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Few Old-School French Bistros Remain in Greenwich Village but Bar Six Is Still Worth the Visit

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Sixteen months after the onset of the pandemic, the five boroughs are experiencing a "restaurant renaissance," but opening numbers are still down from 2019

State Attorney General Reaches $600,000 Settlement in Batali and Bastianich Sexual Harassment Investigation

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The Ample Hills Founders Make Their Comeback This Weekend With a New Ice Cream Shop

At Buddakan, a Culture of Favoritism and Fear Reportedly Swept Under the Rug

A Katsu Sandwich Pop-Up Finds a Permanent Home in the East Village — and More Openings

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The 38 Essential Restaurants in New York City

From a Vietnamese newcomer on the Upper West Side to a restaurant spotlighting regional Indian cooking, here’s where to eat in NYC right now

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Does It Get Better For the Indie Fine Dining Restaurant?

Chefs Russell Jackson and Ian Boden struggled to reconcile their visions of fine dining with their communities’ desires. Now, as they forge a sustainable path beyond the pandemic, one of them is ready to double down, and the other is ready to walk away.

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Sun, Sand, and Spaghetti

For thousands of Dominicans in New York’s Washington Heights, the shores of Lake Welch in Harriman State Park are for family, friends, and giant pots of empaguetadas

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City Sent NYPD to Shut Down Unlicensed Street Vendors in the Bronx

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Where to Find Iconic Texas Dishes in NYC

With New $800 Menus, Masa and Per Se Become Even More Inaccessible

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New Yorkers Are Packing Community Board Meetings to Oppose Outdoor Dining

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Will Permanent Fee Caps Actually Rein in Delivery Apps?

San Francisco’s forever-ceiling on what delivery apps charge restaurants is the first in the country. It might not be the last — but it also might not work.

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Famed Soba Shop Sarashina Horii Expands Outside of Japan for the First Time

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If Restaurants Can Build a Sidewalk Shed, They Can Accommodate Disabled Diners

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The Team Behind Adda and Dhamaka Plot a Sweeping Expansion in NYC

Acclaimed Chef Chikara Sono Launches Return to NYC With BBF, a Casual and Fun Japanese Tavern

Kuttanadan Gifts NYC With Cuisine From the Center of the Spice Trade

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The Return of Restaurants, Mapped

Dining out is decidedly back. Here are the spots, hand-picked by Eater and New York magazine, to start with.

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The Most Notable Hamptons Restaurant Openings for Summer 2021

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Meet the 2021 Eater New Guard

These 11 inspiring up-and-comers are using food to challenge conventions, empower their communities, and make positive change

What New York’s Restaurant Community Has Learned From the First Year of the Pandemic

From practices born out of necessity to lessons that have pushed the industry into a new age of accountability, COVID-19 has changed the way NYC dines forever

Paying Tribute to 52 NYC Restaurants That Closed During the Pandemic 

One year in, Eater New York revisits the classics, neighborhood spots, and trendy favorites that have permanently closed

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