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Ducks Eatery

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King Bee

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Ninth Ward

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Jewel Bako

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Shockingly Good Vegan Eats at Avant Garden

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Considering seminal bar owner Ravi DeRossi’s especially indulgent projects, like Death & Co. & Mayahuel, you’d hardly finger him to eventually open a refined, vegan restaurant. And yet, that’s precisely what he did this past fall, launching the critically-acclaimed Avant Garden…

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In Vino

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Bara

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Oiji

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The Eddy

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Timna

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Huertas

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Inside the Arepa Factory: An Ode to Venezuelan Corn Cakes

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It’s easy to look at the one-month-old Arepa Factory as a direct challenge to Caracas, now that they’re positioned mere blocks away from each other in the food-blessed East Village. But if multiple spots can peddle pizza in the very same place, why should it be any different for arepas?

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Bruno

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Uniquely Updated Jewish Deli Fare at Harry & Ida’s

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If the critically-lauded Harry & Ida’s is any indication, classic Jewish deli fare is ripe for reinvention, with pastrami topped with rounds of buttermilk-fermented cucumber, dried into jerky, or transformed into juicy, shitake mayo-slicked hot dogs…

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Truly Innovative Thai Food at Ngam

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Thai restaurants tend to fall into two camps — there’s highly Americanized spots, and resolvedly authentic eateries, featuring searingly spicy chili peppers and potentially challenging proteins. But Ngam in the East Village takes a playful and tasty approach, injecting complex, regional Thai dishes with a bit of American cheek…

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Restaurant Spotting: Superiority Complex

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If you thought the mayhem surrounding Fuku was insane — in the form of up-to-the-minute reports on lines wrapping around 1st Ave. — it can’t hold a candle to the commotion surrounding Superiority Burger and its killer veggie burgers…

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Timna Takes Israeli Cuisine to the Next Level

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From Thai and Korean to Filipino and Chinese, Asian cuisine of all sorts has been trending hard for years now. But we predict that in 2016, we’re going to see Israeli fare get lots and lots of love. Just think about the popularity of places like Balaboosta and Breads Bakery, the burgeoning shakshuka craze, the prevalence of harissa, and most especially, brand new restaurants like Timna…

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Cafe Katja

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The Box Kite Team is Flying High at Bruno

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If the duo behind Box Kite — the acclaimed tasting room situated in a St. Marks Street coffee shop — could work culinary magic in a 300-square foot space, it’s little surprise that they’ve achieved super-sized success at their newest venture, Bruno…

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