Food & Dining
 

Everywhere to Eat and Drink in the Western Catskills

Eater NY 6/15 11:08A Richard Morgan
A view from Catskill Mountain House | Photo by: Matthew Lovette/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images Plenty of can’t-miss dining options are located just a little more than an hour...

A New Food Crawl Was Designed to Help Queens Mom-and-Pops

NYMag.com (Grub Street) 6/15 6:03A Emma Orlow
Bryan Lozano spent his formative years in Elmhurst, Queens. During the pandemic, he watched as the neighborhood — among the city’s most ethnically diverse and restaurant-worker heavy — became the epicenter of the COVID-19 crisis. While some fled...

Where to Celebrate Father’s Day in New York City

Eater NY 6/10 11:20A Eater Staff
Bar Marseille in the Rockaways | Oleg March/Bar Marseille [Official] A guide to discounted margaritas, roll-up-your-sleeve seafood boils, and other restaurant specials on Sunday, June 20 Father’s Day...

Everything You Need to Know About Eating in Restaurants Right Now

NYMag.com (Grub Street) 6/9 5:25A Rachel Sugar
Even if restaurants are fundamentally the same places they’ve always been — you sit, you eat, you pay — the pandemic altered much about the logistics of dining out in New York City. As more of us emerge from relative hibernation after a year-plus...

A Running List of Restaurants That Closed in New York City

Eater NY 6/4 7:37A Erika Adams
Teranga [Official] The Dekalb Market outpost of Teranga, neighborhood fixture Tribeca Tavern, and more restaurant closures this month More than one year after New York’s first indoor dining shutdown,...

The Best Dishes Eater Editors Ate This Week

Eater NY 6/1 6:48A Eater Staff
Ugly Baby’s new all-orange interior | Robert Sietsema/Eater NY Steamed rice rolls with crispy pork, beef jerky, and more standout dishes across New York City The amount of excellent food available in...

In Praise of Small Menus

NYMag.com (Grub Street) 6/1 6:42A Rachel Sugar
The first New York City restaurant I fell in love with served only one thing. I had not known this was a possibility. I had never encountered a restaurant that did not require me to make any decisions at all. Here is how it worked: You showed up...
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