- Totonno's, Gargiulo's, and Randazzo's: New York icons all still struggling post-Sandy. A case for why we need them to survive. [New York Times]
- The South Street Seaport is "much worse than the press is saying," according to Cowfirl Sea-Horse owner Sherry Delamarter. Her restaurant just re-opened—one month after the storm. [Fork in the Road]
- A report from Brighton Beach: even restaurants that are back open and were spared the worst of the storm's damage are struggling through slow business. [Eater NY]
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