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Breakfast Without Borders: Café Sabarsky Serves a Viennese Coffeehouse Style Breakfast
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Breakfast Without Borders: Café Sabarsky Serves a Viennese Coffeehouse Style Breakfast

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Spending a lazy morning at Café Sabarsky feels like you’re lounging at a Viennese coffeehouse. The café located inside the Neue Galerie is decked out...
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Birds of a Feather Brings the Heat to Williamsburg
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Birds of a Feather Brings the Heat to Williamsburg

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NEW YORK—In my experience with Sichuanese restaurants in New York, I often leave feeling like my mouth has been scorched and burned. And while the extreme...
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Patacon Pisao Spices Up the Sandwich Format
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Patacon Pisao Spices Up the Sandwich Format

By  •  3 weeks ago

As Venezuela falls into deeper economic and social turmoil, Jonathan Hernandez tries to make sense of the crisis in his homeland. He is the owner...
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The Musket Room: A Slice of New Zealand in SoHo
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The Musket Room: A Slice of New Zealand in SoHo

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New Zealand is a remote land, but the country’s cuisine draws from the traditions of many cultures. “There are no rules,” said chef Matt Lambert...
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Kitchen Arts & Letters Opens Outpost at Park South Hotel
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Kitchen Arts & Letters Opens Outpost at Park South Hotel

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Epicurean bookstore Kitchen Arts & Letters, which carries over 12,000 books from around the world, is taking up residence at the Park South Hotel library...
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Singing Praises of Vegetables at Villanelle
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Singing Praises of Vegetables at Villanelle

By  •  2 months ago

How is it that a dish can capture the feeling of spring so vividly? Sugar snap peas—sliced perpendicularly into small rings—are tossed with mint, Thai...
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A Love Letter to Sicily at Piccola Cucina Estiatorio
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A Love Letter to Sicily at Piccola Cucina Estiatorio

By  •  2 months ago

Nautical ropes hang from the ceilings like drapery. Here and there are photos of seaside scenes: sailboats adrift and men working with fishing nets. And...
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The Wooly Public: A Playful Throwback to New York’s Past
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The Wooly Public: A Playful Throwback to New York’s Past

By  •  3 months ago

The dining room recalls the New York of yore, romanticized in many a classic movie but rarely experienced by the modern New Yorker. Swanky and...
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Breakfast Without Borders: A Dream of a Croissant at Ceci Cela
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Breakfast Without Borders: A Dream of a Croissant at Ceci Cela

By  •  4 months ago

Perhaps it’s only natural that French pastry chef Laurent Dupal would wax poetic about eating a croissant. “When they are warm and right out of...
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A Story Behind Every Dish at Rider in Brooklyn
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A Story Behind Every Dish at Rider in Brooklyn

By  •  4 months ago

From rhyming ingredients to riffs on classics, what inspires Rider’s Patrick Connolly A good artist can take inspiration from anywhere. For chef Patrick Connolly, anything...
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