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  1. Red Farm soup dumplings (Photo: Wallyg/Flickr CC)

    Celebrate Chinese New Year with 5 of NYC’s Best Dumplings

    The Champagne is long gone and you may have already broken a few of those resolutions, but the arrival of Chinese New Year on Jan. 31 means a second chance at welcoming in 2014. Food fuels Lunar New Year ...
  2. Sundae from Eddie's Sweet Shop (Photo: Eddie's Sweet Shop)

    Best Hot Fudge Sundaes in New York City

    As far as we're concerned, ice cream is a year-round indulgence -- but in the winter, it's all the better when smothered in rich hot fudge. Here are our top five hot fudge sundaes in New York City, from a charmingly retro scoop shop ...
  3. Best New York soup (Photo: iStockphoto)

    9 Soul-Satisfying Soups to Cut the Winter Chill in NYC

    If there's one culinary form that crosses all national boundaries, it's soup. From Southeast Asia's endless varieties of noodle soup sold from roadside street stalls, to French consommés served in ...
  4. Rotisserie chicken at Georgette (Photo: Courtesy of Georgette)

    Rotisserie Chicken at Rotisserie Georgette

    There’s a reason many restaurants serving rotisserie chicken showcase the bird as part of the decor. Whether in a fine French brasserie or Chinatown dive, the sight of the birds, browning as they turn, dripping ...
  5. Four-Cheese Mac from S'Mac (Photo: S'Mac)

    Best Mac and Cheese in New York City

    While winter can grow tiresome this time of year, it can also be a happy excuse for all sorts of indulgences: lazy days on the couch, hot toddies, and our favorite -- mac 'n cheese. If you're craving the king of all comfort foods ...
  6. Food Box in Queens (Photo: Tanya Edwards)

    What to Eat at Long Island City’s New Food Box

    Long Island City's lunch (and breakfast and snack) options got a lot more interesting with the November opening of the Food Box in the historic Falchi building. Its collection of food vendors is smaller than at the similarly ...
  7. North River artichoke dip

    Artichoke Dip at North River

    Yes, the last time you had this chestnut, it might have been at a potluck circa 1966. Or just off the slopes, apres ski. Bring back those memories at the recently opened North River, where chef Adam Starowicz updates retro classics into a ...
  8. Analogue NYC (Photo: Courtesy of North River)

    Now Open: Analogue

    We've already seen the Village's West Eighth Street heating up, but the openings just keep coming. Most recent? Analogue, a classy new bar that's all about music and cocktails ...
  9. Murray's Bagels

    Cheap Eats NYC: $5 Lunch in the West Village

    In this city, it's easy to drop $15 on a sandwich and a soda without even realizing it -- but you don't have to pony up nearly that much for a tasty midday meal, as we will explore in this ongoing penny-pinching series, $5 Lunch ...
  10. El Quinto Pino (Photo: Aaron Kotowski/Courtesy of El Quinto Pino)

    Moveable Feast: Top Tapas in NYC

    Eating tapas is as much a social occasion as a culinary one, and that may explain its global success, especially here in New York City. Restaurateur Yann de Rochefort agrees. He's the man behind Boqueria, one of the city's most popular Spanish ...