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David Chang’s Memoir, ‘Eat a Peach,’ Provides Food for Thought
Book Review, Yesterday

The restaurateur, television personality and podcast host lays his life on the table with bracing candor.

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87% of N.Y.C. Bars and Restaurants Fell Short on Rent
Metro, September 23

Despite a plethora of outdoor dining and the plans to allow some indoor dining by next week, the outlook for the food service industry is grim.

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9 of Every 10 Restaurants and Bars in N.Y.C. Can’t Pay Full Rent
Metro, September 22

A survey conducted by an industry group found that many establishments were still facing a financial crisis even after opening for outdoor dining.

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Korean-Inspired Dishes at Umma by Noodlelove
Dining, September 22

Paellas at Turnstyle Underground Market, a move for German’s Soup and more restaurant news.

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A Burmese Kitchen That Combines Fidelity and Freedom
Dining, September 21

While other restaurants have simplified their dishes for takeout, Rangoon offers complex reasons to dine in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

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Beard Foundation Will Announce a Few More Awards, Despite a Vow Not To
Dining, September 21

After declaring that giving awards was not ‘the right thing to do’ this year, the group will name three design honorees, adding new confusion to the process.

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Small Businesses Need Rent Breaks. But Landlords Are in Crisis, Too.
Metro, September 19

Some landlords are adjusting rent, while others hold firm. Their decisions are reshaping New York City’s neighborhoods.

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Inside the Social World of Shift-Scheduling Apps
Styles, September 18

There’s no such thing as remote restaurant work. But there is HotSchedules.

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How a Restaurateur and Activist Spends Her Sundays
Metropolitan, September 18

When she has free time, Claire Sprouse makes a point of supporting small local businesses, since she runs one herself.

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A Covid Surcharge on Restaurant Checks? Some Owners Are Wary
Dining, September 17

New York City will soon let restaurants add a temporary charge of up to 10 percent as help in the pandemic, but reaction in the business is divided.

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Unable to Pay Rent, Small Businesses Hope for a Deal With Their Landlord
Business, September 17

Months of pandemic-related closures have left many business owners too deeply in debt to survive without concessions or deferrals.

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Everything You Love About Tomatoes, Amplified
Magazine, September 16

Rich, vegetal and just a little bit sweet, this slow-roasted tomato made me fully understand why tomatoes are a fruit.

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The Perfect Moment for Vegan Tacos
Dining, September 15

Hibiscus asada, vegetable trompos and nutty chorizos — thanks to creative cooks in Los Angeles, meatless tacos are thriving in the pandemic era.

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The Tyger, From the Chinese Tuxedo Team, Opens
Dining, September 15

The latest from Claudia Berroa of Claudy’s Gourmet, a pop-up wine bar from Parcelle, and more restaurant news.

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A Delicious Escape to France
Dining, September 14

A new film looks at a working holiday in France taken by the chef David Kinch and his Manresa kitchen team.

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Sourdoughs and Whole-Wheat Loaves, Oh My
Dining, September 14

These offerings from Eli’s Bread on the Upper East Side have found restaurant fans, too.

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Daniel Boulud’s Next Restaurant Nods to a New York Classic
Business, September 14

He’s naming a new Midtown place for the fabled Le Pavillon, but it will focus on seafood and forgo much of the original’s opulence.

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The Maitre d’ Will Take Your Temperature Now
Science, September 13

Fever checks are becoming de rigueur in many workplaces and restaurants, even though federal health officials say they are of limited value.

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Terence Conran, Designer and Retail Magnate, Is Dead at 88
Obits, September 12

An entrepreneur of mercurial moods and missionary zeal, he created an empire to market his designs and later opened restaurants in London, Paris and New York.

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The Ugly Side of New York’s Outdoor Dining Renaissance
Metropolitan, September 10

When sidewalk cafes collide with the city’s inadequate response to homelessness.

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After 43 Years, the Wine Sentinel of the River Café Stands Down
Dining, September 10

Joseph DeLissio, “a blue-collar kid in a white-collar job,” saw the rise of American wine culture and put together an ever-changing, world-class list.

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The Line Dance of the Pandemic
Styles, September 10

In the era of socially distanced shopping, people seem willing to wait for just about anything.

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A Freshly Killed Chicken Is Mightier Than the Coronavirus
Op Ed, September 10

How Hong Kong’s food culture has adapted to epidemic after epidemic, fending off disease while saving its favorite dishes, and its soul.

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How to Save Restaurants
Op Ed, September 10

Rebuilding the restaurant business requires a new model for its labor.

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Beard Foundation Undercut Integrity of Its Awards, Panel Says
Dining, September 9

The committee that administers the restaurant prizes says leaders compromised the process by proposing a revote, after its winners included no Black people.

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N.Y.C. to Allow Indoor Dining, in Milestone on Recovery From Pandemic
Metro, September 9

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced that restaurants can open for indoor service at 25 percent capacity, starting on Sept. 30.

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Outdoor Dining for Ceetay and Hudson Smokehouse in Mott Haven
Dining, September 8

It is the first South Bronx setup of the Rockwell Group’s DineOut NYC systems installed across the city.

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Paella to Go From Mercado Little Spain
Dining, September 7

José Andrés’s market in Hudson Yards now sells paella, pan included, for pickup or delivery, and paella kits for those farther afield.

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The Battle Over Biscuits and Gravy at the 11-Worth Cafe
Politics, September 5

In “levelheaded” Omaha, a protester was killed and, in the aftermath, people demanding an end to racial injustice set their sights on police budgets — and a diner with Robert E. Lee on the menu.

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In Louisiana, Love for a Chinese Restaurant and Its Magnetic Owner
Dining, September 4

For years, Lucky Palace has drawn fans for its intriguing wine list. Now, they come to help their dear friend Kuan Lim in his time of need.

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One Man’s Plea to His City Council: Rename Boneless Wings
Express, September 3

“Nothing about boneless chicken wings actually comes from the wing of a chicken,” he told the Lincoln, Neb., council. “We’ve been living a lie for far too long.”

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Taco Mix FonteNova, With Cemitas, Tacos and More, Opens in the Bronx
Dining, September 1

A new spot from the team behind Osamil, a new cocktail cafe, and more restaurant news.

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As Food Deliveries Boom, So Do Ghost Kitchens
Dining, September 1

Several new companies and models have emerged to help restaurants by making food off-site, and even delivering it.

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The State Fair Is Canceled. Deep-Fried Oreos Are Not.
Dining, September 1

Food vendors and their devoted fans are going to great lengths, from drive-throughs to phone apps, to keep the corn dogs and chickens-on-a-stick flowing.

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Help! What Are the Best Precautions When Traveling by Car?
Travel, September 1

Our columnist answers your coronavirus-related questions about health and safety on road trips.

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A Documentary on Women in the Restaurant Business
Dining, August 31

The 29-minute film follows three professionals as they manage working in male-dominated spaces.

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Learn to Shuck Oysters at Seamore’s
Dining, August 31

The location in Battery Park City offers a 90-minute session with socially distant seating.

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A Local Alternative to the Big Delivery Apps, in Los Angeles
Dining, August 31

Modeled after food delivery services in Seoul, a tiny Koreatown business keeps neighborhood restaurants running through the pandemic.

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This Zucchini Tian Is Nonna-Inspired Cooking at Restaurant Speed
Magazine, August 26

Set in a skillet for efficiency, layers of thinly sliced summer vegetables drenched in quality olive oil become one.

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Our Lives Happen in Restaurants
Interactive, June 16

Renowned writers remember some of their funniest, best, strangest and most memorable meals out.

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12 Restaurants America Loves. With Recipes!
Interactive, May 26

We’re making food from our favorite restaurants at home.

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The Downtown New York Restaurant With a Who’s Who List of Devotees
Interactive, April 13

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.

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How the Virus Transformed the Way Americans Spend Their Money
Interactive, April 11

Airlines and movie theaters are hurting. Grocery stores and streaming services are raking it in.