Author: Kathleen Squires

The RundownNew York

Everything You Need to Know About Nikutei Futago, Serving Wagyu and More in Soho

New York City has long been flush with terrific Japanese restaurants, so much so that it’s hard to choose among…


Letter of RecommendationNew York

Why Joseph Leonard Is The Quintessential Village Restaurant

The landscape of New York City has changed dramatically since I first moved here three decades ago, back when the…


The Rundown

Virginia’s Is Back — and So Is That Burger

East Villagers had good reason to mourn on Dec. 31, 2021, the last night of service at neighborhood favorite Virginia’s…


Dish By DishNew York

How Eunji Lee Masters the Art of Pastry at Lysée

Curious about the seemingly perpetual line that has suddenly appeared on E. 21st Street? No, it’s not for a pop-up…


The dishes from Dirt Candy's summer tasting menu.

Dish By DishNew York

How Dirt Candy Celebrates Summer in New York, in Five Delicious Dishes

A restaurant staying open in New York City is an extraordinary feat these days. Staying relevant and remaining revolutionary for…


The outside of Raoul's in Soho

The ClassicsNew York

As Soho’s Iconic Raoul’s Expands, a Look at What Keeps It a Classic

“Without atmosphere, a painting is nothing,” Rembrandt once said. Some would say the same about a signature dish at a…