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Feast for the Eye: Chef Matthew Lightner Forages Against the Machine at Atera

The new Tribeca eatery helmed by the Portland transplant aims to keep things cozy and handcrafted.

Andrew Chapman, marcus samuelsson, ginny's, ginny's supper club, harlem, red rooster,

Seeking Transcendence Downstairs at Ginny’s Supper Club

Marcus Samuelsson introduces the newest addition to his Harlem empire with a glamorous, swinging supper club right under Red Rooster.

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Feast for the Eye: Brasserie Pushkin

Andrey Dellos’ first American outpost, opening in a week, is situated just a Fabergé-egg toss from Fifth Avenue, at 41 West 57th Street.

farmshop, brentwood country mart, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Garner, chef jeff cerciello, rancho gordo, steve sando, thomas keller, french laundry, bouchon, ad hoc, judd apatow, leslie mann, carolyn murphy

Feast for the Eye: Farmshop, Not Your Average Grocery Store

Chef Jeff Cerciello built it as a 1,750-square-foot showcase for California’s food culture.

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A Peek at New York's Super Linda

The restaurant’s debut has been hotly anticipated for a few reasons, mainly pertaining to the owners.

North End Grill, Tabla, Danny Meyer, Floyd Cardoz

Feast for the Eye: North End Grill

Danny Meyer and Floyd Cardoz bring their second act to Battery Park.

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Adrian Moore's Plats du Jour

The Parisian food blogger, and concierge at the Mandarin Oriental, picks some of the hottest new places to eat in the City of Light.

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Fancy a Spot? David's Tea Takes New York

The recent Canadian import aims to convert Americans into a nation of tea drinkers.

The L.A. Food Scene Grows Some Local Spots

The locavore food movement has put down roots in Los Angeles. Here are some of the latest and greatest.

Hung Huynh, Top Chef, Catch

Feast for the Eye: Hung Huynh's Latest Catch

The Top Chef winner's first big-time restaurant is in the heart of the Meatpacking district.

Melanie Dunea Goes for Seconds on Last Supper

Set to hit shelves Tuesday, Melanie Dunea's update to "My Last Supper" shines a light on 50 celebrated chefs.

Alain Allegretti, La Promenade des Anglais

Alain Allegretti Kicks the Complications

At his newest restaurant La Promenade des Anglais, the Nice-born chef aims to serve up French cuisine minus the “stuffiness.”

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