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Restaurants Now: Ramón Freixa Madrid, Joseph Leonard, Mathias Dahlgren

In this week’s roundup, delirious excess is the order of the day at Madrid’s latest superstar restaurant, while two other spots—one in New York’s West Village, the other in...
chefs + restaurants

Restaurants Now: Black Iron Burger Shop, Tony’s Pizza Napoletana, Pilu Kiosk

During the dog days of summer, casual is key. This week, we check out a burger dive in New York City’s East Village; San Francisco’s latest entry into the Neapolitan pizza craze; and a beachside...
food + cooking

My Day on a Plate: Nora Ephron

Nora Ephron—novelist, screenwriter, director, serious eater—with her latest film, Julie & Julia, dishes about everything she ate over the course of 24 hours....
chefs + restaurants

Restaurants Now: Flour + Water, Civetta, Restaurant at St. Paul’s

This week, our roundup includes two highly anticipated Italian openings, one in San Francisco, the other in New York City. Plus, fine dining in—of all places—a London crypt.
chefs + restaurants

Restaurants Now: Aureole, Browntrout, Burma Superstar

From townhouse to Times Square: If only all moves could be as smooth as Aureole’s into its new location. Plus, a fine Chicago restaurant that doesn’t flaunt its green credentials and great...
food + cooking

My Day on a Plate: Kyle MacLachlan

From Agent Dale Cooper on Twin Peaks to Orson Hodge on Desperate Housewives, Kyle MacLachlan has played some of American television’s most memorable—and eccentric—characters....
travel + culture

Travel Smart: New York’s Proud New Path

Gourmet’s travel editor walks the High Line, a park in the sky on an abandoned rail trestle.
chefs + restaurants

Restaurants Now: The Standard Grill, Sepia, Rech

This week, a scene is born under Manhattan’s High Line, a Tetsuya’s veteran goes solo in Sydney, and Jacques Maximin returns to Paris in a big way.
travel + culture

Travel Smart: Crazy for Frequent-Flyer Miles

You can’t beat the system anymore, but here are a few ideas for coming out ahead.
chefs + restaurants

Eight Great Italian Markets in New York City

Successive waves of Italian immigration beginning a century and a half ago have blessed New Yorkers with the country’s best collection of Italian markets.
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