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Meet the Chef Helping to Build a Culture of Inclusion at New York’s Tatiana

Danisia “Chef D” Anderson, sous chef at New York’s critically acclaimed Tatiana, By Kwame Onuwachi, never expected to be a…

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Love Letters

A Love Letter to Bed-Stuy, and the Restaurants That Make New York Home

Fifteen years ago, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, was a different place. There was no Shake Shack outpost as you emerged from the…

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Resy Spotlight

In New York, Hana Makgeolli’s Alice Jun Is Building a Homegrown Sool Empire on Her Own Terms


In the back room of Hana Makgeolli in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, it’s mostly silent, with rice wine quietly fermenting in large…

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Andrew Carmellini Is Out to Prove Fine Dining Is Anything But Over

A celebrated chef with sought-after restaurants all over the U.S., Andrew Carmellini knows how to create dining concepts that resonate…

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Interviews

Karen DeMasco Rejoins Gramercy Tavern — This Time as the Executive Pastry Chef

Since the start of the pandemic, restaurants with pastry chefs on staff have become a rare breed in New York…

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Six Ways That Momofuku Ko Forever Changed American Dining

Momofuku Ko was not David Chang’s first successful restaurant in New York City, nor is it his most anthemic. Those…

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Interviews

How Ella Schmidt Built Maite Into a Cross-Cultural Queer Haven

Ella Schmidt designed Maite as a refuge for anyone. In 2015, after years spent cooking at restaurants ranging from the…

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Eight Moments That Changed Spanish Cuisine in New York

For decades, Spanish food in New York was mediocre and monolithic, replete with generic tapas and parboiled-rice paella. The braised…

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The Artist Jake Clark Has Many Muses, and They’re All Classic Restaurants

The artist Jake Clark is known for his colorful ceramic tributes to the classic restaurants of New York, Los Angeles,…

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Resy Spotlight

Dhamaka and Its Relentless, Unapologetic, and Very Necessary Pursuit

In the past two years since it opened in February 2021, Dhamaka is the relatively newer New York restaurant I…

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