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This gleaming three-story food court Food Gallery 32--with plenty of seating, some dramatic, on all levels--is about as good as these institutions get. Food is cooked to... More »
This congenial neighborhood cafe peddles small wonders like proper seltzer, a strong Tom Collins, and delicious country-style pate. At lunch, the sandwiches are... More »
In its original location two blocks north, Out of the Kitchen was mainly a cookie and cupcake bakery, with a few sandwiches and hot carryout meals. Now a liquor... More »
Some people complain about long waits and rude service, but we'll assume they just weren't pretty enough to be there anyway. Moving on: The place has mellowed out... More »
Marching in the footsteps of Republic and Kelley & Ping, Noodle Bar is way more creative when it comes to pan-Asian noodle and rice dishes, though the thumb-size cafe; may be... More »
Against all odds, it works. Here's the list of ingredients of the slice known as Zen at Viva Herbal: green-tea-herbed miso-tofu, green-tea basil pesto, shiitake... More »
A cozy West Village coffeehouse with a genuine appreciation for the origins of their food. The menu boasts of Caprese salad with Joe's Dairy mozzarella, a local turkey and gouda... More »
Almost vegan Gobo--which possesses a familial connection to the Zen Palate chain--is one of Manhattan's odder restaurants. The menu goes for the global, moving effortlessly from... More »
Despite landing in a space that had spelled death for several previous restaurants, Westville is thriving, thronged with diners who relish the informal atmosphere and breezy... More »
This joint has got personality to spare: a friendly staff that seems like a museum of physical types, a small dining room filled with fiercely loyal regulars, and a quirky menu... More »
Once a D.C.-based Baltimore Club DJ best known for remixing tracks like Waka Flocka Flame’s “No Hands,” Dave Nada left the DMV on the strength of Moombahton, the fusion dance genre he stumbled upon when he slowed Dutch house to reggaeton tempos in order to better rock a party for his younger cousin. More than three years later, the genre is only getting bigger, and the recent...
"Erë Pranverore," the jazziest number on Duni's elegant new ECM tribute to the music of her Albanian homeland, was once banned by the nation's communist government after its first and only performance (by Vaçe Zela) in 1962. Duni and her quartet, which features the sublimely spare pianist Colin Vallon, have transformed this and other nearly forgotten Albanian folk songs into...
"Mmm, this gravy is delicious," my Taiwanese-Canadian friend exclaimed as she spooned up giant bites of rice swamped with a savory brown sauce. In between, she took stabs at heaps of pickled mustard greens and steamed bok choi. Indeed, she polished off the polished grain and foliage before she even appraised the formidable pair of pork chops that sprawled across her plate. When she finally...
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