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  1. Michael Psilakis's Long-Delayed Brooklyn Beer Hall Could Actually Open Next MonthRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Eater

    It has been a solid five years since Greek chef Michael Psilakis first filed paperwork to open a massive beer garden in Williamsburg, it sounds like he'll finally actually open the place next month . The first time around, the project fell by the wayside, and was only revived in 2013 when Psilakis , filed for a liquor license a second time .

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  2. James McGown Puts Buschenschank and 12 Other Properties Up for SaleRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Eater

    Shady landlord and restaurateur James McGown is selling off 13 of his properties including his beer hall and pizza spot Buschenschank in Cobble Hill. The enormous corner restaurant is usually busy, but hasn't been a good neighbor according to Pardon Me For Asking.

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  3. 28 Killer Taco Spots in New York CityRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Eater

    Sure, there are all sorts of talented chefs involved in the taco game today, turning out a spectacular product with some wildly creative fillings. But sometimes you just want a good, unpretentious, inexpensive taco just like they make 'em in Mexico.

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  4. Preview a Documentary About the Upcoming Opening of Guenter Seeger NYRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 12 | Eater

    A Brooklyn filmmaker is making a feature length documentary about acclaimed chef Guenter Seeger, and the building of his first New York restaurant. German-born chef Guenter Seeger, who made a name for himself in Atlanta, is working on his tasting menu-only restaurant Guenter Seeger NY in the Meatpacking District .

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  5. Mess Hall Craft Beer and Bourbon Bar, Pizza Party, and More OpenRead the original story

    Monday Mar 9 | Eater

    Harlem: The trio behind Double Dutch cafe just opened Mess Hall , a craft beer and bourbon bar, right next door. The space is decked out with some taxidermy and the bar is offering bourbon flights and small bites.

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  6. Rachel's Taqueria Opening Tortillas; Mah-Ze-Dahr's Brick and Mortar HomeRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | Eater

    Park Slope: Mexican restaurant Rachel's Taqueria is taking over a spot just down the block at 412 5th Avenue to open Tortillas. The new spot, which should open in about two weeks, will serve house-made tortillas of course, as well as tacos al pastor, carnitas michoacanas, and napoles, plus daily specials, according to a note in the window.

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  7. The Hottest Restaurants in Manhattan Right Now, March 2015Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | Eater

    Eater editors get asked one question more than any other: Where should I eat right now ? NYC dining obsessives want to know what's new, what's hot, and what Danny Bowien is up to these days. So here you have it, a guide to the 20 hottest restaurants in Manhattan this month.

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  8. New Yorkers Tip Below the National Average for Food DeliveryRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Eater

    NYC doesn't crack the top 25 cities." You'd expect more from a city that gets as much delivery as New York.

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  9. Sophia Loren Pizza, Greek Burgers, and Other Delectable Cheap DelightsRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Eater

    All of Greenpoint and parts of Williamsburg used to be speckled with cut-rate Polish eateries, where the city's equivalent of the Southern "meat and three" prevailed. For less than $5, you'd get a meal consisting of a plate-flopping chicken or veal schnitzel, a kielbasa the size of your forearm, several pieces of roasted chicken, or a pair of braised pork shanks - which took some determination to pick apart - accompanied by a mayo-dressed salad of cabbage or beets, and not one but two scoops of mashed potatoes.

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  10. Another Dozen Cheap Eats Classics in New York CityRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | Eater

    This combination grocery, halal butcher shop, and snack bar makes the best pita sandwich in all of Bay Ridge, rolling chicken shawarma in a flatbread with dill pickle slivers and a garlic sauce so strong, it will leave your lips burning. Other culinary delights run to braised lamb shanks, rotisserie chickens, composed salads, stewed veggies, and bread dips.

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  11. Roberta's Owners Battling Over $5.4 Million in Nasty SplitRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | Eater

    As Roberta's continues to grow from hip Brooklyn destination to true restaurant powerhouse, there's trouble behind the scenes . The three owners - Brandon Hoy, chef Carlo Mirarchi, and Chris Parachini - are in the midst of a nasty split, with Mirarchi and Hoy suing to keep Parachini out of the business and away from the restaurant.

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  12. Black Ant Team Plans El Temerario; Lots of Plywood Goes Up on East 8th StreetRead the original story

    Feb 19, 2015 | Eater

    Greenwich Village: Lots of changes are coming to a block of East 8th Street near NYU. An outlet of the coffee chainlet Joe is moving into one of Crumbs many shuttered locations at 37 East 8th Street, and Somtum Der's owners are getting ready to open Kiin Thai on that block .

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  13. Five Things You Missed on Heritage Radio This WeekRead the original story

    Feb 15, 2015 | 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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  14. LA-Based Kosher Chef Alex Reznik to Expand to Flushing (of All Places) With Bedford KitchenRead the original story

    Feb 9, 2015 | Eater

    LA-based kosher chef Alex Reznik , a former cheftestapant on Top Chef , is returning to his native New York to open Bedford Kitchen in a few weeks . According to its Facebook page, restaurant "will feature the finest local craft beers and most interesting and eclectic range of wines.

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  15. Dale Talde's Carrino Provisions Brings a Bit of Eataly and Brooklyn to Jersey CityRead the original story

    Feb 5, 2015 | Eater

    The space is big and open with separate butcher, cheese, pasta, antipasti, coffee, and bakery counters. It has a sort of minimalist feel with polished cement floors and black and white signs hand painted on the brick walls behind each case.

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  16. Buddha Heads and Large Lanterns Greet Diners at Talde's Jersey City OutletRead the original story

    Feb 4, 2015 | Eater

    Dale Talde has been spending a lot of time on the other side of the Hudson lately. In late January he launched Carrino Provisions and just last night he opened the second location of his hit Brooklyn restaurant Talde.

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  17. Talde's Pretzel Dumplings and Dim Sum Riffs Land in Jersey City TonightRead the original story

    Feb 3, 2015 | Eater

    He and partners John Bush and David Massoni have been at work on this foray into New Jersey territory for over a year , and just last week opened their other Jersey City project , Carrino Provisions, right next door. While Carrino is a new one for them - an Italian market/restaurant in partnership with Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri of HGTV's Kitchen Cousins - the new Talde doesn't look too different from the original.

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  18. Old Classic, New Classic: Italian-American Opulence at Bamonte's and CarboneRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2015 | Eater

    All this week, as a Classics Week special, Eater is sending correspondents to classic New York restaurants and their newer counterparts, to see how the two compare. They'll report back on the scene at both, suss out the differences, and maybe even shed some light on what makes the classic a classic.

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  19. A Clam Lover's Guide to New York CityRead the original story

    Jan 16, 2015 | Eater

    The first clam lovers in New York City were Algonquin Indians, who carved the shells into beads for currency called wampum, which the Dutch settlers - who arrived around 1609 - sometimes accepted as payment for goods. Of course, the Indians ate the clams first, either raw or by digging a pit, lining it with rocks, putting coals on top of the rocks, seaweed on top of the coals, and then throwing clams on top of the seaweed and burying them.

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  20. Pies 'N' Thighs Gearing Up to Let Loose Fried Chicken and Sourdough Doughnuts on the LESRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2015 | Eater

    Within the month, Williamsburg favorite Pies 'N' Thighs will make its Manhattan debut on Canal Street. The team was originally hoping that long-awaited debut would happen this week , but as is so often the case, things are running a little bit behind.

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