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Old Classic, New Classic: From Hop Kee to Red Farm, Chinese Food Grows Up

All this week, as a Classics Week special, Eater is sending correspondents to classic New York restaurants and their newer counterparts, to see how the two compare. Up today, David Yee, visits...

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The 24 Iconic Dishes of New York City

Here's a guide to the iconic dishes that have shaped the restaurant landscape in New York. It includes everything from centuries-old standbys to game changing modern classics, and many dishes in...

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A Dozen Cheap-Eats Classics in New York City

As a Classics Week special, Robert Sietsema rounds up his picks for standout old-school meals in New York City.

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Tom Valenti Reflects on How New York Has Changed Over His Career

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Craftbar's Sugar Shack Dinner; Talde's Pretzel Dumplings Join Caviar

Plus, El Presidente's fiesta brunch, The Cagen hosts a special omakase dinner.

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Ligaya Mishan Finds a Filipino Buffet With Countless Stewed Options

The critic finds another place to try in Elmhurst.

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10 Old-Fashioned French Bistros to Try in New York City

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How Katz's 27-Year-Old Owner Is Keeping the Icon Alive and Slicing

Jake Dell talks deli and how to keep an icon alive.

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A Wintery Weekday Night at the Original Palm on Second Avenue

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O Ya's New York Debut Likely Won't Come Until Spring

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Digging Up the History of Clams Casino, a New England Classic

Plus, 14 restaurants around the country serving old-school and modern versions.

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Gramercy Tavern, at 20, Is New York's Quintessential American Restaurant

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  1. 1 The 24 Iconic Dishes of New York City
  2. 2 25 Classic Restaurants Every New Yorker Must Try
  3. 3 A Dozen Cheap-Eats Classics in New York City
  4. 4 Old Classic, New Classic: From Hop Kee to Red Farm, Chinese Food Grows Up
  5. 5 10 Old-Fashioned French Bistros to Try in New York City
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Review: How American Graffiti's Diner Forever Changed Film

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Ushiwakamaru Will Return This Spring With a Sake Bar, Large Format Delivery

Chef Hideo Kuribara is also talking about offering lunch and late-night menu.

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A Day in the Life of Katz's Delicatessen's Jake Dell in 33 Photos

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The Eight Best Lines About Hunt & Fish Club, Midtown's Grandiose New Money Magnet

"It makes you feel like a lobster, just like, ready to be declawed."

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The Bourgeois Pig Shutters Its Original Home as It Settles Down in Greenwich Village

Don't worry, the fondue is still around.

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Roberta's Hosts a Super Bowl Shindig; Racines NY Starts BYOB Mondays

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A Tour of Classic New York Restaurant Signs, in Neon, Plastic, and Paint

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Restaurants from 11 cities made the cut.

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Yonnah Schimmel Insists It Intends to Stay Open for Another 100 Years on the LES

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Looks Like Ushiwakamaru Will Soon Make a Comeback in Chelsea

Tipsters send along vital intel on the move.

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U.S. Takes Home Silver Medal in Bocuse d'Or 2015

Norway takes home the Gold.

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