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Eighteen guests pay $185 each for a meal that might consist of as many as 20 canapes and 10 dishes.
A Queens lawmaker wants street vendors to have to make the grade.
Addition of specialized areas draws new, targeted buyers.
Restaurants outsource some foods because they are labor-intensive or require special equipment or skills, and because they are so popular they must be produced in bulk, like the pão de queijo.
Dan Barber, a chef and owner of the Blue Hill restaurants in New York and a prominent writer on food and agricultural policies, urged consumers to become picky eaters.
The son of a baker, Papalexis grew up next door to a hot dog factory in upper Manhattan.
Named for a hilly stretch of Windsor Terrace where goats once roamed, Nanny Goat Hill operates in the manner of a pop-up restaurant.
If visions of sugar-plums are already dancing in your head, Dylan’s Candy Bar has the solution.
Grub Street learns that a class-action lawsuit is being filed against Le Bernardin chef-owner Eric Ripert and co-owner Maguey Le Coze for alleged wage violations.
Local businesses lose $40 million as conflict drags on. Sen. Malcolm Smith and representatives from area bars and restaurants have launched a new campaign in hopes of ending the lockout.