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The Prettiest Restaurant Plates in Paris
T Magazine, Yesterday

Meet the ceramists making beautiful dishes for some of the city’s chicest restaurants.

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Rotating Recipes at Chefs Club Counter in NoLIta
Food, March 28

The latest from Enrique Olvera opens, Angelica Kitchen closes, and other restaurant news.

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We’ll Always Have Paris, at Augustine
Food, March 28

Like Keith McNally’s other French restaurants, this new one is a lovely realm of nostalgia and unfussy food.

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Augustine
Slideshow, March 28

It doesn’t break new ground, but this new restaurant from Keith McNally does evoke a vintage Paris of memory.

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A Glimpse Inside Nobu Downtown
Food, March 28

After 23 Years in TriBeCa, the innovative Japanese restaurant chain will move its nerve center next week to a grand space in the financial district.

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In Brooklyn’s Kosher Pizza War, Modern Tastes Battle Ancient Law
N.Y. / Region, March 28

A civil dispute between two pizzerias in Crown Heights comes before a rabbinical court.

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Meat Is the Main Attraction at Manzo in Eataly Flatiron
Food, March 27

The restaurant Manzo now includes a glass-enclosed butcher room and a rotisserie.

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At 91, Ella Brennan Still Feeds (and Leads) New Orleans
Food, March 27

A hard-driving businesswoman, “Hurricane Ella” has mentored generations of chefs, including Paul Prudhomme and Emeril Lagasse.

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A Chia Bowl Recipe From ABC Home’s Newest Restaurant, ABCv
T Magazine, March 27

The Jean-Georges Vongerichten-helmed kitchen offers all high-vibrational, plant-based dishes. But what does that even mean?

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Canada Today: Restaurant Resentment and Cardboard Trudeaus
World, March 24

A growing ferment on Twitter about the new restaurant at Montreal’s government-owned casino, and an end to a life-size cardboard cutout.

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What to Cook, Watch, Listen To and More This Weekend
NYT Now, March 24

Tips for making the most of your weekend.

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5 Things T Editors Are Really Into Right Now
T Magazine, March 24

A by-no-means exhaustive list of great things we're stumbled upon.

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Semilla, Praised for Its Tasting Menu, Is Closing
Food, March 24

Saturday will be the final evening for the small chef’s counter in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

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A Barcelona Restaurant With a Dash of Creativity
Travel, March 24

Giuseppe Padula, the chef at Cometa Pla, is from southern Italy and aims to present sophisticated, healthy food.

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Adam Leonti Will Become Chef at Sessanta Instead of Harvey
Food, March 22

Tired of waiting for Harvey to open in the Williamsburg Hotel, the former Vetri chef will join John McDonald’s restaurant in SoHo.

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Tips From an Ambassador for Israeli Cuisine
Travel, March 22

Michael Solomonov, the chef at Zahav in Philadelphia, is the host of a new documentary film on Israel and its dynamic food scene.

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Alex Stupak Unveils His Empellón Flagship in Midtown Manhattan
Food, March 21

A move by James Kent, Masa Takayama’s non-sushi project moves forward, and other restaurant news.

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When the French Chef Becomes the Pitmaster’s Pupil
Food, March 21

The new executive chef at Benoit in New York, Laetitia Rouabah, is teaming up with Hometown Bar-B-Que’s pitmaster, Billy Durney.

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Treasures From the Sea, and Tastes From Singapore
Food, March 21

The cafe at the Asia Society is serving Peranakan food, a blend of Chinese and Malay recipes from Singapore, in conjunction with a shipwreck exhibition.

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Five Inexpensive Sushi Restaurants in New York
Interactive, March 21

Five restaurants that do sushi well for under $100.

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Testing the Limits of Trust, and Sushi, at Sugarfish
Food, March 21

The New York branch of a Los Angeles chain has plenty of efficiency and customers, but the fish options can be limited.

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Sugarfish by Sushi Nozawa
Slideshow, March 21

An outpost from a popular sushi chain in Los Angeles sets up shop in the Flatiron district.

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Jianbing in New York
Slideshow, March 20

Where to find this savory crepe with an omelet underbelly and a crackly heart of fried dough.

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At Indian Wells, Tennis Comes With a Generous Serving of Opulence
Sports, March 18

After the billionaire Larry Ellison purchased the tournament in 2009, a move toward the finer things in life began, from food and drink to amenities.

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Montreal Chefs Are Fuming Over a Casino’s French Import
Food, March 17

Many are angry that the Quebec government passed them over and chose the French chef Joël Robuchon to run a flagship restaurant.

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A Restaurant That Brings the Italian Coast to Miami Beach
Travel, March 17

Forte dei Marmi serves food kissed by a sea breeze, always a good idea in a sun-drenched location.

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Celebrating Food and Wine in Bordeaux
Travel, March 15

This port city in southwestern France has surpassed its wine reputation and become a full-fledged gastro hub.

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Is Gascony the Most Delicious Corner of France?
Travel, March 15

Even a week or so spent eating and drinking your way around this rural area of southwestern France is enough to spark a lifelong love affair.

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Museums With Such Good Taste (Meaning the Restaurant, Dear)
Arts, March 14

With elegant dishes and celebrity chefs, museum food has come a long way since the Met opened its cafeteria in 1954.

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Majorelle, Offering French Fare in the Lowell Hotel, to Open
Food, March 14

A financial district offering from the team behind Blue Ribbon; Jonathan Benno to leave Lincoln Ristorante; Le Périgord closes; and other restaurant news.

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Chefs Struggle Over Whether to Serve Up Politics
Food, March 14

Since the election, many restaurateurs have taken a stand on tough issues, especially immigration. But others are torn.

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A MacGyver of Slow-Cooked Meats at Franklin Barbecue
Food, March 14

Aaron Franklin, a new-traditionalist tinkerer, is producing exemplary brisket and long lines in Austin, Tex.

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Franklin Barbecue
Slideshow, March 14

The hourslong line is part of the experience in Austin, Tex.

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Mixing Food and Feminism, Bloodroot Is 40 and Still Cooking
Food, March 14

The bookstore and vegetarian restaurant in Bridgeport, Conn., has been following its appetites and ideals since it opened in 1977.

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Italian Food With Southern Soul
Food, March 13

At their four restaurants in Memphis, the chefs Andrew Ticer and Michael Hudman build Italian dishes with the local ingredients they love.

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A $2,000 Room and Stale Pastry? When Luxury Travel Goes Awry
Your Money, March 10

Bad service? A noisy room? If you’re paying top dollar, it’s wise to contact a manager as soon as possible.

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In Paris, a Place for Coffee, Cocktails and Small Plates
Travel, March 10

At Bonhomie in the 10th Arrondissement, food and drinks are built around the pillars of the Mediterranean diet in a warm, inviting setting.

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Butterfunk Kitchen Is Driven by Soul Food and Built on Memories
Food, March 9

Deviled eggs, deep-fried corn on the cob and scrapple honor the chef’s roots at this restaurant in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn.

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Butterfunk Kitchen
Slideshow, March 9

The menu in this restaurant in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn, is built on the memories of Nana’s kitchen.

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Indo-Chinese Food Is Hard to Find, Except in New Jersey
Travel, March 9

The fusion of Indian and Chinese food, native to Kolkata, is savored during a restaurant crawl on a four-mile stretch in suburban New Jersey.

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52 Places to Go: (Underwater) Maldives
Video, March 8

Visit an underwater restaurant in 360° video. The recently opened 5.8 Undersea Restaurant in the Maldives cultivates fine dining on your plate and a rich ecosystem of coral reef all around you.

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Joseph W. Rogers, a Founder of Waffle House, Dies at 97
Business Day, March 7

Mr. Rogers and a neighbor started with one restaurant in the Atlanta area in 1955. Today, the no-frills, 24-hour chain has nearly 1,900.

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Hand Rolls With Los Angeles Roots Find a Place in NoMad
Food, March 7

Danny Meyer plans for 2022, BrisketTown in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, closes, and other restaurant news.

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Who’s Setting Up Shop in Hotels? Big-Name Chefs
Food, March 7

The arrangement is on the rise in New York, offering benefits for both sides.

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Alinea Group of Chicago Opening Cocktail Lounges in New York
Food, March 6

The Aviary and the Office will move into the Mandarin Oriental New York on Columbus Circle.

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Tzatziki, Skordalia and Other Greek Dips Bring the Taverna Home
Food, March 6

The chef and restaurateur Maria Loi has introduced a new line of jarred specialties from her homeland.

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In Portland, Middle Eastern Flavors Meet a California Vibe
Travel, March 3

Tusk is a showcase for local Oregon ingredients viewed through a Middle Eastern lens.

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A Mediterranean Escape on the Upper East Side
N.Y. / Region, March 2

Korali, with its fresh seafood, Greek olive oil, airy décor and cheerful customer base, makes for the perfect ode to a taverna.

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Danny Meyer Plans Restaurant High Above Financial District
Food, March 2

Union Square Hospitality Group will run a restaurant and rooms for private events at the top of the former One Chase Manhattan Plaza, now known as 28 Liberty.

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A Different Kind of Alexandria Library, at Little Egypt
Food, March 2

A restaurant in Ridgewood, Queens, features shelves of groceries, a shrine to Egyptian history and fish from a chef who once worked by the docks.

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Little Egypt
Slideshow, March 2

The pleasures of Egyptian cooking within a humble storefront in Ridgewood, Queens.

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Villanelle, Serving Vegetable-Forward Fare, Opens in the East Village
Food, February 28

The latest from the Cipriani family, a bar adjacent to the Meatball Shop in Hell’s Kitchen, and other restaurant news.

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Stressed by Success, a Top Restaurant Turns to Therapy
Food, February 28

A psychologist goes to El Celler de Can Roca, a fine-dining restaurant in Spain, each week to help employees cope with their high-tension jobs.

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Utica Greens: A Central New York Staple With Multiple Identities
Food, February 28

Tracing the origins of an Italian-American dish beloved in the central part of the state, but not much beyond.

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Profile in Style: Sean MacPherson
Slideshow, February 28

He quietly changed the landscape of downtown Manhattan and Los Angeles with his empire of restaurants and hotels.

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At Fort Lauderdale’s Mai-Kai, It’s Always Tiki Time
Travel, February 28

David Levy, who runs the enduring Mai-Kai, talks about its stage show, the annual festival called the Hukilau, and famous drinks like the rum barrel.