Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
In praise of the restaurants where you can definitely get a seat and still enjoy a fantastic meal.
A Cipriani in an upscale food hall, seafood sharing a West Village space with a breakfast spot, and more restaurant news.
Nonna Dora’s Pasta Bar offers about 20 varieties of pasta, all made by an 86-year-old chef, Nonna Dora herself.
Nonna Dora’s Pasta Bar, in Manhattan, mostly dispenses with large servings of fish and meat, so you can concentrate on the good stuff.
A number of restaurants are betting that Americans want to get gussied up again, but not everyone is thrilled about the fashion screening.
Rethinking what the region’s travel should be has meant expanding the focus from fairy tale castle crawls to experiences anchored more firmly in nature, food and the arts.
The Great Resignation was in fact a moment many people traded up for a better-paying gig.
The latest outpost of Major Food Group’s exclusive ZZ’s Club, to open in Hudson Yards by year’s end, will feature a private edition of Carbone restaurant.
You asked, we answered.
Mexican fare from the Mermaid Inn team, inventive fusion with roots in Korean cuisine, and more restaurant news.
There are no trade-offs for convenience at the new restaurant from the Dhamaka team, serving Indian fried chicken and other dishes that are ready in five minutes or less.
Fried chicken, potato patties and cauliflower are the draw at Rowdy Rooster in the East Village.
Plus: a new model of Hermès’s Kelly watch and more from T’s cultural compendium.
Caleb Ganzer, who had scaled the heights of the high-end wine trade, was caught on video setting fires. An agreement with prosecutors could result in charges against him being dismissed.
The restaurant group will bring its brand of Brooklyn Italian fare to a new development in East Nashville.
A new pizzeria in Brooklyn strays from the slice-shop template.
Not far from where his parents ran a Brooklyn pizzeria, Salvatore Carlino makes his pies. Some he invented, others are tributes to classic styles.
A sake bar from Sushi Nakazawa’s finest, Brazilian in Midtown West, and more restaurant news.
In San Francisco, the hallmark seafood stew can be — and often is — a tired menu item, but our critic finds that the right version still thrills.
The cafe and farmers’ market offers prepared items, produce and pantry staples in an affordable housing unit near Far Rockaway.
In a city pummeled by political upheaval, economic downturn and the pandemic, bare-bones ‘two dishes and rice’ restaurants have become a go-to destination across all social classes.
Carsten Höller’s latest work is a dining establishment, a social experiment — and a celebrity magnet.
Royal culture, historic sites and traditional British experiences are catnip to Americans who have missed traveling across the pond. A visitors’ guide.
Because no two moms are the same.
Mike Solomonov and Steve Cook’s latest arrives in Brooklyn; an Eataly Downtown spot pivots; and more restaurant news.
The founders of the New York-based restaurant chain have a new, vibrantly photographed cookbook with all the essentials.
There is an estimated multibillion-dollar market in Japan for food you can't eat. The craftsmanship can be extraordinary.
We spent three months with the owner of Saigon Social, a Vietnamese restaurant on the Lower East Side that has only ever existed in pandemic-era limbo.
How a controversial religion from Korea quietly built an empire of raw fish.
The 50 places in America we’re most excited about right now.
The country this summer began requiring patrons to show proof of vaccination to eat at restaurants or visit other public spaces — similar to rules that will begin to be enforced in New York City today.
Recently opened bars and restaurant are paying homage to the spots they replaced during the pandemic.
The pandemic closed borders, halted air travel and emptied destinations of tourists. As its first anniversary nears, we look at how six places dependent on the industry have adapted to the disruption.
After Chinatown's biggest restaurant announced it would be closing indoor dining, workers and supporters protested the move.
Average per-capita case counts in New York City are 64 percent higher than they were in December, when Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo banned indoor dining.
She twice escaped war in China, and eventually landed in an America that was hungry for a new kind of Asian cuisine.
As the pandemic lockdown cleared the roads and as governments instituted popular programs to keep restaurants and small businesses alive, communities have gotten a glimpse at what the city is like when the streets are reimagined. New Yorkers don’t...
Wander down Doyers Street and then discover the monuments, parks and restaurants that have shaped the neighborhood for 150 years.
After months of lockdown, restaurant owners in this Queens neighborhood finally had a reason to be optimistic: indoor dining had returned.
Renowned writers remember some of their funniest, best, strangest and most memorable meals out.
From the start, Omen was a gathering place for artists, writers, actors and designers — 40 years later, in a vastly different city, it still is.
Airlines and movie theaters are hurting. Grocery stores and streaming services are raking it in.
Since its opening in 2017, the d’Arenberg Cube in McLaren Vale has attracted about 1,000 visitors each day, making it one of South Australia’s most popular tourist destinations.
Glaskogen offers over 80 lakes, more than 180 miles of hiking trails — and proximity to other delightfully low-key attractions.
Japanese-inspired businesses are sprouting up — from fashion labels and boutiques to a new hotel — along with new Japanese-influenced places to eat and drink.
At Sakib, the menu reads like an exhaustive listing of street food from the Levant.
The chef Jappy Afzelius, who trained with Alain Ducasse, cooks loose, unfussy and liberated versions of classic Filipino dishes at this restaurant named for gossip.
At Dua Kafe, in the East Village, a parade of dishes embody an enveloping, voluptuous richness that is as much an embrace of life as it is of food.
The celebrated (and talkative) chef Orhan Yegen brings his repertoire of subtle braises, soups, and stews from Turkey to Astoria, Queens.
At this modestly outfitted restaurant in Sunnyside, Queens, you can eat pupusas the Salvadoran way — with your hands.
Marky’s Caviar, a Florida company, opens a New York branch; Joe Ogrodnek of Dover and Battersby, unveils a rooftop bar; and more restaurant news.
Hearty northwestern Chinese fare in the East Village, a highly regarded Vietnamese restaurant’s coffee bar, and more restaurant news.