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  1. Danny Brown Wine Bar to Close, Delaney's Crispy Chicken Sandwich, and More IntelRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 23 | Eater

    Move over Pizza Rat, there's a new fast food-loving critter in town. Find out about this furry friend, plus more restaurant news: - Danny Brown Wine Bar - AKA the first Queens restaurant to get a Michelin star - is closing at the end of the year because the landlord is not renewing the lease .


  2. Orange Chicken Specialist Panda Express to Open Two NYC Locations Next MonthRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 22 | Eater

    Buffet-style Chinese food chain Panda Express is about to expand its NYC footprint beyond JFK and the Queens Center mall . The Southern California company is planning to open an outpost at First Avenue and 69th Street in Manhattan next month, as well as another location at the corner of Fordham Road and Jerome Avenue in The Bronx.


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

    Aug 14, 2015 | 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.


  4. Cheap Eats Favorite Jackson Diner Shutters East Village Outpost After Rent HikeRead the original story

    Jul 13, 2015 | Eater

    Manhattan-based fans the of Indian culinary institution Jackson Diner will once again have to hop the subway to Queens to get their fix. The East Village outpost, which opened in 2010 with its primo cheap eats lunch buffet, closed this weekend, and it won't be returning .


  5. Where to Eat Cheap Indonesian Food in New York and New JerseyRead the original story

    Jul 6, 2015 | Eater

    Indonesian food is something the city has never had enough of, with its peanut-sauced brochettes, shrimp crackers, beef stewed in coconut milk, and wonderful compressed rice cakes called lontong. The archipelago exhibits perhaps a dozen distinct cuisines associated with different islands, and we have yet to fully realize its culinary riches.


  6. The Federal Bar, Nowadays, Gunbae, Azul, Clove, and More Now OpenRead the original story

    Jun 22, 2015 | Eater

    Industry City Distillery now has a tasting room where the team is serving boozy treats like a Puerto Rican piragua , and cocktails like the sunset mule . To fuel all that drinking there's a pulled pork sandwich, beef empanadas, and plantains that can be served with corn-jalapeA o or crusted-tomato salsas.


  7. Danny Meyer's F-Bomb, Bar Theft, Cuozzo's Selfie, and More Early IntelRead the original story

    Jun 16, 2015 | Eater

    Hospitality shaman Danny Meyer made the closing remarks, which included this gem: If there's one thing that frustrates me more than anything about the notion of being right, it's that being right too often gets in the way of being generous. Because being right is too often used as a way to protect us from doing the thing that will actually most serve us.


  8. New York City's 10 Craziest SandwichesRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2015 | Eater

    Since it began life as a hand-held snack featuring a single slice of meat between two pieces of plain bread, supposedly invented by the Earl of Sandwich in 1765, the sandwich has zoomed all over the world. Not only is it a gustatory convenience, but a chance to be creative with leftovers as well as a wide range of sometimes incongruous fresh ingredients.


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

    Jun 8, 2015 | 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.


  10. 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.


  11. The Hottest Restaurants in Queens Right Now, May 2015Read the original story

    May 10, 2015 | Eater

    The borough of Queens holds many secrets - perhaps the best is that it offers authentic tastes of lands much further away. Whether it's hard-to-find recipes from Bolivia, snacks from Korea, or dishes from the small country of Bhutan, Queens is where it's at.


  12. Smorgasburg Signs on Queens-Based Vendors for an Expansion to LIC This JulyRead the original story

    May 8, 2015 | Eater

    This latest venture has the distinction of using only local vendors from the borough, which the Smorg team picked with the help of local food blogger Joe DiStefano, of Chopsticks + Marrow . So food-wise, expect Queens-area specialities like Filipino food from Woodside's Papa's Kitchen, Thai from Elmhurst's Plant Love House, Mexican ceviche from La Esquina del Camaron, and This new Smorgasburg will be taking over a 7,500-square-foot lot which sits next to an even larger indoor space.


  13. 13 More Arrests Made in Queens Pizzeria's Cocaine Smuggling RingRead the original story

    May 7, 2015 | Eater

    Pizzeria Cucino a Modo Mia in Corona was used as a cover business for a cocaine operation by the Gigliotti family who have alleged ties with both the 'Ndrangheta mob in Italy and the Genovese family here in New York. They were caught i mporting 55 kilos of cocaine from Costa Rica nearly two months ago - about $2 million worth - and are currently being held without bail.


  14. Trying to Keep Up With Chipotle, McDonald's Launches Postmates Delivery in NYCRead the original story

    May 4, 2015 | Eater

    Just a couple weeks after Chipotle announced that it would team up with Postmates to roll out burrito delivery across the country , McDonald's is testing out a partnership with the app-based delivery service in New York City. Today, the same day that the struggling fast food giant announces a broad restructuring program that promises, among other things, "less sweeping talk of millenials," Postmates starts delivering from 88 McDonald's locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.


  15. Burger Chain Fact Blast: Fast Food Breakdown by the BoroughRead the original story

    Apr 16, 2015 | Eater

    McDonald's outposts are pretty evenly split across Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, but Manhattan has the most - around 65, compared to 55 in Brooklyn and 52 in Queens. The majority of Burger Kings, however, are in Queens.


  16. LA-Style Cafe Dimes Reopens in Its New LES Home FridayRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2015 | Eater

    Queens of the SoCal NYC scene Alissa Wagner and Sabrina DeSousa of Dimes are just about ready to reopen their sunny restaurant in its new, bigger home on the east end of Canal Street . Service will start with breakfast Friday morning, and the duo plan to host some friends and family for drinks tonight, but at the moment the space is still a bit rough around the edges.


  17. Four Star Semilla Is New York's Next Great RestaurantRead the original story

    Apr 7, 2015 | Eater

    Here's what you'll encounter while walking along a stretch of Havemeyer Street just north of the Brooklyn Queens Expressway in Williamsburg: a Spanish meat market, a kebab shack, a MoneyGram wire transfer outlet, an authorized Metro PCS phone dealer, two discount stores without websites, a tattoo parlor, a barber that charges $14 for a haircut, a Pentecostal church, a trio of casually attired gentlemen blasting Latin music from their SUV, and a restaurant called Semilla where a vegetable-heavy tasting for two will run $300 after wine, tax and, tip.


  18. The Hottest Restaurants in Queens Right Now, April 2015Read the original story

    Apr 4, 2015 | Eater

    The borough of Queens holds many secrets - perhaps the best is that it offers authentic tastes of lands much further away. Whether it's recipes straight from street vendors of the Philippines, a Nordic testing menu, or Tibetan momos, Queens is where it's at.


  19. The Hottest Restaurants in Manhattan Right Now, April 2015Read the original story

    Apr 2, 2015 | 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 Danny Bowien is up to these days. So here you have it, a guide to the 20 hottest restaurants in Manhattan this month.


  20. Jersey City's Thirty Acres Shows Bright Future of America's Tasting MenusRead the original story

    Apr 1, 2015 | Eater

    So if Brooklyn, the land of thirty-course tasting menus, is the new Manhattan, and if Queens, hawking $120 ramen feasts, is the new Brooklyn, it's tempting to think of Jersey City, teeming with $2,000 studios and panoramic views of New York's financial district, as the next geographic parvenu on that list, a veritable sixth borough that's just a 10 minute train ride from Midtown. Try getting to Staten Island that fast.


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