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Photos by Jane Bruce You can get a sunburn in Copenhagen. I knew this, I think, before I went. But knowing is not the same as believing, and I didn’t yet believe that I could get a sunburn so close to the Arctic Circle when it wasn’t even fully summer, but burn I did; the straps of my jumpsuit leaving a very white X in the middle of my very pink back. The X is...
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...
Still patiently awaiting the openings of Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen and Fredrik Berselius’ Aska reboot (first profiled in our Fall 2015 restaurant preview), along with Emily’s Detroit pie offshoot, Emmy Squared (originally announced last winter)? Now that it’s spring—traditionally high season for major league debuts—go ahead and add these new spots to your must-visit list as well; from a tonkotsu temple in Bushwick to a garden-to-table haven in Prospect Heights. Olmsted Invoking one of Brooklyn’s most essential...
There may be no immediate plans for a Noma 2.0 in Brooklyn, although the influence of the celebrated New Nordic restaurant remains deeply felt at spots like Daniel Burns’ Luksus, and Frederik Berselius’ upcoming reboot of Aska. But now—in addition to planning a Scandinavian food hall for Grand Central (along with a full-scale eatery called Agern, slated to open in April) — as well as an eatery and culinary school for residents and marginalized...

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