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If it’s midday Saturday, Google reminds you you’ll wait for approximately forever.

Google’s putting its reams of crowdsourced data to a nifty new use: to give people a heads-up about when  Read more

Pure sugar.

Alas, Heisenberg superfans: Brooklyn was this close to getting Walter’s Coffee Roastery, the world’s first (although technically not all that official) Breaking Bad–themed coffee shop, but co-founder Deniz Kosan  Read more

The queso is for pizza-dipping.

Lukewarm queso and not-so-sizzling fajitas made short work of the Tex-Mex trend in Manhattan, but the guys over at Roberta’s don’t seem to care. Over the  Read more

Good news on a scorching day like this: New York’s premier shaved-cream spot — it’s like shaved ice, but fluffier — is growing beyond its East Village flagship. Next up  Read more

The Gibson at the Happiest Hour.

In the annals of mixed drinks, the Gibson is a kind of spectral presence. Though more than a century old, and enshrined in classic films  Read more

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Welcome to Grub Street’s weekly survey of the most-talked-about, must-visit restaurants in New York City. The list below features spots both new and old ranked according  Read more

“Deep-fried pizza and corn dogs are the ones that got away.”

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Santina’s fried-fish sandwich is a modern classic.

2015 may go down as the year of the fried-chicken sandwich, but it’s also seen the introduction of many top-notch fish sandwiches on menus  Read more

The shop’s new owner, Thomas Moran.

Last week, a mysterious “City Subs” sign appeared in a vacant Park Slope storefront, leading many to believe that the beloved City Sub — singular  Read more

Maite

You can often detect a restaurant’s DNA in its menu or décor — those formative influences from prior kitchens that shape the course of a chef’s career. In the case  Read more

Ganso Yaki’s okonomiyaki.

Here’s how to tell your taiyaki from your takoyaki — just two of the snacky Japanese specialties proliferating at New York’s newest izakayas (bar-food-focused Japanese pubs) and Asian-inflected  Read more

Two ounces of energy.

Call it the summer of next-level cold brew. While other New York cafés and restaurants have taken inspiration from everything from Manhattan Specials to Tiki cocktails in  Read more

It’s been too long.

Danny Meyer knows better than to disappoint his hangry followers: As promised last week, Shake Shack’s recently debuted ChickenShack has officially returned to the burger chain’s three  Read more

There’s something off about this sign.

After the beloved City Sub was forced out of its Park Slope home last year, workers hinted that the no-frills sandwich shop would eventually be  Read more

Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop’s 8AM Ramen.

Eating cheap isn’t just about finding the latest in budget-conscious menus or wallet-friendly trends. Here, we break down how to pinch pennies by getting up  Read more

Denisse Lina Chavez outside her new restaurant.

Over the last decade or so, carnitas whisperer Denisse Lina Chavez developed a devout, sometimes obsessive following for her soulful southern Mexican cooking. First  Read more

The main dining room inside the Roberta’s compound.

The owners of Roberta’s are currently involved in a contentious legal standoff, and now the Bushwick pizza place has another lawyer-related issue to  Read more

Clockwise, from top left: Lumpia Shack, Bar Chuko Izakaya, Dimes, LYFE Kitchen, Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co., and El Rey Coffee Bar & Luncheonette.

The macrobiotic bowl of yore has lost  Read more

El Cortez’s Chicken Buddies sandwich.

Sky-high beef prices and the enduring sandwich craze have laid the groundwork for a new between-the-bread obsession: the fried-chicken sandwich. No longer the sole province of  Read more

East Wind Snack Shop’s pork-belly Gwaco bao.

In a year when the biggest news in downscale dining was the Shake Shack IPO, and when every other start-up aims to be “the  Read more

East Wind Snack Shop’s pork-belly Gwaco bao.

In a year when the biggest news in downscale dining was the Shake Shack IPO, and when every other start-up aims to be “the  Read more

Little Prince is offering a $35 prix fixe menu.

If there’s ever a time to remind New Yorkers of the glory of French food, it’s Bastille Day. With France’s Independence Day  Read more

This counts as eating a salad.

As Grub Street has noted before, the Bloody Mary is a much-maligned drink, having transformed over the years from a gentle, tasteful day-starter into —  Read more

Will there be more kale?

Williamsburg was once a fringe landscape of warehouses where college kids made bad decisions at 285 Kent, but now it’s the hottest destination in town for  Read more

Will there be more kale?

Williamsburg was once a fringe landscape of warehouses where college kids made bad decisions at 285 Kent, but now it’s the hottest destination in town for  Read more

BRB.

Well, that was quick: Just one day after unveiling its first-ever chicken sandwich, Shake Shack is putting it on hiatus. Tonight is the last night to score a ChickenShack until  Read more

The khao soi is safe!

Almost immediately after opening, Kao Soy was praised for bringing serious Thai cooking to Red Hook, garnering a three-star review from New York and a glowing  Read more

Poor Sheshe.

It’s always sad when a classic New York establishment is forced to close, but this is the Titanic of those sort of stories: After a court ruling on May  Read more

Fresh from Georgia.

Stephen and Jessica Rose launched the Peach Truck in 2012 with the intention of bringing the joy of Pearson Farm’s fresh Georgia peaches to folks around the country.  Read more

Looking good.

After not-so-quietly applying for a “ChickenShack” trademark back in May, Shake Shack is finally introducing its fried-chicken sandwich to the public. Starting today, it’ll be available exclusively at the  Read more

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