Serious Eats New York: Redesigned for Maximum Deliciousness
A couple of months ago Ed Levine Eats morphed into Serious Eats: New York. There were just too many delicious things to eat in the Big Apple we weren't covering because I didn't have the time or the stomach capacity. So I decided to unleash the force of many other New York-based serious eaters to cover as much deliciousness as we could eat and drink.
We thought there was a need for a never-ending search for deliciousness in New York, and apparently you agreed, because our community has grown tremendously in that time. You loved Kathy Chan's search for the perfect ice cream sandwich, Gordon Mark's quest for the perfect bowl of noodles in Chinatown, and our attempt to identify all the New York-based food icons in Grand Theft Auto IV. I loved it, too. How could you not?
But we realized there was some unfinished business to attend to. Even though Serious Eats: New York was its own entity, it looked like the Serious Eats front page. That blurred the lines a little too much, and we saw that people were missing some great entries on SE:NY in the confusion.
So we're proud to relaunch Serious Eats: New York with a new design that matches the energy of the great food city we're reporting on. We hope this will help you find all the best eats in New York. In addition to the blog, which is now located at newyork.seriouseats.com, there is also a Serious Eats: New York Talk section, where you can start your own discussions and chew the fat with other serious eaters in New York. And we'll be sending out the first Serious Eats: New York newsletter at the end of the week—if you haven't signed up to receive it yet, get on that now. Thanks for making Serious Eats: New York such a quick success, and we look forward to hearing from all of you in the comments of all our posts!