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Serious Eats Neighborhood Guides: Maggie's East Village

New York Maggie Hoffman 6 comments

We write about restaurants all over the city. But sometimes, you don't want to travel for food; you want the best eats right in your neighborhood. So we're having the Serious Eats staff share where they eat around their own 'hoods. Today? Serious Drinks and Sweets editor Maggie Hoffman! More

The Best Winter Cocktails in New York

Drinks The Serious Eats Team 3 comments

'Tis the season for eggnog, for hot toddies and spiked cider, for apple brandy, buttered rum, Spanish coffee, and all things warming. Over the past few weeks, we've toured the city's bars, seeking out delicious and unusual winter cocktails. Here are the best winter drinks we tasted. More

What's Your Favorite Fried Chicken In New York?

New York Carey Jones 14 comments

All the polls! It's been quite a year for fried chicken in New York. Upscale restaurant chicken and fried chicken specials, Momofuku madness and a legend re-opened—fans of the bird had a whole lot to choose from. So today in... More

The Great New York Fancy-Pants Fried Chicken Roundup

New York The Serious Eats Team 31 comments

New York has never been a first-class fried chicken town, but these days, it's popping up on more high-end menus than pork belly. And though we've eaten our fair share, we hadn't done an exhaustive survey. Until now. More

Does Bruni Go Out With A Bang, Or A Whimper?

New York Carey Jones Post a comment

In his last formal review as the New York Times restaurant critic, Frank Bruni assigns a single star to The Redhead—a bar-turned-Southern restaurant in the East Village that Ed reviewed back in August of 2008. In explaining why it... More

Sugar Rush: Chocolate-Oat Cookie at Redhead

New York Kathy YL Chan Post a comment

Fried chicken, shrimp & grits, and a buttery one-eyed caesar salad should be more than sufficient to lure one to Redhead, the East Village newcomer reviewed this week by our own Ed Levine. But should you need another reason,... More

The Redhead: Thursdays to Every Day, One Chef's Path

New York Ed Levine 12 comments

Gentle prices, and food made by someone who clearly has great passion for what she does, served in an unpretentious, cozy environment by people who love what they do. Sounds like a successful formula. More

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