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InterviewsLos Angeles

How Salt’s Cure Became L.A.’s Quintessential Breakfast Joint

Salt’s Cure has been a fixture in Los Angeles’ breakfast scene for over a decade, beloved for its house-cured meats…

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Cafe Spaghetti chef-owner Sal Lamboglia with his father.

Chef FeaturesNew York

With Brooklyn’s Cafe Spaghetti, Sal Lamboglia Comes Home

It’s friends and family night at Cafe Spaghetti, a new restaurant that opened in Brooklyn’s Carroll Gardens neighborhood on May…

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Resy SpotlightLos Angeles

An Oral History of Dear John’s, and Its Limited-Time Comeback

Named after the late golden age actor Johnny Harlowe — its original proprietor — Dear John’s  opened in 1962, was famously…

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InterviewsMiami

Mario Carbone on Carbone Beach and Miami’s Historic Formula One Weekend

Since opening in 2021, Carbone Miami has been one of the city’s toughest reservations, and with Formula One roaring into…

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InterviewsNew York

Balthazar Is Turning 25. Keith McNally Has … Thoughts.

Balthazar reaches the quarter-century mark this week, and having created one of New York’s most iconic restaurants, Keith McNally has…

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InterviewsLondon

At Apricity, Chantelle Nicholson Centres Conscious Dining ⁠— And Spreads Joy

“It’s now or never,” says chef and restaurateur Chantelle Nicholson of her quietly radical new ‘circular restaurant’ Apricity. By which,…

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InterviewsSan Francisco

Crystal Wahpepah Wants to Showcase Indigenous American Cuisine and Ingredients

Among the many deserving Bay Area nominees for this year’s James Beard Foundation awards, perhaps none is as notable as…

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InterviewsLos Angeles

David Rosoff Is Back in Silver Lake With Bar Moruno (But That’s Not All)

To say that David Rosoff is a seasoned operator in the Los Angeles restaurant scene would be doing the man…

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Resy SpotlightNew York

At Edith’s Eatery & Grocery in Brooklyn, Elyssa Heller Kibitzes Like Bubbe Would

In the summer of 2020, Elyssa Heller launched Edith’s, a bagel pop-up out of Paulie Gee’s pizzeria in Greenpoint, Brooklyn,…

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InterviewsAtlanta

Why Fellows Cafe Is Exactly Where You Want to Be On a Saturday Morning

In a small yellow house, tucked away on a quiet street in historic Roswell, sits Fellows Cafe. Each seat inside…

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