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Porsena

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GG’s

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Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria

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Zucker Bakery

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The Third Man

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Maharlika

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Westville

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Momofuku Noodle Bar

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Xi’an Famous Foods

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Prune

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Upstate Craft Beer & Oyster Bar

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Root & Bone

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Please Pass the Pintxos at Huertas

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Tapas have been trending in a major way for some time now, making “shareable small bites” a fixture on menus all over New York, no matter the cuisine. But Huertas, a new Basque restaurant in the East Village, goes straight to the source of the craze, focusing on the diminutive Spanish snacks known as pintxos…

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Dirt Candy

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Golden Cadillac

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Q & A with Momofuku Milk Bar’s Christina Tosi

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It takes more to become a James Beard award winner (and one of the nation’s best known pastry chefs), than just pedestrian red velvet cupcakes and ho-hum chocolate chips. In fact, well before Dominique Ansel’s Cronut had taken New York by storm, Momofuku Milk Bar’s Christina Tosi had already introduced her own series of game-changing sweets to the culinary canon, like Cereal Milk, Compost Cookies and Crack Pie…

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The Black Ant

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Get Your Caffeine Fix with Yerba Mate

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Looking for a jitter-free alternative to your daily cup(s) of coffee? Try mate, a tea-like beverage made from the leaves of the South American holly plant yerba mate. This national drink of Uruguay and Argentina is loved for the clean energy boost it provides…

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Joe and Misses Doe

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Try This: Slovak Dumplings, Two Ways

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You may be familiar with spaetzle, the Central European egg dumpling found on menus at popular New York Austrian restaurants like Edi & the Wolf and Blaue Gans, but does the name halusky ring a bell? Restaurant Girl samples this lesser-known Slovak cousin to spaetzle at East Village eatery Korzo Haus.

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