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NYC’s Best On-the-Go Breakfasts

Posted on Mar 21, 2017 in Best Of, Breakfast

While it’s said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, it’s often an afterthought for on-the-go New Yorkers. Thankfully, the city is saturated with quick-service eateries, whose free-range egg sandwiches, house-crafted sausages, and freshly baked pastries are just as convenient. From Black Seed to White Gold Butchers to Daily Provisions & more…

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Danny Meyer Taps the Commuter Crowd with Daily Provisions

Daily Provisions

Posted on Jan 5, 2017 in Best Of, Winter Eats

Post-holiday season can be awfully dreary. That’s why we rely on restaurants to see us through the hump; because in the hands of chefs like Dan Kluger, Jared Sippel and Casey Lane, even parsnips, sprouts and celery root seem positively festive!

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Where to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2017

Posted on Mar 13, 2017 in Holiday Eats, St. Patrick's Day

There’s nothing especially glamorous about meat-and-potatoes Irish fare, with its gravy-soaked portions and lusterless palette of brown, tan and white. Yet, those homely qualities are precisely what makes it so appealing, and why St. Patrick’s Day (celebrated this Friday) proves a welcome vehicle to push it to the culinary forefront. So hoist a pint of Guinness and a hunk of soda bread instead, at The Breslin, The Dead Rabbit and more…

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A Look at Doughnut Project’s Inspired, Deep-Fried Creations

Posted on Mar 10, 2017 in Best Of, Dessert, Dish Spotting

The once innocuous doughnut has proved an innovation generator throughout NYC nowadays, from Doughnut Plant’s Ripple (a doughnut within a doughnut within a doughnut), to Dough’s Lemon Meringue Pie (double dessert hybrid) to Dominique Ansel’s oft imitated Cronut. And the West Village’s Doughnut Project has raised the stakes still further, with their clever collaborative chef series…

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Spring Restaurant Preview 2017

Posted on Mar 7, 2017 in Best Of, Hottest Newcomers, Reviews, Spring Restaurant Preview, Spring Restaurant Preview

As if glorious weather wasn’t reason enough to adore spring, it happens to be the prime season for high profile restaurant debuts too. So turn the promise of longer days into an excuse to pack your schedule with a series of dining trips, at upcoming ventures from Enrique Olvera, April Bloomfield and yes, even Jose Andres…

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Forget Tenderloin and Chicken Breast: These Are NYC’s Tastiest Alternate Proteins

Posted on Feb 27, 2017 in Alternative Meats, Best Of

The average restaurant diner’s palate has really evolved and expanded over the years, meaning that chefs feel emboldened to branch out beyond pork chops, chicken breast and steak. So if you’re looking to chow down on some other white (or red) meats, check out the awesome, alternate proteins at spots like Le Coucou, Aska and more!

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Guide to New York Beer Week 2017

Posted on Feb 15, 2017 in Beer Bars, Eating Events

Whether you’re a fanatical homebrewer or just a sometime imbiber, who wouldn’t want to lose themselves in the bottom of a pint glass for nine straight days? Thanks to New York Beer Week — an annual, out-out celebration of suds — there’s an opportunity to do just that, through tap takeovers, festivals, pairing dinners and more…

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Where to Dine Solo (and Love It) on Valentine’s Day and Beyond

Posted on Jan 5, 2017 in Best Of, Winter Eats

Post-holiday season can be awfully dreary. That’s why we rely on restaurants to see us through the hump; because in the hands of chefs like Dan Kluger, Jared Sippel and Casey Lane, even parsnips, sprouts and celery root seem positively festive!

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Seasonal Eats: Pomegranates

Posted on Feb 8, 2017 in Seasonal Eats, Winter Eats

Most of us are thoroughly familiar with pomegranate seeds and juice, but how often have you actually come across a whole, seemingly impenetrable fruit? Wrapped in a thick, fibrous skin, the ruby, grapefruit-sized orbs barely betray the supple lushness inside. Here’s everything you need to know on how to peel them, eat them & where to get the best renditions dining out in NYC…

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Brush Off The Ban, By Embracing NYC’s Middle Eastern (and African) Restaurants

Posted on Jan 5, 2017 in Best Of, Winter Eats

Post-holiday season can be awfully dreary. That’s why we rely on restaurants to see us through the hump; because in the hands of chefs like Dan Kluger, Jared Sippel and Casey Lane, even parsnips, sprouts and celery root seem positively festive!

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Death by Chocolate: The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Dessert Guide

Posted on Feb 1, 2017 in Best Of, Dessert, Valentine's Day

Thanks to Valentine’s Day, chocolate is February’s signature sweet; yet it’s integrity has been somewhat sullied by heart-shaped boxes of (mostly corn syrup and cocoa butter) confections. So if you’re going to let diet resolutions go, you might as well hone in on the good stuff, from the Amadei Chocolate Budino at Leuca, to Hearth’s Chocolate Pudding…

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The Best Super Bowl Grub in NYC

Posted on Jan 31, 2017 in Best Of, Super Bowl Eats

Instead of placing bets on the outcome of the actual game, we’re prepping for Super Bowl Sunday by handicapping catering packages instead! We’ve got your guide on what to order in this Sunday! From Root n’ Bone’s fried chicken buckets to a deli bundle courtesy of Katz’s, Mission Chinese & more…

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Valentine’s Day 2017 Gift Guide

Posted on Jan 26, 2017 in Best Of, Valentine's Day

It’s easy to get stuck in a gift rut on Valentine’s Day. That’s why we’re supplying six, elegant variations on the expected chocolate and flowers routine! From actual edible roses to bottles of DIY sparkling wine, dessert tours & more…

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Valentine’s Day Dining Guide 2017

Posted on Jan 23, 2017 in Best Of, Valentine's Day

A Valentine’s Day dinner booking is probably the most important restaurant reservation you’ll make all year. It’s a battle royale to score seats at the city’s sexiest, most critically-acclaimed spots. So if you don’t want to be relegated to the doghouse this holiday, time to make your move on sought-after tables at Le Coucou, Contra and more…

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Where to Dine During Chinese New Year 2017

Posted on Jan 19, 2017 in Best Of, Chinese Restaurants, Eating Events

According to the Chinese Lunar calendar, the New Year — which just happens to be the Year of the Rooster — doesn’t really begin until January 28th. So if you want to hedge your bets for longevity, prosperity, family togetherness and happiness in the coming months (and goodness knows, we all need it), consider feasting on spring rolls, dumplings and noodles at the following observant spots…

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Make Sandwich is Set to Dominate NYC’s Fast-Casual Scene

Make Sandwich

Posted on Jan 5, 2017 in Best Of, Winter Eats

Post-holiday season can be awfully dreary. That’s why we rely on restaurants to see us through the hump; because in the hands of chefs like Dan Kluger, Jared Sippel and Casey Lane, even parsnips, sprouts and celery root seem positively festive!

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Where to Dine During Winter Restaurant Week 2017

Posted on Jan 17, 2017 in Best Of, Restaurant Week

There isn’t generally a whole lot to get pumped about come cold, holiday-devoid January, which makes NYC’s Winter Restaurant Week such a welcome change of pace. From Andrew Carmellini’s Leuca to HIgh Street on Hudson, Quality Eats & more goodies this way…

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The Most Warming Winter Cocktails in NYC

Posted on Jan 10, 2017 in Best Of, Cocktails, Winter Eats

Hot chocolate and cider aren’t the only means of getting warm during winter. At New York bars and restaurants, you’ll discover cocktails calibrated to snuggle you from the inside out; from Tavo’s activated charcoal and smoked maple “Black Widow,” to Nishi’s scotch, honey and ginger-based “Penicillin.”

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Seasonal Eats: Beets

Posted on Jan 6, 2017 in Seasonal Eats, Winter Eats

While we understand the instinctive childhood aversion (often extending to adulthood) to vegetables like broccoli and brussels sprouts, it’s harder to process the problem with beets. So here’s just a few, delicious reasons to rethink this winter root veggie! From the loaded & Baked Beet at Union Square Cafe to Gran Electrica’s Beet Cocktail & more…

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Dreamy Winter Dishes in NYC

Posted on Jan 5, 2017 in Best Of, Winter Eats

Post-holiday season can be awfully dreary. That’s why we rely on restaurants to see us through the hump; because in the hands of chefs like Dan Kluger, Jared Sippel and Casey Lane, even parsnips, sprouts and celery root seem positively festive!

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