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  1. Want Fries With Your Tacos? And Other Great Cheap NYC EatsRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Eater

    One suspects that Lexington Avenue on the Upper East Side was lined with working-class lunch counters 70 or 80 years ago. The most famous example remaining is Lexington Candy Shop at the corner of 83rd, a single Formica counter and line of green Naugahyde booths dating to 1925, still presenting a menu of jelly omelets, egg creams, hamburgers, tuna melts, and sandwiches on white or rye, in addition to a retrograde selection of candy.

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

    Tuesday Jan 20 | 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.

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  3. The Hottest Restaurants in Queens Right Now, January 2015Read the original story

    Sunday Jan 11 | Eater

    Whether it's authentic Tibetan food, dishes from Bhutan, or a whole food court of various Chinese offerings you seek, Queen's is like the U.N. of food, there's a bit of almost everything. Here is our guide to the 12 hottest places to try this month.

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  4. While Some Critics Look Back on 2014, Others Review White Street, Shuko, and MoreRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 31 | Eater

    Tejal Rao is not impressed by White Street, but the new Madiba in Harlem is a hit with Michael Kaminer. While Eater's critics took a break from reviewing this week, many others paused to look back on the best of 2014.

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  5. Sietsema's 15 Best Dishes of 2014Read the original story

    Dec 18, 2014 | Eater

    It's much harder picking the city's best dishes of the year than it was to finger the worst , because there are so many to choose from. This was a year when innovative Thai food leapt out of its enclaves in Queens and took Manhattan by storm, when the innovative downtown bistro finally came of age, and when Mexican food asserted its dominance in every price range.

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  6. At Lan Larb Soho, a Flame-Throwing New Kind of CuisineRead the original story

    Dec 17, 2014 | Eater

    The only reason Ratchanee Sumpatboon's name hasn't become more familiar may be the difficulty of pronouncing it. She's the chef who pioneered Isan food in Queens, first at Chao Thai, then at Poodam -- it means "black crab," which was her childhood nickname.

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  7. Meet Meow Parlour's Cute Kitties; Rolf and Daughters Is Popping Up at Ssam Bar in JanuaryRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2014 | Eater

    Get acquainted with the the cutest barista lineup in town , the kitties at Meow Parlour . Unless you already snagged a reservation, you'll probably have to wait until at least mid-February to get in on the kitty cuddle action.

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  8. Pete Wells Maps Out the Densely Packed Kimchi Belt of QueensRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2014 | Eater

    Pete Wells blames the old IRT for New York's general lack of knowledge of Korean food. If the 7 train extended further , "all the remarkable Korean food of Queens might be as famous as the dosas of Jackson Heights, the tamales of Corona, the som tums of Elmhurst," he writes.

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  9. Where To Get a Cheap Veal Parm Hero, Ramen, Chili Fries, and Other DelightsRead the original story

    Dec 12, 2014 | Eater

    Venice Restaurant has been lingering on East 149th Street on the western fringes of the Hunts Point Market since 1951. Now the neighborhood is mainly Mexican, Dominican, and Salvadoran, and passersby stop to gawk at this odd remnant of the neighborhood's past.

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  10. 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.

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  11. Soup Dumplings Learn Martial Arts at Kung Fu Xiao Long Bao, and Other Cheap EatsRead the original story

    Dec 5, 2014 | Eater

    Over the past 15 years, xiao long bao have become such a thing that now restaurants are specializing in them. Witness in Flushing, way down Main Street just north of the Long Island Expressway among a small campus of Taiwanese restaurants.

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  12. Pacifico's Is Hosting a Nigerian Feast for One Night; Russ & Daughters' Documentary Airs TonightRead the original story

    Dec 2, 2014 | Eater

    Nigerian-born chef Tunde Wey, who has been cooking his way around the United States , is popping up at Pacifico's Fine Foods for dinner on December 17. The menu includes jollof rice, a bean dish with coconut pudding, goat peppers soup, a warm tapioca salad, and several other dishes. Tickets are available for $65.

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  13. Pete Wells Find Bar Bolonat on the Upswing, Plus Raves for GG's, Awadh, and MoreRead the original story

    Nov 26, 2014 | Eater

    Eater's critics are off this week, but here's a roundup of the rest of the weeks big reviews: . Despite some early falterings he finds much to like, and improvement all around: "One of Bar Bolonat's most likable dishes since the unsteady early days has been the lemony grilled baby artichokes with a creamy band of pistachio yogurt under a pale-green powder of dukkah.

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  14. TuomeRead the original story

    Oct 2, 2014 | Eater

    This obscurely located home-style Greek spot mainly coats its tentacles with oregano and lots of olive oil, and provides a side salad. Situated in the shadow of the N-train tracks, this Cypriot restaurant takes the simplest and most elegant approach to the creature imaginable.

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  15. Manhattan Will Soon Be Home to a Swim-Up Bar, Thanks to Spa CastleRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2014 | Eater

    Fans of Queens's steamy, sprawling, pool-filled fantasyland have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of its Manhattan outpost at 115 East 57th Street, and now new details have emerged to suggest that the dining options there will easily rival the multi-cultural food court and poolside snacks of the original. Gothamist learns that unlike in Queens, where cocktails were recently banned from the pool area, this new one will actually have a swim-up bar so that you don't even have to leave the pool to get a drink .

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  16. 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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  17. MatchaBar, King's Clam Bar, The Upsider, and More OpenRead the original story

    Sep 22, 2014 | Eater

    Welcome to the weekly opening report, a roundup of restaurants that have opened recently around town. This week: A matcha-focused bar, a create-your-own gin and tonic bar, a restaurant linked to Lincoln Center, and more.

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  18. Wire: Negroni Ice Cream Sandwich; New Hours at Uncle BoonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 11, 2014 | Eater

    Pearl & Ash just added a Negroni ice cream sandwich and a plate of three mini rectangular donuts to its dessert menu. Doughnut flavors include Sriracha, popcorn, and a blackberry.

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  19. Rumormongering: Artichoke Basille's Pizza may be coming...Read the original story

    Aug 21, 2014 | Eater

    Artichoke Basille's Pizza may be coming to Astoria. We Heart Astoria reports a rumor that the chain is eyeing an open space on 31st Street, and city records show that a big pizza oven is going into the space, so the rumor doesn't feel terribly far off.

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  20. Maps: The Manhattan Heatmap: Where to Eat Right NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2012 | Eater

    More often than not, tipsters, readers, friends and family of Eater have one question: Where should I eat right now? Restaurant obsessives want to know what's new, what's hot, which favorite chef just launched a sophomore effort, what Michael White is up to these days.

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