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Nami Nori Continues to Evolve, As Seen Through Five New Dishes on Its New Brooklyn Menu

It would’ve been easy to simply copy and paste. When you’re opening the second location of a restaurant as popular as…

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How Rangoon’s Myo Moe Evokes Burmese Nostalgia, Through Five Dishes

In a city that’s home to at least 156 cuisines, and infinitesimal regional differences therein, Burmese food has remained something of…

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How To Treat Yourself at New York’s LittleMad, In Four Dishes

In a tiny little nook of a restaurant parked on Madison Avenue, the kitchen likes to make things … madder. Sorry,…

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How Sarashina Horii Exalts Their Prized White Soba, as Seen In Five Dishes

It took 232 years for the historic Japanese soba shop Sarashina Horii — lauded for its rarefied white soba noodles…

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What Double Chicken Please’s Bar Back Menu Is All About, Through Five Dishes

Is it a Taiwanese chicken sandwich shop, a speakeasy small plates restaurant, or one of the city’s best and most…

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Sixty Three Clinton's Samuel Clonts, left, and Raymond Trinh. // Photo courtesy of Sixty Three Clinton; other photography by Giada Paoloni

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Samuel Clonts and Ray Trinh’s Accessible Fine Dining at Sixty Three Clinton, As Seen Through Five Dishes

Samuel Clonts and Raymond Trinh go way back. The two met as high schoolers in Arizona, working together at the…

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