Dining & Wine

A Gift From Gallaghers: Aged Steaks for First Responders

A Gift From Gallaghers: Aged Steaks for First Responders

The first thing you see when you walk into Gallaghers Steakhouse, a 93-year-old restaurant in Midtown Manhattan, is steak. In…
‘Dear Customers’: These Are the Emotional Store Signs of a Closed New York

‘Dear Customers’: These Are the Emotional Store Signs of a Closed New York

Surfacing From newly darkened storefronts, businesses offered a few last words of empathy, resolve and humor. April 4, 2020 All…
Where to Donate to Bolster a Quieted Arts Scene

Where to Donate to Bolster a Quieted Arts Scene

Literary Arts Book tours and author events have been called off — having a particular impact on debut authors —…
Alison Roman’s Passover Menu – The New York Times

Alison Roman’s Passover Menu – The New York Times

This is not the Passover article I was planning to write. I’d planned to write a peppy, service-driven piece on…
Dining and Driving on the Empty Freeways of Los Angeles

Dining and Driving on the Empty Freeways of Los Angeles

Now, without the din of a busy dining room, the occasional poke of a stranger’s elbow in your back when…
New Orleans Restaurants, Used to Disasters, Reckon With Something Worse

New Orleans Restaurants, Used to Disasters, Reckon With Something Worse

NEW ORLEANS — Tommy Tommaseo is not nostalgic for Hurricane Katrina. Rocky and Carlo’s, his family’s Creole-Italian restaurant in St.…
One Shop Became a Lifeline for Rhode Island’s Solitary Clam Fishermen

One Shop Became a Lifeline for Rhode Island’s Solitary Clam Fishermen

BRISTOL, R.I. — Lou Frattarelli eased his flatbed truck into the loading zone at Andrade’s Catch, a small seafood shop…
Neanderthals Feasted on Seafood, Seabirds, Perhaps Even Dolphins

Neanderthals Feasted on Seafood, Seabirds, Perhaps Even Dolphins

Inside, she worked alongside João Zilhão, an archaeologist from the University of Barcelona and lead author of the study, scraping…
Floyd Cardoz, 59, Dies; Gave American Fine Dining an Indian Flavor

Floyd Cardoz, 59, Dies; Gave American Fine Dining an Indian Flavor

Floyd Cardoz, an international restaurateur and the first chef to bring the sweep and balance of his native Indian cooking…
Spanish Broths for More Than Paella

Spanish Broths for More Than Paella

A line of first-rate Spanish broths (chicken, fish and vegetable for soups and stews, and more focused mixtures meant for…
A Boom Time for the Bean Industry

A Boom Time for the Bean Industry

Tim McGreevy has worked in the bean business for more than 30 years. But when he scanned the bean aisles…
Easy Recipes to Cook During Your Coronavirus Self-Quarantine

Easy Recipes to Cook During Your Coronavirus Self-Quarantine

There’s no doubt about it: It’s an uncertain and scary time, but you and your loved ones still need to…
Restaurants Cling to Delivery During Coronavirus Crisis

Restaurants Cling to Delivery During Coronavirus Crisis

The Publican drew its to-go menu from its greatest hits, including barbecued carrots.Credit…Joshua Lott for The New York Times Prices…
This Mysterious Ancient Structure Was Made of Mammoth Bones

This Mysterious Ancient Structure Was Made of Mammoth Bones

Ice Age hunter-gatherers, foraging the bone-chilling, unforgiving steppes of what today is Russia, somehow completed a remarkable construction project: a…
‘There Is Plenty of Food in the Country’

‘There Is Plenty of Food in the Country’

The aisles and aisles of empty store shelves give the appearance that the United States, improbably and alarmingly, is running…
The Milk Situation – The New York Times

The Milk Situation – The New York Times

A Pivot to Nondairy Elmhurst 1925, formerly Elmhurst Dairy, has turned what was New York City’s last milk processing plant…
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