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Have you noticed something peculiar about your cocktails lately? Perhaps that they seem a bit, less, well, alcohol-y? Don’t chalk it up to the fact that you’ve finally developed an impressive tolerance, or that bars and restaurants are trying to deprive you of your well earned (and accordingly paid for) buzz. But rather, the rise of low ABV (or low proof, or session) libations, built around aperitifs and digestifs such as vermouth, sherry and...
  Slings and arrows have been consistently catapulted at brunch over the years—decrying the portmanteau of a meal as an excuse for eateries to phone it in with various themes on eggs benedict, and as an asylum for noxious crowds of hair of the dog-seeking celebrants. So if you tend to regard the late-morning feast as an obligatory one-off on Mother’s Day, consider an extended exception for “Brooklyn Brunches,” an initiative launched by Citymeals on...
Claus Meyer is checking IDs at the door of his latest socio-culinary enterprise, and anyone born prior to the year 2000 will be turned roundly away. That’s because—in addition to an upcoming culinary school in Brownsville, a bakery in Williamsburg and a Scandinavian food hall in Grand Central—the prolific Noma co-founder is readying to import yet another ambitious project from his native Denmark—Kids Table. On Tuesday, April 26, from 4-5:30pm, some of the city’s most...
While the road to Restaurant Week is paved with perfectly good intentions—eateries potentially attract a brand new customer base, patrons get to test drive numerous spots without going broke in the process—the cut-priced promotion often performs a disservice to all parties involved. Restaurants end up losing money, by serving budget-friendly prix fixes to diners who have no intention to ever return, while diners are subject to reproachful, turn-and-burn service, begrudgingly plied with cafeteria-style dishes...

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