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Avocado Toast Finally Gets the Breezy Summer Jam It Deserves

Avocado Toast Finally Gets the Breezy Summer Jam It Deserves The patron dish of Instagram food now has its very own song, the creatively titled “Avocado Toast,” which seems to be about sitting at home, watching Netflix, and “eating avocado…

10 Things to Do This Weekend

10 Things to Do This Weekend Events to check out this weekend, August 2 to 5. 1. Spot some campy cats.Get a new catitude (sorry) at the Algonquin Hotel tonight at the deliciously kitschy Cat Celebration and Fashion Show. From…

Where to Eat Middle Eastern Food in New York City Right Now

Where to Eat Middle Eastern Food in New York City Right Now While New Yorkers tend to have adventurous tastes, restaurants anchored in French, Italian, East Asian, and Latin American cuisine still dominate the market. But some of the most…

Papa John’s Begins Scrubbing All Images of Founder

Papa John’s Begins Scrubbing All Images of Founder If the Papa John’s saga was a time-traveling movie, this would be the part where founder John Schnatter starts disappearing from family photos. Today, the Post reports that Papa John’s corporate recently…

Is This New Cheese Ice Cream Any Good?

Is This New Cheese Ice Cream Any Good? It only took three words to leave the internet aghast late last week: Cheese. Ice. Cream. Starting today, New York’s own OddFellows ice cream and Murray’s Cheese have joined forces to give…

CNN Announces the Final 5 Episodes of Parts Unknown

CNN Announces the Final 5 Episodes of Parts Unknown The late, great Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown will come to an end, but not quite yet. CNN says that the final five episodes of the celebrated Parts Unknown will air this…

The Absolute Best Restaurants in Bushwick

The Absolute Best Restaurants in Bushwick Many associate Bushwick’s arrival as a dining destination with the opening of Roberta’s, the hipster pizzeria turned culinary complex. But before that, Northeast Kingdom established a locavore, farm-to-table presence in a neighborhood already inhabited…

Great Options for a Healthyish & Quick Weeknight Dinner

Great Options for a Healthyish & Quick Weeknight Dinner Eating out in this city can get pretty pricey, even when you’re just looking for a casual and somewhat healthy weeknight dinner, which for us, happens to be quite often. If…

Big Tip: Where Should I Shop for My Dining Room?

Big Tip: Where Should I Shop for My Dining Room? Even before they won this year’s James Beard Award for Outstanding Restaurant Design (Under 75 Seats), Amy Morris and Anna Polonsky of the MP Shift were focused on working with…

7 Ice Cream Spots That Serve Not so Typical Flavors

7 Ice Cream Spots That Serve Not so Typical Flavors Let’s be real, the only way to adequately combat the heat is to eat lots of ice cream. Here at EatingNYC, we believe that the day just isn’t complete without…

Jonathan Gold’s Timeless, Tireless Criticism

Jonathan Gold’s Timeless, Tireless Criticism Long before the Pulitzer Prize, the avuncular long-form profiles, and the movies that people made about him, Jonathan Gold managed to cultivate a grander, slightly more beatific air than your average portly food writer. He…

Rivington Street Restaurant Hemlock is Closing

Rivington Street Restaurant Hemlock is Closing Over the weekend, Diego Moya announced that his Lower East Side restaurant, Hemlock, will be closing at the end of the month. In an Instagram post, he kept it short and sweet, writing, “We’re…