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New York City Culinary Tour de France

New York City Culinary Tour de France March 31, 2011 | Food | Read More
St. Germain des Prés - Cefé Le Procope New York City can be a haven for foodies. In recent years, the culinary scene has boomed with food bloggers and celebrity chefs popping up in countless press mentions, influencing our every dining decision. Though many cuisines have changed to adapt to new kinds...

Valentine’s Date Splurge: Joseph Leonard

Valentine’s Date Splurge: Joseph Leonard February 14, 2011 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
Sure, you can show off your love in dollar signs and fancy meals any time of the year but Valentine’s Day is the day to go all out for that special someone. With New York City as your playground, there are no limits to what you can do and where you can go. But if you’re looking to sweep someone...

Four-Star Restaurants (According to the New York Times)

Four-Star Restaurants (According to the New York Times) October 7, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
Only seven restaurants in New York City boast the top rating from the New York Times: four stars. Foodie and media types were abuzz last week as a new one joined that illustrious list. Times restaurant critic Sam Sifton bestowed the coveted rating on Del Posto, the highest-budget offering from Mario...

Opening in NYC: Eataly

Opening in NYC: Eataly August 23, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
New Yorkers are famous for their avoidance of cooking. Some order take-out every night of the week; still others use their ovens to store their sweaters. After giving the city a whole list of ways to avoid cooking (including Babbo, Lupa, Otto and Del Posto, among other great restaurants) the Croc-loving...

Summer Restaurant Week…Extended!

Summer Restaurant Week…Extended! July 31, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
New York City may have some of the best restaurants in the world–and it’s certainly got one of the most diverse dining scenes–but it’s not always easy to eat out and not break the bank. For that reason, I get excited when Restaurant Week—that all-too-brief time when a bunch...

Supermarket Sweep: Gourmet Garage

Supermarket Sweep: Gourmet Garage July 8, 2010 | Food, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
If you’re looking for super-size supermarkets, you won’t find many in New York City (and especially not in Manhattan). Space is at a premium, and many grocery stores in this city have aisles barely wide enough to push your cart along. But if you’re looking for a good supermarket where...

Summer Shopping at the Brooklyn Flea

Summer Shopping at the Brooklyn Flea July 1, 2010 | Food, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
It seems like summer is racing by, but there’s still plenty of time to enjoy one of the season’s most enjoyable weekend activities: a stroll through the Brooklyn Flea. Every Saturday (outdoors in Fort Greene, Brooklyn) and Sunday (indoors at nearby One Hanson, at Flatbush Avenue), the Flea...

$5 Vietnamese Sandwich Lunch

$5 Vietnamese Sandwich Lunch June 25, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
The southeast corner of Broome and Mott streets in Chinatown is a tight intersection that packs a big punch. Saigon Vietnamese Sandwich Deli, like many restaurants in Chinatown, has a loyal band of followers and is easy to miss if you blink too hard. If you’re a Saigon Sandwich first timer, just look...

Lobster Roll Roundup

Lobster Roll Roundup June 17, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
For the perfect summer lunch, you can’t beat a lobster roll. New York City may not exactly be New England, but it’s got its fair share of places where you can enjoy delectable lobster rolls, each with their own spin on the classic formula (soft buttery bread, mayo and melt-in-your-mouth chunks...

Eat Lunch for Less Than $5: Prosperity Dumpling

Eat Lunch for Less Than $5: Prosperity Dumpling June 10, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
It wasn’t the best day—chilly, windy and rainy, in June!—to be wandering around Chinatown, but I was in search of the best lunch $5 or less can buy in New York City, so I huddled under my umbrella and forged ahead. There it was—an unassuming storefront on Eldridge Street, marked with a bright...
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