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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,, 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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  • Soft Shell Crab Sandwich at Delicatessen (Photo: Delicatessen)

    Soft Shell Crab Sandwich at Delicatessen

    For food lovers, soft shell crab season is highly anticipated and well worth waiting for, just like the summer season it ushers in. And the refrain at restaurants all over town this year is: “better late than never,” as our cold, lingering Read More

  • Red Rooster (Photo: Paul Brissman)

    8 Standout Restaurants in Harlem

    Restaurant watchers have predicted a Harlem dining renaissance ever since former President Bill Clinton set up his offices in the neighborhood in 2001. Read More

  • Beet Bourguignon at Rebelle (Photo: Rebelle)

    Beet Bourguignon at Rebelle

    That’s not a typo! When you drop the “f” and add a “t,” a hearty, meaty French classic becomes an opulent ode to the garden. It’s a playful reinvention that makes perfect sense in a spot that denotes its ladies’ room with a photo Read More

  • 'The Chew' hosts Michael Symon and Daphne Oz sample a recipe with special guest KaDee Strickland as's own Kathleen Squires (far right) enjoys a taste of her own (Photo: ABC)

    Behind the Scenes on TV Show ‘The Chew’ in NYC

    Being a part of a live studio audience for a popular TV show is exciting in itself. Even better: Enjoying a live taping while eating fine food. Read More

  • Tortellini en Brodo at Picholine (Photo: Picholine)

    Tortellini en Brodo at Picholine

    In the Emilia Romagna region of Italy, locals refer to their homespun specialty, tortellini en brodo, as “hangover food.” And the dish of meat-filled pasta dumplings, afloat in a powerful broth, is certainly restorative. But don’t wait to be under Read More

  • Drew Nieporent, Chef Markus Glocker and John Winterman of Batard (Photo: Galdones Photography/James Beard Foundation)

    The NYC Winners Circle: James Beard Foundation Awards 2015

    Last night (May 4, 2015) was the big night for chefs and restaurateurs across the country as the 25th annual James Beard Foundation Awards were presented in Chicago. Read More

  • Chevalier (Photo: Chevalier)

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: April 2015

    It’s raining restaurant vets this month, with openings from some of NYC’s most notable chefs and restaurateurs. Read More

  • Clockwise from top-left: Marco Canora, Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi, Mark Ladner, Jonathan Waxman, Ignacio Mattos, Anita Lo (Photo: Handout, Michael N. Todaro/Getty Images, Handout, Handout, Andrew Ingalls, Hernan F. Rodriguez)

    Know Your Nominees: James Beard Foundation Awards 2015 Best Chef NYC

    It’s the time of year that culinary insiders call “Beard season,” as the excitement builds for the James Beard Foundation Awards. Read More

  • Rainbow Room (Photo: Bart Barlow)

    Top 5 NYC Spots for Mother’s Day Brunch 2015

    In case she hasn’t reminded you yet, it’s Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 10. So why not give her the gift of a splendorous brunch, as only NYC can? Read More

  • Zucchini Pizza at Ribalta (Photo: Kathleen Squires)

    Zucchini Pizza at Ribalta

    We’ll admit it: The weather could be “springier,” especially at night. Despite that, there are signs of the season on menus all over town. When determining what time of year it is, look no further than your local, artisanal pizzeria. For those in Read More

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On the Market

A cheese counter at Eataly (Photo: John Li/Flickr CC)

The Ultimate Guide to NYC’s Food Markets

New York’s restaurants may have put the city on the culinary map, but these days the buzz is centered on gourmet food markets, from the Italian emporium Eataly to the massive new Hudson Eats near Battery Park

Harlem Renaissance

Red Rooster (Photo: Paul Brissman)

8 Standout Restaurants in Harlem

Harlem’s rising food scene now rivals its jazz legacy, with a host of innovative restaurants that are serving everything from oxtail dumplings in apple curry sauce to chicken with red-velvet waffles. Arrive hungry

Drink Up

Sangria is the drink of the day at Calle Ocho (Photo: Calle Ocho)

10 Best Bottomless Brunches in NYC

The only thing better than brunch? A bottomless brunch, where the free cocktails flow generously. Here’s our roundup of the best buzzy brunches in NYC


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