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Brooklyn Kolache Co

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The Flying Pig

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Daily Provisions

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Danny Meyer Taps the Commuter Crowd with Daily Provisions

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Danny Meyer appeals to a younger, more on-the-go crowd with Daily Provisions, an early-rising bakery and coffee shop with awesome soups, sandwiches and fresh baked breads, a side piece to the tony Union Square Café…

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Trend Spotting: Gruel is Cool

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Until very recently, porridge has conjured up exclusively dreary, Oliver Twist images. Yet seemingly suddenly, gruel is the epitome of cool everywhere from ABCv to Chinese Tuxedo, Claus Meyer and more…

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KazuNori — The Original Hand Roll Bar — Comes to NYC

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If the lines have lessened at Sugarfish, that can only mean one thing — patrons have transferred allegiance to its little sibling, KazuNori. Also an L.A. import, the wildly popular eatery applies the low cost, high quality sushi theme specifically to hand rolls; cylinders of nori wrapped around cones of fish and rice…

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Butcher Block

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Finnegan’s Wake

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Lillie’s

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Peter McManus Cafe

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The Late Late

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

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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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Inside AbcV: Jean-Georges Rhapsodic Ode to Vegetables

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It seems Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s AbcV just missed inclusion on our Restaurant Preview list yet again; having finally debuted after three solid years of anticipation! Carving out still another corner of Flatiron’s ABC Carpet & Home, it ably advances a recurring ABC theme by constructing a menu entirely around vegetables…

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Unico Taco is Suvir Saran’s Passage to India (Via Mexico)

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You wouldn’t immediately associate Suvir Saran with tacos. Yet the celebrated toque has branched out in more ways than one this month; unexpectedly migrating to an outer borough (Queens), and turning his attention to tortillas, at the playful, fast-casual Unico Tacos.

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Ikinari Brings Its “Standing Steakhouse” Concept to New York

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We tend to think New York is at the cutting edge of all things food, but we still can’t hold a candle to Japan when it comes to quirky innovation. That’s why we’ve continued to import some of their kookiest concepts; from ramen spots to the newly minted stand-up steakhouse Ikinari, which landed in the East Village this past week…

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The Wooly Public is an Elite Social Club for the Masses

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Can’t get into The Wooly? Check out their new restaurant for the people, Wooly Public, which features drinks from a Mayahuel vet and old time New York bar bites via a Maison Premiere alum. Sounds legit, no?

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MaLa Project

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White Gold

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Aska

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Hanoi House Elevates St. Mark’s Street’s Asian Food Scene

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St. Mark’s street has long been a haven for cheap and quick Asian food of all sorts; a mecca for NYU students in search of affordable, filling dinners, or late night, alcohol-absorbing snacks. Yet its myriad holes-in-the-wall have rarely qualified as dining destinations unto themselves — making the just-opened Hanoi House a rather unique, exciting bird for New Yorkers at-large…

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