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Jimmy's No. 43 Goes Danish

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Jimmy Carbone and Danish chef Trine Hahnemann. [Photograph: Joe DiStefano] Jimmy Carbone, proprietor of the eponymous East Village gastropub, has always had an open mind when it comes to various cuisines of the world. The rathskellerlike space has been... More

The Brunch Dish: Arbroath Smokie Kedgeree at The Highlands

The Brunch Dish Nikki Goldstein Post a comment

Each component of this dish was delicious--the smoked fish in particular was lovely--but no matter how many bites I took, the flavors competed more than they complemented. More

Raising the Bar: Clerkenwell, A Gastropub on the Lower East Side

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In her column "Raising the Bar," Bionic Bites author Tia Kim will be checking out the grub at a different bar each week. [Photos: Tia Kim] I'm always on the look-out for good fish and chips, so for the past... 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

Gus and Gabriel Gastropub: The Greek Coffee Shop (Diner) of Our Dreams?

Ed Levine 15 comments

Imagine your local Greek coffee shop or diner being taken over by a hard-working fancypants celebrity chef, who happens to be Greek-American. Sounds promising, doesn't it? See what chef Michael Psilakis (of Anthos, Kefi, and Mia Dona) has done at the new Gus and Gabriel Gastropub on the Upper West side. More

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