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This Kentucky Restaurant and Bakery Serves Up Second Chances for People in Recovery
Robert Touchton had struggled with addiction since he was 15 years old. It started with marijuana, then he moved on to alcohol, painkillers, Xanax, cocaine, and ecstasy. "There was no ...
November 19, 2019
Fighting Child Hunger, One Plate of Pasta at a Time
Sir Bruno Serato came to the United States with just $200 in his pocket, without speaking a word ...
November 9, 2019
Why MissKOREA’s Korean Comfort Food Is the Perfect Cold-Weather Cure
The three rows on the platter stand in stark contrast: glistening slices of pork belly, with clear layers ...
October 31, 2019
At Il Fiorista, the De Benedettis Dream in Florals
Ask Mario and Alessandra De Benedetti about flowers, and they'll talk enthusiastically, and at length, about everything from ...
October 10, 2019
McDonald’s ‘Juicier’ Quarter Pounder Sends Sales Soaring 30 Percent in Past Year
McDonald's recent decision to serve fresh meat in its quarter pound burgers has paid off, with sales significantly ...
June 26, 2019
Good France Festival Offers a Taste of Provence
The international food festival Gout de France/Good France returns to New York this year, with events that celebrate ...
March 21, 2019
Europe’s First Underwater Restaurant Opens in Norway
BALY, Norway—Europe's first underwater restaurant opened in Norway on March 20 with more than 7,000 customers booked to ...
March 21, 2019
At City Tamale in the Bronx, Tamales Fuel a Community
It can be difficult to find authentic Mexican cuisine in the United States, but it does exist if ...
March 13, 2019
A Chef’s Journey: Taking Oxalis From Pop-Up to Brick and Mortar
Opening a restaurant is an arduous task, particularly if it's the first one. This young chef honed his ...
February 20, 2019
Feast on All-You-Can-Eat Sushi and Sides, at Flushing’s Golden Sushi
At 74 years old, with nearly half of them spent as a chef, Pong Song Oh could be ...
February 5, 2019
Patsy’s Italian Restaurant: A Family Legacy 75 Years in the Making
Restaurants in New York City come and go. For one to hold firm for years, much less for ...
January 9, 2019
Baking With a Humble Heart at B. Patisserie
When I ask Belinda Leong about her special granola, her face lights up. “Want me to get some? ...
December 11, 2018
At Suzuki, the Art of Kaiseki Delights the Eyes and Stomach Alike
Each dish is a masterpiece in miniature. Slices of sashimi gleam in a lacquered tray. Salmon temari-zushi and ...
November 7, 2018
Behind Porto’s, California’s Legendary Cuban Bakery: A Family and Their American Dream
BUENA PARK, Calif.—At Porto’s Bakery in Buena Park, the lines look a lot like the ones at Knott’s ...
November 6, 2018
A Korean Meal Is the Ultimate Social Event
A Korean meal is by definition a social event. Just take a look at the multitude of side ...
October 29, 2018
A Taste of the Joseon Dynasty at missKOREA
It takes a good restaurant for New Yorkers to want to stand in line—especially in Koreatown, which overflows with ...
October 29, 2018
New All-Day Eatery Brings Traditional Greek Cuisine to Midtown Manhattan
Fournos Theophilos, billed as an all-day “Greek culinary destination,” has opened in Midtown Manhattan. Helmed by Athens-born chefs ...
October 10, 2018
Washington, D.C. Gets Its First Michelin Three-Star Restaurant
Michelin has begun releasing the 2019 U.S. editions of its famed restaurant guides, starting with the nation’s capital. ...
September 27, 2018
At Mesón Sevilla, the Tapas are Timeless
In Manhattan’s Theater District, a tapas pioneer has remained a stronghold of traditional Spanish cuisine for 30 years. ...
September 22, 2018
Reviving a Century-Old Classic
In Manhattan’s Chinatown, a foodie paradise brimming with scrumptious noodles and mouthwatering dumplings, perhaps no establishment is as ...
September 21, 2018
San Diego’s Little Italy Food Hall
SAN DIEGO—The popularity of food halls continues. San Diego’s second, Little Italy Food Hall, just opened, adjacent to ...
July 30, 2018
Korean-Inspired, All-Day Restaurant Opens in Tribeca
A new Korean-inspired, all-day restaurant—coffee shop by day, cocktail lounge by night—has opened in Tribeca, led by the ...
July 25, 2018
Cantucci: A Slice of Tuscany in Jersey City
JERSEY CITY, N.J.—When husband and wife Simone Bertini and Teresa Villi moved from Prato, Tuscany to the U.S., ...
July 18, 2018
Chef Jonathan Benno Opens New Trattoria, Bakery and Cafe in Manhattan
Chef Jonathan Benno, of Per Se and Lincoln Ristorante fame, has opened two new Roman-inspired eateries, Leonelli Taberna ...
July 10, 2018
Kish-Kash Brings Authentic, Handmade Couscous to NYC
Boxed couscous has no place at Kish-Kash, a newly opened West Village couscous bar by chef Einat Admony ...
July 4, 2018
Regina’s Grocery Serves Up a Family Tree of Italian Sandwiches
At Italian-American deli Regina's Grocery, each sandwich is a little different. Uncle Jimmy is big and fiery. Grandma ...
August 17, 2017
Wowfulls Brings Authentic Hong Kong Egg Waffles to New York
At this Lower East Side ice cream shop, scoops are served with a twist—nestled into warm, golden-crisp egg ...
August 3, 2017
Majority of Americans Support Freedom to Practice Religion Without Government Interference, Study Finds
Trump Awards Medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss and Others
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White House Official: Trump Wants Senate Impeachment Trial, Expects Biden to Testify
Trump Signs Short-Term Spending Bill to Avert Government Shutdown
Why Is the Chinese Regime Afraid of Shen Yun?
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Church Review Boards Often Protect Clergy Over Victims, Report Says
After Weeks of Hearings, Impeachment Evidence Still Limited to Hearsay and Presumptions