fine Foods  Read more

Danler at Buvette, where she waited tables while writing her book.

Like many writers, Stephanie Danler has also held more than a few restaurant gigs, working in well-regarded places like Tía  Read more

The “Heritage” design.

Because Taco Bell’s “biggest food creation yet” — the Quesalupa it debuted in February — appears to be an unmitigated failure, the chain’s back with another exciting new  Read more

A rendering of the rooftop beer garden.

So far, so good for Mayor de Blasio’s plan to turn the Brooklyn Navy Yard into a culinary hot spot. Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Brewery has  Read more

Is New York’s food scene too homogenous?

Last summer I had the distinct privilege of being thrown in Sicilian jail for an altercation I had, over a plate of arancini, with  Read more

Is New York’s food scene too homogenous?

Last summer I had the distinct privilege of being thrown in Sicilian jail for an altercation I had, over a plate of arancini, with  Read more

“I make blondies for my kids’ school, and I have to taste, of course.”

These days, chef Alex Raij juggles four restaurants (El Quinto Pino, Txikito, La Vara, and her newest,  Read more

Thirsty?

Brewing beer with oysters is today a somewhat lesser known way of adding flavor to suds, but it’s been done in oyster-loving, beer-drinking places like Ireland for almost a century.  Read more

A mural outside Spring Lounge in Nolita, one of the city’s best dive bars.

Nearly every second of my free time over the past few months has been spent sitting in  Read more

Delaware and Hudson’s schnitz und gnepp.

Schnitz und gnepp is one of those dishes that tastes as good as it sounds. The Pennsylvania Dutch specialty of ham and dumplings mingled with  Read more

There will be cocktails made with Kings County Distillery whiskeys.

Kings County Distillery has a new destination for your summer nights. Fresh off of winning three major awards, including being named  Read more

Maman is one of her neighborhood favorites.

As the co-owner of the jewelry line Dannijo, Danielle Snyder’s job involves a mix of schmoozing and actual crafting. That sometimes means she needs  Read more

Roberta’s will have a DJ and mariachi music, as well as beer and tequila specials.

If you’re just realizing that it’s Cinco de Mayo today and you have no plans to  Read more

“They’re excited about food. I love that about America.”

Margot Henderson is one of London’s most influential chefs: She turned an old-school bike shed in Shoreditch into Rochelle Canteen, a beloved  Read more

Suzanne Goin took home this year’s award for Outstanding Chef.

Tonight, the James Beard Foundation whittled down its list of finalists and honored America’s top culinary talent. Some notable winners: Shaya  Read more

Congrats!

Tonight, the James Beard Foundation whittled down its list of finalists and honored America’s top culinary talent. Some notable winners: Shaya for Best New Restaurant, Maison Premiere for Outstanding Bar  Read more

A whipped “cream” topping that’s actually made with chickpea water, sugar, and vinegar.

When chef John Fraser was opening his vegetarian restaurant Nix earlier this year, he gave his pastry chef  Read more

A whipped “cream” topping that’s actually made with chickpea water, sugar, and vinegar.

When chef John Fraser was opening his vegetarian restaurant Nix earlier this year, he gave his pastry chef  Read more

Pizza that tastes like the box is the worst, but flip that around and you’ve got yourself a divine act. Sean Berthiaume, co-owner of Vinnie’s, the same pizzeria that invented  Read more

Pizza that tastes like the box is the worst, but flip that around and you’ve got yourself a divine act. Sean Berthiaume, co-owner of Vinnie’s, the same pizzeria that invented  Read more

Welcome to Grub Street’s weekly survey of the most-talked-about, must-visit restaurants in New York City. The list below features spots both new and old ranked according to one important, ever-fluctuating  Read more

Hang time at Nowadays.

It’s getting to be a great time of year, when it’s warm enough to sit outside but not so hot that you’d rather be in the comfort  Read more

Hang time at Nowadays.

It’s getting to be a great time of year, when it’s warm enough to sit outside but not so hot that you’d rather be in the comfort  Read more

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