Food & Dining
 

Tracking the Smoky Rise of Charred, Wood-Fired Food in NYC

Eater NY 1/21 10:14A Juliet Izon
The wood-fired oven at Peasant. | Michael Condran/Peasant From a cozy Brooklyn neighborhood hangout in Gowanus to glitzy Manhattan West restaurants, wood-fired ovens and grills have taken over the...

APHIS smuggling unit finds prohibited pork in New York City

Food Safety News 1/18 5:06P News Desk
During the past three months, from October to December 2021, the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service’s (APHIS) Smuggling Interdiction and Trade Compliance (SITC) program seized and destroyed more than 1,900 pounds of prohibited pork,...

9 Places to Scoop Up Light and Airy Tiramisu in NYC

Eater NY 1/12 7:58A Andrew Cotto
Flora’s creamy tiramisu. | Flora When it comes to this classic Italian dessert, there’s an important rule: the lighter the lift, the better the dessert Tiramisu is as ubiquitous on Italian menus as...

The 38 Essential Restaurants in New York City

Eater NY 1/11 9:59A Eater Staff
A selection of slices at L’Industrie, one of the city’s best new pizza spots. | Ryan Sutton/Eater NY From Nepalese momos to a restaurant paying homage to the Lone Star State with tacos and vegan...

NYC’s Hottest New Cocktail Bars, January 2022

Eater NY 1/7 10:38A Bao Ong
An espresso martini at Bar Chrystie. | Liz Clayman A tropical-themed bar above a historic Brooklyn chop house and a sleek hotel bar in the Lower East Side join the list this month Welcome to the...

Eric Adams Has Already Lost New York’s Restaurant Workers

NYMag.com (Grub Street) 1/6 4:49A Alan Sytsma
It’s been two days since the press conference in which New York City mayor Eric Adams proclaimed , somewhat awkwardly and absolutely disastrously, “My low-skilled workers, my cooks, my dishwashers, my messengers, my shoe-shine pe... More
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