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The Road Back

Winona’s Opened Mid-Pandemic. Being Flexible Became Its Identity.

You could argue that Winona’s is not a traditional restaurant, but then again, what does it mean to be a…

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The Road Back

At Jolene, Gabriel Stulman Can’t Wait to Build the New York of Tomorrow

Throughout the course of the pandemic, New York City restaurateur Gabriel Stulman has publicly and nationally advocated for industry-wide financial…

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The Road Back

My Regulars Brought Me Back to the Restaurant Industry

Hong Thaimee’s restaurant Ngam, later known as Thaimee Table, was a beloved fixture in New York City’s East Village for…

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Resy Spotlight

At Nami Nori, Takeout Is In the Details

You would’ve been hard-pressed to simply waltz in and snag a table at Nami Nori in February 2020. As three…

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Interviews

On Restaurants, Strikes, and the Industry’s Future: A Conversation with Gabrielle Hamilton

Among the artifacts that will someday form the historical view of the COVID-19 pandemic is Gabrielle Hamilton’s April 2020 New…

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Chef Features

Don’t Worry, New York: Anthony Mangieri’s Pizza Will Be Back Soon. (But He’s Not Leaving Jersey)

These days, one of America’s most celebrated pizzaioli can be found sleeping on the floor. Sometimes in his business partner’s…

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Restaurant Diaries

For Restaurants (and Parents), a Year of Purgatory

In May, Sakura Yagi, the chief operating officer of T.I.C. Japanese Restaurant Group, wrote about the heartbreaking sacrifice she made…

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The Road Back

Pandemic Pop-Ups Are Changing How We Dine — For the Better

Like many of us, chef Amy Yi had big plans this year. She’d just left her job of the past…

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Chinatown USA

Hunan Slurp Is Telegraphing the Tastes of Home, Now More Than Ever

Hunan Slurp first opened in Manhattan’s East Village in 2018 as a cure for homesickness. Especially after a year like…

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Chinatown USA

46 Mott’s Patrick Mock Just Wants to Keep Chinatown Alive

Patrick Mock spends most of his days doing everything he can to keep alive 46 Mott, his Cantonese-style bakery. The coronavirus…

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