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  1. The Cocktail Heatmap: Where to Drink Right NowRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Eater

    Welcome the Cocktail Heatmap, a guide to the hottest drinking dens and restaurant bars of the moment. Just in time for summer, there's a fresh batch of al fresco spots to check out.

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  2. Three Per Se Vets Expand Our Hawaiian Horizons at NoreetuhRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Eater

    Anthony Bourdain, perhaps the world's most recognizable gastronome after the Michelin Man, said the following about Hawaii on a recent episode of CNN's Parts Unknown : "It's not a particularly welcoming or friendly part of the world, contrary to the aloha myth." Geographically speaking, there's a lot of truth to that statement.

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  3. The Return of B & H, Platt in Paris, Schumer's Awesome Tip, and More Hot IntelRead the original story

    Monday Jun 15 | Eater

    After reading these five pieces of restaurant news and gossip, you will have plenty to talk about at dinner tonight. - New York City's last outpost of The Sizzler quietly shut its doors earlier this month.

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  4. Flay's Fierce Dance Moves, EV Grieve's Real Name, Dole Whip in NYC, and More IntelRead the original story

    Monday Jun 15 | Eater

    You can . The good news is that he's not hanging up his hat or changing anything about the blog.

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  5. Fuku Unleashes Off-Menu Koreano Sandwich; Brunch Pop-Up at Essex MarketRead the original story

    Friday Jun 12 | Eater

    Just two days into Fukusanity , David Chang is adding another sandwich to the offerings at his white hot sandwich shop Fuku. The Koreano tops one of the shop's spicy chicken sandwiches with daikon radish slaw that adds a little tang to the whole affair.

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  6. New York City Restaurants Could Soon Be Required to CompostRead the original story

    Monday Jun 8 | Eater

    By the beginning of next month, the city's Sanitation Department will decide whether to make restaurants - as well as hotels, catering companies, grocery stores, and other businesses - compost their food scraps . According to Crain's , the department is currently examining the data to figure out how much waste all these businesses actually produce, and whether the composting facilities around the city have the capacity to handle all of it, as well as whether it would be possible to collect all of it without putting a lot more trucks on the streets.

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  7. SPONSORED: Ted Allen's Picks for Bold Flavors in NYCRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 7 | Eater

    For Ted Allen , host of Food Network's Chopped and All-Star Academy , heartburn is an occupational hazard. But as a PEPCIDA product user, he certainly doesn't let heartburn get in the way of enjoying some of the city's best restaurants.

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  8. Tartine Bakery and Blue Bottle Opening First Joint Project in Giant Bushwick WarehouseRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 4 | Eater

    Blue Bottle coffee has just signed a lease for a 15,800 square-foot space at 279 McKibbin Street in Bushwick, where it will open its first joint operation with fellow Californian, San Francisco's acclaimed Tartine Bakery. The two companies merged back in April , with promises to bring outposts of Tartine to New York and LA, both cities where Blue Bottle already has a strong presence.

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  9. Artichoke Pizza Finally Brings Its Pies to Brooklyn Next MonthRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 3 | Eater

    Artichoke Basille's, the shining beacon of pizza for so many late and drunken nights, is opening its very first Brooklyn outpost . The new Artichoke, as Park Slope Stoop reports, will be at 59 5th Avenue in the north end of Park Slope, just blocks from the Barclays Center.

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  10. 16 Great NYC Restaurants for Your Wedding DayRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 3 | Eater

    Finding a spot for a wedding where the food won't taste like a rubber chicken can be more challenging than anyone wants to admit. Thankfully, many NYC restaurants host wedding parties large and small, serving house-made pasta, inventive tapas, honest Texas barbecue, and classic French fare.

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  11. Buttermilk Channel's Bywater at Threes Brewing; Culinary Agents Job FairRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 2 | Eater

    Brooklyn charmer Buttermilk Channel and its sister spot French Louie are teaming up for a New Orleans-inspired residency at Threes Brewing called Bywater. On the menu is a muffaletta on Bien Cuit miche, an andouille sausage po boy sandwich, roasted oysters, and Buttermilk Channel's fried chicken.

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  12. New Dos Caminos Swallows Up Half of Blue Fin in Times Square This AugustRead the original story

    Monday Jun 1 | Eater

    A new modernized outpost of sceney Mexican mini chain Dos Caminos will open in half of what is currently its sibling sushi bar, Blue Fin , in Times Square this August , exactly a year after its arrival was announced . The remaining half of Blue Fin will get its revamp after that, and should reopen in October.

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  13. One World Observatory Offers a Trio of Amusement Park Style RestaurantsRead the original story

    May 28, 2015 | Eater

    Tomorrow morning when the One World Trade Observatory opens, so will its trio of un-creatively named restaurants : One Cafe, One Mix, and One Dine. The trip to the top, complete with its lightening fast sky pod elevators and $32 entrance fee feels a bit like a downtown Manhattan amusement park and the restaurants seem to match that - only with truly spectacular views, particularly at sunset.

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  14. Opening Alert: Franny's Team Debuts Their Prospect Heights Bar Rose's TonightRead the original story

    May 27, 2015 | Eater

    Longtime darling of the Brooklyn restaurant scene Franny's is getting a new little sister tonight. Husband and wife duo Franny Stephens and Andrew Feinberg are opening a bar and grill called Rose's in the former Marco's space.

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  15. Killer New Dining Options at Coney Island, The Rockaways, and Jacob Riis ParkRead the original story

    May 22, 2015 | Eater

    With Memorial Day weekend and some beautiful weather coming up, New York's beaches are all gearing up to reopen for the summer season. While there is greatness to be had in old-school seaside dining, there are a lot of awesome new food options across the city's beaches this year.

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  16. Vetri Alum Adam Leonti Plans Restaurant in the Williamsburg Hotel; Samesa Lands at Berg'nRead the original story

    May 19, 2015 | Eater

    The talented Philadelphia chef will be in charge of dining at the hotel best known for planning a bar inside a water tower. As we already knew , Adam Leonti, the talented chef de cuisine of Marc Vetri's acclaimed, eponymous Philadelphia restaurant Vetri, is leaving his position there early next month and headed to Brooklyn.

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  17. Vital NYC Ice Cream Updates from Jacques Torres, Davey's, MilkMade, and MoreRead the original story

    May 19, 2015 | Eater

    It might not feel like it today, but summer is upon us and so are this year's spate of ice cream shop openings. On Thursday, chocolate master Jacques Torres will relaunch his Lafayette Street store as an ice cream-only shop with a to-go window serving 25 flavors like wicked chocolate, strawberry balsamic, chocolate banana, vanilla rum caramel, and cantaloupe sorbet.

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  18. 11 Great Outdoor Bars for Beer Lovers in New York CityRead the original story

    May 17, 2015 | Eater

    And sure, sitting at the local watering hole with a cheap pint is great, but for those who love beer, there are better options out there. Whether you're looking for a secluded patio, prime street-side people watching, or a killer view, here are 11 great places to drink outside that have good views and better beer.

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  19. Intelligentsia's Herald Square Outpost Shutters as the Coffee Company Eyes BrooklynRead the original story

    May 7, 2015 | Eater

    The airy Intelligentsia Coffee shop in Urban Outfitters Herald Square has been given the boot , the team says in a tweet this week. The cafe, which opened last summer , was pretty much the only indie company in a sea of chain stores that have conquered 34th Street and its surroundings, but now the hipster brand store will be opening its own cafe in the space in late May after a renovation.

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  20. Opening Alert: Faro Brings High-Minded Local Italian to BushwickRead the original story

    May 6, 2015 | Eater

    Kevin Adey and his wife Debbie Adey will start cooking their modern Italian-meets-Brooklyn menu tonight at Faro. The airy warehouse space has been tricked out with a wood-fired oven that will be used for baking bread and roasting dishes like porgy, served with peas and bottarga and emmer.

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