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Still Looking for Thanksgiving Dinner Reservations?

New York Carey Jones 3 comments

Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away, and if you're not cooking own Thanksgiving dinner, options may seem limited. But fear not if you're going the restaurant route—some restaurants still do have availability. More

Easter Recipes: Ham, Lamb, Sides, and Sweets

The Serious Eats Team 2 comments

Will it be ham or lamb this year? It's always a battle between the two for the big Easter meal. While lamb is full of religious symbolism, the ham arguably makes for better leftover sandwiches. Whatever you decide, we have recipes for both, in addition to many springtime sides involving peas and asparagus, refreshing drinks, desserts, and homemade Easter basket treats. More

More Thanksgiving Menus!

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[Photo: Robyn Lee] We posted our initial Thanksgiving restarurant roundup to give you a jump on the season a few weeks back, but as the menus have rolled in, we've kept it updated. New highlights? Thanksgiving dinners at Marea... More

Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in New York City

New York Hannah Smith-Drelich 8 comments

[Photo: Robyn Lee] It's that time of year again—Thanksgiving is less than a month away, and you've got to figure out whether you're cooking own Thanksgiving dinner, inviting yourself over to someone else's, or going the restaurant route. But... More

Where To Eat Out On Thanksgiving In New York: The Restaurants

New York Carey Jones 12 comments

Whatever the reason, there are plenty of Thanksgivings where it's better to eat out than eat in. Here's our guide to Thanksgiving dinners in New York: hours, courses, prices, and full menus. More

Unclogged: Mario Batali's Valentine's Day Menu

Mario Batali 4 comments

This year for Valentine's Day, I'm taking my kids and wife, Susi, out for our traditional fondue fest at Artisanal. We all send Susi a dozen wacky flowers (never roses—way too common), and then it's out for the first seating at 5:30 p.m. for some cheese and chocolate, and then home early! My ideal menu celebrates the most mysterious and romantic town of Italia—Venezia—and is based on Carnevale, which always falls near, and sometimes overlaps, with Valentine's Day. The celebration is simple and based on seafood and birds from the Venetian lagoon—or the closest lagoon to you.... More

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