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  1. Cafe China Team to Open Williamsburg Sichuan Restaurant This FallRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Eater

    The owners of Midtown's CafA China are bringing their acclaimed Sichuan food to Brooklyn. Husband-wife restaurant team Xian Zhang and Yiming Wang signed a lease last week for a space at 191 Grand St. in Williamsburg, Commercial Observer reports.

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  2. Todd English Plans 'Global Comfort Food' Restaurant, Pigalle Closes, and More IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Eater

    But Teflon Todd is still attached to the space on the ground floor of the InterContinental Hotel, and in the fall, he will open a new restaurant here with a menu of "global comfort food." No word yet on what it will be called, but it will likely have a roaring fireplace year-round, and T.E. branding on nearly every surface .

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  3. Summer Places: Clemente's Maryland Crab HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Eater

    Some restaurants are made for summer, whether they have relaxing outdoor spaces filled with greenery, a thrilling view, or the kind of food you associate with long sunny days and leisurely meals. This is the second in a series of New York City's best summer dining opportunities .

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  4. Hometown's Bill Durney Brings Surf BBQ & Grill to Staten IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | Eater

    Hometown Bar-B-Que pitmaster/owner Bill Durney is planning to open an ambitious restaurant in Staten Island's Stapleton Waterfront in early 2017. Surf BBQ & Grill will be dedicated to live wood fire cooking, and will incorporate direct grilling in addition to off-set smoking.

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  5. Sweetgreen FiDi, Bocadillo, Bulletin Market, Dolce Brooklyn, and More OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Eater

    Financial District : Lunchtime favorite Sweetgreen opened on Wall Street this morning. This is the tenth location for the company.

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  6. Grand Central Oyster Bar Brooklyn Sputters Out After Two and a Half YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | Eater

    The Brooklyn spinoff of The Grand Central Oyster Bar has permanently closed its doors . The massive restaurant inhabited three storefronts on Fifth Avenue in Park Slope.

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  7. Tsurutontan Stalking, the Curious Case of Snap Dog, and More IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Eater

    When asked whether these establishments would reopen after the long break, a rep for the hotel told Eater: "That is our intention." One of these establishments, La Chine , opened less than a year ago to great reviews.

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  8. La Contrada, Union Fare, Super Power, Bodega Pizza, Bing Kitchen, and More OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Eater

    The sit-down restaurant at Union Fare has a menu from chef Yvan Lemoine that includes lamb garganelli, mussels and grits, baked razor clams, and Maine lobster fettuccine. The 25,000-square foot space also offers a market section with a bakery, a wine bar, a raw bar, a charcuterie station, and a pokA stand.

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  9. Waldorf Astoria Restaurant Shake-Up, UberEats Expands to Brooklyn, and More IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Eater

    The hotel's trio of restaurants - La Chine , Bull & Bear , and Peacock Alley - will close before the work begins next spring. No word yet on whether these establishments plan to relocate during the construction, stay shuttered until the renovations are complete, or close for good.

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  10. Junior's Taking Over Massive Ruby Foo's Space in Times SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Eater

    Iconic Brooklyn diner Junior's Restaurant will be opening a new huge location near Times Square, not too far from its existing location. Flo Flab reports that the cheesecake behemoth plans to take over the sprawling space of shuttered BR Guest restaurant Ruby Foo's , at 1626 Broadway.

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  11. Is Phoenicia Diner the Ultimate Upstate Hickster Restaurant?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Eater

    It's summer again, the season when I head up to the Catskills in search of hickster eateries. What's a hickster? Well, you already know plenty of people driven out of their apartments by high rents.

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  12. 11 Fourth of July Specials at NYC RestaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | Eater

    If you're staying local this Monday, here is a list of eleven great places that are celebrating in big ways. Andrew Carmellini's Soho favorite is hosting its annual an all-day luau on July 4th.

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  13. Prosperity Dumpling Heads to Brooklyn, Steve Cuozzo Hates Gazpacho, and More IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Eater

    Previously, a rep for the restaurant hinted that it was going to reopen around the corner on Broome Street , but now that space is home to a shoe repair shop . Prosperity was shut down by the DOH last summer after a photo of its back alley kitchen hit the web.

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  14. Bourdain Tweaks 'Fish on Mondays' Rule, SCRATCHbread Plots a Comeback, and More IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2016 | Eater

    At the Cannes Lions festival, the author/TV host remarked: "That was 1999. The world has changed now....Maybe if you're eating in an Irish pub, don't order the mussels on Monday on special, but in most places [the food is fresh]."

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  15. Five Restaurants to Try in Five New York NeighborhoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2016 | Eater

    Many of us make pilgrimages to favorite destination restaurants in far-flung neighborhoods, maybe an Indian place in Jackson Heights, a pizzeria in Midwood, or a taqueria in Bushwick. But isn't it better to visit destination neighborhoods instead, where your selection is often bewilderingly large, and you can wait until the last moment to decide what kind of food you want and at what price point? Here are five food neighborhoods that offer that kind of diversity, each with five solid restaurant choices, briefly described.

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  16. Besides Barbecue: NYC's Other Smoking TraditionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2016 | Eater

    In the days before barbecue became ubiquitous in New York City, 'cue lovers had to content themselves with other international traditions of smoking meat, poultry, and fish. Aficionados quickly discovered that many of these culinary practices - coming from such widespread places as Jamaica, Brazil, India, Central Asia, and China - were every bit as satisfying as American barbecue.

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  17. Is New York Finally Becoming a Serious Barbecue City?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2016 | Eater

    Here's the truth: Until a decade ago, New York wasn't much of a barbecue town. There were chainlets and upscale theme spots, and one or two serious restaurants that stood out from the crowd, but there was no real barbecue culture.

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  18. Dos Toros Unleashes California Burrito Cheesiness Near Rockefeller Center TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2016 | Eater

    Bay Area-style taqueria mini-chain Dos Toros is now one step closer to Midtown lunch domination. Owners Leo and Oliver Kremer opened their third Midtown location on Monday at 52 West 52nd Street near Rockefeller Center.

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  19. BAM: Gotham West Spinoff to Open in Fort Greene With Mu Ramen, Barbecue, Pizza, and MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2016 | Eater

    The organizers of Hell's Kitchen's wildly popular Gotham West Market are planning a new iteration of the dining hall at the base of The Ashland , a new luxury residential building in Fort Greene. Joshua Smookler will bring a version of his Long Island City hit Mu Ramen to the market, with a menu that will include burger in addition to noodles and Japanese-influenced snacks.

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  20. Ambitious Bed-Stuy Restaurant Willow Closes, To Reopen With New OwnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2016 | Eater

    Willow , a tiny but ambitious seasonal American restaurant from the team behind The Pines, has closed. Owner Carver Farrell says he sold it to a "young chef/owner" who plans to do a similar concept in the unusual space near the Franklin Avenue C train.

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