The folks at Taco Bell and Frito-Lay have joined forces to bring us the next generation of taco-chip hybrids: the Doritos Locos Tacos Doritos in both Nacho Cheese and Cool Ranch flavors. That's right, a chip version of the taco version of a chip. So meta. We kind of wanted to hate them, but really couldn't.
Williamsburg is a party neighborhood to be sure, but also more of dining out destination every day. So when it gets late and you're feeling hungry after a drink or two, you don't need to sacrifice good taste to fill your belly.
Making cocktails is one part creativity, one part knowledge of the classics. And there are a lot of fine tomes out there that detail the cocktail tradition. What books can teach us the most about drinks? We asked 16 bartenders for their favorite cocktail books. Here's what they had to say.
Chorizo, provolone, and sweet olive salad come together in this salumeria sandwich.
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.
Trying to find a decent lunch around Penn Station is hard at the best of times, but battling the crowds to get to Sergimmo Salumeria is worth it.
There are a lot of chocolates in New York City, but not all of them will get you...brownie points on Valentine's Day. From well-executed classics for the purists to more unusual flavor combinations for adventurous chocolate lovers, any one of these 7 choices would make a deliciously thoughtful gift. This year, if you're going to gift chocolate, do it right.
Food-friendly events for the weekend and beyond.
We've put together a list of our 20 favorite dips, from the classic Ranch to Hot Salsa Verde to the Super Bowl-friendly Buffalo Chicken Dip. Try any one of these and it'll be like you ate a meal without even having to lift a fork.
Whether you're planning on actually watching the Super Bowl or just using it as an excuse to eat excessive amounts of wings, here are plenty of options for you.
East Village newcomer (and Wayland expansion) Animals serves a surprisingly complex vegetarian sandwich that delivers on its promises.
Nestled in the cozy little expansion of The Wayland, the newly opened Animals offers a selection of about a dozen sandwiches that sound as wild as its name suggests. The most obviously enticing option on the menu was the Pulled Bacon ($9), and barring some bread issues, it's nearly as delicious as it is pretty.
Say hello to one of our newest interns, Lily! She first realized she was a serious eater during her 8th grade computer class, when she'd spend her free time making Powerpoint presentations of food photos while everyone else played Neopets. We totally get you, Lily.
Everything we made this week.
Everything we ate out on the town this week.
An easy, hearty, sausage and kale soup with black eyed peas, flavored with rosemary and lemon zest.
Tasting sort of like mini-burritos with all the extraneous ingredients expelled, two of these make for a solid meal. Just remember that the skirt steak needs to be coddled, or it will pay back your carelessness by being tough and chewy. Basically, it needs to be treated like the steak it is.