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A Closer Look At The Whitney’s Sleek, Seafood-Centric New Restaurant, Untitled

New opening from Gramercy Tavern’s Michael Anthony
Apr 28, 2015 10:00 am

“The last thing that this restaurant is meant to do is compete with the artwork or try to be pretentious,” says acclaimed chef Michael Anthony of Untitled, located inside New York City’s all-new Whitney Museum of American Art. Writer Rachel Signer has the scoop on the chef’s ambitions and artfully curated menu.

A Craft-Beer Revolution Is Happening In Ireland Right Now. Here’s Where To Drink.

7 pubs to visit in Dublin for the crafty good stuff
Apr 23, 2015 9:00 am

With interesting new breweries opening and customers looking for more choice, an increased number of Irish pubs are focusing on craft beer and turning their backs on mainstream brands like Guinness. The craft-beer sector has tripled in size in three years, and sales were up 50 percent in 2014 alone. With this increased production, a large number of craft-centric pubs have sprouted up in Dublin over the past couple years. Here are seven to visit.

10 Great Places To Drink Craft Beer In Washington, D.C.

The nation’s capital has a great beer-bar scene
Apr 21, 2015 12:00 pm

In the past decade, the D.C. craft-beer scene’s cup has runneth over as bars and restaurants continue to pump up their offerings. With an abundance of microbreweries opening in and around the District, there are plenty of locally made options available. Oftentimes tough to find outside of the region, these area brews ensure your beer-drinking experience in Washington is a unique one.

5 Places That Are Reinventing The Pickle Plate

These bites transcend the old sour spear
Apr 16, 2015 1:00 pm

Restaurants nationwide have taken a page from the old Jewish-deli playbook by offering plates of puckering pickles as starters. But these aren’t the same sour cucumber spears of yore. Writer Megan Giller uncovers some of the more interesting pickle plates being served across the U.S.

How To Blow Your Tax Refund On A Single Meal

You’re prob getting some money back. Now spend it.
Apr 13, 2015 9:00 am

As we approach mid-April, farmers’ markets are flush with spring produce, baseball season still holds promise and our pockets are heavy with annual tax rebate checks. This year, why not manifest your culinary destiny by spending that government-issued Monopoly money on one truly spectacular meal? Whether you fancy a foraged feast in the Pacific Northwest or full-tilt hedonism in Las Vegas, now is the time to eat heavily and carry a big check.

10 Things To Eat At Citi Field, Home Of The New York Mets

Featuring quality food AND baseball this year
Apr 8, 2015 1:00 pm

It’s baseball season! In contrast to the New York Mets’ level of play in recent years, the quality of the food and beverage options available at Citi Field — which opened in 2009 — has never wavered. Between collaborations with big-name chefs and local businesses, the stadium has always boasted an impressive array of culinary offerings. The Mets will welcome several additional vendors in 2015, so we’ve divided our guide to eating at the ballpark into “existing” and “new” categories.

Is It Time We Stop Using The Term “Asian Fusion”?

It’s both ambiguous and misleading
Apr 7, 2015 3:00 pm

“I could definitely go for some Asian fusion tonight.” It’s a phrase you’ve undoubtedly heard while debating dinner options with friends or colleagues. But what does it mean? What type of food falls under this all-encompassing genre, and what exactly is it that is being fused?

8 New Places To Eat Incredibly Well In The Washington, D.C., Area

The nation’s capital is fast becoming a food mecca
Apr 7, 2015 9:00 am

Washington, D.C.’s vibrant restaurant scene has been growing at a dizzying pace for the past few years. And it shows no signs of slowing down, as big-name chefs and promising up-and-comers alike have unveiled a flurry of high-profile projects this spring. Here are eight notable new spots to check out in and around the nation’s capital.

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