This Week in Eating Out

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[Photograph: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt]

Neta: Masa Alums Set New Bar For Casual Japanese Dining: Nick Kim and Jimmy Lau, both of Masa, form a powerhouse that rivals any sushi kitchen in the city. This may be the Holy Grail of sushi in NYC.

Los Angeles: Westside Tacos Al Carbon at Tacomiendo: Tacomiendo is a delightful bastion of homemade tortillas and charcoal-fired tacos.

First Look: Sakuramen, a New Ramen Shop in Washington D.C.: Sakuramen's offerings are a hybrid of Korean, Japanese, and Chinese cuisine. With the lack of ramen places in the city, Sakuramen brings new hope of a quality bowl.

10 Lobster Rolls We Love in and Around Portland, Maine: Ask ten different seafood-loving locals in Portland, Maine where to get the best lobster roll nearby, and you'll get ten different answers. Here are ten we love in and around Portland.

Lunch in the Loop: Peppers: A true and local Chicago hot dog/hamburger joint in the loop.

Best Pizzeria in Havana? Check That, The Best Restaurant in Havana!: Pizza, pizza, everywhere, and not a crumb worth eating. That all changed with a trip Ed made to Cojimar.

Snapshots from Rome: Granita from Gelateria del Teatro: As the temperatures rise in Rome, nothing could be more refreshing than a granita, Italy's answer to (and predecessor of) the American slushy.

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