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We Chat With West Village Restaurateur Gabriel Stulman

Jacqueline Raposo 1 comment

It's clear why Gabriel Stulman taken the West Village restaurant scene by storm in the past few years, with five locations on his list of successes and one more in the works. He chatted with us about his take on hospitality, the role of family in his restaurants, and why he's excited to be getting a little older. More

10 Cauliflower Dishes We Love in NYC

The Serious Eats Team 31 comments

There's probably nothing duller than steamed cauliflower—which is why cauliflower in just about any other form gets us so excited. Roasted or fried, it turns crisp-tender with irresistible nutty brown bits. Blended with cream or butter, it becomes rich and silken, a decadent soup or purée. And that's just scratching the surface. We've had excellent cauliflower dishes in New York from chefs of all culinary persuasions. Here are ten of our favorites. What's your favorite cauliflower preparation? More

Heirloom Tomato Dishes We Love Right Now

The Serious Eats Team 2 comments

Sure, we'd be happy eating heirloom tomatoes with nothing but a sprinkle of salt or a slather of mayo this time of year. But how are New York's chefs celebrating tomato season? Here are some of our favorite tomato dishes across the city right now. Get 'em while they're here! More

A Sandwich A Day: Trout on Toast at Joseph Leonard

A Sandwich a Day Carey Jones Post a comment

While smoked fish is a pretty standard breakfast offering in New York, the open-faced smoked trout ($15) sandwich at Joseph Leonard is different enough to be interesting: with the cream cheese are firm flakes of fish, incredibly fresh-tasting horseradish, and chopped hard boiled egg, along with capers and red onion. More

Ed Levine's Top 10 Potato Dishes

Ed Levine 4 comments

Make no bones about it, I'm a spuds man. A properly cooked potato—fried, mashed, hashed, souffled, baked, chipped, a pizza topping—is a beautiful thing any time of day: breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack. New York's chefs are quite accommodating when it comes to indulging my predilection for potatoes. Herewith, some of my favorite places to get my potato fix. What are your favorite spots for potatoes in the city? More

Top 5 Breakfast Sandwiches of 2010

Carey Jones 2 comments

We love pancakes and scrambled eggs as much as the next eaters, but if there's one thing that really gets us excited in the mornings, it's a great breakfast sandwich. And there were plenty of great ones in 2010. Here are five of our favorites. More

Apps Only: Joseph Leonard

Apps Only Ben Fishner 1 comment

Editor's note: In "Apps Only," Ben Fishner will be eating his way through New York's appetizer, bar, and lounge menus as your guide to fine dining on a budget. He blogs at Ben Cooks Everything. Chilled lobster from Joseph... More

The Brunch Dish: Watermelon Salad at Joseph Leonard

The Brunch Dish Nikki Goldstein 3 comments

[Photos: Nikki Goldstein] There's no question that there's some serious dining to be had at Joseph Leonard—both in the morning and at night. But the excitement I had for some new summer dishes on the brunch menu didn't yield... More

The Best Oatmeal in New York

Carey Jones 18 comments

Oatmeal from Prime Meats. Not quite the best in New York, but tasty just the same. [Photograph: Robyn Lee] There are two kinds of people: Those who understand why one would order oatmeal from a restaurant, and those who... More

Joseph Leonard Breakfast: Perfect Season's Eating

Ed Levine 4 comments

"A perfect holiday season breakfast spot." With its quirky and well-worn but comforting feel—not to mention former Bouchon Bakery chef de cuisine Jim McDuffee in charge of the kitchen—you'd think that Joseph Leonard would be the kind of place that... More

The Whole Hog at Joseph Leonard's 'Cochon Sundays'

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Some yummy news from Joseph Leonard: Every Sunday, chef Jim McDuffee will take apart a whole pig, using each element in a different, featured dish—a few appetizers, a few mains, and who knows what else. Dishes available a la carte... More

Joseph Leonard for Lunch: Next Stop, Yummyville?

Ed Levine 10 comments

[Photographs: Adam Kuban] Joseph Leonard 170 Waverly Place, New York NY 10014 (at Christopher; map); 646-429-8383; josephleonard.com Service: Casual, enthusiastic, attentive Setting: A tiny space that looks like your favorite eccentric uncle's studio apartment Compare It To: Little Owl,... More

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