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It’s 8:45pm on a Sunday evening at Fitzcarraldo, and boards of snowy white asparagus stippled with maple, tiny tablets of shaved summer squash tartine, and cubed lozenges of deep-fried beef tongue hit the tables in tandem. With the intuitive grace of a squad that’s been doing this for years, servers ensure that everyone’s glass of Wolffer Estate rose cider remains perpetually filled. But while this is the second seating of the night, it’s only...
Beauty and the Beast (1946) Directed by Jean Cocteau The enjoyable paradox at the center of Cocteau’s cinema is the sense that his films are both defiantly otherworldly yet utterly handmade, most evident in his most famous work. The opening confirms Cocteau’s awareness of the dichotomy, as he begs the audience to conjure the lost childhood innocence with which they can properly be induced into the fairy tale, all while the credits are written out in...
From Michelin-starred spots like Blanca and Take Root, to James Beard nominees such as Semilla, Brooklyn is getting a whole lot of buzz for its tasting menu-only restaurants. Of course, the downside for local diners becomes ever-rising prices and impossibly long waits for a table. And while we love Delaware and Hudson as much as the next guy (after all, we voted it our favorite new eatery during this year’s foodie awards!) there’s a...
What do you think of when you hear the words "baby shower"? Does your mind practically shut down at the thought of diaper cakes (yes, those are a thing) and... wait, sorry. Our minds just shut down at the thought of diaper cakes. But so, baby showers. They don't exactly have the fun reputation of, say, bridal showers, which tend to feature such whimsical party favors as, uh, penis straws and the like; this...

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