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  1. brick and mortar
    A Brooklyn Café That Said No More InfluencersDae, a Carroll Gardens café and home-goods shop, has taken the drastic step of banning photos and videos.
  2. the approval matrix
    We Enjoy All WeatherOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  3. the grub street diet
    Blonde Redhead’s Kazu Makino Seeks Out the Quality Fruit“This grapefruit looked like a grandma, so wrinkly, and it tasted like gold.”
  4. best in class
    18 of the Very Best Water BottlesAlways be hydrating.
  5. groceries
    How Dan Barber Helped Invent a New OnionSweet Garleek is just what it sounds like.
  6. encounter
    Molly Baz Built a Recipe Empire on Morty-D and Cae Sal“It’s like I’m trying to sell me, not just my recipes.”
  7. the year i ate new york
    Why Does So Much ‘Korean’ Fine Dining Still Feel So French?Our diner-at-large goes looking for food that escapes the contradiction of cosmopolitanism.
  8. openings
    Destination Shawarma on St. Marks, FinallySpice Brothers and “the art of building the perfect spit.”
  9. impossible tables
    A Seat at Torrisi? It’s Easier Than You Think.But whatever you do, don’t leave.
  10. guides
    Where to Eat in OctoberThe best restaurants for right now.
  11. ask a cool person
    The Best Hot Sauces According to Cooks and Recipe DevelopersHot, not-so-hot, and everything (zingy, tingly, crunchy, herbaceous) in between.
  12. the grub street diet
    Dwight Garner Always Has a Muffuletta in the Freezer“I’ve loved nearly every muffuletta I’ve ever had, but these are special.”
  13. The Standard Grill Returns to Its RootsExecutive Chef Dan Silverman returns this fall.
  14. restaurant review
    Sartiano’s Is a Members-Mostly ClubOur restaurant critic finds caviar, calamari and a Kardashian at Scott Sartiano’s Soho Italian joint.
  15. the underground gourmet
    Forget Whipped Cream — Where’s the Olive Oil?A good idea has become ubiquitous.
  16. outings
    Dave Portnoy’s Sausage FestA rain-soaked afternoon eating pizza with the Stoolies.
  17. trendlet
    When Did Cabbage Get So Sexy?Chefs are wrapping it around all sorts of wonderful things.
  18. the approval matrix
    The Sun Sets on WFHOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  19. the grub street diet’s Anna B. Albury Likes a Long Sunday Lunch“Dessert served as a great excuse to extend the afternoon into a round of dominoes.”
  20. the year i ate new york
    Greenpoint Versus GreenpointCan a quickly changing neighborhood learn to coexist with itself?
  21. gallery
    The Off-Kilter Beauty of NYC’s Shabby, Singular StorefrontsAnd the photographers who have made a life’s work of documenting them.
  22. report
    The Spanker of Shelter IslandResidents and out-of-towners saw Marie Eiffel berate her bakery employees. But they were surprised when she was sued for human trafficking.
  23. the underground gourmet
    The City’s Best Injera Is in GreenpointBersi’s bread is fresh, supple, and dark with teff.
  24. openings
    The Original Scarr’s Pizza Is Now a Sushi CounterSushi Oku opened this weekend. Good luck getting a seat.
  25. the grub street diet
    Hua Hsu Orders the Special“It was a sheet of hash browns folded over cheese and bacon, resting on heirloom tomatoes and a fried egg.”
  26. closings
    Contra Is Set to CloseChefs Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske will shutter their tasting room next month.
  27. noises
    NYC Is Fully Back Because Restaurants Are Loud AgainAccording to former mayor Michael Bloomberg, anyway.
  28. the hottest club of 2004
    40/40, 20 Years LaterHow Jay-Z blurred the lines between club, sports bar, and restaurant.
  29. best in class
    30 of the Very Best Drinking GlassesDozens of interior designers and service-industry professionals weigh in on their favorite glasses for water, juice, iced tea, or something stronger.
  30. the underground gourmet
    Is That Restaurant Gonna Suck?If you know what to look for, red flags are everywhere.
  31. q&a
    Super Taste Was Set to Close, Until the Owner’s Son Took OverNow, the Chinatown noodle staple has expanded uptown.
  32. headaches
    The Day Square Went DownRestaurants and customers were forced to scramble when credit cards no longer worked.
  33. the approval matrix
    All of Us DoppelgangersOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  34. introductions
    Who’s the New Guy? Meet Our Restaurant Critic, Matthew SchneierA quick conversation on what to expect from his upcoming reviews.
  35. restaurant review
    Libertine Is New York’s Bistro du JourOur new critic lands a near-impossible reservation.
  36. the grub street diet
    Chef JJ Johnson Likes to Experiment With Breakfast“The papaya was spectacular.”
  37. openings
    Thai Delivery Hit Little Grenjai Opens in Bed-StuyWith Chiang Mai Chi dogs, Krapow smashburgers, and more.
  38. guides
    The Best Bar Crawl in New York, According to Karen CheeGossip, get drunk, and then plan a heist at Attaboy.
  39. the year i ate new york
    Erté, Lichtenstein, and Pastrami BLTsAn afternoon at New York’s premiere art gallery-slash-delicatessen
  40. drinks
    Who Is Drinking All These Honey Deuces?For the two weeks surrounding Labor Day, no drink in New York is more important.
  41. trends
    Where Did All the Chefs Go?Restaurants are opening without any big names behind the pass.
  42. fall preview 2023
    Maison Premiere Will Expand to Manhattan This FallTigre will be a party.
  43. fall preview 2023
    The Old Pearl Oyster Bar Will Become Something Completely NewFigure Eight is unlike any other restaurant.
  44. impossible tables
    Is Claud Still the City’s Most Mobbed Wine Bar?Our impossible-tables correspondent heads to the East Village prepared to wait.
  45. fall preview 2023
    Cafe Spaghetti Will Get a Sibling in OctoberChef Sal Lamboglia gets set to open Swoony’s.
  46. the underground gourmet
    Where to Eat, East of Flushing, at 1:30 a.m.Hongdae Pocha is a late-night paradise.
  47. fall preview 2023
    The Dhamaka Team Will Go Filipino at NaksThe group behind the city’s most exciting Indian restaurants is expanding beyond the subcontinent.
  48. grub guides
    What to Eat and Drink at the U.S. OpenYes, there is tennis, but there are also pulled-pork sliders.
  49. fall preview 2023
    Gabriel Stulman and April Bloomfield Will Open Sailor in SeptemberThe duo lands in Brooklyn with design from Ralph Lauren’s longtime creative director.
  50. the approval matrix
    End-of-Summertime SadnessOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
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