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New York: The Road Back


The Road Back

Hospitality Is What Can Save Restaurants. But Uncertainty Is Destroying Them.

We served our last lunch before quarantine on Monday, March 17.  When we disbanded our team and said good-bye, we…

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In Chinatown, a Block of Outdoor Dining Seeks to Revive the Neighborhood

After months of empty streets, it looks and feels as though Chinatown is slowly coming back to life. You only…

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PDT’s Jeff Bell on the Future of Bars

Bars are the third spaces where we gather with a drink in hand, sometimes alone, sometimes with friends, and sometimes,…

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Wayla’s Way Forward Is All About Feeding Its Community

Not even the coronavirus pandemic could stop Wayla chef Tom Naumsuwan and his team from feeding New Yorkers for long. …

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‘New Yorkers Have Always Persevered’: Fausto Remains Focused on the Future

Chef Erin Shambura and wine director Joe Campanale joined forces to open Fausto in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn…

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How Gertie Plans to Keep Its Momentum After Its First Year

For Nate Adler and Flip Biddelman, co-owners of the hip Brooklyn restaurant Gertie, the first year was supposed to be…

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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 four months ago. As three…

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Oxalis’ Steve Wong on the Restaurant Industry’s Reinvention Conundrum

Oxalis, the neighborhood bistro in Crown Heights, is used to reinventing itself and adapting to change. 

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From Pitas to Pantries: How Miznon Is Staying Afloat

A couple of months ago, New Yorkers and visitors alike were lining up for whole roasted cauliflowers and pita sandwiches…

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An Ode to Family Meal

For people who work in restaurants, family meal — that one part of the day where the entire staff comes…

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