Restaurant Review: After a Scandal, April Bloomfield Sets a New Course
Food, Yesterday

At Sailor, in Brooklyn, the Spotted Pig’s former chef is doing the best cooking of her career.

What to Eat, See and Do During Miami Art Week
Arts, Yesterday

An array of restaurants and boutiques have opened alongside Miami-area mainstays to cater to visitors and an influx of new residents.

Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Jonathan Benno Join Forces at Four Twenty Five
Food, Yesterday

Yingtao serves Chinese cuisine through a global lens, Unapologetic Foods offers Filipino cooking at Naks and more restaurant news.

How Sacramento Turned Into a Great Restaurant City
Food, Yesterday

Soaring Bay Area housing prices, a highly diverse community and some of the world’s best produce have been catalysts for the dining scene in California’s capital.

A Cookbook That Celebrates New York City’s Asian Communities
Food, Yesterday

Pick up “Made Here” from Send Chinatown Love, watch a documentary on a remote Nordic restaurant and more food news.

Flamboyant as Ever, ’70s-Style Desserts Are Making a Comeback
T Style, December 1

With nostalgia comes Bundts, Black Forests and elaborate gelatinous confections. Would you like a blowtorch with that?

Afternoon Tea, a Vegetarian Night Out and More Reader Requests
Food, November 30

Pete Wells answers your restaurant questions for the holiday season. (Tip: Bring quarters for the snack mix at Superiority Burger.)

36 Hours in Melbourne, Australia
Interactive, November 30

Visitors willing to explore the alleyways of this arts- and food-loving city will find gems at every turn.

Red Lobster’s Popular Endless Shrimp Deal Ate Into Its Profits
Express, November 30

The all-you-can-eat deal contributed to an $11 million quarterly operating loss.

Hamburger America, From a Burger Documentarian, Opens in the Village
Dining, November 28

Partridge brings holiday cheer to the Standard, East Village, bars pop up for the holiday and more restaurant news.

How Mortadella Went From Cold Cut to Hot Item
Dining, November 28

Helped by its millennial-pink hue and the rise of the charcuterie board, the Italian specialty is winning a new fan base of American chefs and consumers.

Where the Flavors of the Amazon Rainforest Delight
Travel, November 28

In the food-obsessed port city of Belém, sweet, savory and sometimes addictive dishes are made with fresh ingredients that are tough to come by in Rio de Janeiro, let alone outside Brazil.

Profiles of Change: For 7 Women, a Heartfelt Cause Became a Mission
Special Sections, November 27

Leaders from around the world explained how they took their passions and concerns and turned them into action.

Should Biden Bow Out, as David Axelrod Urged?
Letters, November 26

Readers respond to a column by Maureen Dowd. Also: Speaker Mike Johnson’s lament; drive-through downsides; New Orleans drinking water.

You Know About Rockefeller Center’s Tree. Here’s Where to Eat Nearby.
Dining, November 23

From sit-down meals to sandwiches and pizza, this is the best food in and under the plaza.

36 Hours in Oaxaca, Mexico
Interactive, November 23

Make mole, learn printmaking and dance in the streets in this city alive with tradition and creative vigor.

‘Menus-Plaisirs — Les Troisgros’ Review: A Beautiful Collaboration
Weekend, November 22

For his 44th documentary, Frederick Wiseman journeys to the French countryside to examine the workings of a family-owned, Michelin-starred restaurant.

Restaurant Review: A Fresh Look at Thai Food at Bangkok Supper Club
Food, November 21

The chef Max Wittawat offers dishes both rustic and refined in an up-to-the-moment setting.

Figure Eight Takes a Southern Approach to Chinese Cuisine
Dining, November 21

Radio Star conjures the 1940s, Yono Sushi arrives at Moynihan Train Hall and more restaurant news.

The Luncheonette Serving New York’s Best Egg Creams
T Style, November 21

The owners of Lexington Candy Shop have, for over 98 years, refined their recipe and still make their syrups from scratch.

On the Luby’s Cafeteria Line, Every Day Is Thanksgiving
Dining, November 20

The Texas chain, which serves turkey dinners year-round, has come to define the holiday for its loyal customers — and not just with its food.

What to See, Eat and Buy in Guadalajara, Mexico’s City of Makers
T Style, November 17

Steeped in cultural heritage, the capital of Jalisco is drawing a new wave of artists.

The Days Are Getting Shorter. At These Restaurants, Time Stands Still.
Dining, November 17

A tavern, a pub and a beer hall for hunkering down with sausages and other cold-weather classics.

Tip a Self-Service Kiosk? How to Deal With the Many Requests for Tips.
Business, November 17

Since the pandemic, they seem to be everywhere. And with inflation, the gratuity on a pricier meal feels like a big outlay.

Sally Darr, Formidable Chef of ’80s-Era French Bistro, Dies at 100
Obits, November 16

A skilled and self-taught cook of homey French fare, she drew fans (including Julia Child) to her Greenwich Village restaurant for more than a decade.

In Mumbai, an Intimate Diwali Dinner Party
T Style, November 16

Aditi Dugar, the owner of the restaurant Masque, celebrated the festival of lights with a modern Indian tasting menu prepared by the chef Varun Totlani.

36 Hours in Acadiana, Louisiana
Interactive, November 16

Explore Cajun Country, a region where French, Creole, Native American and African traditions come together in a cultural gumbo.

Adventures on Dublin’s Culinary Trail
Travel, November 15

Local ingredients and new takes on traditional dishes figure prominently on menus created by younger generations of local chefs and restaurateurs, as well as foreign chefs who have made the Irish capital their home.

Here’s Why a New York City Lobster Roll (With Fries!) Costs $32
Metro, November 14

The pandemic upended everything at the Red Hook Lobster Pound. By mid-2022, the co-founder felt she had no choice but to raise the price of her signature item, a lobster roll and fries.

Eataly’s Italian Kingdom Expands to SoHo
Dining, November 14

Haam moves from takeout to full restaurant, the Mark Hotel installs a cozy chalet and more restaurant news.

The 25 Essential Dishes to Eat in Mexico City
T Style, November 14

We asked five chefs and other food-obsessed locals to debate the most memorable plates (and snacks and beverages) in the capital.

A Salt-of-the-Earth Town That Sparkles
Travel, November 14

Farmers and food lovers mingle in Geyserville, Calif., where in one weekend, you can enjoy a 15-course meal, sample small-production wines and try on a cowboy hat.

8 Excellent Asian Noodle Soups (in Three Boroughs)
Dining, November 9

In Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens you’ll find superlative versions of prawn mee, mohinga and more.

A Cozy Hudson Valley Bookshop With an Emphasis on Female Authors
T Style, November 9

Plus: handcrafted steamer trunks, a new Chinese restaurant in Lower Manhattan and more recommendations from T Magazine.

36 Hours in Washington, D.C.
Interactive, November 9

Even in a time of transition, Washington is still a hub of art, history and social-justice leadership, and is home to many of the world’s best free museums.

Las Vegas Unions and Caesars Reach Tentative Agreement as Strike Looms
Business, November 8

The deal was announced two days before a strike deadline set by two unions. The walkout threat still hangs over other resorts and the city’s economy.

A Cook’s Tour of the Tokyo Food Scene
Travel, November 8

Taking a cooking class in the Japanese capital adds layers to an exploration of the city’s abundant supply of restaurants, from a pricey kaiseki spot to a chain noodle joint.

Hoexter’s, With Deep Ties to the Upper East Side, Returns With a Refresh
Dining, November 8

Levantine fare at Huda, a Lightscape Lodge at Brooklyn Botanic Garden and more restaurant news.

Restaurant Review: At the Noortwyck, an Eleven Madison Park Chef Gets Neighborly
Food, November 7

In his Greenwich Village kitchen, Andrew Quinn finds the middle ground between grandeur and informality.

Food Apps Catering to Chinese Speakers Deliver a Piece of Home
Dining, November 6

Some mobile platforms are helping Chinese speakers in the United States and elsewhere order in their native language.

The Restaurant Revolution Has Begun
Op Ed, October 20

Many restaurants are fundamentally changing how they do business after the pandemic.

Can There Be Too Many Cafes in Paris?
Business, August 21

The neighbors may complain about the noise, but outdoor spaces that bloomed under a pandemic program are now a permanent and vibrant fixture of city life.

Can Frozen Peas, Long Taken for Granted, Find New Appeal in the U.K.?
Foreign, August 9

Britain’s vegetable producers are hoping this is a moment for the humble frozen pea, a cost-effective staple at a time of rising food prices.

Can Boracay Beat Overtourism?
Travel, April 11

Called one of the world’s best islands, the Philippine resort was closed by the government for six months and reopened with a cap on visitors. Now, with travelers coming back, will it continue to hold the line?

Do Dining Sheds Still Make Sense?
Metropolitan, March 3

They were crucial for restaurants and cooped-up New Yorkers during the pandemic. Now their usefulness is being debated.

In New Zealand, Sauvignon Wishes and Sashimi Dreams
Travel, January 23

A road trip in the country’s South Island offered perfect wines, stunning views, intimate restaurants and the chance to make a pilgrimage to a salmon Shangri-La.

Foodie Fever Dreams Can’t Keep Restaurants Afloat
Op Ed, January 20

The business must reinvent itself to survive.

Shift to Remote Work Puts Pressure on Chains Like Sweetgreen
Business, January 19

Downtown lunch spots that rely on catering to white-collar professionals are rethinking their business model as more employees work from home.

What TikTok Told Us About the Economy in 2022
Business, December 31

From Barbiecore to revenge travel, social media trends gave us a clear picture of the forces reshaping the economy.

The Hochul-Zeldin Debate: A Combative Clash
Metro, October 26

Representative Lee Zeldin painted a bleak portrait of New York, while Gov. Kathy Hochul stressed her rival’s anti-abortion stance and his support for Donald Trump.

On Car-Free Streets, Many New York Restaurants Thrived
Metropolitan, October 25

By promoting outdoor dining, the city’s Open Streets program has helped some eating and drinking establishments survive the pandemic, a new report finds.

Staying Up Late to Find Out Why New York No Longer Does
Metro, September 21

More bars and restaurants are closing their doors at earlier hours, and more New Yorkers are grabbing dinner earlier in the evening. One of our reporters set off to find out why.

When Schools Don’t Educate Their Students
Letters, September 13

Readers discuss an investigation into the lack of secular education at New York’s yeshivas. Also: Outdoor dining; climate-crisis deniers.

In the Mile High City, Festivals and Food Are on the Rise
Travel, August 11

Denver has regained its prepandemic vibrancy, with a plethora of new restaurants and hotels, and the return of some old favorites.

Hulu’s ‘The Bear’ and the Restaurant Industry’s Long Overdue Reckoning
Op Ed, August 7

The Hulu drama is resonating partly because it shows workers demanding a better workplace, which is happening in the restaurant industry and beyond.

Opponents of Outdoor Dining Renew Fight Against Sheds
Metro, August 5

Mayor Eric Adams is a big supporter of outdoor dining, but those who dislike the program are trying to kill it in court.

The Business Lunch May Be Going Out of Business
Dining, July 11

As remote work persists and business deals are sealed online, many upscale restaurants that catered to the nation’s downtown office crowd are canceling the meal.

Hong Kong’s Floating Restaurant Sinks at Sea, Laden With Memories
Express, June 21

Jumbo Floating Restaurant, which closed in 2020, capsized in the South China Sea after being towed from the city. The sinking triggered nostalgia for a happier period of Hong Kong history.

Dining Out This Summer
N Y T Now, June 10

Professional eaters give advice.

From the South Side to the Loop, Chicago’s Innovative Spirit Thrives
Travel, June 9

Theater, art and music are flourishing, and on the culinary scene, a 13-course Filipino tasting menu and a sleek Black-owned winery in Bronzeville are just a few of the city’s new offerings.

Noma Chef Won’t Attend Brooklyn Dinner Series. So the Meals Are Free.
Dining, May 18

American Express, a sponsor, said it would refund the price of the $700-a-person dinners after hearing that the chef, René Redzepi, tested positive for Covid.

All of Those Quitters? They’re at Work.
Sunday Business, May 13

The Great Resignation was in fact a moment many people traded up for a better-paying gig.