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  1. Harbs Bring Japanese Cakes to Chelsea; Caffe dei Fiori and Tarallucci e Vino Go Italian on the UESRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | Eater

    Chelsea: Harbs, the popular Japanese cake shop, has opened its first location outside of its native country, right here in NYC. There are freshly baked cakes using ingredients like matcha and red bean imported form Japan on the menu, that will set diners back a whopping $12 a slice.

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  2. Streets BK will Unleash Global Street Food on the 'Burg; Branch Ofc. Goes Vintage in Crown HeightsRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 4 | Eater

    Williamsburg: Signage is up for a place called Streets BK just down the street from Diner at 53 Broadway. The website's pretty bare bones for the moment, but the Instagram account promises "a new street food concept coming soon."

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  3. Prime Meats, Briskettown, and More Now Deliver to a Lot of Brooklyn Thanks to CaviarRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 4 | Eater

    The high-end delivery service launches in Brooklyn today, bringing good food to most of the borough. This morning Caviar, the high-end, deliver-anywhere delivery service that has been bringing things like Mission Cantina burritos and Root & Bone fried chicken to Manhattanites' doorsteps for about a year now, launches service in Brooklyn.

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  4. 10 Old-Fashioned Italian-American Restaurants to Try in BrooklynRead the original story

    Monday Dec 1 | Eater

    Eater critic Robert Sietsema offers a list of five must-try Italian American restaurants in Brooklyn, plus five that are also noteworthy for food and atmosphere. Near the end of the 19th century, Italian-America cuisine was invented by housewives from regions like Campania, Apulia, and Sicily who arrived in America to find many of the ingredients they were accustomed to cooking with simply not available.

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  5. How Gotham West Market Set Out to Change the Idea of What a Food Court Can BeRead the original story

    Monday Dec 1 | Eater

    Until a year ago, the far West Side in the 40's was one of the last remaining areas in Manhattan without decent food. But then Gotham West Market brought major talent to the area from the hipper regions of downtown and Brooklyn, opening one of the city's first upscale food halls.

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  6. The Good Fork Team Is Planning a Giant Korean Barbecue and Karaoke Den in GowanusRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | Eater

    A little piece of K-Town is coming to Gowanus. Ben Schneider and Sohui Kim, the owners of Red Hook staple The Good Fork , are planning a Korean barbecue restaurant and karaoke den in an old 4,600-square-foot warehouse near Third Avenue.

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  7. Sugar Couture Goes Brick and Mortar; Rocco's Tacos to Bring 420 Tequilas to BrooklynRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2014 | Eater

    Welcome to the weekly Plywood Report. This week, yet another matcha bar is in the works, plus there will soon be two new places to buy tacos.

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  8. A Day in the Life of Sushi Nakazawa's Alessandro Borgognone in 33 PhotosRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2014 | Eater

    Alessandro Borgognone covers a lot of miles and uses up a lot of cellular minutes in an average day. Eater tagged along as he did a five borough tour, visiting his various restaurants and looking at potential spaces for new ones, with a little shopping and a lot of espresso along the way.

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  9. Gus Vlahavas, Owner and Familiar Face of Prospect Heights Fixture Tom's Has DiedRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2014 | Eater

    The old-school diner has been serving pancakes and egg creams in Brooklyn since 1936, and Vlahavas has been handing out coffee there for nearly as long. Gus Vlahavas, the owner of Prospect Heights' beloved Tom's Restaurant , died yesterday at the age of 76, due to respiratory complications .

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  10. At Brooklyn's Uzbechka, Delicious Silk Road Fare by Way of Key WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | Eater

    Our first restaurants from Uzbekistan appeared in the 90s in Hell's Kitchen and the Diamond District, dispensing charcoal-grilled kebabs to a mixed constituency of Orthodox Jewish gem traders and barbecue-obsessed destination diners. At Gan Eden on 47th Street, the luscious, grease-glistening brochettes were cooked next to an open window over a baking sheet filled with lump charcoal - making patrons fear asphyxiation.

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  11. Really Strange Egg Curry at Lakruwana, Plus More Spectacular Cheap EatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2014 | Eater

    Principally slinging Puerto Rican chow to an admiring and diverse audience, the cafA 's scrumptious, salty food can be eaten at one of several comfortable tables, but more often it's carried out to tenement apartments in the vicinity. The half rotisserie chicken comes rubbed with paprika and sofrito, so tender it nearly falls off the bone.

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  12. Okonomi Does Williamsburg Proud with Waste-Free Japanese Lunch and Exotic Ramen DinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2014 | Eater

    Welcome to Eating Japanese , a series in which Eater Editorial Producer Kat Odell explores the city's collection of unsung Japanese restaurants and bars. Up this week, Okonomi, a tiny, waste-conscious Williamsburg restaurant.

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  13. Marta, Danny Meyer's First and Only Pizzeria, Delivers the GoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2014 | Eater

    Marta, a sexy new Danny Meyer hangout in Midtown's Martha Washington Hotel, is so soaring and elegant it could double as a showroom for Gulfstream jets, Sikorsky helicopters, and tanks - all at once. Not bad for a pizzeria.

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  14. West Village Empire Builder Gabe Stulman to Launch Lifestyle Brand, Then Open a Cuban DinerRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2014 | Eater

    The king of the neighborhood restaurant tells Eater his plans to start selling soap and clothing, launch an online magazine, then open a new restaurant, all in the next year. Gabe Stulman, the creative and frenetic force behind Joseph Leonard , Perla , Bar Sardine and several other West Village restaurant, says his team has been, "On a treadmill on level 10 straight fucking sprinting" for the past several years.

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  15. Brooklyn's Duet Bakery Spawns a Brasserie in the Old Centro Vinoteca Space in the West VillageRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | Eater

    In Russian home cooking, the layered salad known as "herring under a fur coat" often appears on tables covered with a magenta mess of grated beets and mayo, looking like a Slavic version of the... Joule Seattle's most reliable address for a casual, of-the-moment meal may be the Fremont Collective-a warehouse in the Wallingford neighborhood that was... East-West fusion has gotten a bad rap, mainly because the execution is usually ham-fisted.

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  16. The Living Room's New 'Burg Home Will Welcome Drinkers Just in Time for the CMJ Music FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2014 | Eater

    The Living Room, a staple of the city's music bar scene for 16 years, will finally reopen next week . The bar was forced out of its Lower East Side home after a rent hike in late 2012, and chugged along month to month, finally shuttering a year later .

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  17. This Just In: There Are Way More Restaurants Than There Used to Be in New York CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | Eater

    Despite all the doom and gloom about rising rents and restaurant closures, there really are way more restaurants in New York today than there were in 2006. According to the Wall Street Journal, p ermits for bars, cafe and restaurants rose by 27% from 2006 until now.

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  18. Five Things You Missed on Heritage Radio This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2014 | Eater

    Heritage Radio is the food-focused, listener-supported internet radio station that broadcasts from a studio attached to Roberta's in Bushwick. Every week, many of the big players in the food world host and appear on shows, and oftentimes they reveal interesting tidbits about their work.

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  19. Michelin Guide Director Explains Why Daniel Lost Its Third Star and More Burning Michelin QuestionsRead the original story

    Oct 1, 2014 | Eater

    Michelin Guide director Michael Ellis tells Eater why the 2015 edition of the restaurant handbook removed Daniel from its elite three star ranks, why Nakazawa was snubbed, and why Blanca, and Aquavit were upgraded to two stars. debuted its New York guide in 2005, it received a mixed reception from locals who were confused by the stingy rating system , while others were miffed by snubs of hometown favorites .

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  20. Uber-Cheap Eats That Will Melt Your Brain: Pao & Cha Cha, Gude Gude, and Kofte PiyazRead the original story

    Sep 24, 2014 | Eater

    Queens has its Peruvian chifas, and several other South American countries are represented in the borough by their Chinese restaurants, too, the food altered for national tastes. Now a Venezuelan-Chinese restaurant has sprung up in Astoria, Queens.

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