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  1. Per Se and Locanda Verde Alums Team Up; More Mirage Kitchens Coming SoonRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 12 | Eater

    Alphabet City: Reed Adelson, who was the assistant GM at Locanda Verde, and Christian Ramos, a former Per Se sous chef, are opening Virginia's at 647 East 11th Street later this spring. Details are scant, but stay tuned.


  2. 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.


  3. Mu Ramen Serves Some of NYC's Finest TonkotsuRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Eater

    So vegans have almond milk. Omnivores have cow's milk. And carnivores have tonkotsu.


  4. Opening Report: Early Offers Hipster Polish 'Zappies'; Don Tapas Moves Into FalchiRead the original story

    Feb 23, 2015 | Eater

    Greenpoint: A cafe called Early just opened in Greenpoint. The signature dish is a Polish zapiekanka, or a zappie for short, which is a hollowed out baguette stuffed with caramelized onion, mushrooms, and garlic, topped with a blanket of fontina, chives, and truffle oil.


  5. LIC's Waterfront Crab House Closes After 38 YearsRead the original story

    Feb 18, 2015 | Eater

    Long Island City institution, the Waterfront Crab House closed its doors for good last Sunday after almost 40 years, reports Gothamist managed a come back after a devastating fire and six feet of flooding from Hurricane Sandy, but the recent death of longtime owner Tony Mazzarella forced the spot to shutter.


  6. Juice Chain Organic Avenue Trims Commissary Staff as It Struggles to Keep UpRead the original story

    Jan 23, 2015 | Eater

    Juicery and healthy fast casual chainlet Organic Avenue is slimming down. The company will layoff 38 of its 112 workers at its Long Island City commissary and change its menu, citing "economics."


  7. Come for the Ceviche, Stay for the Beef Heart at LIC's JoraRead the original story

    Jan 20, 2015 | Eater

    In season one, episode seven of Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourdain pronounced Peruvian food the next big thing, as he gnawed on beef-heart anticuchos at a Lima street stall and slurped ceviches washed down with pisco sours by the seaside. But is it? Gaston Acurio, Peru's most famous chef, belly flopped here at his high-end La Mar Cebicheria, shutting it down after less than two years.


  8. Breakfast and Lunch to Start at Via Carota; Bruno Pizza and Mu Ramen Are Busy Recipe TestingRead the original story

    Jan 6, 2015 | Eater

    Ex-Box Kite chefs Justin Slojkowski and Dave Gulino are testing out their menu at private dinner parties for six diners or more. Contact LONG ISLAND CITY - Mu Ramen's cooking up some new ramens.


  9. Nighthawks Honors Edward Hopper, Two Matcha Bars Open DowntownRead the original story

    Dec 29, 2014 | Eater

    West Village: Nighthawks, a restaurant named after an Edward Hopper painting, opened right after Christmas. The menu is a sort of jumble of Italian pastas like a burrata ravioli and Turkish fare like ground lamb kebabs.


  10. 12 Impressive Whole Fish Dishes to Try in New York CityRead the original story

    Dec 24, 2014 | Eater

    For seafood purists, there is nothing better than a whole fish. Whether oven roasted, steamed, or charcoal grilled, fish cooked without being fileted keeps its full flavor.


  11. Pete Wells Goes For Botequim's Brazilian Fare, Plus Praise for Upland and More in This Week's ReviewsRead the original story

    Dec 24, 2014 | Eater

    A roundup of the week's restaurant reviews, including a solid seafood shack and Steve Cuozzo's biggest pet peeves. Eater's critics are taking a break from reviews this week, but plenty of others aren't.


  12. Mu Ramen Team Already Planning Its Next Big Move: A Restaurant Dedicated to Dry Aged WagyuRead the original story

    Dec 24, 2014 | Eater

    The Long Island City hot spot is barely out of the gate, but Per Se vet Joshua Smookler already has his mind on beef. That hefty hunk of Wagyu dry-aging in Mu Ramen's walk-in is just the start of things, says ramen wizard Joshua Smookler.


  13. Beer Will Finally Start Flowing Tonight at Long Island City's White-Hot Mu RamenRead the original story

    Dec 23, 2014 | Eater

    This IS the single most valued possession that I own. #pow #inyoface #missionaccomplished your ramen is gonna taste even better tonight!! #happydance.


  14. Come June, Mu Ramen Plans to Serve Some of the Oldest Wagyu in the CityRead the original story

    Dec 23, 2014 | Eater

    New York is home to some very old steaks . Eleven Madison Park ages its rib eye for 140 days and Osteria Morini offers a 125-day-old rib eye as a weekly special.


  15. MCF Pairs Up with Russ and Daughters; New Year's Eve Reservations at Threes BrewingRead the original story

    Dec 22, 2014 | Eater

    Making Jewish Christmas wishes come true, the freshly opened Mission Chinese will partner with Russ & Daughters for a family style dinner held at the Russ cafe. The menu will consist of Mission Chinese favorites with a "Russ & Daughters twist."


  16. The Sort of Secret Way to Tell if Mu Ramen Is Full or Not With a Single GlanceRead the original story

    Dec 18, 2014 | Eater

    Since Mu Ramen opened, the Long Island City hot spot has had lines out the door and waits stretching to two hours. It did recently launch same day reservations , but the competition to get those is fierce: Overall, really enjoyed our @Mu_Ramen experience.


  17. Mu Ramen Does Everyone a Favor and Starts Taking Day-Of ReservationsRead the original story

    Dec 9, 2014 | Eater

    Robert Sietsema was a pretty big fan of Mu Ramen when he stopped by for an early visit. His only major complaint? The wait.


  18. Broths Take a Beefy Turn at Long Island City's Mu RamenRead the original story

    Dec 8, 2014 | Eater

    Eater critic Robert Sietsema offers his first impressions of the new Long Island City restaurant from Joshua and Heidy Smookler. Mu Ramen famously began as a tiny pop-up in a bagel shop, then moved on to a six-seat table in the apartment of proprietors Joshua and Heidy Smookler.


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

    Dec 7, 2014 | Eater

    Restaurant Industry PR veteran Shari Bayer, host of All in the Industry , spoke with New York Post restaurant critic Steve Cuozzo about his pet peeves, and the problem with reviewing moving targets: All restaurant reviewers typically focus on what's new. For every critic- how new is too new? Can you reasonably write about a new restaurant after 3 weeks? A month? 6 months? Restaurant reviews are unlike any other form of criticism because the product is never the same.


  20. The Con Ed Fairy Is Granting All of Our Ramen Wishes Today, Ramen Lab Can Finally Get CookingRead the original story

    Nov 25, 2014 | Eater

    The Con Ed fairy has finally been making its visits to this season's long-awaited ramen-yas. The fairy recently graced Mu Ramen in Long Island City, and just about an hour ago, turned on the gas at Sun Noodle's ramen classroom/restaurant Ramen Lab .


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