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Q & A with Chef Gunter Seeger

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In a time when NY’s most elite restaurateurs have defaulted to fast-casual endeavors, it’s intriguing that Atlanta’s own world-class chef — the German-born Gunter Seeger, of The Dining Room at the Ritz-Carlton and the eponymous Seeger — has chosen this moment to toss his hat into our in-flux, fine dining field, but we’re glad he did…

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A wd-50 Alum is Cooking Cut-Above Bar Food at Sons & Daughters of NYC

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Wylie Dufresne casts an awfully long culinary shadow. And yet his chef and mentee, Jon Bignelli, managed to shine during his final days at wd-50, as well as his truncated run at the short-lived Alder — taking the reigns on cutting edge dishes like rye and pastrami pasta tossed with mustard sauce, and clam chowder topped with oyster crackers (comprised of real oyster).

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Gotham Poke

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Wild Son

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The Beach at Dream Downtown

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Q & A with Untitled’s Michael Anthony

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Danny Meyer’s hospitality group tends to inspire an unprecedented amount of loyalty, which is especially evident in the case of Michael Anthony, who’s been the executive chef and driving, culinary force behind Gramercy Tavern for nearly a decade…

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The High Line

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The Pig Guy NYC

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Colicchio and Sons

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Untitled

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Bagatelle

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El Colmado Butchery

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Santina – Review

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You might say the Major Food Group is on, well, a major roll. It all started with Torrisi Italian Specialties, a deli by day, ambitious tasting menu destination by night, which redefined Italian-American cooking and then some. It was here that Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick single-handedly made red sauce joints cool again…

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The Chester

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Toro

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Scarpetta

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What to Eat at the Gansevoort Street Market

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As if the Meatpacking District didn’t have enough awesome options for dining out (including Chelsea Market & the High Line), the former food desert is now home to its own, new 7,500 square foot concessions court, called Gansevoort Street Market. More than 20 vendors will soon pack the space, from sushi to pulled pork to brioche-muffin hybrids…

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Dish & Restaurant Spotting: Cacio e Pepe Bombolone at Mulino a Vino

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There tends to be a fast and furious frenzy of restaurant openings in the fall, meaning that, invariably, a few notable spots tend to get lost in the shuffle. So in case your attention has been duly diverted by Dirty French and Marta, we’d like to direct it back to a Meatpacking District newcomer, Mulino a Vino, which quietly debuted recently in a rather under-the-radar location…

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The Standard Biergarten

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Dish Spotting: Bubby’s High Line $100 Sundae

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Come summer, who isn’t a sucker for ice cream? No, seriously. But a $100 dollar ice cream sundae? Bubby’s High Line just unveiled a new, over-the-top creation with homemade ice cream you’ll want to know the scoop on (get it, scoop?)…

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