New York restaurants

Bonnie’s and other New York restaurant openings

Headlining Bonnie’s Chef Calvin Eng’s career began with cooking school, followed by several years of increasingly senior restaurant jobs and a chef role at Win Son. Now, at the age of 27, he has opened Bonnie’s, his own restaurant, making the dreams of many young chefs come true. Mr. Eng, …

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23 New York restaurants fined for refusing to take money

New York City has so far imposed tens of thousands of dollars in fines on businesses that don’t accept cash payments, according to a New York Post report. The report says the city fined 23 companies for such violations – including Van Leeuwen, an ice cream maker, who was fined …

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Decadent cocoa, winter cocktails warm up this Dallas restaurant

This Dallas restaurant news summary includes restaurant openings and new menus that appear so often in a restaurant news summary. But there’s a unique theme this time around: drinks, with all manner of limited edition drinks introduced for the winter season – from decadent hot chocolate to specialty cocktails. Never …

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New restaurant gets off to a strong start in North Westchester

A new seafood restaurant that recently opened in North Westchester has received positive reviews from customers for its fresh dishes. Coral Seafood Restaurant opened in Somers in early October, according to Elsa Isa, the restaurant’s manager. The restaurant is located at 63 Route 6 in Baldwin Place. Isa said business …

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Alice Waters helps museum meet the tastes of art lovers

LOS ANGELES – As The Hammer Museum emerges from closure from last year’s pandemic, it has assembled a range of big names who it hopes will draw crowds to its campus down the street from the l ‘University of California at Los Angeles: Cézanne, Manet, Monet, Toulouse-Lautrec. And the Waters. …

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America’s oldest restaurant is in Nassau County, New York – NBC New York

On a turkey day, the Milleridge Inn in Nassau County serves this up with a portion of tradition and charm. A multitude of diners came to celebrate Thanksgiving in the oldest restaurant in the country. The space, warmed by a wood-burning fireplace, is filled with people who crave and are …

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A Complete Guide to Pasta from Missy Robbins

This voluminous, comprehensive, and richly illustrated new book from Missy Robbins, the chef and owner of Lilia and Misi restaurants in Brooklyn, covers pasta from flour to finish. After a few pages of bio, Ms. Robbins launches into the details of making fresh pasta with or without eggs, rolled and …

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Abandoned food huts still stand on the streets of New York

Almost five weeks after Mayor Bill de Blasio said he wanted a crackdown on unused outdoor dining sheds, only a small sample has been taken from the street. The Transportation Department said 30 abandoned or no-complaint huts were taken down on Friday, six more than when the mayor made his …

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1 Dallas restaurant honored on Esquire’s “best” list

In Squire In the magazine’s list of America’s 40 Best New Restaurants for 2021, only one Dallas-Fort Worth location made the list: Chef Tiffany Derry’s Roots Southern Table restaurant at Farmers Branch. It is the same restaurant rented by the New York Times in October 2021 – the only location …

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Tokki reinvents Korean bar with small plain plates laden with truffles in Koreatown

LA’s Koreatown has a new modern Korean restaurant worth checking out called Tokki, which opened a few weeks ago in mid-October in the busy Chapman Plaza complex on the corner of Sixth and Alexandria. The restaurant comes from four partners who know their respective white-collar jobs (Alex Park, Yohan Park, …

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🌱 4 LI Tornadoes Confirmed + New Mexican Restaurant

Happy Tuesday neighbors! Here’s everything you need to know to get your day off to a good start. Here is everything happening today in Sachem. Four tornadoes hit Long Island on Saturday, know where. A new Mexican restaurant arrives in Patchogue This winter. First of all, the weather forecast for …

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Quick Service Restaurant Market Size To Increase By USD 119.20 Billion | Technavio research analyzes highlight innovations in food packaging and service as a key trend

NEW YORK, November 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – According to the research report “Fast Food Restaurant Market – Forecast and Analysis Report 2021-2025“, the market is expected to have an annual growth rate of 2.87% in 2021 with a CAGR of nearly 4% between 2020 and 2025. Attractive Opportunities …

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Atlanta Restaurants: The Sweetgreen salad chain and Brown Bag Seafood Co. open in Spring 2022 in Ashford Lane at Perimeter Center

New locations for billion-dollar salad chain Sweetgreen and Chicago-based sustainable seafood restaurant Brown Bag Seafood Company will open next spring in the emerging mixed-use development of Ashford Lane at Perimeter Center . In addition to the locations now open at Colony Square in Midtown and Ponce City Market, a Sweetgreen …

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Ten of the best cookbooks for gastronomy

There’s a time and a place for well-worn, sauce-splashed cookbooks. It’s not that. This is a range of gourmet cookbooks aimed at the ambitious cook rather than the practical cook or simply those who admire and inspire the magic of haute cuisine and the worlds around it. The French Laundry, …

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Business Intel: Restaurant Offers Pizza and Italian Food in Christiansburg Market | Business premises

Sandro’s Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant recently opened in Christiansburg Market. Sandro’s Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant is a new restaurant from Alessandro Pugliese, who also owns Sal’s Jr. in Fairlawn. Pugliese said Sandro’s menu is similar, with New York-style pizzas and classic Italian dishes. Sandro’s Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant, which also …

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Biggest Hits of the Week – The New York Times

Here at Five Weeknight Plats, we always strive to bring you delicious and interesting dinner ideas that won’t take too long to prepare – time that you might not have in the first place. (You’re busy!) I’m talking about the recipes with the shiny twist, the sharp shortcut, the technique …

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Restaurants raise wages and offer signing bonuses

For Cohen, it was not only about challenging the very concept of tipping, which she described as “inherently racist and sexist,” but also about attracting and keeping workers. “Everyone gives the impression that the difficulties in finding staff are a post-pandemic problem,” she said. “But it was also real before …

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New York’s thriving restaurants lead the way for pandemic

Too many “experts” see restaurants as optional for the economy as a whole. But right now they’re the only economy we have. A recent New York Times editorial lamented that elected officials “seemed more concerned with reopening bars and restaurants than safely reopening schools.” Yet our cafes, bistros, brasseries, trattorias, …

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Pop-up dinners have endurance

NEW YORK – Pop-up restaurants, many of which started as interim measures by struggling chefs and owners, may gain power as consumers continue to embrace take-out and delivery and the delta variant threatens to make the meal less an option. Pop-up restaurants can take a variety of forms, from a …

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Nando’s, a restaurant chain, fights the chicken shortage

LONDON – If Oliver Twist sang a modernized version of ‘Food, Glorious Food’, it could be re-appropriated as’ Nando’s, glorious Nando’s! Since the Johannesburg-based restaurant chain opened its first store in London in 1992, its signature chicken peri peri has won over UK consumers. Marinated with a variation of Afro-Portuguese …

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New York restaurants awarded for best outdoor dining setups

Alfresco NYC, a new coalition composed of Design Trust for Public Space, Regional Plan Association and Tri-State Transportation Campaign, today announced the winners of its Alfresco Awards, which recognize the best outdoor meal drawings. The winners were selected by Alfresco NYC hospitality and business development professionals, journalists and mobility advocates. …

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A third of America’s bridges are structurally deficient, a restaurant barge arrives in New York, and more

Greetings and welcome to another Friday edition of Adaily digest of digestion. It’s almost the weekend, so here’s what you need to know before Saturday and Sunday: One-third of America’s bridges are in urgent need of repair The American Road and Transportation Builders Association’s latest assessment of American infrastructure looks …

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New York Restaurant Week returns as dining rooms reopen

The famous New York Restaurant Week is back for a summer 2021 edition, from July 19 to August 22. Locals and visitors can choose from over 500 participants, including over 25 Wine spectator Restaurant Award-winning destinations. Launched in 1992, Restaurant Week showcases the city’s vibrant dining scene, making restaurant dining …

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How servers in New York took over

New York City’s recovery will largely depend on the success of a restaurant industry now forced to expand its definition of prosperity to include the capacity of workers, both front and back. the house, to live decently. In this case, the rhetoric of returning to normal is inappropriate, because “normal” …

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Are outdoor dining in New York permanent?

What does eternity mean to you? Is this the logical conclusion of a love story, an optimistic view of the afterlife, or rush hour hyperbole? Specifically, and to borrow a word from Mayor de Blasio about alfresco dining, what does something permanent? A promise, an affirmation, a simple hope printed …

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