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  1. NYC's Finest Bagels, MappedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | Eater

    There's no where better in the world to eat a bagel than in New York City. One of the city's defining foods, a bagel is a deeply personal item with varying chew, size, flavor, topping, and toasting preferences that date back to a person's first version.

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  2. The Fancy Denny's That Served $300 Grand Slams Has ClosedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | Eater

    What's likely the country's most luxe outpost of Denny's apparently couldn't cut it in New York. Manhattan's first location of the breakfast diner chain - which was glammed up with leather banquettes and a $300 version of the Grand Slam - has closed after less than three years in FiDi, according to Tribeca Citizen .

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  3. Vermilion, Former 'Shitshow' Restaurant, Shuts Its Doors After More Than 8 YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 2 | Eater

    Midtown Latin-Indian fusion restaurant Vermilion - once known as one of New York's ultimate "shitshow" restaurants - has closed its doors after more than eight years in Midtown East. The restaurant ended its tenure at 480 Lexington Avenue in the last week, according to the building's property manager.

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  4. 15 Reliable NYC Restaurants Open 24 HoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2015 | Eater

    Late-night dining options in New York City are, thankfully, quite plentiful . But sometimes, a kitchen's midnight closing time just isn't late enough.

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  5. Where to Find NYC's Top Cajun-Creole RestaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 27 | Eater

    Cajun-Creole cuisine has never been as well known in New York City as it should be. The rich dishes were all the rage in Harlem during the first half of the 20th century, but not so much afterwards.

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  6. Llama Inn Chef Adds Manhattan Sandwich ShopRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 27 | Eater

    Llama Inn, the quirky, acclaimed Peruvian restaurant in Williamsburg, will expand its footprint with the opening of a sandwich shop from chef Erik Ramirez in Manhattan. Called Deli Llama , at 80 Carmine Street at Varick Street, the fast-casual shop will offer sanguche, or sandwiches, for takeout, delivery, and catering, as well as rotisserie chicken, tamales, empanadas, salads, and smoothies.

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  7. 19 Outstanding NYC Hotel BarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 21 | Eater

    In the largest city in the United States, hotel bars are much more than convenient pit stops for weary travelers. They're often destinations in their own right, catering to tourists and locals who want a taste of the best that cocktail culture has to offer, in a serene environment suitable for a work meeting or a romantic night out - or simply a nicer happy hour.

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  8. Danny Meyer's Vini e Fritti Outshines His Other New RestaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2017 | Eater

    "The Roman penchant for deep frying knows no bounds," writes Katie Parla, in her guide to that city's famed fritti. "Every course, from appetizer to dessert, and virtually every type of eatery, from deli to Michelin Star restaurant could feature fried food."

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  9. Sietsema's 15 Best Dishes of 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2017 | Eater

    Painful as it was to pick the ten worst dishes of 2017 , doing the opposite is a joyous activity. The best part about being a restaurant critic is stumbling on a dish that is really delightful - one that stimulates the senses and leads you to attack it rather than just eat it.

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  10. 13 Killer Caribbean Restaurants Around NYCRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2017 | Eater

    Caribbean food is a broad term that encompasses dishes from the 26 countries and 13 dependent territories that make up the region. Each island's cuisine is a unique blend of indigenous ingredients and centuries of trade from other parts of the world.

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  11. East Village Dive Doc Holliday's Sued After Staff Allegedly Attacked ComedianRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2017 | Eater

    Los Angeles comedian Julian McCullough is reportedly suing established East Village dive bar Doc Holliday's , claiming that an employee physically attacked him in December 2016. Bedford + Bowery reports that the complaint says McCullough "sustained severe and permanent injuries, personal injuries to his head, limbs, body and nervous system and has been rendered sick, sore, lame and disabled," and asks for "just and proper" relief.

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  12. Vegetarian Superiority Burger Sells One of NYC's Best Chicken SandwichesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2017 | Eater

    Buy, Sell, Hold is a new column from Eater New York's chief critic Ryan Sutton where he looks at a single dish or item and decides - should you buy it, sell it , or hold ? The chicken sandwich hasn't quite risen to the level of hamburger virality in New York. Chefs don't feel a sense of duty to put them on their menu even if the patties are decidedly average, and diners don't feel a sense to order them just for the Instagramming rights.

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  13. Danny Bowien's 'Mind of a Chef' Premieres Today for BingeingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2017 | Eater

    For Mission Chinese chef Danny Bowien 's debut on Mind of a Chef , simply head to Facebook. That's where the sixth season - in which Bowien stars - will air.

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  14. Shun Lee West 'Closed Until Further Notice' After Health Department IssuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2017 | Eater

    The Health Department shuttered seminal Chinese restaurant Shun Lee 's Upper West Side location last week , and now the violations have been posted online . The 36-year-old fine dining spot's most recent inspection resulted in 33 points for violations such as evidence of mice and roaches.

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  15. Another Ambitious Restaurant Opens Near Brooklyn Waterfront This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2017 | Eater

    Oliver, former executive sous chef at Locanda Verde and Lafayette, will be serving a seasonal American menu with the help of former Vinegar Hill chef Mike Poiarkoff . A major feature of the kitchen will be the Rotisol rotisserie, where dishes like branzino with new potatoes, olive tapenade, and artichokes; roast chicken with savoy cabbage, parsnips, and sherry; and prime rib with horseradish cream and crushed potatoes will be spit roasted.

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  16. 10 Standout Cuban Restaurants In and Around NYCRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2017 | Eater

    The delights of Cuban food are many: perfect cafecito or steaming hot cafA con leche at bargain prices, a pressed sandwich filled with garlicky roast pork, and affordable and fortifying plates of white rice and black beans, often mixed together in a signature dish called Moros y Cristianos . Once upon a time neighborhoods like Chelsea, the Upper West Side, Astoria, and Corona were paved with Cuban cafes, though Union City, New Jersey still is.

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  17. The Hottest Restaurants in Manhattan Right Now, November 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2017 | Eater

    Eater editors get asked one question more than any other: Where should I eat right now ? NYC dining obsessives want to know what's new, what's hot, and what is going to be the next big hit in the greatest dining city on earth. So here it is, a guide to the hottest restaurants in Manhattan this month.

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  18. Where to Eat on the Upper West SideRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2017 | Eater

    The assertion that there are no good restaurants on the Upper West Side simply isn't true. From the upscale establishments around Lincoln Center to the cluster of great inexpensive eateries along West 106th Street to the string of mid-priced bistros marching up Amsterdam Avenue, the UWS has lots to offer.

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  19. Mario Batali Hires Women For Smarts, Not Their Vaginas, He SaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2017 | Eater

    Chef Mario Batali sure has a crass way of talking about his lady kitchen team at fine dining restaurant Del Posto : "It's not because they have a vagina. It's because they're the smartest people for the job."

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  20. Anti-Boozy Brunch Lawsuit Is Bogus, State SaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2017 | Eater

    Looks like boozy brunch probably won't disappear anytime soon. The State Liquor Authority has sided against the Manhattan lawyer suing to stop bottomless boozy brunches in New York City.

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