Seasonal fare in a TriBeCa townhouse, Hart’s reopens and more restaurant news.
Seasonal fare in a TriBeCa townhouse, Hart’s reopens and more restaurant news.
At Cadence, the chef Shenarri Freeman remakes dishes from her Black Southern heritage without animal products.
Pekin Noodle Parlor, one of the nation’s oldest Chinese restaurants, says goodbye to its longtime owner but holds tight to its colorful past and city.
Cornbread, black-eyed peas and other classics are made without animal products at Cadence in the East Village.
The rise of the Delta variant of the coronavirus has raised new questions about how the vaccinated can stay safe and avoid breakthrough infections. We asked the experts for advice.
Monica Muzzo Romero, as of late an arepa restaurateur, has opened a new venture, a deli called Romero.
Readers discuss the pros and cons of the dining sheds. Also: Masking up in the subway; the police and the juvenile brain.
The stalls are overflowing, and this fresh three-course dinner from David Tanis puts that bounty to work.
Despite confusing health mandates and vocal opposition, many businesses are taking their own steps, including requiring vaccination proof to dine in.
The 28,000-square-foot, four-story Great Jones Distilling Company will open in August with a cocktail bar, a tasting room and more.
A garage turned coffee shop and a restaurant fixing up Mustangs in the basement: The car scene is expanding beyond a high-end racetrack country club.
La larga historia del restaurante de Miami con los manifestantes y juerguistas continúa con las recientes protestas que denuncian la escasez de alimentos y medicinas en Cuba.
Changes for Blue Hill in Greenwich Village and By Chloe, a Greek restaurant goes global, and more dining news.
At these Los Angeles spots, creative Japanese rice balls inspired by home cooking are made to order.
Topped, filled and wrapped onigiri are portable, but best eaten right away.
The Miami restaurant’s long history for protesters and revelers continues, with recent demonstrations denouncing shortages of food and medicine in Cuba.
Fueled by a desire for touchless transactions, QR codes popped up everywhere in the pandemic. Businesses don’t want to give them up.
The founders of the city’s beloved Bao restaurants hosted an intimate, artistic evening at their Forest Gate home.
An investigation by the New York State attorney general describes a culture of widespread sexual harassment and retaliation at the Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group.
Three neighborhoods offer art, great food (and drinks), river breezes and lush green space — not to mention amazing views. And, for now, there’s still plenty of elbow room.
With daily reports of breakthrough infections and the rise of the Delta variant, vaccinated people may need to take a few more precautions. Here’s what you need to know.
We now have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to remake our streets.
A steak made from a beet, James Shalom’s fashion debut — and more.
A family prepared to evacuate as the Bootleg Fire burned closer to their home and restaurant. In another town, T-shirts memorialized the nation’s largest blaze.
Is it profiteering — or justice?
This riff on a classic chef’s salad has a bit of everything in each bite.
From storied Santa Maria tri-tip on the Central Coast, to barbacoa in Los Angeles, to hot links in West Oakland, the rules for slow-and-low are constantly rewritten here.
A new project from a Tuscan butcher, a new location for Gabriel’s Bar & Restaurant, and more restaurant news.
Never before have so many restaurants offered food to go. Here, a guide to what to pick up and what to pack it in, plus two easy recipes for dining al fresco.
There’s Mark’s the lox-and-bagel place, Mark’s the refined coffee shop and Mark’s the Italian restaurant. Our critic tries them all.
The industry has started to recover, but many businesses are still struggling. It is hoped the promotion, through Aug. 22, will help.
Roni Mazumdar and Chintan Pandya, of the restaurants Adda and Dhamaka in New York City, have big plans for fast-casual Indian food.
Kelewele, a new business in the Dekalb Food Market, has a vegan menu where plantains take top billing.
The stresses of the pandemic and the demands for equity have moved many independent-restaurant workers to start labor-union drives. Will they get results?
For decades the powerful restaurateur knew exactly how to keep people coming back to his downtown spots. Has he figured out a new formula?
In the high-stakes world of truffle hunting, the bond between human and animal may be priceless, but the economics are real.
Chronically underpaid and undervalued, restaurant workers are now in high demand, and the power balance may be shifting for good.
“Roadrunner” takes an intimate look at Mr. Bourdain’s career and his struggles, using archival footage and interviews from members of his inner circle.
Readers urge Democrats to be more aggressive in preserving an essential part of democracy. Also: The Delta variant; Tennessee's rejection of science; artistic dreams; bad behavior at restaurants.
The owners of Apt Cape Cod, a farm-to-table restaurant in Brewster, Mass., drew a line in the sand against customers’ rude behavior since being allowed to fully reopen.
Maki rolls, robata and more in NoHo, a burger focus for the Breslin, and more restaurant news.
The Manhattan branch of a famous Tokyo yakitori restaurant shows that you shouldn’t underestimate neck skin and cartilage.
At Torien, the yakitori chefs tailor the cooking technique to each part of the chicken’s anatomy.
As the pandemic ebbs, the Loop and nearby neighborhoods have roared back to life. Here, eight great spots to hit while the weather’s hot.
Food donations began pouring in soon after the apartment building fell in Surfside, Fla. Now restaurants are mobilizing a long-term effort to feed the community.
Readers make the case that Donald Trump has earned that distinction. Also: Edgar Snow’s China reporting; bypassed by the recovery; outdoor dining in the pandemic.
On Tuesday, The Times’s critic called it “the restaurant of the summer.” On Wednesday morning, the chefs called it off.
A community-supported agriculture program puts down roots, Levantine cuisine in Chelsea, and more restaurant news.
Two avidly followed pop-ups, Ha’s Dac Biet and Kreung, have taken over the wood fires and the picnic tables of this seasonal venue in Brooklyn.
The seasonal restaurant Outerspace in Brooklyn is sponsoring two pop-up kitchens, one focused on Vietnamese food and the other on Cambodian cuisine.
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.