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First Look: Cocktails at Henry, a Liquor Bar in the Hudson Hotel, New York

Drinks Jacqueline Raposo 1 comment

At the newly reopened Henry, a Liquor Bar in the Hudson Hotel in Columbus Circle, Londoner Ryan Chetiyawardana has launched a seasonal menu that makes use of a sous vide circulator and rotary evaporator. More

Sugar Rush: Chocolate Soufflé at Bouchon Bakery Café

New York Kathy YL Chan Post a comment

Sometimes you just want a classic soufflé, plain and simple. To satisfy these cravings I've been alternating between Minetta Tavern, DBGB, and Bouchon Bakery Café. More

Sugar Rush: Olive Oil-Grapefruit Cake at Bouchon Bakery Café

New York Kathy YL Chan Post a comment

We love the sweets at Bouchon Bakery, but today we're bypassing the bakery and heading straight to the sit-down Café. More

What to Eat at the Columbus Circle Holiday Market

New York Paul Yee Post a comment

The Columbus Circle Holiday Market offers quality food options from Bar Suzette, the Beagle, Red Basil Thai Kitchen, Mrs. Dorsey's Kitchen, Mayhem & Stout, and many others. Take a look at the slideshow above for some of our favorite bites. More

Sugar Rush: Peanut Butter and Strawberry Parfaits at Bouchon Bakery

New York Kathy YL Chan Post a comment

Peanut Butter Parfaits ($7.25) are new to Bouchon Bakery and they're equal parts whimsy and indulgence. It's the fresh strawberry compote layered in at the very bottom and a trio of fresh strawberries at the top that tie this all together. More

Halloween Treats at Bouchon Bakery

New York Carey Jones 1 comment

[Photo: Maggie Hoffman] While plenty of bakeries have orange-and-black cupcakes or ghost-shaped cookies this time of year, no one does deliciously whimsical holiday goodies quite like Bouchon Bakery. But no matter how cute they are, these treats are pretty... More

Halloween Treats from Bouchon Bakery

New York Carey Jones Post a comment

[Photos: Robyn Lee] 'Tis the season for sweets, and no one does them like Bouchon Bakery. This year, Thomas Keller's bakeries are packing in the pumpkin, with breakfast pastries, cookies, and more. A few of the goodies, after the... More

Bouchon Bakery's Fluffernutter Sandwich

New York Ed Levine 10 comments

My new breakfast of champions. [Photograph: Robyn Lee] If any serious eater is coming to New York this fall to holiday shop I have my new breakfast of champions sandwich to steer you towards: Bouchon Bakery's Fluffernutter sandwich (peanut butter,... More

A Photo Tour of the Per Se Kitchen

New York Adam Kuban Post a comment

Mark at the blog Black Napkin goes behind the scenes at Per Se and comes back with a series of beautiful photos. He says: It was eerily silent. Everything and everyone was moving in perfect unison, as if they... More

Sugar Rush: Pistachio Apricot Tart from Bouchon Bakery

New York Hannah Howard 2 comments

Photograph by Phoebe This pistachio apricot tart from Bouchon Bakery is more cake than tart, but I'm not complaining. It is supermoist, superdense, and super pistachio-y. Upon being sliced, the "tart" oozes a filling of thick apricot slices. The... More

Sugar Rush: Bouchon Bakery Macarons

New York Zach Brooks 2 comments

Editor's note: I don't know how things work at your office, but around this time of day, our collective sweet tooth starts acting up at Serious Eats HQ. Enter Sugar Rush. Every afternoon, we'll point you to something sweet—so you... More

First Bite: Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill

New York Ed Levine 1 comment

My brother and I supped at the Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill, the latest Blue Ribbon outpost, tucked into Six Columbus, a boutique hotel on West 58th Street. I expected a scene-driven, noisy restaurant that would make the two... More

Porter House New York

Ed Levine 3 comments

Porter House New York: A steakhouse with a chef back where he belongs. Photograph courtesy of Jason Perlow Steakhouses don't usually have chefs in charge. For example, who's the chef at Peter Luger? Or Gene and Georgetti in Chicago? Or the Pacific Dining Car in Los Angeles? I don't know, and I am willing to wager a steak dinner at Luger that nobody else does either. That's because steakhouses are traditionally not chef-driven; they're prime, preferably dry-aged meat and perfectly golden hash-brown-potato driven. Although celebrity chefs have gotten into the steakhouse game (because they love red meat and love developing concepts that can be cloned and yield profits with minimal oversight), I can think of only one serious chef... More

Landmarc at Time Warner: A Collection Gets Real

New York Ed Levine 1 comment

I like a lot of the food served at the restaurants at the Time Warner Center, but sometimes the collective pretentions of the restaurants there, Per Se, Masa, Bouchon Bakery, Porter House, get to me. How down to earth... More

Bouchon Sliders Available This Friday

A Hamburger Today Adam Kuban 5 comments

Photograph by The Girl Who Ate Everything. We just got a tip that this Friday, the Bouchon Bakery will be featuring wagyu sliders as a menu addition. They'll be slightly different from the ones that Serious Eats overlord Ed... More

Any Good 24-Hour Pizza Joints in NYC?

Slice Adam Kuban 7 comments

Reader comment and response is still pouring in thanks to yesterday's New York Times story. So many great comments and recommendations. And questions. Reaching into the proverbial mailbag, we have ... Dear Slice, Do you know of any good late night or 24 hour pizza places in NYC? —Bilal Dear Bilal, Slice is a homebody, more prone to lying prone on the couch at night, remote in hand, watching Battlestar Galactica. But our favorite late-night (if not 24-hour) place is Vinny Vincenz. Great squares here. Sunday through Thursday till 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday till 4:30 a.m. Late enough for... More

Ray's: The Question Remains Unanswered

Slice Adam Kuban 3 comments

In yesterday's New York Times F.Y.I. column, the question was raised: Where was the first Ray's Pizza, and what's the story behind it? A. Why don’t you ask something simple, like what happened to Judge Crater? Some New York culinary questions (just who invented the black-and-white cookie is another) are destined to remain shrouded in mystery. The evolution of Ray’s Pizza resists an easy explanation.... The Ray’s question is also bristling with lawyers. Rosolino Mangano, of Famous Original Ray’s Pizza on Columbus Avenue near 83rd Street, went to court in the early 1990’s, registered that name and branched out with... More

Whole Foods Cafeteria

Slice seltzerboy 1 comment

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THAT?The future of New York pizza just arrived, and I'm depressed just thinking about it. Not knowing quite what to expect from Whole Foods's endeavor at the highly touted Time Warner Center, Our Leader and I journeyed to Columbus Circle for lunch last Friday. I left once again doubting that old, uneducated pizza adage: even when it's bad, it's still pretty good. In this culture-shock mall, we headed straight to the lower level for Whole Foods (Manhattan's largest grocery store). There is little else to see in this eighty-story glass-and-steel behemoth, which seems... More

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