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Miss Ada

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Little Tong’s Mixian Mixes Up NY’s Noodle Landscape

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From ramen and lo mein, to pad thai, pho, and laksa, there are endless variations of Asian-style noodles available in New York. Yet, Little Tong Noodle Shop has managed to introduce a seldom-seen species to the pasta savvy city, focusing on a Yunnanese specialty called mixian…

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Great NY Noodletown

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Nom Wah Nolita

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Restaurant Spotting: Nur

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A number of incredible New York chefs have helped distinguish Israeli food; long lumped under the label of undifferentiated Middle Eastern cuisine. And now, a Tel Aviv luminary is now serving as an extra special ambassador to the country’s native fare; opening his first stateside restaurant, Nur, in Manhattan’s Flatiron District.

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Long Island Eats Meet Manhattan Chic at Out East

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Seafood is an awfully easy sell during spring and summer; especially to city-enslaved New Yorkers, desperate for a weekend respite in the Hamptons. So although it was originally slated for January, the delay could well prove a boon to Out East — located, not in posh Montauk — but on hardscrabble Avenue A in the Village.

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Where to Eat at the Canal Street Market

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12 edible vendors comprise the Canal Street Market, paying homage to the neighborhood’s lively culinary history. Here are a handful of heavy hitters to watch out for, from a rice bowl-spinoff of Nom Wah Tea Parlor, to a fast-casual branch of Ippudo.

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A Spotlight On New York’s Best Spring Desserts

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Just as restaurants can’t wait to swap out root vegetables for ramps and asparagus come spring, they’re equally excited to drop apples and pears for delicate seasonal produce such as strawberries and rhubarb. So here are some incredible NYC sweets that absolutely scream spring; from Italienne’s marjoram custard-lined Rhubarb Gateau to Nur’s inspired yogurt and artichoke dessert (yes, really)…

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Empire Diner Rises Again Under John DeLucie

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Chelsea’s Art Deco Empire Diner has exhibited characteristic longevity (originally opened in 1946), yet has experienced considerably more fluctuation in ownership. Thankfully, you can’t keep a good greasy spoon down — or make that not so greasy, considering the current proprietor is John DeLucie, of famously posh institutions, like The Waverly Inn, The Lion…

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Nur

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Villanelle

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Chez Ma Tante

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Bubby’s Embraces the Southern Meat & Three

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25-year-old Bubby’s has long been a haven of feel-good, all-American eats, such as mac and cheese, apple pie, fried chicken and matzoh ball soup. And now, the collection of finer diners are delving even further into red, white and blue territory, by taking on the hallowed, southern-styled meat + three…

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Yellow Magnolia Cafe

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Surf Shack

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The Crown

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Jose Garces Classes Up Times Square with Ortzi

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Can Jose Garces translate his celeb-seeking mojo to NYC’s tourist-thronged Times Square, while still maintaining the polished integrity demonstrated at Battery City’s outpost of Amada? That’s the hope at the just-opened Ortzi, located in the Luma Hotel…

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