30 Nov KUTSHER'S TRIBECA

Pastrami on rye? Matzoh ball soup? Quinoa Varnishkes? Charoset chopped salad and it's not even close to Passover? Lots of classic dishes take on a modern spin with the Jewish deli re-imagined at KUTSHER'S TRIBECA. With its heritage in the borscht belt hotel...

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14 Nov PARM

PARM, the new resto from the folks at TORRISI ITALIAN SPECIALTIES is a star player in everything parmigiana. Cool retro style and hefty comfort fare make this the likely first in a chain of hero hot spots. 248 Mulberry Street (between Prince and...

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25 Oct TERTULIA FOR LUNCH

Add lunch to the menu at TERTULIA. Sidle in with daytime ease for tasty Spanish-minded eats at this newly minted resto where nighttime and weekend crowds  make dinner and brunch a bit of a challenge. 359 6th Avenue, between Washington Place and West...

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19 Oct UPSTATE OYSTER BAR

UPSTATE for a tight menu of superior seafood paired to cheese plates.  Thirsty? Lots of crafty drafts on hand at this sliver village spot. 95 1st Avenue,  btwn 6th & 7th Streets. No res.  www.upstatenyc.com...

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14 Jun The EATORIALIST: FLOWER POWER

Flower shaped foods. To name a few:  generic molds (puddings, jellos and your occasional liver mouse) that adorn many a budget buffet; a vegetable garnish that rarely looks like a flower but rather some oddly chopped radish or mutilated carrot; and, the "fruit...

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31 May GOING DUTCH

THE DUTCH is SUPER. Style, food and service come together in a restaurant and restaurant meal to remember. 131 Sullivan Street, Corner of Prince Street,www.thedutchnyc.com. CAPITAL YUM!!!!...

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14 Apr Nicole Farhi Closed

April 13, 2011: Nicole Farhi's 202 is gone. The vintage home and clothing retailer meets English-edged resto that fronted Chelsea Market is not a JAMES BEARD FOUNDATION food-court-like pop-up shop. Easy not to forget the FOOD NETWORK with its branding making its mark.  JBFLTD, here...

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