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Chef Diego Oka Leads The Way To Fine Peruvian Dining In America. Follow Him.

Miami La Mar chef is spreading the tiradito gospel
Oct 22, 2014 11:00 am

Lima-born chef Diego Oka is of the most delicious school of Evangelism there is: travel the world, live everywhere, bring your cuisine to the hungry masses wherever you go and spread the word of delicious Peruvian food. A protege of renowned chef Gastón Acurio, Oka has been cooking during the uprising of a vibrant, fast-growing cuisine for nearly a decade, so don't let the baby face fool you. He's also got some music, restaurant recommendations and general advice you should take.

Here's What's Not On The Menu: Your Underpaid Female Server, Line Cook, Hostess

Join Eve Ensler in NYC, rally against harassment!
Oct 13, 2014 11:00 am

Whatcha doing Tuesday, October 14th at 11 a.m.? Rallying against sexual harassment in the restaurant industry? Demanding equal pay for women? Us too! Tuesday's “Not On The Menu” rally gives voices to the women impacted by the restaurant industry’s low wages and seeks to encourage anyone with experience in the restaurant industry to share their stories and fight the notion that sexual harassment and other forms of discrimination in the restaurant industry is ‘just part of the culture.’ 

5 Places To Eat Incredibly Well In Providence, RI

A creative food scene that's not to be overlooked
Oct 2, 2014 10:00 am

It's easy to overlook Providence when discussing the East Coast's most recognized food cities. Then again, the city is home to one of the country's top culinary institutions, Johnson & Wales, and the historical Italian neighborhood of Federal Hill. Its location near a number of notable farms and a large body of water ensure that the city's restaurants can access fresh produce and seafood year-round. Suddenly, it doesn't seem so far-fetched that Providence would be a city bustling with food options, full of packed establishments that mix old and new, classical and contemporary. Here are five of our favorite places to eat in town.

6 New York City Restaurants That Are Celebrating Big Anniversaries

Hitting the five or ten-year mark is no small feat
Sep 18, 2014 12:00 pm

Operating a restaurant is no easy task. Between space, equipment and personnel issues, it’s a straight uphill battle from day one. Stories of high-profile restaurant closings hit the newswire almost every month, with well-known and popular establishments regularly closing their doors for good. Simply put, it’s a big achievement when restaurants make it through a year or two – let alone five or ten – in New York City. And that’s exactly what these six city staples have managed to do.

5 New Places To Eat And Drink Exceptionally Well In Washington, D.C.

Nation's capital is quickly gaining culinary cred
Sep 9, 2014 8:00 am

There's more to the nation's capital than just museums and political shenanigans. The District is home to a rapidly expanding food and drink scene, which includes America's "best new restaurant" as decided by Bon Appétit. Here are five hot new places that easily justify a trip inside the Beltway.

Fall Preview 2014: 10 Major Restaurant Openings In Philadelphia

America's great underrated food scene gets a boost
Aug 27, 2014 12:00 pm

What does Philadelphia’s underrated restaurant scene have in store for diners this fall? Read on for details on 10 of Philly’s most anticipated autumn debuts, a mix of celebrity chefs, rising talent and under-the-radar newcomers vying for theirs in this thriving (and competitive) culinary city.

Food Republic's Fall Preview 2014 Is Here!

Restaurants, cookbooks and drinks 'round the USA
Aug 25, 2014 8:00 am

This week, we are breaking in with our 2014 Fall Preview. New restaurant and bars tend to open by the dozen in the fall months and several Food Republic editors and writers, based around the world, have been following their progress all summer long. Look for reports from Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia and the American South, as well as a few international destinations too.

Wait, It's Only 2 Hours From NYC? 5 Great Places To Eat In Bucks County.

A nice alternative to upstate and the Hamptons
Aug 19, 2014 9:00 am

An easy two-hour drive from NYC, this serene part of Pennsylvania and New Jersey rewards with postcard-perfect scenery, charming inns and terrific cultural offerings like galleries and museums. As we found out after a well-fed summer in the area, there are some great restaurants too. Here, we share 5 places to eat and drink incredibly well in Bucks County.

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