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A few dishes from La Brasserie

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The Timeless Joy of French Restaurants

I’m seated in the far-right corner booth of the recently opened La Brasserie on a particularly gray late afternoon in…

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With Lord’s, the Dame Team Is Finally Opening the Restaurant They Always Dreamed Of

The space at Lord’s is big. Much bigger in comparison to Dame, the wildly successful and popular British seafood restaurant Patricia…

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At Red Hook Tavern, the Burger Is the Boss

William Durney is the owner of Red Hook Tavern, the popular Brooklyn homage to New York tavern culture. And Bun…

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Meet Vicki Freeman, the New York Restaurateur Who Deserves Your Attention

“Is there anything else you’d like to share about her?” “The one thing I will say is that she should…

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Inside Attaboy

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The Speakeasy Is Dead. Long Live the Speakeasy

This summer, you don’t necessarily have to step through a fabled phone booth to drink cocktails at PDT, one of…

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On Edna Lewis, and Finding Your Own Path as a Southern Black Woman

To celebrate the launch of her latest book, Watermelon & Red Birds — the first cookbook to celebrate Juneteenth —…

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Dinner Party in Fort Greene Breaks Many of the Rules — and That’s a Good Thing

Cami Jetta has many ways to describe Dinner Party, a project she launched a year ago in Fort Greene, Brooklyn:…

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Al Coro Is Here At Last. Can It Really Rewrite the Rules of Fine Dining?

There are few restaurant spaces in New York City that command the same sense of awe as the dining room…

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A diner helps herself to pasta during Rosemary's 10th anniversary party.

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An Ode to Rosemary’s, By Those Who Love It Best

When you think of a neighborhood restaurant, Rosemary’s comes as close to the definition as possible. For the past 10…

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Once Upon a Time in New York: The Story of Sami & Susu

The setting is Sami & Susu, a small restaurant hidden along Orchard Street in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. It’s midday, just…

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