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  1. New and noteworthy restaurants July

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy New York City Restaurants: July 2013

    This month, Brooklyn is all the restaurant rage, with half of the hot openings out in the borough. Meanwhile in Manhattan, a favorite noodle spot expands; an Iron Chef explores new territory; and an Italian Midtowner continues a trend ...
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  2. New York Food and Wine Festival

    Get Your Tickets Now for the New York City Wine & Food Festival

    The biggest food festival of the year -- the New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by Food & Wine and the Food Network -- is coming to the city this fall, Oct. 17-20, 2013. But the most popular events ...
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  3. Ice cream (Photo: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

    8 Best Spots in New York City for Ice Cream of Every Stripe

    The tinkling of the ice cream truck may have been the best sound in the world to your little ears, but today's frozen treats are a far cry from yesterday's Mister Softee. In keeping up with the locavore ...
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  4. Yakitori Totto silver fish

    Deep-Fried Silver Fish at Yakitori Totto

    It would be easy to pigeonhole Yakitori Totto as a place for extreme eaters who appreciate rare tastes -- anyone for chicken tail? How about soft knee bone? It avoids gimmickry, however, both on its menus ...
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  5. Martinis served at Sardi's (Photo: Courtesy of Sardi's)

    Secrets of Sardi’s

    Since its opening in 1927, Sardi's restaurant has served as the unofficial Broadway Hall of Fame, with 1,200 portraits of the restaurant's famous "friends of the house" currently hanging on its walls. People like Bernard Schwartz, a shoeshine boy who set ...
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  6. M. Wells Dinette at MoMA PS1, 2012 (Photo: Jesse Winter)

    Best Museum Restaurants in NYC: Will Saul Be Added to the List?

    Saul Bolton's Boerum Hill restaurant Saul broke new ground when it opened on Smith Street in 1999 as one of the first fine-dining spots in the borough – at that time on a street that was still sleepy ...
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  7. Beef tartare

    Beef Tartare at Aamanns-Copenhagen

    A new "new Nordic" rolled into town this past November when Aamanns-Copenhagen quietly opened in Tribeca. Immediately drawing a local following for his smorrebrod, traditional Danish open-faced ...
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  8. truffled egg toast corsino

    Truffled Egg Toast at Corsino and ‘Inoteca

    When 15-year old 'ino, a forefather of the NYC panini craze, closed earlier this year, fans of its fabled truffled egg toast were bereft. Dry your tears, 'inophiles! The dish ($9) is still available at sister restaurants Corsino Cantina ...
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  9. Summer of Riesling 2013

    Can’t-Miss Events During Terroir’s Summer of Riesling

    Summer is for ice cream, for beach trips and -- if you ask wine folks around New York City -- for Riesling. Kicked off in 2008 at Terroir in the East Village, Summer of Riesling is a months-long celebration of the grape, ...
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  10. Beer garden (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

    10 Best Beer Gardens

    The summer sunshine brings on a thirst that only one thing can quench: ice cold beer. Lighthearted weekend afternoons are a perfect match for beer gardens, with their mix of music, outdoor games (often ping-pong or bocce) ...
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