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Kathleen Squires

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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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  • Caroline Chirichella and guests of Magic & Pasta (Photo: Magic & Pasta)

    8 Fabulous “Secret” Supper Clubs in NYC

    First world problem: Frequenting New York City’s many wonderful restaurants can become monotonous after a while. First world solution: Shake up the restaurant routine by hitting a private dinner club instead. Read More

  • Ho’ Cake at Mokbar (Photo: Mokbar)

    Ho’ Cake at Mokbar

    Mention a “ho cake” and the American South comes to mind. Down below the Mason Dixon line, they are sturdy pancakes made from cornbread. But to chef Esther Choi at Chelsea Market’s Mokbar, “ho cakes” are shorthand for hotteok, Read More

  • Vic's patio (Photo: Vic's)

    5 Top New NYC Outdoor Dining Spots for Spring

    In case you have been living under a frozen pile of snow and haven’t noticed, the days are now longer and the mercury is going up. Makes you want to linger over a meal, al fresco, doesn’t it? Read More

  • Fried Cauliflower at Little Park (Photo: Little Park)

    Fried Cauliflower at Little Park

    Maybe this is simply wishful thinking, but, it’s likely time to bid farewell to winter vegetables. One that we’ll be especially sad to see go: cauliflower, especially at Andrew Carmellini’s new Little Park ($14). A rainbow of florets arrive on the plate Read More

  • Dead Rabbit country pate

    Best Pub Grub in NYC for St. Patrick’s Day

    St. Patrick’s Day is afoot and everyone has pubs on the brain. Thing is, while there’s no shortage of bars that freely pour whiskey and Guinness, there’s a dearth of good, authentic Irish food around town. Read More

  • Vietnamese Crepe at Bricolage (Photo: Bricolage)

    Vietnamese Crepe at Bricolage

    The Vietnamese have a way with words when it comes to cooking. The beef dish, bo luc lac, for example, is named after gambling dice, for its small square cut and their “tossing” within a wok. Tanguyan are confections so light, they are known Read More

  • Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: February 2015

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: February 2015

    It’s cold. That’s old news. What’s headline-worthy these days: Never A Dull Moment in the NYC Restaurant Scene! Read More

  • Ponchiki at Duet Brasserie (Photo: Duet Brasserie)

    Ponchiki at Duet Brasserie

    It’s too cold to stand in line for Cronuts. So have ponchiki ($14) instead. These traditional little Russian donuts were likely the inspiration for Munchkins. At Duet, a lushly creamy dulce de leche not only fills the quintet of rounds, it adds a Read More

  • Duck wings at Tijuana Picnic (Photo: Paul Wagtouicz/Courtesy of Tijuana Picnic)

    Duck Wings at Tijuana Picnic

    With temperatures plummeting to the single digits, New Yorkers have heat on the brain. Aside from layering up when trekking the icy streets in search of a meal, picking the right restaurant to warm the bones is essential. Good thing Read More

  • 10 Mouthwatering Breakfasts in NYC

    If it is the “most important meal of the day,” why don’t more restaurants serve breakfast? They certainly are quick to embrace brunch — you can’t swing a skillet in New York City without finding a place that serves weekend brunch. Read More

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  • Katz’s pastrami on rye (Photo: Owlpacino/Flickr CC)

    The 8 Most Delicious Deli Sandwiches in NYC

    Few culinary items define New York like the famed deli sandwich. From the towering pastrami at Katz’s to the legendarily fluffy egg salad at Eisenberg’s, here’s our roundup of the tastiest ‘wiches in town Read more »

  • Bubby’s pancakes (Photo: Bubby’s)

    10 Mouthwatering Breakfasts in NYC

    New York may be the city that never sleeps -- but it needs its morning fuel to do so. Kick off the day at these 10 top breakfast joints, where you can feast on everything from omelets stuffed with prosciutto to waffles smothered in caramel sauce Read more »

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Supper’s On

Caroline Chirichella and guests of Magic & Pasta (Photo: Magic & Pasta)

8 Fabulous “Secret” Supper Clubs in NYC

NYC’s flashy restaurants make for a memorable night out, but for a uniquely intimate experience -- and the chance to chat one-on-one with the chefs -- wine and dine at one of the city’s clandestine supper clubs

Dine and Dash

Tacos at Empellon al Pastor (Photo: Daniel Krieger)

10 Quick, Quality Restaurants in NYC

Fast food doesn’t have to be a greasy burger in a paper wrapper. From spicy Spanish tapas to fragrant bowls of noodles, NYC is packed with gourmet eateries where you can dine in a New York minute. Here’s our delicious roundup of the 10 best

Wine Down

Downtown Chocolate, Dessert & Wine Tour (Photo: City Tours)

The Ultimate NYC Guide for Wine-Lovers

From sexy wine lounges to wine cruises down the Hudson River, New York City rivals Paris (well, almost) in its oenological offerings. Here are 8 delicious ways to imbibe across the city

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