Fusion grill offers twist on Thai traditions

Fusion grill offers twist on Thai traditions

January 30, 2013
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When you think of Thai food, the first things that probably come to mind are either pad Thai or hot chilies. Qi Thai Grill, a restaurant that opened in Williamsburg earlier this month, strives to expand the horizons of the Thai food connoisseur. Unlike most fusion restaurants, Qi aims to introduce a... Read more »

New West Village bakery serves best dough in the city

New West Village bakery serves best dough in the city

January 28, 2013
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At Bien Cuit, the West Village’s newest bakery, owner and founder Zachary Golper serves the best of all dough in the city. Bien Cuit is known for its miche, a type of perfectly circular loaf made with a blend of rye and wheat flours. Each loaf is crunchy on the outside and soft and pillowy on the... Read more »

Gramercy restaurant sticks to Mediterranean edibles

Gramercy restaurant sticks to Mediterranean edibles

December 4, 2012
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Last Thursday, the Gramercy Park neighborhood welcomed the newest addition to its fine dining scene, STIX Mediterranean Grill. It is insufficient to say that STIX opens its doors to the neighborhood — it opens its home to all of New York City. Emphasizing a farm-to-table concept and affordable yet... Read more »

Da Marcella hopes to satisfy the stomach and nourish the mind

Da Marcella hopes to satisfy the stomach and nourish the mind

November 27, 2012
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Live BlogRarely do we come across a restaurant that intends to do more than just make money. A restaurant is a business, after all. But for Manuel Moreno, one of the founders of Da Marcella Taverna, a restaurant should fulfill a need in society. Thamail order viagra in ukt is, it should look at customers as pe... Read more »

Get your guac on Wednesday at these restaurants

Get your guac on Wednesday at these restaurants

November 13, 2012
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Kosher cook queen gives creative advice at book release

Kosher cook queen gives creative advice at book release

October 30, 2012
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The best piece of advice that Susie Fishbein, world-famous kosher cook and author, can give us is that good cooks don’t need cookbooks. “The key is to cook intuitively,” she said at the start of the Tuesday book release of the 8th edition of her book, “Kosher by Design Cooking Coach.” “... Read more »

Top five spots for chicken wings in NYC

Top five spots for chicken wings in NYC

September 25, 2012
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Regularly conceived as the most sensational type of bar food, chicken wings have adapted to the fancies of countless taste buds. There are now Japanese wings with soy sauce, Thai wings with cilantro, vegan wings, boneless wings and, of course, eternally classic barbecue wings. Here is a list of finger-lickin’... Read more »

NYC celebrates French cuisine with unique eats

NYC celebrates French cuisine with unique eats

September 18, 2012
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It is never hard to deliver splendor to the palate in this city of culinary diversity. With its notable repertoire of exquisite dishes, French cuisine never fails to serve up foie gras, frog legs and croquembouche. This year, French Restaurant Week is taking place from Sept. 17 to Sept. 30, with 55 participating... Read more »

NYU alum finds food industry success

NYU alum finds food industry success

September 11, 2012
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Customer experience is of the utmost significance when it comes to the hospitality industry — especially through the eyes of entrepreneurial powerhouse and marketing genius Margaret Zakarian. Zakarian is one of the owners of The Lambs Club, a premier New York City restaurant. She focuses on conceptualizing... Read more »