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Brodo

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Marco Canora’s Brodo Goes Brick-and-Mortar

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A long list of decidedly unsexy foodstuffs — from seaweed to quinoa to brussels sprouts —have been very much on trend in recent years. But they’re positively sultry when compared to bone broth; largely associated with invalids and other intestinally distressed patients on liquid diets. Enter Marco Canora’s Brodo

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Chumley’s Returns to the West Village

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It’s rare for a restaurant to get a new lease on life. And in today’s exceedingly fickle (not to mention prohibitively expensive) industry, even decades of accrued customer sentimentality isn’t enough to keep the doors open. Which makes the story of Chumley’s especially unusual…

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Casa Apicii

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Gunther Seeger

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Berimbau do Brasil

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Ladybird

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Tapestry

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Tacombi Bleeker

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Wallflower’s Foie Gras Bagel Will Make You Rethink The Schmear

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A bagel and schmear is the consummate NYC breakfast, but what if you replaced the expected cream cheese with a river of whipped foie gras? Not something you could order at the corner deli, to be sure, although you will find it during brunch at the West Village charmer, Wallflower…

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Sockerbit

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Mah-Ze-Dahr

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High Street on Hudson

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Chomp Chomp

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Piora

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Q & A with High Street on Hudson’s Baker, Alex Bois

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Philly has frequently been heralded as one of America’s hot, upcoming dining hubs. And a great deal of the credit goes to Alex Bois, the James Beard award nominated baker behind High Street on Market.

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Upholstery Store Food and Wine

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Health-Conscious Cafe Clover is Ideal for Ladies (and Gents) Who Lunch

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It’s surprising it took Café Clover as long as it did to expand beyond dinner; considering the restaurant is practically custom-made for ladies who lunch. Not that, in today’s increasingly health-conscious society, the eatery is in any way geared towards females, but designed to fit seamlessly into anyone’s fitness-focused lifestyle, with each dish vetted and approved by a board-certified nutritionist…

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Market Table

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A New Start for Neta

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Nick Kim and Jimmy Lau helped make Neta a star in the city’s already stacked sushi circuit, bringing their staggeringly high-end restaurant experience (at Masa and Bar Masa, respectively) to bear. But when the pair departed last year, to open their own, equally elite kaiseki spot, Shuko, it left Neta in a potentially awkward position — should they stay the course with $50 morsels of caviar-dotted toro, without the firepower of their two sushi celebrities, or find a way to set themselves apart?

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