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Where to Eat with Vegetarians and Meat Lovers in NYC: An Omnivorous Guide to 60 Restaurants

The Serious Eats Team 9 comments

Being a vegetarian in New York isn't the challenge it used to be, but that doesn't mean it's always easy. Sure, most restaurants these days offer one or two decent vegetarian options, but sometimes you don't want the pasta or a meal made cobbled together from side dishes. With that in mind, here are 60 recommendations for restaurants that accommodate vegetarians without disappointing carnivores. More

Five Restaurants Still Accepting Reservations for Passover Seder

Max Falkowitz Post a comment

Here are five restaurants offering Passover Seder meals that still have availability as of Sunday evening, April 1st. But reservations aren't slowing down, so book your seating fast before it's too late. More

16 Dishes That We Loved at the City Harvest Bid Against Hunger Gala

Chris Hansen 4 comments

At Serious Eats, we're all about food. And even when we're not reading or writing about it, we're perhaps thinking, idealizing, and dreaming about it. But we're also cognizant of the millions of New Yorkers who don't have ready access to food, which is why we're down with City Harvest, an organization that for over 25 years, has helped to feed the New York City's hungry. And in order to fund this massive effort (they estimate they'll rescue 30 million lbs of food this year), they've partnered with some of the city's best restaurants to throw their annual Bid Against Hunger gala, which was held yesterday evening at the Metropolitan Pavilion. More

Taste of the Nation, NYC: 10 Delicious Desserts

Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

Even after all the savory dishes, the sweets at Taste of the Nation demanded our attention. Though spring rhubarb was a recurring theme, the stars were two non-rhubarb offerings: Telepan's incredibly delicate milk chocolate peanut buttermousse cake and Aquavit's blueberry soup with yogurt foam and egg made from goat cheese parfait with a sea buckthorn yolk. More

Telepan Tribeca: A Pop-Up That Should Stay Up

Ed Levine 6 comments

Why did super-chef Bill Telepan open his Tribeca pop-up when his eponymous Upper West Side restaurant has already become the go-to spot for serious food at reasonable prices? His answer: "Because it's so much fun. We get to use stuff from farmers we don't normally get to use. And because the overhead is so low, we get to spend most of the money on the food we put on the plate." More

The Brunch Dish: A Massive Prix Fixe Spread at Telepan

The Brunch Dish Nikki Goldstein 5 comments

Zagat voted Telepan's brunch the best in the city in 2010, which was all I needed to hear to check it out myself. Indeed, it's a reliable bet with a wide range of options for repeat visitors, but is it really the best in the city? More

Telepan's Celebration of the Seasons

Katie Quinn 1 comment

The zucchini course with stuffed blossoms, lemon, and white beans. [Photographs: Reese Muntean] To dine at Telepan, on the Upper West Side, is to celebrate the flavors of the season. And all this week, Telepan celebrates spring with an... More

Snapshots from Meatball Madness

Nick Solares 4 comments

The first Meatball Madness took place last night at the New York Wine and Food Festival, and judging from the attendance and the enthusiasm of the crowd it is fair to say that the event was a runaway success.... More

Kids' Restaurant Week

Erin Zimmer 4 comments

A few months ago, new daddio Zach Brooks declared that restaurants should implement a baby seating. While he loves his street meat (which he probably pulverizes into a baby-friendly paste for little Harry), Zach misses dining out at nicer... More

Sugar Rush: Apple Fritters at Telepan

Sugar Rush Kathy YL Chan 1 comment

Some desserts, you just really, really do not want to share. This includes the apple fritter, currently featured on Telepan's dessert menu. Two apple rings, lightly battered, then fried dark and crisp. It's far from airy light, but not... More

Your Guide to Dining Out in NYC on Thanksgiving

Kerry Saretsky Post a comment

Today is precisely one month to the date before Thanksgiving, which is also the date many restaurants offering Thanksgiving service begin taking reservations for the holiday. Most New York kitchens can scarcely fit a chicken, much less a whole turkey,... More

Thanksgiving Out: Telepan

Kerry Saretsky Post a comment

72 West 69th Streest, between Columbus Avenue & Central Park West 212.580.4300 First Course Fall salad Smoked trout Squash gnocchi Vegetable bread soup Roasted quail or House-made ham and salami Main Course Traditional turkey Two fish selections Pork selection... More

Adventures in Plating: Telepan's Onion Ring Bowl

Zach Brooks Post a comment

"At first, I didn't recognize the french-fry holder for what it was." Photograph by Eating in Translation I am all about edible bowls. The most obvious examples are always nice, like ice cream in a edible cone-cup or soup... More

Stuffing Our Faces at the James Beard Awards

Zach Brooks 1 comment

Everyone has their own reasons for going to the James Beard Awards, which took place last night at Lincoln Center. Some people go to collect their awards, a few actually do some reporting, many are there to drink, one was... More

Brunch in Delicious Comfort

Ed Levine Post a comment

Holiday season is heavy brunch season, so I thought it would be helpful to mention a couple of fine brunch spots where you can eat well for a fair price in comfortable surroundings, without having to wait on line. Telepan's... More

Telepan: Another Good Answer to the Brunch Question

Ed Levine 1 comment

Like many New Yorkers, I am constantly on the lookout for good brunch spots. On Sunday I discovered a great New York brunch at Telepan. It's $28 for two courses plus an insanely good house-made bread basket that includes scones, coffee cake, and killer banana bread. More

Top Ten Fancy-Pants Burgers in New York City

Ed Levine 9 comments

-->I don't know why, but lately I find myself eating fancy-pants burgers at every turn. Perhaps I'm coming under the influence of Adam Kuban, who really does order a hamburger in every restaurant that has one on the menu. Whatever... More

My Five Favorite Burgers

Ed Levine 4 comments

A burger from Shake Shack My top five burgers in New York City: -->Peter Luger, but only when they can figure out how to serve a burger medium-rare. -->Shake Shack: I know it's a cliché, but nobody gets the... More

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