This weekend, celebrating food with Italians, Germans, Irish and artists.
Eric Asimov discusses wines from Josko Gravner.
Emily Weinstein bakes a galette for a dinner party.
Are babies in drinking establishments a welcome sign of relaxed parenting or a troubling omen of head-splitting caterwauling?
"Modernist Cuisine," his six-volume, 40-pound, 2,400-page, $625 treatise on science-based cooking, will not be ready in time for holiday shopping.
Crunchy yet slithery noodles made with cooked and raw vegetables, a scattering of fresh herbs and a piquant dressing.
Baking with the pastry chef of Adour Alain Ducasse and the start of weekly New Amsterdam Markets for the fall.
The restaurant has begun tableside coffee service.
Emily Weinstein learns how to bake a pie.
A New York Fashion Week party on Thursday night is the first event at the Lincoln Center restaurant, which opens on Sept. 24.
Suggestions for after the theater and before an early train home.
VillageVines, the private sale site for restaurants in New York, is about to appear in more cities.
As the government cracks down on business that hire undocumented workers--including restaurants--one result could be higher menu prices.
Sam Sifton reviews Fornino Park Slope this week.