Tag Archive for Manhattan

Another New York Diner Turns Off the Grill, a Victim of Rising Rents

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Source: NY Times Food

Cup & Saucer is closing after more than 70 years in Lower Manhattan, the latest sign that the days of the classic city diner may be numbered.

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The Absolute Best Brunch in New York

Source: Grub Street NY

In thousands of years, historians may regard modern brunch as the terminal stage of a soft civilization in decline. Now, however, there is no more important social meal, which is less about sustenance and more about making a declaration of leisure. Within brunch, of course, are many subgenres: the …

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Is Manhattan’s Newest Dim-Sum Hot Spot Really Worth a 3-Hour Wait?

Source: Grub Street NY

Once you’ve worked your way to the front of the ridiculously long cyberline — we left a name at 10 a.m. on a Saturday morning, went back to the apartment to do the laundry and have a short premeal nap, then returned for lunch two and a half hours later …

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Pete Wells: Sahib, in Curry Hill, Lets You Eat All Over India

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Source: NY Times Food

2 stars | The menu darts from Kashmir to South India and beyond at the newest restaurant from the prolific Hemant Mathur (with help from Shiva Natarajan).

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Off the Menu: Daily Provisions Opens Next to Union Square Cafe

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Source: NY Times Food

Also, a new spot from Roberto Deiaco of Armani Ristorante, chefs on the move and more restaurant news.

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Restaurant Review: White Gold Butchers Slices to the Point: Meats Cooked Simply

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Source: NY Times Food

2 stars | Tucked into their butcher shop, April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman’s latest restaurant is ample reason for an Upper West Side trek.

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Pete Wells: Glimpses of a Gilded Past at Fowler & Wells

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Source: NY Times Food

2 stars | Tom Colicchio’s new restaurant in a restored 1883 hotel aims for the opulence of a bygone era, but it sometimes loses focus.

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Hungry City: The Sound and Fury of Handmade Dough at Very Fresh Noodles

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Source: NY Times Food

A northwestern China specialty is drawing crowds, sometimes demanding, to a stall in Chelsea Market.

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Pete Wells: Making Way for the Tried and True at Cut by Wolfgang Puck

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Source: NY Times Food

1 star | The celebrity chef’s New York debut features steaks and a slightly outdated notion of glamour.

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Pete Wells: The Top 10 New York Dishes of 2016

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Source: NY Times Food

From a slab of roast beef to frozen yogurt, Pete Wells picks the most memorable things he ate this year.

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Pete Wells: Top New York Restaurants of 2016

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Source: NY Times Food

Our critic counts down his favorites among the new places he reviewed this year.

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Hungry City: The Top 10 Cheap (and Well-Traveled) Places to Eat in 2016

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Source: NY Times Food

Our Hungry City critic picks the favorite restaurants she visited this year in New York’s rich global bazaar.

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Hungry City: Sichuan Dry Pot, from Subtle to Scorching, at MaLa Project

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Source: NY Times Food

This East Village restaurant leaves it up to you to mix and match ingredients and seasonings.

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Pete Wells: Thai Food Strikes Out in a Fresh Direction at Fish Cheeks

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Source: NY Times Food

1 star | A new restaurant in NoHo focuses on seafood and intense flavors.

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Pete Wells: TsuruTonTan, a Japanese Chain That Knows Its Noodles

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Source: NY Times Food

1 star | Specialists in long, slippery udon noodles are rare in New York. A new one, off Union Square, makes its own.

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