New York

Kathleen Squires

- Posts (182)

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.

Find me on Google+

  • Fried watercress (Photo: Courtesy of Telepan Local)

    Fried Watercress at Telepan Local

    How’s this for resourcefulness: When a shipping error left Telepan Local with a staggering amount of watercress, chef de cuisine Joel Javier quickly figured out different ways to use the pungent greens. One experiment for the staff Read More

  • Eat at Philly Cheese Steak 710 before seeing 'Rocky' (Photos: Mary-Louise Price Foss, inset: Matthew Murphy)

    Dinner and a Show: Where to Eat Before ‘Rocky’

    You’re going to see Rocky at the Winter Garden Theatre and you need to know where to eat dinner beforehand? No problem! Read More

  • Chapulines at Black Ant (Photo: Prince Rumi)

    Chapulines at the Black Ant

    Different cultures have different outlooks on insects. To Americans, they have long been considered pests. The ancient Egyptians, however, saw them as sacred. In modern-day Mexico, they are what’s for dinner. The name alone Read More

  • Lamb at Bustan (Photo: Courtesy of Bustan)

    Lamb at Bustan

    There are plenty of worthy spots to dine on the Upper West Side. And there’s certainly a populous clientele at the ready. But it seems that every occupant of the neighborhood is eating at one place these days: Bustan. Who isn’t there is the question. Geraldo Rivera Read More

  • Eat at Schnipper's before seeing 'Newsies' (Photos: Langecom/Flickr CC, inset: Matthew Murphy)

    Dinner and a Show: Where to Eat Before ‘Newsies’

    You’re going to see Newsies at the Nederlander Theatre and you need to know where to eat dinner beforehand? No problem! Read More

  • Mussels at Annisa (Photo: Courtesy of Annisa)

    Mussels at Annisa

    According to a recent study, the power of persuasion relies on making a point in triplicate. Chef Anita Lo seems to agree. Take a look at her menu at Annisa: Three ingredients — no more, no less — enhance memorable dishes such as hearts of palm (with lilies, blood orange Read More

  • Momofuku pork buns (Photo: Grabriele Stabile)

    Beyond the Burger: Best of New York City on a Bun

    Everything becomes a little more casual in the summer. Dress-down days are the norm. Workloads lighten as vacations cram the calendar. Read More

  • Dine out at Keens Steakhouse (Photo: Leonard J. DeFrancisci/Creative Commons)

    Secrets of Keens

    Peter Luger may be more of a household name than Albert Keen. And the Old Homestead may have a few more years under its belt. But Keens Steakhouse has so many historical collections that it’s the only steakhouse that practically doubles as a museum Read More

  • Green Tea Ice Cream Sandwich at Jewel Bako (Photo: Courtesy of Jewel Bako)

    Green Tea Ice Cream Sandwich at Jewel Bako

    A bit of trivia: Did you know that Japan claims to be the oldest independent country in the world? Keep that in mind while indulging in a classic American summer dessert, with a Japanese spin, at Jewel Bako this holiday Read More

  • Dine out at Joe Allen before seeing 'Pippin' (Photos: Courtesy of Joe Allen, inset: Joan Marcus)

    Dinner and a Show: Where to Eat Before ‘Pippin’

    You’re going to see Pippin at the Music Box Theatre and you need to know where to eat dinner beforehand? No problem! Read More

The Dish

Where restaurant insiders are eating now

NewYork.com Picks

Our best secrets and tips for New York dining

Everything dining

Table for One

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

Hot Plates

Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: July 2014

Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: July 2014

Sitting Pretty

The Nomad (Photo: Courtesy of The Nomad)

The 10 Most Beautiful Restaurants in New York City

Beauty is in the eye of the diner at these gorgeous restaurants, from the sleekly renovated Tavern on the Green to the soaring Buddakan, which could double as a cathedral

Loading...