Frenchette Bakery to Move Into the Whitney Museum
Food, Yesterday

The bakery, from the restaurateurs Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson, is expected to open in the museum in the fall, in the Untitled space.

This Is Ischia’s Moment in the Sun
Travel, Yesterday

The Italian island, long in the shadow of its fashionable neighbor, Capri, is newly chic, but remains deeply authentic, with rocky harbors more likely to dock fishing boats than megayachts.

36 Hours in Split, Croatia
Interactive, June 8

This Croatian port city is fueled by long seafood lunches, ancient traditions and wine-filled evenings.

‘Never Seen Pizza Boxes at a Wake Before’: Mourning a N.Y. Pizza Legend
New York, June 7

In a city full of great pizza, Andrew Bellucci was New York’s “original pizza nerd.” After he died suddenly, admirers gathered to remember his wild life.

These Hotel Restaurants Don’t Only Cater to Tourists
Food, June 6

Glamour and great menus abound.

Restaurant Review: Foul Witch Summons the Ghost of Blanca
Food, June 6

A new restaurant in the East Village brings some tasting-menu sophistication to an à la carte dining room.

Casa Lever, in the Lever House on Park Avenue, Gets a Refresh
Food, June 6

Southern Charm brings biscuits to the West Village, El Cid Cafe will open in the Hispanic Society and more restaurant news.

The Refries That Bind: A Cavernous Cantina Returns, Cliff Divers and All
U.S., June 6

With “infinity dollars” poured in by the creators of “South Park,” a fabled Colorado restaurant reopens with the same 1970s vibe and drastically improved food.

The Full List of the 2023 James Beard Chef and Restaurant Award Winners
Food, June 6

After facing questions about its new processes, the James Beard Foundation held its annual gala in Chicago on Monday.

Andrew Bellucci, Pizza Visionary With a Troubled Past, Dies at 59
Food, June 5

His obsession with recreating the original New York pizza helped revive a classic and inspire a generation of chefs. But his ambitions led to conflicts and, once, prison.

Are You Even a Miami Heat Fan if You Watch the N.B.A. Finals Somewhere Else?
Dining, June 2

In South Florida, Flanigan’s, a fishing-themed restaurant chain, is the hot spot to watch the Miami Heat play the Denver Nuggets.

Has New York Reached Peak Pork?
T Style, June 1

Ribbons of finely sliced charcuterie have become a staple at a certain kind of restaurant, for reasons both luxurious and not.

A Sunny Parisian Cafe Inside a 19th-Century Artist’s Studio
T Style, June 1

Plus: coffee-inspired jewelry, an exhibit of natural ceramics and more recommendations from T Magazine.

36 Hours in Los Angeles
Interactive, June 1

Locals know the best spots are hiding in plain sight in the City of Angels.

James Beard Foundation, Whose Awards Honor Chefs, Is Now Investigating Them
Dining, May 31

The group behind “the Oscars of the food world” created a new process to weed out nominees with problematic pasts. But that process has troubles of its own.

Where to Find Family-Style Dining, and More Reader Questions
Dining, May 30

Looking for nonalcoholic drinks beyond seltzer? You’re in luck.

Restaurant Review: The Peking Duck at Juqi Passes All the Tests
Dining, May 30

A Flushing, Queens, branch of a restaurant with around 20 locations in Beijing is here to deliver New York from its duck difficulties.

The Migrant Kitchen Expands to Central Park’s Ballfields
Dining, May 30

The Golden Swan takes over the Spotted Pig space in the West Village, Hand Hospitality opens Moono and more restaurant news.

Diners Are Fed Up With Minimal Service. Will a Little Warmth Win Them Back?
Dining, May 30

As prices rise and seasoned help is harder to find, some restaurants are trying to provide a more welcoming experience for their underwhelmed guests.

Getting Screened Early for Breast Cancer
Letters, May 29

Readers respond to the new breast cancer screening guidelines. Also: Outdoor dining in New York; employee “belonging”; swimmable urban waters.

An Influencer With a Mission: Supporting New York Restaurants
Projects and Initiatives, May 29

For Jaeki Cho’s Righteous Eats, food is the hook, but the social media series is really a platform to celebrate the people who make up one of the world’s most diverse cities.

In Tokyo, Skipping the Hot and New for Enduring Haunts
Travel, May 29

Using a guidebook published more than 20 years ago, a writer searches out the bars and restaurants that express the city’s traditional eating and drinking culture.

How a Maitre d’ at Balthazar Spends His Sundays
Metropolitan, May 28

As James Corden learned, you don’t want to end up in Zouheir Louhaichy’s shift report, which he writes in the morning before training for Ironman.

For a Chile Con Queso Like No Other, Head to Southern New Mexico
Dining, May 26

At Chope’s Town Bar & Cafe, one family has closely guarded a recipe that makes the most of the region’s beloved chiles.

36 Hours in Vancouver
Interactive, May 25

The coastal British Columbian city is in transition, with the gravity of its cultural life shifting eastward.

Nicholas Gray, Whose Gray’s Papaya Became a Hot Dog Mecca, Dies at 86
Obits, May 24

His storefront eatery, a knockoff of a leading frankfurter grill, helped turn an unlikely culinary combination into a New York phenomenon.

Don’t Travel on Memorial Day Weekend. Try New Restaurants Instead.
Dining, May 23

Holiday weekends in New York City are the best.

Restaurant Review: Fluid Japanese-French Cuisine at House Brooklyn
Dining, May 23

The chef Yuji Tani has found another home for his precise cooking at this tasting-menu restaurant in the back of an industrial space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

Restaurant Yuu, an Omakase With a French Approach, Opens in Brooklyn
Dining, May 23

More French bistro cooking in the West Village, all you can eat Thai in Queens, and more restaurant news.

The QR-Code Menu Is Being Shown the Door
Dining, May 22

A dining innovation that once looked like the future has worn out its welcome with many restaurateurs, customers and servers who say it takes the joy out of dining.

Learn Korean Tea Ceremony Etiquette With a Tea Master
Dining, May 22

Sip tea or purchase some to go at Genesis House Restaurant, pick up a lavender cream mille crêpe cake from Lady M, and more food news.

For Diners With Deep Pockets, Dallas Is the New Dubai
Dining, May 22

The city’s booming economy is attracting a flock of luxury restaurants from other cities. Is that a good thing for local cuisine?

As Boston’s New Mayor Seeks Big Changes, Old Power Brokers Push Back
National, May 21

Mayor Michelle Wu is striving to keep her campaign promises, but powerful lobbies are throwing up roadblocks.

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s San Juan, Puerto Rico
Travel, May 19

The multi-hyphenate writer and performer spent his childhood summers on the Caribbean Island and offers a non-tourist’s take on the U.S. territory and its capital.

A Founding Member of This Church Was Enslaved by Its First Pastor
Metro, May 19

When the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church learned of its ties to slavery, it named its boardroom after Betsey Jackson, one of its 26 original members in 1808.

Outdoor Dining in New York City Is Here to Stay. (Just Not in Winter.)
Metro, May 19

City officials intend to pass a law that formally allows roadway dining sheds, but with some design guidelines.

Married Couple Behind the L.A. Restaurant Horses Trade Allegations of Violence
Dining, May 19

The high-profile chefs behind the celebrity magnet and several other restaurants have leveled troubling accusations at each other, including abuse and animal torture.

To Fight Rats, N.Y.C. Restaurants Will Have to Put Trash in Containers
Metro, May 18

The move, which would affect 40,000 food-related businesses in New York City, would mean the end of piles of black plastic bags at curbside.

36 Hours in Buenos Aires
Interactive, May 18

Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital, can feel overwhelming. But elegance can be found everywhere.

Where Vegetarians Are Always Welcome
Dining, May 16

Restaurant Review: A Trip That Began in Oaxaca Continues in the Bronx at Tobalá
Dining, May 16

A chef and his wife fell in love with the region on a vacation. Now they showcase its cuisine, from mezcal to edible ants.

Jaffa Cocktail + Raw Bar, From the Laser Wolf Team, Opens at the Hoxton in Williamsburg
Dining, May 16

The new bar from CookNSolo offers seafood, the Hamptons have plenty of new options, and more restaurant news.

A Churro-Style Cone for Soft-Serve at Mercado Little Spain
Dining, May 15

Sip Athletic Brewing’s latest nonalcoholic release, consult an app with restaurant advice from professionals and more food news.

The Restaurant Service Charge Isn’t Going Anywhere
Dining, May 15

These added-on fees confuse diners and even employees, but more owners are relying on them to help make a tough business work.

A New Hope for Manhattan’s Chino Latino Restaurants: TikTok
Dining, May 12

These fading institutions, where lo mein and mofongo are served side by side, have found a new customer base.

Friends Once ‘Escaped’ Her Cooking. Now, She’s One of the World’s Best Chefs.
Dining, May 11

Ana Ros broke through the boys’ club of fine dining, earning Hisa Franko in Slovenia two Michelin stars and a spot on the list of the world’s best restaurants.

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.