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  1. Dos Toros to Open Downtown Brooklyn Location Next WeekRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 1 | Eater

    Oliver and Leo Kremer - the brothers behind wildly popular Northern California-style taqueria mini chain Dos Toros - are planning to open a new location of their Mexican restaurant at 64 Court St. next week. This will be their second Dos Toros outpost in Brooklyn and eighth New York restaurant overall.

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  2. Cereal Restaurant Mania, Soup Dumplings in Downtown BK, and More IntelRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Eater

    The cereal at Kith Treats isn't even fancypants artisan-style stuff, but rather sugary store-bought flakes that are repackaged in "single-serving Mylar bags," according to the Times . One serving of cereal with milk is $6.

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  3. Where to Eat on the Upper East SideRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | Eater

    Over the last decade, we've been hearing persistent rumors of real estate refugees fleeing places like the East Village, Williamsburg, Park Slope, and even Bushwick for the Upper East Side, where the rents have lagged behind those in flashier neighborhoods. It's also one of the few parts of town where new condo construction has been stymied somewhat, and you can still get a feel for New York the way it used to be, with its broad avenues, ancient architecture, and strange specialty shops selling things like buttons, typewriters, and French movie posters.

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  4. Parmageddon Crashes Into Industry City and Enrique Olvera Might Join the Party TooRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Eater

    The unstoppable culinary force of nature that is the Major Food Group has expanded to the sprawling Industry City complex in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The Torrisi Boys and Girls have been using a 1000-square foot portion of the space for offices and a bakery, and now the Commercial Observer reports that there are plans to open a Parm counter .

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  5. Ten Great NYC Rotisserie Chickens Worth Greasing Up Your Lips ForRead the original story

    Friday Aug 14 | Eater

    Increasingly, these days, a whole rotisserie chicken is becoming a sort of culinary currency. The size of these chickens has been standardized at around two pounds, perhaps by a secret organization called the Chicken Cartel.

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  6. Pastificio Flora, Jin Sushi, Harbs, Ola Vivabar, and More Behind the PlywoodRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 13 | Eater

    A restaurant and corner store called Pastificio Flora is moving in on 8th Avenue. The team's Twitter account says "Italian designer & his partners, leaving hometown in south Italy for make their dream come true: A real Fresh Pasta Restaurant in Brooklyn, NY."

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  7. Do Hickster Restaurants Exist? A Follow-Up in the CatskillsRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 12 | Eater

    A year ago I predicted the appearance of hickster restaurants in rural areas upstate , started by folks who, fleeing high rents and other annoyances of urban life, would decamp the city permanently for small towns and villages, especially in the picturesque Catskill Mountains. Finding none of the sorts of eating establishments they'd adored back in the city, a few of these plucky individuals would start their own places, with menus uncannily like those of Brooklyn bistros.

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  8. Roberta's Slays the Takeout Game With Garlic Knots, Pizza BitesRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 4 | Eater

    Someday, when Brooklyn becomes the next Times Square, double decker tour buses will surf the colorful streets of Bushwick and megaphone-clad guides, charged with celebrating that neighborhood's rich culture of graffiti, fixed-gear bikes, and potholes, will explain to culinary neophytes what Roberta's is - no easy task. The correct answer, of course, is that Roberta's is a hyper-local vegetable-heavy restaurant, a fatty charcuterie haven, a bonkers pizzeria, a tent-covered tiki bar that leads to a two Michelin-starred chef's counter , and a loving home for an independent radio station that's stuffed into a shipping container.

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  9. Reviews for El Rey, One World Trade, Four Horsemen, Safari, and MoreRead the original story

    Jul 29, 2015 | Eater

    Pete Wells is taken with the vegan chicharrones at El Rey, Steve Cuozzo hates One World Trade's dining, and Tejal Rao really digs the Four Horsemen. This week, both Eater critics drop three stars: Robert Sietsema is a fan of the out of the box approach taken at Bushwick's Farro , and Ryan Sutton declares Stephen Starr and British-import Jason Atherton's The Clocktower one of New York's best new restaurants.

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  10. At El Cortez, Stephen Tanner Proves Himself the Don Quixote of BushwickRead the original story

    Jul 20, 2015 | Eater

    Eater NY critic Robert Sietsema takes a first glimpse at a conflicted Brooklyn cocktail lounge sure to become a classic. It's easy to have a soft spot in your heart for crazy restaurants.

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  11. The Story of Papaya King, a New York City OriginalRead the original story

    Jul 16, 2015 | Eater

    The story of Papaya King, like so many of the great stories of the 20th Century, starts at the gates of Ellis Island. In 1923 Constantine "Gus" Poulos, a young immigrant from Athens, Greece arrived on these shores.

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  12. Michael Madrigale Revisits Childhood Memories at Costco, Brings Along Wine This TimeRead the original story

    Jul 16, 2015 | Eater

    The right beverages can enhance any food. We asked several wine pros to pair up wines with a meal of cheap eats.

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  13. The Contest: Eater Editors Destroy Cheap-o Pizza, Buddhist Noodles,...Read the original story

    Jul 13, 2015 | Eater

    All 10 Eater editors are still playing The Contest - but how long will everyone last? Most of the participants are now working with $5 for dinner or less. Everyone's budgets shoot back up to $10 at the stroke of midnight for day two, but the change from day one does not cary over.

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  14. The Contest : Eater Editors Begin $10 Day With Doughnuts, Jerk Patties, BECs, and BagelsRead the original story

    Jul 13, 2015 | Eater

    This week, about a dozen Eater editors are attempting to eat all three restaurant meals on $10 a day. It's something we're calling The Contest, and competition is already extremely fierce.

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  15. Tre Dici, Perbacco, Ochada, La Lucha, and Irish Eyes Slip Quietly Into the NightRead the original story

    Jul 10, 2015 | Eater

    Tre Dici steak house was forced to shutter last last month when the DOB ordered everyone out of the building for safety reasons, and it doesn't look like its coming back. A note posted in the window explains the situation and says it's because of construction "next door," though neither of the adjacent buildings appear to be under construction, says a tipster.

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  16. The Last Days of Lit, ChickenShack Madness, and More A.M. IntelRead the original story

    Jul 9, 2015 | Eater

    The Grieve notes that a "for rent" sign currently hangs above the door. The bar will close for good at some point in the next two months.

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  17. East Williamswick Is About to Get Buried Under Mountains of Hot Fudge ...Read the original story

    Jul 8, 2015 | Eater

    Kings County. A tipster sends word that signage for a new location of Dairy Queen Grill & Chill is up in the storefront at 27 Graham Avenue in Bushwick/East Willamsburg.

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  18. Shake Shack's Parkburger, Nu Veggie Contender, Bowery Bonanza, and More Burger IntelRead the original story

    Jul 8, 2015 | Eater

    While Shake Shack's new Brooklyn only ChickenShack sandwich was the big news out of the chain this week, a representative tells Eater that the ParkBurger will remain on the Madison Square Park menu permanently. Served exclusively at the original location, the ParkBurger is a standard Shack hamburger topped with a Jasper Hill Farm raw cow's milk cheese sauce and Niman Ranch applewood-smoked bacon, on a Martin's potato bun, of course.

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  19. What to Expect at Carla Hall's Forthcoming 'Cobble Hook' Hot Chicken RestaurantRead the original story

    Jul 7, 2015 | Eater

    After serving one last round of tamarind whiskey sours and fish saucy wings on Friday night, Andy Ricker's Thai bar Whiskey Soda Lounge shuttered to make way for a new project from The Chew's co-host Carla Hall. This will most likely be Carla Hall's Southern Kitchen, a Nashville Hot Chicken restaurant that has been in the works for at least a year now.

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  20. PeaGuac Madness, Pitchfork's Wine Bar Review, Midtown Buffet Shutters, and More A.M. IntelRead the original story

    Jul 2, 2015 | Eater

    A multi-course, BYOB feast of restaurant news and gossip. Cash-only, but there's an ATM a few blocks away.

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