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In the same way we celebrate holidays we have no direct tie to (such as Day of the Dead, St. Patrick's Day or Oktoberfest) because the food and drink is just so great, that's the tack we tend to take with the NY Marathon. We may have zero intention of logging 26 miles (frankly, since it falls on Sunday, November 6th, there's a high probability we won't even get off our couch) but we...
The Village Voice’s annual Choice Eats event essentially kicked off spring’s jam-packed food festival season last Friday evening—hosting 50+ top-rated restaurants from across all five boroughs in the bi-level Metropolitan Pavilion, attempting to favorably rep their eateries with a single, carefully calibrated bite. And as expected, Brooklyn made an especially strong showing, whether they were peddling red meat (full points go to Fletcher’s spectacular, fat-rimmed burnt ends and honey cornbread, Boomwich’s pretzel bun-ensconced Reubenese sandwiches,...
Sometimes it seems like every corner of New York has its own doughnut shop (or at least a bodega where you can get one), a virtual Eden where an assortment of fried dough is readily available, just the way god intended. So when National Doughnut Day passed last week, we noticed we suddenly had a ring-shaped void in our hearts (and our stomachs), one that could only be filled by something dusted in powdered sugar and injected...
Hay Rosie may have vacated their Sackett Street space after only a year, but that it no way means it’ll be a scoopless summer for Carroll Gardens. Throwing off the shackles of their brick-and-mortar, in order to take their hot and gooey BarnBurners and sriracha popcorn ice cream on the road, Hay Rosie recently traded places with the formerly subscription-only MilkMade, which now provides patrons with a place to get a Tim Tam Slam or...

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