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  1. Michelin Leaves Spotted Pig Off the 2019 Bib GourmandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2018 | Eater

    Next week the Michelin Guide's famously anonymous inspectors will unveil their list of starred selections, awarding accomplished venues with one, two, or three stars. But today, the guide reveals its cheap eats list - restaurants where patrons can ostensibly order two courses plus a glass of wine or dessert for $40.

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  2. So Long Tortilla Flats, a Relic of a More Affordable New YorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 26, 2018 | Eater

    Tortilla Flats represented a unique new form of restaurant when it opened in 1983 - one of many places that were once scattered across the Village but most of which have since closed. In the 1980s, the restaurant industry in New York City was changing.

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  3. What Restaurants Need to Know About the Bill Trying to Save Mom-and-Pops from Rent HikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2018 | Eater

    Restaurants struggling to cope with pricey rent hikes may benefit from a proposed bill - discussed Monday in City Council - that seeks to level the playing field between landlords and commercial tenants in NYC. The bill, dubbed the Small Business Jobs Survival Act , gives tenants a right to a lease renewal, including a 10-year term for those in good standing.

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  4. Don Angie Is the Next Evolution of Italian-American CuisineRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2018 | Eater

    Italian-American restaurants are simple. They're not known for their freewheeling interpretations of classics or elegantly composed small plates; instead, they're cultural treasures famous for adherence to tradition, having provided unfussy nourishment to New Yorkers since the early 20th century.

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  5. Why Are So Many Australians Working in American Coffee?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2018 | Eater

    Australia has given the world so much: Nicole Kidman, the Hemsworth brothers, flat whites, and avocado toast. At least two of these imports made Australian coffee shops a slow-burn trend of the 2010s - by 2016, a flat white and an avo toast, along with single origin brews, savory dishes , full service, and a clean design aesthetic all became shorthand for this particular style of establishment.

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  6. Paulie Gee's Gets New York Slice Pizza RightRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 11, 2018 | Eater

    In 1999, cookbook author Grace Young coined the term " breath of the wok ," a poetic translation of wok hei , in an attempt to convey the distinctive flavors characteristic of high heat Cantonese cooking. Many factors contribute to wok hei - how a chef agitates the cast iron vessel over an open flame, the way the ingredients are coated in sizzling oil - but it is, at its core, when a "wok breathes energy into a stir-fry."

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  7. Remembering Kenny Shopsin, an Abrasive Yet Unforgettable Part of NYC DiningRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2018 | Eater

    Word of Kenny Shopsin's death jolted the restaurant community on Monday. This eccentric figure had presided over the restaurant known informally as Shopsin's since 1973.

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  8. Legendary New York City Restaurateur Kenny Shopsin Has DiedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2018 | Eater

    Iconic New York City restaurateur Kenny Shopsin has died . The owner of Shopsin's General Store was known for his outsized personality and love for old New York as he ran the quirky diner inside Essex Street Market on the Lower East Side.

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  9. E.A.K Ramen Starts Slinging Ramen in Hell's Kitchen This FallRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2018 | Eater

    Japanese ramen chain E.A.K. Ramen is starting to make good on its promise to expand in the U.S. In October, the company serving iekei-style ramen - where shoyu and tonkotsu broths are blended together - will open a new location in Hell's Kitchen, one that's bigger than the respected original NYC outpost in Greenwich Village. Located at 360 West 46th St. between Eighth and Ninth avenues, the new E.A.K. will serve a menu that's quite different from the chain's other NYC location.

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  10. Team With Michelin Cred Opens a Yakitori Spot in Greenwich Village TomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 27, 2018 | Eater

    The company behind esteemed, upscale Japanese restaurants Sushi Amane and Mifune is getting into the yakitori game. Tokyo Restaurants Factory , whose Sushi Amane is Michelin-starred , will raise the curtain Tuesday on Toriko NY , a fine-dining restaurant in Greenwich Village specializing in the grilled chicken skewer.

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  11. This Ham, Egg, and Cheese Crepe Is a Wonderfully Melty Morning TwistRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2018 | Eater

    No edible item is more New Yorky than the breakfast sandwich, made with egg, American cheese, and bacon, sausage, or boiled ham on a kaiser roll - available at nearly every deli and bodega. But this cherished sandwich has been modified by time and contemporary preferences, and now variations can be found, or created.

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  12. Murray's Greasy Egg Sandwich Melts, Oozes, and DelightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2018 | Eater

    No edible item is more New Yorky than the breakfast sandwich, made with egg, American cheese, and bacon, sausage, or boiled ham on a kaiser roll - available at nearly every deli and bodega. But this cherished sandwich has been modified by time and contemporary preferences, and now variations can be found, or created.

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  13. Rarer Cuts Shine at Meaty Nepalese Barbecue in SunnysideRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2018 | Eater

    New Yorkers are already familiar with a wealth of barbecue traditions - and their associated starches. Eat Jamaican jerk chicken at Peppa's and expect a sweet doughnut called festival.

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  14. How the East Village Turned Into NYC's Hippest Chinese Dining DestinationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2018 | Eater

    Their owners are part of a growing group of Chinese chefs who have set up shop in the East Village over the last eight years or so, a phenomenon that has accelerated dramatically in recent years. Since 2017, five Chinese rice noodle shops alone have opened between Greenwich Village and Tompkins Square Park; since January, nearly a dozen Sinosphere restaurants have opened or are slated to open around the East Village.

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  15. 7 Things Worth Trying at Williamsburg's New Food HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2018 | Eater

    The North 3rd Street Market in Williamsburg might just illustrate everything that's happening with new food courts in New York as they compete to survive in an increasingly crowded market. For one, newer food courts must employ a savvier selection of stalls and improvements like better seating, longer hours, and alcoholic beverages.

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  16. A Tulum-Inspired Taqueria Is Headed for Union SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2018 | Eater

    The Gerber Group is opening a taqueria at 201 Park Avenue South at 17th Street, serving up tacos, tequila, and mezcal in the 1,600-square-foot space. Taco Electrico will open later this month with a Tulum-inspired aesthetic.

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  17. Surprise, NYC Apparently Has a Ban on Black Foods with Activated CharcoalRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2018 | Eater

    Looks like the peak days of Instagrammy black foods might be over for New Yorkers. The Department of Health says that activated charcoal - the black-colored, hippie-esque healthy thing that reportedly sucks up toxins - is banned from all food and drink in the city.

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  18. Mas (Farmhouse) Shuts Down in June After 14 Years in Greenwich VillageRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2018 | Eater

    To make it viable in the long-term would require a rebrand, he says, and they opted instead to shut it down. "We saw that it's very difficult to keep running Mas profitably, five years or 10 years down the road," Zamarra says.

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  19. Even Melissa McCarthy Was Denied Entrance to Harlem Icon Rao'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2018 | Eater

    Don't feel too bad if entrance into Rao's is still outside of grasp - actress and comedian Melissa McCarthy couldn't get in to the East Harlem Italian fortress, either. McCarthy finished up filming near the decades-old, membership-only restaurant when she tried to walk in for a table.

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  20. Temescal's Lanesplitter Pizza & Pub Will Become Artichoke Basille's This FallRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2018 | Eater

    After two decades of New York-style pizza and local craft beer, East Bay institution and homegrown mini-chain Lanesplitter Pizza & Pub will begin downsizing this year, making way for a new location of New York chain Artichoke Basille's in the process. Lanesplitter, which currently boasts four full-service spots across Albany, Berkeley and Oakland, has already begun the process of transferring the liquor license at its Temescal location on Telegraph Avenue to Artichoke Basille's franchisee Jim Trevor.

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