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Q & A with Maple’s Founder Caleb Merkl

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26% of Americans order takeout at least once a week, which is why, in just the last year or so, innovative young companies have flooded the space, hoping to push the boundaries of food delivery well beyond cheap and greasy pepperoni pizza & chicken chow fun. And chief amongst them is Maple, partially financed by none other than Momofuku’s David Chang…

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The Dead Rabbit

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Bavaria Bierhaus

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Inside Hudson Eats at Brookfield Place

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Granted, New York is not your average city. And Hudson Eats, a 30,000 square foot complex on the second floor of Brookfield Place (formerly the World Financial Center) is definitely not your average food court. What’s that you say? Sprinkles, Black Seed Bagel, Umami Burger all under one roof?

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Delmonico’s

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Stella Manhattan Bistro

Cuisine: | Featured in Best Of

Located near the Financial District, Stella is the perfect (and convenient) spot to roll into after work for a couple of drinks or a bite to eat (or both).  The atmosphere is sleek, yet relaxed, making it a great spot to unwind after a long day cooped up at the office.  So loosen your tie and settle in at one of the bar tables in the lounge area.  The menu is a unique and eccentric mix of  French, Argentinian, and Asian food, but it’s all finger food-friendly and definitely better than your average bar bites.  Where else can you order a Croque Monsieur with smoked ham and gruyere while your buddy gets the classic fish and chips with homemade tartar sauce?  Even the burger guy in the group with be satisfied when he gets the Stella-R burger topped with goat cheese. ...

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The Libertine

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British pub grub altered – for the worse – for the American palate. 15 Gold St., (212) 785-5950. Lunch: Mon.-Fri., 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Dinner: Mon.-Thurs., 5:30-10:30 p.m.; Fri., 5:30-11; Sat.-Sun., 6-10. Brunch: Sat.-Sun., 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. CUISINE: Brit comfort food VIBE: Think private men’s club. OCCASION: Business lunch, group dinner DON’T-MISS DISHES: Lamb potpie, hazelnut chocolate trifle AVERAGE PRICE: Appetizers, $14; entrees, $25; dessert, $10 RESERVATIONS: Accepted I’m all for whimsy and chefs who play with my food. After all, it’s just food. I’m game for a gimmick – as long as it tastes good. A Kobe-beef pig in a blanket? I can’t argue with that. Sliders? Overplayed, yes. But in the right hands, sliders can be worth a month-long wait for a table. Case in point: the gravy-smothered meatball sliders at the Little Owl. Apple pie with cheddar...

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