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Hungry City: Around the World in an Evening at the Queens Night Market

New York has other open-air food bazaars, but none to match the thrills and surprises at this one.

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Pete Wells: At Don Peppe, Expect a Lot of Everything

1 star | The hallowed Italian-American restaurant is near the airport and the racetrack in Queens, but it’s in a world of its own.

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Hungry City: In Tama’s No-Frills Space, the Filipino Food Is Anything But

At a new restaurant in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, every dish comes with a careful presentation, and a story.

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Hungry City: At Bep Ga in Chinatown, It All Begins With Chicken

The restaurant, all two tables of it, is wholly devoted to the bird — poaching it first in a hot bath of ginger, then slipping it into the steamer.

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    Hungry City: Around the World in an Evening at the Queens Night Market

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    Pete Wells: At Don Peppe, Expect a Lot of Everything

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    Hungry City: In Tama’s No-Frills Space, the Filipino Food Is Anything But

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    Hungry City: At Bep Ga in Chinatown, It All Begins With Chicken

Media Maven Hillary Kerr Feasts on Red Sauce in L.A.

Source: Grub Street NY

As the co-founder of Clique Media Group — the parent company behind Who What Wear, Byrdie, MyDomaine, Obsessee, and College Fashionista — Hillary Kerr has been on a mission to democratize and modernize the fashion industry since starting her company in 2006. (She just launched a …

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Bites: In Miami, Working Fresh Local Ingredients Into Indian Dishes

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Source: NY Times Food

At Ghee Indian Kitchen, which opened in May, Niven Patel highlights his Gujarati roots while featuring food grown on his nearby farm.

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The Pour: 20 Wines Under $20: The Savory Side of Rosé

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Source: NY Times Food

The best rosés hide among the annual deluge of fashionable summer wines. Seek them out and find a delicious reward.

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‘Pizzagate’ Shooter Is Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison

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Source: Grub Street NY

The North Carolina man who drove up to Comet Ping Pong on the edge of D.C. so he could check out a rumor that the family-oriented pizzeria was harboring a child sex ring run by Hillary Clinton was sentenced today to four years in prison. That’s essentially the exact …

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See the Snazzy Renderings for DaDong, China’s High-Profile Roast Duck Chain

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Source: Eater NY

The Bryant Park outpost of the Michelin-starred restaurant opens this year | One of the most anticipated openings of the year will likely be the first U.S. location of DaDong, a roast duck chain in China that’s known for delivering one of the best versions of the classic Beijing dish — and now, some renderings of the bi-level space in Bryant Park are out. The chain, which has multiple locations with Michelin stars, is not opening the New York outpost until mid- to late-December, according to chef and owner Dong Zhenxiang, but the drawings of the dining room …

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Where to Find Great Taiwanese Food in NYC

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Source: Eater NY

Noodles, pork chops, bento boxes, and bubble tea | Gradually, Taiwanese food is becoming more prominent. While a decade ago there were only a few restaurants in NYC identified with the cuisine, now there are dozens. The menus offer an eclectic mix of regional Chinese fare, plus, for geographic and historical reasons, dishes showing Japanese, Korean, American, European, and Southeast Asian influences. The traditional menu is a grab bag of culinary wonders, favoring pork chops, chicken with basil, elliptical rice cakes, crisp tempura, hearty noodle soups, oyster omelets, and pickled mustard greens in varying roles. But Taiwanese food is being remade …

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Ikea Admits That a Couple of Its Serving Bowls Might Catch Food on Fire

Source: Grub Street NY

Ikea says it’s investigating a claim that its Blanda Blank — a rather innocuous-looking $4 serving bowl — has the ability to set things on fire. A Swedish man claims he was in the yard eating grapes out of his bowl this weekend when he smelled smoke and thought …

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Brooklyn’s Newest Outdoor Bar Features Breezy Cocktails and First-rate Tacos

Source: Grub Street NY

When the owners of Gowanus performance space Littlefield, Julie Kim and Scott Koshnoodi, were given the boot by their now former landlord, they decided to find a new home in the neighborhood. But when they set out to search, they found an old printing warehouse with a 4,000-square-foot outdoor …

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George Clooney’s Tequila Company Sold for Up to $1 Billion

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Source: NY Times Food

Casamigos, which the actor founded with the entertainment impresario Rande Gerber, drew the attention of the spirits giant Diageo.

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Colonial-Themed West Village Restaurant Monument Lane Closes After Six Years

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Source: Eater NY

The new American restaurant was filled with historical themes | Monument Lane — a West Village new American restaurant with Colonial-inspired decorhas closed its doors after about six years. Restaurateur Josh Früm opened the Colonial-themed restaurant at 103 Greenwich Avenue in 2011. It was named after former name of the corner, a road that New Yorkers used to go from the city to the countryside in the 1700 and 1800s. Chefs at the restaurant changed, but it maintained a seasonal menu of dishes like roasted trout with broccoli rabe and roasted chicken. A Times review of the restaurant

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Here’s How an Exploding Whipped-Cream Dispenser Can Kill You

Source: Grub Street NY

A popular French fitness model has died after being hit by an exploding whipped-cream dispenser. The horrifying accident occurred on Saturday, when the pressurized canister Rebecca Burger was using at home blew up and collided with her chest, sending her into cardiac arrest. (Her family waited until yesterday …

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Hungry City: Around the World in an Evening at the Queens Night Market

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Source: NY Times Food

New York has other open-air food bazaars, but none to match the thrills and surprises at this one.

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What’s a Semi-Cheap Restaurant in Downtown Brooklyn for a Carnivore and a Dairy-Free Date?

Source: Eater NY

For a meal before a movie at BAM | Welcome to Ask Eater, a column from Eater New York where the site’s editors, reporters, and critics answer specific or baffling restaurant requests from readers and friends. A new question and answer will run every Thursday. Have a question for us? Submit your question in this form.

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Changheads Have Been Lining Up for Momofuku Nike Sneakers Since 6:30 A.M.

Source: Eater NY

David Chang-designed high tops are in high demand | New Yorkers just can’t get enough David Chang. Case in point: The line for his limited edition Momofuku-branded Nike sneakers is dozens of people long and started at 6:30 a.m. even though doors didn’t open until 10 a.m. Rumor has it that one person even got there at 11:30 p.m. last night. Eater editor Sonia Chopra got in line at 7:45 a.m. and was number 37 in a queue of people stretching a full block long and 100 feet around the corner. During her wait, Dunkin’ Donuts treats were handed …

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Daniel Humm Went Majorly Geeky for the EMP Summer House Lobster Boil

Source: Eater NY

The secret is in the mix | It wasn’t until a few years ago, “during a trip to harvest salt in Amagansett,” that Swiss-born chef Daniel Humm of Eleven Madison Park had his first lobster boil — and now he’s making his own at EMP Summer House, the Hamptons pop-up he’s opening with Will Guidara this weekend. “At first I was sitting out there, and I’m like wow, wouldn’t it be cool if we could at Eleven Madison, one of the courses we just dump food and that’s your course,” he says. The detail is part of Newsday’s paywalled …

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