Whether you're looking for a fancy pre-theater dinner or just want to grab a fast and inexpensive post-show bite, here's an updated list of our favorite Theater District eats that will help you select from the cream of the area's very crowded crop.
Here at Serious Eats, we're down for a comforting bowl of soup regardless of the temperature outside. With sunny springtime weather on the horizon, it's time to turn away from heavy wintertime stews and toward brighter, fresher bowls loaded with vegetables. We've rounded up 18 of our favorite soup recipes that feature silky asparagus, hearty greens, and other produce section favorites.
Mabi is a beverage made from the fermented bark of the behuco indio tree that is popular throughout the Caribbean. As I discovered, it also has a history that is as complex as its flavor.
Jiaozi, pierogi, ravioli. Nearly every culture offers up its own take on the dumpling. Luckily, here in New York City, it's possible to try as many globe-trotting variations as your heart desires. We've made a list 26 different dumplings worth seeking out.
In attempt to banish the late-winter doldrums, we've rounded up 17 transportive desserts that make use of creamy coconut, tangy pineapple, and other tropical fruits and flavors. They're a little bit of sunshine you can taste, even when you've forgotten what the touch of warm summer rays feels like.
Papa John's Deli on City Island may not serve up the seafood shack fare the maritime community is known for, but its sandwiches are way better.
It's about time for smoked fish to move beyond the bagel and become a more regular fixture in mains, sides, and other bites for the brunch spread and beyond. This special food is a great tool for making dishes memorable and giving them a distinctive flavor.
It's almost springtime on the West Coast! From an Italian Passover meal in Los Angeles to a foraging trip near Seattle, we've rounded up some of the region's most promising food and drink events to help you celebrate the season's bounty.
Mardi Gras in New Orleans may be known for its over-the-top parades and parties, but don't forget it's also one of the most festive and dessert-centric celebrations in the city (or anywhere, really). Check out these eleven New Orleans-inspired desserts that will keep you in high spirits on Fat Tuesday and beyond.
In the depths of winter each year, when most of us are clutching yet another bowl of soup, the wizards at 'wichcraft somehow manage to unleash a roster of new sandwiches that make the best of the season's offerings. We tried them all and found much to talk about.
Whether you're battling the cold or a cold, a nice, hearty stew is always a welcome wintertime cure. We've collected 13 of our favorite hearty recipes, from meaty to vegan. See them all after the jump!
West Coasters rejoice! From classes in latte art and pickling to tasting events and brewery tours, we've rounded up an action-packed selection of upcoming food and drink experiences in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, and Seattle.
Planning to seduce your significant other with a home-cooked Valentine's Day dinner? Good for you! But don't get too carried away: you'll want something that's bound to impress but doesn't require a ton of effort—don't forget about the slow jams and low lighting you'll be setting up like the charmer you are!
This week we tackled the classics—bacon cheeseburgers and club sandwiches—while leaving room for a few firsts—falafel pizza, anyone? Check them all out after the jump!
Meyer lemons are at their peak from late November to early March. Here's a roundup of desserts that bring out the nuances of this fashionable fruit.
If you've ever wondered what goes into a McDonald's Chicken McNugget, you'd hardly be alone—the "pink goop" legend has been circulating for years, thanks in part to videos like this one. In a new ad, McDonald's Canada sets out to debunk the myth with a behind-the-scenes look at their production facility.
One-pot chicken dinner, brown butter bourbon cookies, over-the-top cheesy nachos, and smoothies galore! See all the recipes we made this week.
This weekend isn't just about football: tomorrow marks the start of the Lunar New Year, too. Here are a few NYC events for feasting after the parade in Chinatown, as well as wine tastings, special dinners, and more to round out the week.
Don't forget to include dessert in your game day spread. We've got some winning recipes—think gooey caramel or chocolate-y classics, salty-sweet combos, and all kinds of boozy bites.
If there was a motto for game day eating, it would be "if you can't be a star athlete who trains seven days a week, at least you can eat like one." Presenting: 24 ways to fulfill your destiny.
Meat Week is being celebrated across the country and there are plenty of New York City events to satisfy even the most committed carnivore. From a chili bonanza to one bombastic burger, discover all the ways to go carnal (as well as a few less animal attractions) after the jump.
If your tastebuds are feeling a little dull from the endless winter menus of chili, casseroles, and long-simmered stews, try waking them up with lemons.
Guacamole is a staple party food that's practically mandatory at game day gatherings. This roundup starts off with our basic recipe, followed by a dozen transformative variations.
Bone-in burgers, desserts from Chili's, bites from Cyprus, and everything in between! See all the food we ate this week!
From hot and sour soup to pan-fried brats, this week we made plenty of hale and hearty winter warmers. See them all after the jump!
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