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The railcar-style diner first opened in 1952.

Less than a day after we learned that beloved Sheepshead Bay diner El Greco will be razed to accommodate a condominium complex, Brownstoner learns  Read more

Hey, Dutchess.

It was back in April that the Underground Gourmet had the first word on the Crown Finish Caves, those voluminous old lagering tunnels beneath a former Bergen Street brewery  Read more

Bowien is back.

Photo: missionchinesefood/Instagram

Danny Bowien officially reopened Mission Chinese Food last night at 171 East Broadway, last home to the short-lived Rosette. The comeback follows the restaurant’s exodus from  Read more

Bowien is back.

Photo: missionchinesefood/Instagram

Danny Bowien officially reopened Mission Chinese Food last night at 171 East Broadway, last home to the short-lived Rosette. The comeback follows the restaurant’s exodus from  Read more

You may soon have fewer choices.

A merger of unprecedented size and scope is under way between two of the city’s three biggest distributors, Manhattan Beer Distributors and Phoenix Beehive Beverages,  Read more

Yo-ho-ho.

Just in time for the ten-year-anniversary Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights Blu-ray, assuming someone has the guts to release such a thing, comes some pretty broad but nonetheless promising industry speculation  Read more

Owner Brian Smith.

One week before Brian Smith opened Ample Hills Creamery’s shop in the summer of 2011, he operated a commercial ice-cream-maker for the first time ever. “I had no  Read more

Flour, butter, eggs, sugar, yeast, raisins, and candied fruit.

Sweet breads, like stollen, can be rather polarizing. And everyone knows the annual jokes about fruitcake. But it’s hard not to love  Read more

As far as we’re concerned, the debate about whether restaurants should charge for bread is over with the naturally leavened loaves Pam Yung serves at her and José Ramírez-Ruiz’s prix  Read more

This is actually the final Power Rankings for 2014, which history will no doubt remember as a truly fantastic year for restaurant openings. But we’ll save the year-end wrap-up stuff  Read more

Diamond at Wilma Jean, one of the three restaurants she co-owns with Rob Newton.

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Housemade tagliatelle with Dungeness cab, Chives, and Meyer lemon.

Eli Zabar’s stores are New York icons — places to purchase spectacular smoked fish, snack on chocolate babka, and even say, “I  Read more

Farewell, Darjeeling.

Here’s Park Slope has the news that Tea Lounge on Union Avenue will brew its last pots this weekend. Earlier neighborhood rumors suggested the space had been put on  Read more

The original.

Defonte’s of Brooklyn is so beloved that even people who’ve sworn off gluten routinely pledge allegiance to the place and its sesame-seeded “thirds.” In general, it seems as though  Read more

Clam power forever.

Aaron Leftkove, who owns the tiny Gowanus clam shack Littleneck and its sister establishment in Greenpoint, tells amNY he had nothing to do with a recent Craigslist posting  Read more

Incoming!

An intrepid team from Brooklyn Daily went to check in on TGI Fridays’ “Mobile Mistletoe” promotion at the Sheepshead Bay restaurant, and it got bloody. Under normal operating conditions, the  Read more

Lakh Lakh

Today’s enterprising chefs have a multitude of ways to crack the competitive culinary market—a food truck, for instance, or a Smorgasburg stand, or a stall in one of the  Read more

Beer, beer, beer.

Beer is obviously part of the appeal of Threes Brewing, a new 8,000-square-foot brewery in Brooklyn, which opens on December 11. Owners Justin Israelson, Joshua Stylman, and Andrew  Read more

“It’s certainly more French than it ever was before,” says Chang.

Last week, after six years inhabiting a tiny plywood box on First Avenue, David Chang’s Momofuku Ko expanded to comparatively  Read more

Grab and espresso, watch the race.

Manuel Mainardi, a co-founder of the production company Creative Chaos, has been serious about bikes for 15 years and racing them for five. After he  Read more

Now available in any amount.

You can now give this, the Grub Street Culinary Scholar Card, to someone you love. It comes in any amount and hooks them up with  Read more

Now available in any amount.

You can now give this, the Grub Street Culinary Scholar Card, to someone you love. It comes in any amount and hooks them up with  Read more

Hang in there!

The fabled olive groves of Tuscany and Puglia have fallen victim to a particularly pestilent species of fruit fly that has a knack for buzzing around trees, burrowing  Read more

Come on, come on, feel the vibration.

The Mark-, Donnie-, and big brother worrywart chef Paul-owned burger chain made famous by A&E announced an ambitious expansion that will add 27 more  Read more

Alder’s tart with potato, bacon, and goat cheese.

Brunch doesn’t always get a lot of respect, but the fact is that, in New York, anyway, quite a few great restaurants take  Read more

Meatballs from Frankies 457, right at your door.

Caviar, which partners with many restaurants that don’t traditionally offer the option,has expanded into Brooklyn. The upstart food delivery service was acquired by  Read more

Green all over.

It was just 16 months ago that Sweetgreen, the fast-casual salad company that’s based around sustainable and local menu items, made an auspicious debut at the NoMad hotel  Read more

Green all over.

It was just 16 months ago that Sweetgreen, the fast-casual salad company that’s based around sustainable and local menu items, made an auspicious debut at the NoMad hotel  Read more

No, llamas will not be on the menu.

The old, old-school tradition of New York inns such as the Beatrice, Waverly, and maybe Ear continues in early 2015 with the opening  Read more

César Ramirez in his kitchen.

A lawsuit filed yesterday in United States District Court by five former workers at the original Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare stands to sink the reputation  Read more

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