Reporter’s Notebook: An Olympic Challenge: Eat All the Korean Food That Visitors Won’t

0 Total Shares In our conversation, David Chang said it had been frustrating at times to see that Korean food — beyond bibimbap, barbecue and kimchi — was still so…

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Boîte: Ax Throwing and Beer, a Fun New Combo in Brooklyn

0 Total Shares “Everyone always says, ‘What could possibly go wrong?’” said Ginger Flesher-Sonnier, 49, the owner of Kick Axe, a new bar where guests toss shiny silver axes at…

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Front Burner: Not Your Everyday Pantry Staples

0 Total Shares Photo Give these as gifts for the hard-to-please cook. Credit Caitlin Ochs for The New York Times Blackbarn — the sprawling home goods store, cafe and bar…

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Front Burner: Book Highlights Queens in All of Its Deliciousness

0 Total Shares Photo About a third of this new guidebook is devoted to food. Credit Alessandra Montalto/The New York Times Queens has taken its place alongside cities like Paris,…

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Front Burner: 42nd Street Has a New Kind of Flaky Star

0 Total Shares Photo Spinach and cheese borekas can be reheated in an oven for a party. Credit Bess Adler for The New York Times Bourekas are filled Middle Eastern…

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Front Burner: Top-Shelf Snacks at Gotham Bar and Grill

0 Total Shares Photo French onion dip is one dish from Gotham Bar and Grill that you can make at home. Credit Bess Adler for The New York Times For…

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Legacy Records Lends Several Dining Options to Hudson Yards

0 Total Shares Photo The chef Ryan Hardy at Legacy Records. Credit Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times Headliner LEGACY RECORDS Something of a pioneering spirit has driven the chef Ryan…

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Front Burner: Sample New York City’s Best Brews

0 Total Shares Photo Credit Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times Starting Thursday, the soaring Winter Garden at Brookfield Place in Battery Park City will become the Winter Biergarten. Craft brewers…

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Rich and Chocolaty Hamantaschen for Purim

0 Total Shares Photo Credit Tony Cenicola/The New York Times Hamantaschen, the triangular pastries for Purim (which starts next Wednesday), are usually filled with prune, apricot or poppy seeds. This…

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Restaurant Review: Masa’s Chef Comes Out From Behind the Truffles, at Tetsu

0 Total Shares One and the same. True, Tetsu specializes in small plates, but then none of Mr. Takayama’s other restaurants are particularly known for supersizing. What Tetsu does differently…

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