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Articles about "Restaurants"

  • "Streateries" Transforming NYC Dining By Kristina Kennedy-Aguero | September 14, 2020

    NYC bars and restaurants have had to adapt, evolve, and improvise to survive the COVID-19 crisis, and the new outdoor dining areas, known as “streateries”, are showcasing the creativity, resourcefulness, and imagination of dining establishment owners.

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  • The Chef of The Century Prepares to Open New NYC Restaurant at 100 East 53rd Street By Kristina Kennedy-Aguero | May 09, 2018

    Famed chef Joël Robuchon is opening a new restaurant in one of the hottest new Manhattan residential buildings.

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  • Restaurant Week Winter 2015: 7 Neighborhood Spots to Try By Serena Horrigan | February 17, 2015

    Restaurant Week 2015 offers myriad options for deal-seeking epicureans. We've focused on both new and established restaurants that vitalize neighborhoods.

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  • 57th Street's Restaurants Complement Rising Towers By Jonathan Tuason | April 18, 2014

    Midtown is continuing to cement its spot as the place to be.  The upwards expansion of condominium towers, like Extell’s buzzing One57, has set up a growth-conducive environment for an area that was previously left unconsidered by homehunters.  Restaurants, taking advantage of the new developments, have Read More

  • NYC New Restaurant Roundup By Peter Black | December 13, 2013

      Burger and Lobster - Flatiron London based mini-chain Burger and Lobster is coming to New York. These relatively upscale, chic restaurants only have three items on their menu: $20 burgers (somewhat ridiculous), $20 lobster rolls (reasonable), and $20 whole grilled lobsters (very reasonable). All three look delicious.  

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  • NYC Restaurant Grading: F? By Peter Black | November 21, 2013

    New York City’s restaurant grading system is under attack. Implemented by Michael Bloomberg in 2010, the program is one of the soon-to-be former mayor’s many health initiatives. Although the grades are certainly more reasonable than Bloomberg’s infamous Big Gulp proposal, the system continues to irk many restaurant owners. 

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