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Carey Jones

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Carey Jones

Carey Jones is a Brooklyn-based writer with a focus on food, drink, and travel. She is the former managing editor of leading food site Serious Eats, and has worked with New York magazine, Everyday with Rachael Ray, Gourmet Live, and more. Off the clock, she loves cheap Brooklyn eats and expensive Manhattan cocktails.

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  • Falafel and hummus at Taim (Photo: Taim)

    10 Great Cheap New York City Restaurants

    Dining out in New York can add up quickly, between tasting menu dinners, upscale lunch joints and $16 cocktails. Read More

  • Dine out in the Bronx (Illustration: Mary-Louise Price Foss)

    10 Restaurants in the Bronx Worth the Subway Ride

    Long a patchwork of neighborhoods settled by different immigrant populations, the Bronx has the culinary landscape to reflect that history. Arthur Avenue is considered a Little Italy par excellence (or is that per eccellenza?), and Riverdale attracted and has retained a substantial Jewish population. Read More

  • Brooklyn Grange (Photo: Courtesy of Brooklyn Grange)

    6 Pioneering Rooftop Gardens in NYC — and Where to Eat Their Produce

    Over the last few years, more than a few rooftop farms have sprouted up across New York City. Mostly they’re atop warehouses, which offer the square footage needed for large-scale farming, but you can also find them crowning restaurants Read More

  • Luke's Lobster (Photo: Amlamster/Flickr CC)

    5 of New York City’s Best Fish Shacks

    As summer lunches go, it’s hard to improve upon a fresh lobster roll or crisp fried clams, best eaten with a water view, the salty breeze blowing by. New York can’t quite compete with the romance of a roadside shack in Maine or Connecticut Read More

  • Shake Shack burgers (Photo: Maveric2003/Flickr CC)

    10 Best Burgers in NYC

    New Yorkers love their pizza, their pastrami sandwiches, their bagels, but if you stop there, you’re forgetting a big one: burgers. And why not? A perfect burger is a beautiful thing — and many a restaurant’s reputations have lived Read More

  • New York Botanical Garden Mother’s Day Garden Party (Photo: NYBG)

    7 Best Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day in NYC

    Moms deserve a lot more celebration than just one day of the year. But when you’re looking to honor Mother’s Day on May 11, 2014, New York presents plenty Read More

  • NYC's 10 Best Bars and Restaurants for Rooftop Drinking (Photo: Ink 48 Press Lounge)

    NYC’s 10 Best Bars and Restaurants for Rooftop Drinking

    Hotels, bars and restaurants all over New York make the most of their city footprint with expansive rooftop lounges, and come summer, they’re prime destinations for early evening sunlight or a front-row Read More

  • Salvation Taco (Photo: Courtesy of Salvation Taco)

    Where to Eat in NYC on Cinco de Mayo

    Cinco de Mayo — held each year, as the name suggests, on the fifth of May — commemorates Read More

  • The Harrison (Photo: Courtesy of The Harrison)

    Where to Eat and Drink in TriBeCa

    The Tribeca Film Festival(April 17-27) is legendary among cinephiles. The 11-day showing extravaganza of independent films and documentaries, which come from some of the most talented folks working in film today, is nothing short of inspiring. And while the Read More

  • Tavern on the Green in 2004 (Photo: Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images)

    Manhattan’s Iconic Tavern on the Green Reopening April 24

    Long one of Manhattan’s most storied restaurants, Tavern on the Green in Central Park was an institution from its initial opening in 1934 until its closing in 2009 — and on Thursday, April 24, it will open its doors again Read More

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Drunk Dining: NYC's 10 Best Restaurants After a Night of Drinking (Photo: iStockphoto)

Drunk Dining: NYC’s 10 Best Restaurants After a Night of Drinking

Let's face it: A drunk diner is a ravenous diner. Here's our roundup of the top meals to soak up the alcohol, from fat meatballs to cheese-topped nachos to breakfast with all the fixings

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The Solo Diner: 8 Best Places to Dine Alone in NYC (Photo: iStockphoto)

The Solo Diner: 8 Best Places to Dine Alone in NYC

It is a New Yorker rite of passage: dining alone. But in this foodie town, it's never lonely. Feast at our top picks for eating solo, from lively Terroir to cozy Babbo

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Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: July 2014

Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: July 2014

Summer continues with a hot streak of openings