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Sarah Zorn is Brooklyn magazine's food editor, and the proud parent of a rescue pup named Rowdy. Who (without any prompting from his culinarily-obsessed mama), regularly deglazes his kibble bowl.
It seems easy to take the pulse of Hudson Jane in an instant, by pegging it as one of the new, slyly sanctimonious breeds of all-day, holistic lifestyle cafes. The Fort Greene eatery flaunts the neo-fjordic uniform of pristine pale wood and succulent pots, and take-home “provisions” run to bottles of Dona Chai, blocks of Grafton Village raw cheddar, and recyclable tubs of baked vegan tomato pasta. And until DOB-based struggles allow them to finally...
As construction continues throughout DUMBO, prospectors prioritize bragging rights to prime views of waterfront. Yet Pilot is one of the precious few places that can actually claim to be on the water itself, being based inside of a historic 1920s racing schooner, docked at the end of Pier 6. Acquired and restored by Miles and Alex Pincus—seasoned sailors, and the co-owners of the similarly situated Grand Banks (aboard the Sherman Zwicker in Hudson River Park)...
While beach eats have improved exponentially in recent years, so too have the offerings at the city’s numerous high-end hotel pools, which offer an opportunity to see and be seen in your skimpiest suit, multiple stories above the city. So if you’re tired of sunbathing in the sand with the hoi polloi at Coney Island, stretch out on a chaise surrounded by skyline, with a Moscow Mule and lobster roll instead. The William Vale: Andrew...
Passing by New York Koshery in Bay Ridge, positioned along 86th Street’s primary commercial corridor, you wouldn’t be the first to assume that it specializes in fare conforming to the stringent regulations of kashrut. Because while koshery (also spelled koshari) is commonly heralded as the national dish of Egypt, it’s yet to become widely disseminated throughout NYC, even in a neighborhood that houses Brooklyn’s most robust Arab American community. Literally borne of the melting pot that...

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