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5 Best Happy Hours in Nolita, NYC

Drinks Carey Jones 2 comments

5 great happy hours in Nolita that really are worth your money and drinkin' time. We tracked down 2-for-1 craft cocktails, free bar snacks, and a great café with cheap wine. More

30 NYC Sandwiches We Loved in 2012

New York The Serious Eats Team 3 comments

It's been a great year for sandwiches in this city. We found new loves in pastrami and patty melts. We celebrated grilled cheese in all its oozy forms. We even hacked a few sandwiches of our own. Here are 30 standout sandwiches we had this year. More

Happy Hour: Emporio, NYC

Drinks Carey Jones 4 comments

There are quite a few bars in New York that offer complimentary bar snacks at certain hours. But when I've had a few glasses of wine, I don't want a few dainty olives or crackers; I want warm, substantial polenta cakes or pizza sliced into tiny slivers, perfect for sharing and nibbling. That's what you get at Emporio on Mott Street in Soho, where between 5:00 and 6:30pm, snacks are laid out on the bar aperitivo-style for the taking. More

Deal: Any Pizza, Plus 2 Beers, $22.50 at Emporio

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The EaterNY blog brings word of a deal Monday nights at Nolita's Emporio. Any pie on the menu, plus two beers, for $22.50. Choose a high-priced pie, and you'll have yourself a good deal. 231 Mott Street, New York NY 10012 (Spring/Prince; map); 212-966-1234; auroraristorante.com... More

Alan Richman on Tonda, Ignazio's, and Emporio

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Hot off his GQ Top 25 Pizza List, Alan Richman (right) takes on a few recently opened NYC pizzerias—Tonda (East Village), Ignazio's (DUMBO), and Emporio (Nolita). Let's take them in order. On Tonda: The toppings here are overly ambitious yet flavorsome, but the crusts are flabby, tasteless, barely charred, and lacking the puffy outside ring that is reminiscent of a true Naples pie. My favorite menu item by far was the arancini, listed under “Neapolitan Street Food” but as far as I know found just about everywhere in Italy. These little rice balls were wonderfully crunchy, the only item we... More

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