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Restaurant Spotting: Italienne

Italienne

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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“Single Concept” Trends Again with Cookie Dough and Congee

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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Julieta Ballesteros Adds Spice to the West Village with Tavo

Tavo

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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A Killer French Dip at Maison Pickle

Maison Pickle

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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The Windy City Meets the Big Apple at 4 Charles Prime Rib

4 Charles Prime Rib

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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Inside Hao Noodle & Tea: The Biggest Sleeper Hit of 2016

Hao Noodle & Tea by Madam Zhu’s Kitchen

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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How Sweet It Is: L.A.’s Sugarfish Has Landed in NYC

Sugarfish

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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El Rey Chef Takes Chinatown with Lalo

Posted on Dec 5, 2016 in Restaurant Spotting

Under Gerardo Gonzalez, El Rey emerged as one of the chicest gathering hubs on the Lower East Side. So acolytes who’ve sorely missed his breezy, healthy Cal-Mex fare since his departure last April, would be well advised to follow Gonzalez to Chinatown, where he recently resurfaced with a brand new project called Lalo…

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April Bloomfield is Spinning White Gold on the Upper West Side

Posted on Dec 2, 2016 in Hottest Newcomers, Restaurant Spotting

April Bloomfield may have released a pro-vegetable cookbook, but who’s she kidding, really? The guiding force in her career has always been meat. And she’s doubled down on her obsession big time with her newest project, White Gold, surprisingly on the Upper West Side…

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The Beekman Opens with a Bang with Augustine and Fowler & Wells

The Beekman Hotel

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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London Noodle Chain, Wagamama, Crosses the Pond to NYC

Wagamama

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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Marco Canora’s Brodo Goes Brick-and-Mortar

Posted on Nov 17, 2016 in Restaurant Spotting, Soups

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

Chumley's

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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Nordic Goes Casual at n’eat

n'eat

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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Hail to the King, a Brit-Run SoHo Bistro

King

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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With Flora Bar at the Met Breuer, The Estela Team Hastens the Rise of the Museum Restaurant

Flora Bar

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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So Meaty: Wolfgang Puck Opens an NYC Outpost of CUT

CUT NYC

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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TsuruTonTan is Serving Caviar-Crowned Udon in Union Square

Posted on Sep 26, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

Ramen has reigned supreme in NYC for some time now, but another Japanese noodle is making a serious play for attention. That would be udon — a type of fat, springy pasta formed from wheat flour — and thanks to the first U.S. outpost of TsuruTonTan, it’s finally getting its well-deserved moment in the sun…

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

Sons & Daughters of NYC

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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Drunken Dumpling Debuts Super Sized Soup Dumplings in the East Village

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Dish Spotting, Ethnic Eats, Restaurant Spotting

It’s almost soup season, so how about slurping an entire serving of broth from the savory innards of a dumpling? Most xiaolongbao (a special type of Chinese dumpling, whose meatball centers are sheathed in gelatinized soup, which liquefies when steamed) are good for a sip or two. But in the East Village, the recently opened Drunken Dumpling takes things to the next level, with their newfangled, bowl-sized “XL XLB”…

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