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They’re launching a crowdfunding campaign for Gage and Tollner, where the late Edna Lewis once cooked. Read more

Where worth-the-wait pizza and red-sauce Italian meet excellent pho, unusual ramen, and some of the city’s most spectacular multiregional Thai. Read more

Plus Atlantic turbot, English peas, hollandaise, and yes, the Brooklyn Bridge. Read more

With Playground Coffee Shop, Zenat Begum wants to take back some space for the people being pushed out of Bed-Stuy. Read more

It’s our weekly ranking of the city’s most important restaurants. Read more

Chinchakriya Un wanted to host pop-up dinners. First, she had to learn to cook the food. Read more

At least we had two years to relish it. Read more

“I doubt we can put the microchip on the tongue or in the esophagus,” says Major League Eating president Rich Shea. Read more

Grimm Artisanal Ales finally goes brick-and-mortar this weekend, but don’t expect the couple behind the brewery to stop pushing beer’s boundaries. Read more

Bernie’s specializes in sizzling hot baked clams, cold Martinis, and zero pretense. Read more

A Nathan’s hot dog isn’t Brooklyn’s only iconic beach eat. Read more

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