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BarBacon

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Indie Fresh

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Social Drinks & Food

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Sullivan Street Bakery

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It’s Easy Eating Gluten Free at Oovina

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Many of us have resolved to temper our carb dependence lately, which largely translates to a staunch avoidance of gluten. Easy enough to do, nowadays, considering how many diet-savvy restaurants have quickly fallen into line. But for diners whose issues are more than waistline-related, eating out remains a tricky proposition, which is why we’re so excited about Oovina…

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The Little Pie Company

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The Press Lounge

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Hudson Hotel

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Daisy May’s BBQ USA

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Masseria dei Vini

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New York’s Best Donuts…Are in a Car Wash

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One place we’d never expect to find destination-worthy donuts in New York? How about a car wash — and we’re not talking day-old, self-serve Tim Hortons, lined up on dingy racks. Believe it or not, Scott Levine, a former Chanterelle and Il Laboratorio del Gelato alum, has set up shop inside his father-in-law’s car wash (to be specific, in a formerly unused passageway, just opposite the car wash tunnel) located just steps away from the Intrepid Air and Space Museum, along the West Side Highway.

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Authentic Isan Eats at Larb Ubol

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Cheap Thai restaurants are pretty much a dime a dozen in New York — you know, the kind that serves plates of sweet, limp Drunken Noodles and wan saucers of Red, Yellow or Green Curry, each utterly indistinguishable from the next. And the dim stretch of 9th Avenue in Hell’s Kitchen has more than its share, which makes it difficult to pick out diamonds in the rough like Larb Ubol…

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Danji

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Mexican Breakfast On-the-Go at Gotham West Market

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Gotham West Market’s newest tenant, Choza Taqueria, recently took over the small storefront vacated by Caroline Fidanza’s Little Chef. Overseen by Akhtar Nawab (who’s culturally Indian and French trained, but spent time at the helm of a succession of Mexican restaurants, such as La Esquina and La Cenita), Choza serves tasty, roadside-inspired fare well into the evening — such as Shrimp, Chicken, Lamb or Pork Tacos, Mahi Mahi Ceviche and cheesy Elote — but also offers a surprisingly sizable and diverse menu during breakfast…

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North River Lobster Company

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Esca

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Q & A with Peter Sherman of BarBacon

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Peter Sherman has worked for luminaries such as Joël Robuchon at L’Atelier de Robuchon, April Bloomfield at The Breslin, and David Bouley at Bouley. So what was the next step for the French Culinary Institute-educated, New York-born chef? Opening the city’s very first all-bacon restaurant, of course…

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The New York Beer Company

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Dish Spotting: The Bacon Flight at BarBacon

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Of all the single-concept spots that have popped up in recent years, BarBacon seems like the easiest sell of all. Because while biscuits, taquitos, and rice pudding are all perfectly delicious, none sports a catch-phrase quite as ubiquitous as “everything’s better with bacon.” Not that owner Peter Sherman takes the saying as mandate to go overboard, which is the very thing that elevates BarBacon beyond being a one-joke shtick. There are actually plenty of dishes not particularly well served by a blanket of salted pork, and Sherman’s menu is wisely confined to a lineup of tried-and-true hits…

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Kingside

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