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Kathleen Squires

Kathleen Squires is a food and travel writer whose work appears in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Saveur, Zagat.com, Fodors.com and Real Simple. She is also the author of the cookbooks The Journey (Alta Editions) and the Coolhaus Ice Cream Book (Houghton Mifflin). Her appetite has led her to explore the cuisine of over 60 countries on all seven continents, but Kathleen’s favorite destination for dining, however, is New York City, where she has resided for more than 20 years.

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  • New and Noteworthy Restaurants for July 2015

    Top 10 New and Notable Restaurants: July 2015

    School is out, but restaurants remain in session across the city. Read More

  • Unique Food (Photo: iStockphoto)

    10 Most Unique Cuisines of NYC

    One of the most exciting ways to eat through New York City: stamping your culinary passport. With an estimated 140 cuisines to offer across five boroughs, it’s easy to bring the palate on a trip around the globe, without ever leaving city limits. Read More

  • Oxtail Cigars at Taboon

    Oxtail Cigars at Taboon

    Special occasions call for cigars all around. And fans of Efi Nahon, the founding chef of the popular Hell’s Kitchen restaurant Taboon, are celebrating his return with the oxtail variety — a duo of crispy phyllo cylinders that are one of Nahon’s signature dishes. Read More

  • Lobster Paccheri at Rafele (Photo: Rafele)

    Lobster Paccheri at Rafele

    Missed out on summering in Italy this year? At least you can experience the flavors of a sunny holiday in Campania at the West Village restaurant Rafele. One dish in particular embodies the season, and region, in every bite: paccheri Read More

  • Lolo's Seafood Shack (Photo: Lolo's)

    8 NYC Restaurants with Secret Gardens

    Not every diner wants to be part of the “see-and-be-seen” scene. For those who enjoy a little tranquility with their meal, there’s nothing like hiding out in NYC’s “secret” restaurant gardens — those quiet, al fresco patches tucked into courtyards, Read More

  • Salmon at Joe and Misses Doe (Photo: Joe and Misses Doe)

    Salmon at Joe and Misses Doe

    Most people think of salmon as that silly pink fish that travels against the current. In Celtic mythology, however, it is among the most sensible of swimmers; a venerable, sacred animal that imparts wisdom to all who eat it.The Irish organic Read More

  • Albondigas at El Colmado Butchery (Photo: Hernan F. Rodriguez)

    Albondigas at El Colmado Butchery

    Al-BON-di-gas! — Spanish for meatballs — is the sort of word that’s always said with an exclamation point. Derived from Arabic, meaning “small round object,” chef Seamus Mullen’s version ($14) at Meatpacking’s El Read More

  • The raw bar and dining room at Aquagrill (Photo: Aquagrill)

    Top 10 Seafood Restaurants in NYC

    New York City is the country’s culinary king — and this is particularly evident in its superb array of premiere seafood restaurants. Manhattan is an island, after all. Read More

  • Chicken sandwich at Fuku (Photo: Gabriele Stabile)

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: June 2015

    From a restaurateur’s point of view, June is one of the best months to open. It allows staff to get their sea legs and chefs to hit their stride during a slight summer lull before the rush of fall and holiday season set in. Read More

  • Pescado Tatemado at Colonia Verde (Photo: Phoebe Bradford, YC Media)

    Pescado Tatemado at Colonia Verde

    Open only a little over a year, Fort Greene’s favorite Latin destination, Colonia Verde, was on fire. Figuratively and literally. Figuratively because of the instant following it cultivated, plus a James Beard Award nomination for the restaurant’s Read More

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10 Most Unique Cuisines of NYC

Eat your way across world without leaving NYC. From Burmese to Uzbek, here are ten delicious and unique global eats you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere in the U.S.

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Lolo's Seafood Shack (Photo: Lolo's)

8 NYC Restaurants with Secret Gardens

For some quiet time, disappear into these tranquil, hidden restaurant gardens, from the leafy nook at Barbetta complete with gurgling fountain to the cobblestone courtyard of Frankies 457

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8 Sexiest New Cocktail Lounges in 2015

The only thing New Yorkers like more than going out for dinner? Going out for drinks. New cocktail lounges regularly open, but these sultry NYC newcomers are peerless

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