Here Is All the New Bread New Yorkers Need to Eat Right Now

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Nur’s kubaneh. Photo: Liz Clayman

New York is a great town for carb freaks, a place where you can munch on a baguette while walking down the street to score roti or lard bread. In other words: There’s tons of great loaves, from all over the world, across the

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The Absolute Best Patty Melt in New York

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The patty melt at Bell Book & Candle. Photo: Liz Clayman

In its ideal form, a patty melt is a beef patty, Swiss cheese, and caramelized onions on griddle-toasted rye bread, and that’s it. The sandwich, it’s said, was invented in California sometime during the 1940s or ’50s at

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An Innovative Culinary Program Mixes Kitchen Training With Compassion

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Leroy Green has worked at Pondicheri since November. Photo: M. Cooper

Cooking saved Leroy Green’s life. “Before, I could have been anywhere. I could have been in jail,” he says. “That’s the thing about this now. I can do what I say I’m going to do.” Green, who’s rarely

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Harlem’s French Renaissance

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A small Francophile community, lured by Harlem’s sense of community and storied history, has sprung up, and along with it have come French restaurants.

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Harlem’s French Renaissance

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A small Francophile community, lured by Harlem’s sense of community and storied history, has sprung up, and along with it have come French restaurants.

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The Absolute Best Date Activity in New York

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Settle into your private pod at iPic and let the food come to you. Photo: Liz Clayman

Go ahead, meet your Tinderella for rosé at Olmsted, or a “Drunk at Gray’s Papaya” cocktail at Clancey. Both are perfect date spots, but sometimes you need a little more than a

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16 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This April

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What’s on the menu for April? Chocolate doughnuts. Photo: Liz Clayman

Every month in New York, there’s bound to be a bewildering number of new dishes to eat, drinks to imbibe, and food-themed events to attend. It would be impossible to pack in every single thing each month, and

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The Absolute Best Sports Bars in New York

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Standings is small, and otherwise perfect. Photo: Liz Clayman

New York has more professional sports teams than any other city in the country — and what feels like a serious lack of great sports bars. Tiny TVs, very odd policies about when games’ sound can be on, mediocre food,

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A Cookbook of Refugee Recipes Is a Hit on Kickstarter — Here’s How It Came Together

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Eat Offbeat’s cooks at work. Photo: EvaCruz

When Manal Kahi and her brother Wissam founded their catering company Eat Offbeat in 2015, they didn’t just want to feed New Yorkers. They wanted to change the story around refugees in America. The Kahis are originally from Lebanon, and their grandmother

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The Absolute Best Southern Restaurant in New York

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Pies ’n’ Thighs. Photo: Bobby Doherty/New York Magazine

“Southern” is an umbrella term for multiple culinary styles: Low Country food, barbecue, creole, soul food. All of these categories merit their own consideration, but for this list, we largely focused on the generalists. That is, restaurants that serve the most

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