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Beef Is a Problem. This Seattle Steakhouse Wants to Be Part of the Solution.

SEATTLE — One of the first things you’ll notice about Bateau, a critically acclaimed steakhouse in a city typically associated with seafood, is ...

In Queens, Fiery Aguachile Lives in a Yellow Submarine

Serious is not the word that springs immediately to mind when you arrive at Mariscos El Submarino, a seafood restaurant on Roosevelt Avenue in ...

Risotto for Beginners

Shelf-stable risotto kits, some even dressed with a whiff of truffle, are fairly common. A new one from Tasty Ribbon is designed for a rank ...

What Does Horror Taste Like? ‘Carnage Asada’ and Bloody Cocktails

There are many ways restaurant décor can say welcome: fresh flowers, linen tablecloths, soft lighting. At Terror Tacos in St. Louis, the welcome ...

When Outdoor Diners and Homeless People Meet, Restaurants Struggle to Cope

When Stephen Werther, an owner and the chef of the West Village restaurant and market Suprema Provisions, opened his business for outdoor dining ...

900 Pages of Drinking Wisdom, a Decade in the Making

David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum have been studying bars, booze and drinks for a combined 40 years. So they thought they knew their chosen area ...

The Smoky Taste of Wok Hei, Without a Wok

My youngest child recently said to me, “I wish I was more Chinese.” We were eating mooncakes, trying to catch the bits of salted preserved egg ...

The Global Allure of Crispy Chicken

Fried chicken, crispy chicken, chicken schnitzel: Is there another dish so ubiquitous and yet, so particular? Everyone has one, yes, but everyone ...

Greek Reds Have Yet to Have Their Moment. Is Now the Time?

I recently met with a Greek wine importer, who, in addition to introducing me to a few excellent bottles, detailed his 20 years of frustration at ...

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