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  1. Killer New Dining Options at Coney Island, The Rockaways, and Jacob Riis ParkRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Eater

    With Memorial Day weekend and some beautiful weather coming up, New York's beaches are all gearing up to reopen for the summer season. While there is greatness to be had in old-school seaside dining, there are a lot of awesome new food options across the city's beaches this year.

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  2. Vetri Alum Adam Leonti Plans Restaurant in the Williamsburg Hotel; Samesa Lands at Berg'nRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Eater

    The talented Philadelphia chef will be in charge of dining at the hotel best known for planning a bar inside a water tower. As we already knew , Adam Leonti, the talented chef de cuisine of Marc Vetri's acclaimed, eponymous Philadelphia restaurant Vetri, is leaving his position there early next month and headed to Brooklyn.

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  3. Vital NYC Ice Cream Updates from Jacques Torres, Davey's, MilkMade, and MoreRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Eater

    It might not feel like it today, but summer is upon us and so are this year's spate of ice cream shop openings. On Thursday, chocolate master Jacques Torres will relaunch his Lafayette Street store as an ice cream-only shop with a to-go window serving 25 flavors like wicked chocolate, strawberry balsamic, chocolate banana, vanilla rum caramel, and cantaloupe sorbet.

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  4. 11 Great Outdoor Bars for Beer Lovers in New York CityRead the original story

    Sunday May 17 | Eater

    And sure, sitting at the local watering hole with a cheap pint is great, but for those who love beer, there are better options out there. Whether you're looking for a secluded patio, prime street-side people watching, or a killer view, here are 11 great places to drink outside that have good views and better beer.

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  5. Intelligentsia's Herald Square Outpost Shutters as the Coffee Company Eyes BrooklynRead the original story

    Thursday May 7 | Eater

    The airy Intelligentsia Coffee shop in Urban Outfitters Herald Square has been given the boot , the team says in a tweet this week. The cafe, which opened last summer , was pretty much the only indie company in a sea of chain stores that have conquered 34th Street and its surroundings, but now the hipster brand store will be opening its own cafe in the space in late May after a renovation.

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  6. Opening Alert: Faro Brings High-Minded Local Italian to BushwickRead the original story

    Wednesday May 6 | Eater

    Kevin Adey and his wife Debbie Adey will start cooking their modern Italian-meets-Brooklyn menu tonight at Faro. The airy warehouse space has been tricked out with a wood-fired oven that will be used for baking bread and roasting dishes like porgy, served with peas and bottarga and emmer.

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  7. Trying to Keep Up With Chipotle, McDonald's Launches Postmates Delivery in NYCRead the original story

    Monday May 4 | Eater

    Just a couple weeks after Chipotle announced that it would team up with Postmates to roll out burrito delivery across the country , McDonald's is testing out a partnership with the app-based delivery service in New York City. Today, the same day that the struggling fast food giant announces a broad restructuring program that promises, among other things, "less sweeping talk of millenials," Postmates starts delivering from 88 McDonald's locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.

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  8. Picholine Vet Opening Bespoke Kitchen; Big Barbecue Spot Slated for GowanusRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | Eater

    Chef Franco Barrio, a Casa Mono and Picholine alum, is opening Bespoke Kitchen in the West Village. As the name might suggest, the restaurant will have diners choose a protein and a vegetable, and then the server will ask a series of questions to help the chef "hone in" on how to prepare it.

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  9. Austrian Bakery Martin Auer Bound for Tribeca; Pipsqueak Deep Dish Pizza in WorksRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | Eater

    Bushwick: Jason Merritt, Lucas Walters, and Myriah Pahl will open a Chicago style deep dish pizza spot called Pipsqueak behind their very Brooklyn restaurant Tutu's. There will be a full bar with a focus on natural wines, and seating for about 30. The pizzeria is slated to open in June.

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  10. This Week's Top Stories on Eater NYRead the original story

    Apr 19, 2015 | Eater

    The 18 hottest burgers in New York right now. Pictured: the All'onda burger, which is made with ground short rib, truffled sottocenere cheese, shredded treviso, and caramelized onions.

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  11. Ample Hills Returns to Brooklyn Bridge Park; Punch Brunch at The PeacockRead the original story

    Apr 17, 2015 | Eater

    Find it only on weekends for five weeks and then seven days a week starting Memorial weekend. MIDTOWN- The American Cancer Society's 10th annual Taste of Hope takes place at Metropolitan West on April 30. A long list of restaurants, including The Cecil, Runner & Stone, and The Gander will be offering bites of food, and chef Dale Talde is this year's Chef Honoree.

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  12. Burger Chain Fact Blast: Fast Food Breakdown by the BoroughRead the original story

    Apr 16, 2015 | Eater

    McDonald's outposts are pretty evenly split across Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, but Manhattan has the most - around 65, compared to 55 in Brooklyn and 52 in Queens. The majority of Burger Kings, however, are in Queens.

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  13. Thousands of Fast Food Workers Gather in NYC to Demand $15 Minimum WageRead the original story

    Apr 15, 2015 | Eater

    A massive campaign for a $15 an hour minimum wage for fast food and other low-wage workers is mounting protests across the country today. The Fight for $15 protests in New York got under way with a 6:15 a.m. gathering in Brooklyn near Barclay's Center.

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  14. Downtown Brooklyn to Get Its Own Mega Food Hall, Maybe With a Katz's OutpostRead the original story

    Apr 13, 2015 | Eater

    Another day, another enormous food hall in the works, this time in Downtown Brooklyn. Today the developer of City Point, a huge housing and retail development in the works on Dekalb Avenue, announced that the building will be home to Dekalb Market Hall , a 26,000-square-foot food hall with room for anywhere between 35 and 55 food vendors.

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  15. A Burger Virgin Takes on New York's Iconic Burgers, Part 1Read the original story

    Apr 13, 2015 | Eater

    Despite moving to New York more than a decade ago, I came to Eater a burger virgin. Over the past month, I tried five of the city's most iconic burgers to give my unbiased take.

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  16. Four Star Semilla Is New York's Next Great RestaurantRead the original story

    Apr 7, 2015 | Eater

    Here's what you'll encounter while walking along a stretch of Havemeyer Street just north of the Brooklyn Queens Expressway in Williamsburg: a Spanish meat market, a kebab shack, a MoneyGram wire transfer outlet, an authorized Metro PCS phone dealer, two discount stores without websites, a tattoo parlor, a barber that charges $14 for a haircut, a Pentecostal church, a trio of casually attired gentlemen blasting Latin music from their SUV, and a restaurant called Semilla where a vegetable-heavy tasting for two will run $300 after wine, tax and, tip.

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  17. The Hottest Restaurants in Manhattan Right Now, April 2015Read the original story

    Apr 2, 2015 | 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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  18. Jersey City's Thirty Acres Shows Bright Future of America's Tasting MenusRead the original story

    Apr 1, 2015 | Eater

    So if Brooklyn, the land of thirty-course tasting menus, is the new Manhattan, and if Queens, hawking $120 ramen feasts, is the new Brooklyn, it's tempting to think of Jersey City, teeming with $2,000 studios and panoramic views of New York's financial district, as the next geographic parvenu on that list, a veritable sixth borough that's just a 10 minute train ride from Midtown. Try getting to Staten Island that fast.

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

    Mar 25, 2015 | 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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  20. James McGown Puts Buschenschank and 12 Other Properties Up for SaleRead the original story

    Mar 18, 2015 | 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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