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You thought your kid, of all kids, would love chickpeas and carob and seaweed and squash blossoms; that their first word would be pho or fondue or at least something that sounds like — could it be? — Mo-Mo-Fu-Ku; that they’d love Blue Hill as much as Big Bird and...More »

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You’ve no doubt seen these stats before, but they bear repeating: President Trump’s government shutdown has now lasted 26 days, famously the longest in United States history. During this time, some 800,000 government employees have not received a paycheck while they’ve still worked in essential jobs like airport security. Going...More »

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The veggie burger boom shows no signs of slowing down. One of the biggest names in the field is, of course, the Impossible Burger from Silicon Valley start-up Impossible Foods, which last week rolled out version 2.0 of its high-tech patty. (At the Consumer Electronics Show, no less!) And...More »

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Not even a full day has passed since President Donald Trump’s Feast of the Seven Hamburgers. Yet it’s already clear that it could be, for all the wrong reasons, the White House’s most iconic meal in modern times. How could carrots from the garden possibly compete with Big Macs...More »

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Alex Stupak’s Empellón al Pastor is the gruffer, metal-loving younger sibling of the chef’s restaurant group, a place to drink mezcal piña coladas and eat jalapeño poppers. Originally conceived as a bar that served only its namesake taco, the East Village haunt has evolved since it opened in 2014...More »

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Alex Stupak’s Empellón al Pastor is the gruffer, metal-loving younger sibling of the chef’s restaurant group, a place to drink mezcal piña coladas and eat jalapeño poppers. Originally conceived as a bar that served only its namesake taco, the East Village haunt has evolved since it opened in 2014...More »

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Last night, as you have no doubt already heard, President Trump welcomed members of the Clemson University football team to the White House to celebrate their victory over the University of Alabama’s Crimson Tide in the national championship. The team and Clemson staff were greeted with a massive feast comprised...More »

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After today, you might actually want to go to Times Square, thanks to Meaghan Dorman, who, as a partner and head bartender at the Thousand Best–worthy Raines Law Room and Dear Irving, has now expanded her empire uptown.

Called Dear Irving on Hudson, the sleek new...More »

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Ever since Instagram was invented, restaurateurs have been involved in an ever-escalating war of Frankenfoods. Turns out the joke is on them for wasting all that time and money on Cronut knockoffs and dyed bagels. A plain old photo of a nicely freckled egg became the world’s most-liked Instagram post...More »

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Certain petty crimes stand high above the rest, setting a new standard for debauchery. There’s the woman who attempted to steal a live lobster from a Red Lobster, the lady who was arrested for attempting to faithfully recreate a certain dance move from Dirty Dancing in a wine...More »

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