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  1. Capricorn at Boilermaker (Photo: Boilermaker)

    Raise a Glass: Capricorn at Boilermaker

    In the 17th century, on the Indonesian island of Java, sailors regularly took swigs of Batavia Arrack, ...
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  2. Times Scare Kill Bar (Photo: Times Scare NYC)

    The 5 Spookiest Halloween Cocktails at NYC Bars

    Halloween doesn’t just have to be about costumes and trick-or-treating. It’s also a time to sip spooky cocktails, ...
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  3. Moqueca at Botequim (Photo: Botequim)

    Moqueca at Botequim

    Say this dish out loud: moqueca. Mo-keh-ka. Now say it three times in a row. Mo-keh-ka. Mo-keh-ka. Mo-keh-ka. Sounds like the backing track to a samba or bossa nova song, right? Even the food has rhythm in Brazil. And Marco Moreira’s ...
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  4. Chef Daisuke Nakazawa showcases his sushi selection (Photo: Sushi Nakazawa)

    Splurge or Steal: Sushi

    One of New York’s great splurges is sushi. These evenings are not a romantic affair, or even a night for conversation. ...
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  5. Charlie Palmer Steak (Photo: Charlie Palmer Steak)

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: September 2014

    Perhaps the most desirable time of year to open an eatery, the NYC restaurant scene kickstarts anew each fall, ...
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  6. Steak tartare at wd-50 (Photo: wd-50)

    Steak Tartare at wd-50

    The countdown is on for the last two months of wd-50 as we know and love it. The influential Lower East Side restaurant will be serving its last meal on Clinton Street on November 30 before closing its doors to make way for a new ...
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  7. Brooklyn Brewery (Photo: Langille/Flickr CC)

    A Guide to the 10 Best NYC-Brewed Beers

    In the 19th century, New York City was awash in lively beer halls and breweries, thanks to an influx of industrious German immigrants, who had introduced their native lager to thirsty locals. ...
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  8. A lobster post-meal (Photo: Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

    How to Eat Lobster Like a New Yorker

    There are only a few reliable spots that New Yorkers turn to for fresh whole lobster, and 13-year-old Mary’s Fish Camp in the West Village is one of them. ...
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  9. Brats on the grill at Reichenbach Hall (Photo: Reichenbach Hall)

    Oktoberfest Feast: Top 5 Bratwurst in NYC

    Everyone celebrates Oktoberfest with big steins of beer -- but this holiday wouldn’t be complete without some bratwurst on the side. ...
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  10. Doughnut Plant, Lower East Side (Photo: Whitney in Chicago/Flickr CC)

    10 Best Homegrown Restaurant Chains in NYC

    New York has plenty of the same chains you'd see in any other American metropolis. ...
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