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Thursday, November 20, 2014

The Weekly Roundup: Thomas Keller's Turkey Tips, 2014 Eater Awards and A Pork Rib Lovers Guide to NYC

  • TRAVEL | FOODS OF NEW YORK TOURS:A few weeks ago, I took a couple days off to unwind in New York with a few friends.  While there, I had the pleasure of taking a Foods of NY Tour.  We decided on the Original Greenwich Village Tour since is was a part of New York that we have not fully explored yet and wanted to discover its rich Italian history and culture.  I had the best time trying delectable bites from all the "mom and pop" restaurants and learning about the neighborhood.
  • New York City in 10 exciting tours: Foods of New York Tours promises you an off beat experience, giving you tantalizing glimpses into the ethnic food culture of the average New York resident. And really, its not just about the food, it is a blend of the cultures, the history, the architecture and the various influences that have brought into existence the quintessential New York City food.

  • The 2014 Eater Awards for New York City: It is time now-drumroll, trumpets, gongs-to announce the winners of the 2014 Eater Awards. In over a dozen categories in 24 cities, the winners comprise a diverse group of the finest and most interesting chefs, operators, and characters on the continent that have defined this year in dining.
  • Thanksgiving in New York City; 20 Great Places to Dine Out: Thanksgiving is a mere two weeks away, and reservations are booking up fast. So if you want to eat out in the city, it's time to start planning. Here's a guide to 20 excellent New York restaurants, at a range of price points, that will be serving something special on Thanksgiving.
  • The Ultimate, Unabridged Pork Rib Lovers Guide to New York City: The pork rib was once considered to be an off-cut, relegated to the economy section of the butcher's case. But its popularity has risen dramatically in recent years, so much so that some ribs can compete in price and demand with those "high on the hog" cuts like loin chops.
  • Hudson River Park Gets $100 Million Launch: Barry Diller Leads Private Funding for Pier, Amphitheater Planned on Hudson



  • Where to Find an Oyster Happy Hour in All 5 Boroughs: All three Mermaid Inn locations offer $1 oysters Monday through Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m. The oysters are paired with a drink special: All draft beers are $5, wine is $6 and cocktails are $7.
  • The Best Lease In NYC: $10/Month For 50 Years In West Village: We've seen things you people wouldn't believe: $1,000/month rent-stabilized Upper West Side apartments; $331.76/month four-bedroom Village apartments; $55.01/month SoHo pads; $287/month Prospect Park co-ops. But nothing could prepare us for West Village tenant Jud Parker's deal: $10/month for a ­1,400 sq ft apartment on Minetta Street ...for the next 50 years.

  • THE 10 BEST PHO SPOTS IN NYC: NYC's 10 best places to get the slurp-worthy noodle soup that is pho, from Manhattan, to Ridgewood, to the always-reliable Sunset Park.
  • Inside Chinatown's Dim Sum Dance Party Scene: An after-hours Chinese restaurant adventure always raises a few eyebrows among friends I implore to tag along, but it's not a new premise, as promoters MeanRed and Travis Bass have been hosting pop-up parties in these spaces since 2008.

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