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The Times-Picayune reports that Adam Seger, a well-known bartender, was arrested yesterday in New Orleans. Seger is 48 and works in Chicago and New York. He’s best known for devising the Seelbach cocktail, and he also created the drinks for iPic Theaters, the dine-in movie-theater complex where he...More »

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Hampton Creek — er, JUST, Inc. — may have reportedly struggled to find investors last year, following a buyback scandal. One thing Josh Tetrick, its founder, hasn’t run out of? Chances, it seems: The company has rolled out its latest product, called Just Egg, which does not contain any...More »

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Just a few months ago, it seemed like there might not be enough lobster to go around come summertime, but as it turns out, we’re going to be just fine. And while it’s tempting to keep it simple with plain steamed lobster and a side of melted butter, or...More »

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At a Politico event in D.C. on Tuesday, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced the organization would start targeting plant-based beverages that call themselves “milk.” “If you look at our standards of identity, there is a reference … to a lactating animal. An almond doesn’t lactate, I will confess,” he...More »

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Everyone wants a piece of Eduardo Jordan, the James Beard Award–winning chef of Salare and JuneBaby in Seattle, and that apparently includes Olmsted’s Greg Baxtrom.

The Prospect Heights restaurant announced a one-night pop-up collaborative dinner with Jordan on July 30. Dishes from both of his restaurants will be featured. The...More »

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Sandy José Nuñez works as a bartender at the Aviary, the city’s de facto home of molecular mixology, tucked away in a svelte corner of the Time Warner Center’s 35th floor. Nuñez is usually preoccupied with deconstructed Bloody Marys and Champagne and Sichuan-pepper-infused Scotch cocktails, but his thoughts...More »

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Until a gentrification-driven rebranding in the 1960s, Carroll Gardens was considered part of Red Hook. Now, it’s separated from that evolving neighborhood by the Gowanus Expressway, and bounded elsewhere by Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Gowanus, and — speaking of rebranding — the Columbia Street Waterfront District. Foodwise, bakeries and...More »

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French butchers are crying kale. In the latest front between the meatheads and the plant-based. Shop owners say that vegans are breaking windows and scrawling graffiti on shops, showering them in fake blood, and generally vandalizing their stores. The meat men are so intimidated by the cauliflower contingent that...More »

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They’re taking the porterhouses to Tokyo. Peter Luger is the most famous steakhouse in Brooklyn, if not all of New York (and, therefore, the world), where it’s served chops in the shadow of the Williamsburg Bridge for 130 years. It’s so popular that people at least accept that it’s...More »

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The work of Walt Whitman, born 200 years ago next May, in part informed the name for Union Square Hospitality Group’s newest restaurant. Manhatta has 90 seats on the 60th floor of 28 Liberty, the redone landmark Financial District building formerly known as One Chase Manhattan Plaza,...More »

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