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15 Great Late Night Bites on the Lower East Side

New York Lily Wong 3 comments

The Lower East Side has no shortage of booze-spongey food open late on the cheap. But some bites are better than others, worth a special trip no matter the hour. From hero sandwiches and corner slices to meatballs and steamed crab legs, here are 15 ways to eat well after after dark on the LES. More

Where to Take a First or Second Date: 40 Affordable Restaurants in NYC

New York Tiffany Tay 17 comments

Here's a question we get time and again: where can I take a date for good food without breaking the bank? And can I do it without looking like a cheapskate? Yes you can, and here are 40 ways to do so. More

10 Places To Get Great Vegetarian Pasta In NYC

New York Howard Walfish 1 comment

Cold weather means bulking up and pasta's one great way to do so. We've had some great vegetarian-friendly pastas of late, and even if ingredients change with the seasons, here are ten kitchens we trust to make us a more than satisfying veg-friendly noodle. More

The Vegetarian Option: 'inoteca

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'inoteca on the Lower East Side recently introduced an expanded menu, with a wide variety of pastas and other Italian-inspired entrées. Lunch may be your best time to visit, with a $15 soup and sandwich special worth ordering. More

A Sandwich a Day: Speck Panini at 'inoteca

New York Kathy YL Chan Post a comment

At 'inoteca on the Lower East Side, there's a Speck Panino ($11) that boasts a fine balance between oozy layers of fontina cheese with smears of roasted garlic, and buttery layers of speck, a dry-cured, then smoked ham More

Sugar Rush: 'inoteca's Panna Cotta

New York Kathy YL Chan Post a comment

At 'inoteca, the Panna Cotta is textbook-perfect, and topped with a scattering of slivered almonds and macerated cherries. It is supple and creamy, each spoonful fragrant with vanilla beans. More

In The Midnight Hour: 'inoteca

New York Zachary Feldman 1 comment

As steadfastly as the visitors and residents of the Lower East Side have changed, the crowds at Jason and Joe Denton's 'inoteca have kept constant. Opened in 2003 following the success of 'ino, the prim enoteca continues to stand as a beacon for the neighborhood, serving its smattering of small plates and smartly curated wines to a clientele that grows more diverse by the year. Busy most times of day, the menu of elevated rustic Italian fare seems made for a midnight nosh, and with a nightly closing time of 3am, hordes of the nocturnal come for exactly that. More

Apps Only: 'inoteca

New York Ben Fishner 2 comments

Editor's note: In "Apps Only," Ben Fishner will be eating his way through New York's appetizer, bar, and lounge menus as your guide to fine dining on a budget. He blogs at Ben Cooks Everything. Polpette from 'inoteca. [Photos:... More

'inoteca for Cheese, Charcuterie, Panini, Wine, and a Casual Energy in Murray Hill

New York Nick Solares 3 comments

The finer qualities at 'inoteca (the beverages, panino, cheese, and charcuterie) don't necessarily provide you with a full-meal experience but a perfect backdrop to an enjoyable evening with friends, which seems to be the point of 'inoteca. More

Cook the Book: Winter Farro Salad

Serious Eats Michele Humes Post a comment

Today's recipe, reprinted from Simple Italian Snacks by Jason Denton and Kathryn Kellinger, is a gorgeous, jewel-toned salad just bursting with flavor and texture. I'm getting hungry just reading the ingredients list: pomegranate seeds, toasted almonds, chopped apples, smoked mozzarella,... More

Cook the Book: Black Olive and Cucumber Tramezzini

Serious Eats Michele Humes Post a comment

A tramezzino is a small, crustless Italian sandwich. Unlike their more staid English relative, the finger sandwich, these light bites are consumed not at tea time but at cocktail hour. Jason Denton's black olive and cucumber tramezzini, reprinted from Simple... More

Balsamic-Glazed Cipolline

Serious Eats Michele Humes Post a comment

The following recipe is from the December 3rd edition of our weekly recipe newsletter. To receive this newsletter in your inbox, sign up here! We all love the ease and bounty of the antipasto platter—to the point where the concept... More

Cook the Book: Pork Sausage Spiedini with Bocconcini and Cherry Tomatoes

Serious Eats Michele Humes 4 comments

Photo from Ms. Glaze on Flickr Skewered anything makes a perfect party food. It's such an efficient presentation, leaving one hand free to hold a cocktail glass or gesture wildly, Italian-style. Appropriately enough, today's Cook the Book recipe is... More

Cook the Book: 'Simple Italian Snacks'

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Words by Michele Humes | Congratulations on surviving Thanksgiving! Of course, just when November is safely out of the way, along comes December with its back-to-back cocktail parties and family gatherings. Thankfully, it's Jason Denton and Kathryn Kellinger to the rescue with their Simple Italian Snacks. The latest book from the chef behind some of New York City's best-loved wine bars—'ino, 'inotecca, Lupa and Bar Milano—picks up where Simple Italian Sandwiches left off. Denton is still spreading the gospel that fine ingredients can speak louder than lengthy preparations, but has expanded his offerings to include party nibbles, small plates and full suppers. Each day this week, we'll be posting a party-ready recipe with an Italian accent—just add prosecco. Expect cocktail-friendly... More

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