NYC Dining

Art Exhibit: Duet of Art and Food

Duet Brasserie, in the West Village. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)
Duet Brasserie, in the West Village. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

Internationally acclaimed artist Anya Rubin, whose work is being shown at the Second International Biennial of Art in Palermo, Italy, will show highlights of her...

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    Super Bowl XLIX Top 10 Beer Picks—You’ve Got to Try These

    The Super Bowl is upon us. Don’t drink something mundane and predictable. With the current beer renaissance, there’s never been a better time to find... Read more

  • Chicken wings. (Courtesy of the Institute of Culinary Education)

    Super Bowl Snacks With Style

    Not sure where to start to prepare for the Super Bowl? Check out these recipes. 1. Perfect Chicken WingsChef James Briscione, Institute of Culinary Education... Read more

  • Chocolate Infinity Pie. (Courtesy of Grand Central Life & Style)

    Chocolate-Covered Katie: A World of Healthy Desserts

    For some, dessert is an occasional treat, decadent and rich. For others, like Katie Higgins, dessert is an everyday affair. No, scratch that: it is... Read more

  • Salmagundi: A Celebration of Salads From Around the World” by Sally Butcher.

    Salad, a State of Mind

    Now more than any other time of the year, conscience battles with comfort. Holiday eating and drinking excesses might call for restraint and a healthier... Read more

  • Farrotto With Acorn Squash and Red Russian Kale. (Excerpted from Heritage by Sean Brock (Artisan Books). Copyright © 2014. Photographs by Peter Frank Edwards.)

    Dishes to Get You Through the Winter—in 10 Delicious Ways

    Winter, even with its frigid temperatures and punishing winds, brings its own comforts. Bears may slumber for months, but our rhythm is different. Cooks conjure... Read more

  • Burrata. (Courtesy of August)

    August Moves Uptown

    West Village eatery August has found a new home on the Upper East Side. Chef Josh Eden’s menu features favorites from the original location as... Read more

  • Salmon Lovers sushi box. (Courtesy of Sushi Shop)

    Sushi Shop Expands to UWS and Flatiron

    Sushi Shop, which specializes in fast casual sushi including grab-and-go sushi at lunchtime, will open six new locations in New York City in 2015. These... Read more

  • Seared Sea Scallops. (Courtesy of Lincoln Square Steak)

    A Classic Steakhouse for the Upper West Side

    Spacious steakhouse Lincoln Square Steak has recently opened on the Upper West Side. In a setting reminiscent of the ’60s, the steakhouse offers dry-aged steaks... Read more

  • A malvasia vineyard on the island of Salina, Italy. (Manos Angelakis)

    Malvasia, a Grape Variety With Ancient Roots

    Malvasia is one of the grape varieties extensively planted in most of the countries bordering the Mediterranean. There are numerous clones of the basic malvasia... Read more

  • Striped bass with celery root puree. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Bright and Hearty Fare at Trattoria Bianca

    Chef Julian Clauss-Ehlers has traveled the world, cooking at five Michelin-starred restaurants in Europe, including La Côte St. Jacques and Les Prés d’Eugénie in France... Read more

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    SD26’s Fifth Anniversary Bash on Jan. 20

    Tony and Marisa May, the father and daughter duo behind SD26, are celebrating the restaurant’s fifth anniversary with an affair to remember. The party on... Read more

  • (Courtesy of The Rink at Rockefeller Center)

    New Year’s Fun at The Rink at Rockefeller Center

    If you can’t get away for ski season, there is always skating in town. At The Rink at Rockefeller Center, you can go for a... Read more

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    Cooper’s Craft & Kitchen Comes to Chelsea

    Cooper’s Craft & Kitchen, whose original location is in the East Village, has opened a second location in Chelsea. This 118-person gastropub with an emphasis... Read more

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    SRO, a Pizza Speakeasy, Opens on the Bowery

    SRO stands for Singular Room Occupancy, and it is where world-champion pizzaiolo Giulio Adriani exercises his trade. You can try his pizza—as long as you... Read more

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    A Healthful Focus at Café Clover

    Café Clover opened earlier this week in the West Village. The new spot is focused on health. The menu from executive chef David Standridge includes... Read more

  • French Lentil Salad. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead)

    A Simple, Healthy Lentil Salad Tastes Anything But

    When I was in high school, my parents took my sisters and me to Paris. That trip shaped me in so many ways, most of... Read more