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BY GABE HERMAN | The new Essex Market is now officially open for business on the Lower East Side. The marketplace held its official grand opening and ribbon cutting on May 13, in its new building at 88 Essex St., at Delancey St. It previously was located at 120 Essex St. The new market brought along […]

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Don’t miss the food, drink and cultural event of the year! @theworldsfare is this weekend at Citi Field. Get your tickets today at www.theworldsfare.nyc

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BY ALEJANDRA O’CONNELL-DOMENECH | The smells of cheesecake nachos, lasagna dim sum and woody Filipino coffee hit WeWork users in waves as they came in and out of the office at 222 Broadway last Thursday. The co-working space had transformed into a bite-sized World’s Fare, the massive food and beer festival set to take place at […]

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BY JOE DISTEFANO  | As the Culinary King of Queens, I’m so very fortunate to live in the most diverse and delicious destination in all of New York City. And I’m even luckier to be a Tastemaker for the World’s Fare, a celebration of global cuisine and culture, which will be held on May 18 and 19 […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | Lupe’s East L.A. Kitchen has been a Soho staple for Mexican food for more than 20 years, and offers a great alternative to fast-food places in the area like Chipotle and Dos Toros Taqueria. At the corner of Sixth Ave. and Watts St., Lupe’s is small but has a festive and casual […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | It’s easy to miss Tandoor Palace, which serves tasty Indian food in the Financial District. Located at 88 Fulton St., between Gold and William Sts., the restaurant is set back from the street and up a flight of stairs, along a walkway that features several stores that are behind the sidewalk’s main […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | As the weather gradually warms, it’s important to take stock of the quality ice cream places nearby. And Davey’s Ice Cream is one of the essential Downtown spots. Located in the East Village at 137 First Ave., between St. Mark’s Place and E. Ninth St., Davey’s makes all of its ice cream […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | French bread and pastry shop Marie Blachere opened its first New York City location on April 11 in the Village. The company has 500 locations in France. The new shop at 301/303 Sixth Ave., at Carmine St., is the chain’s second U.S. location. The first opened in Great Neck, Long Island, on […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | In recent years, Korilla BBQ has been a welcome addition to the growing list of fast-casual restaurants that let you build your own order from quality, freshly made dishes. Korilla’s angle is Korean barbeque, and it offers it in the form of burritos, rice bowls and salads. A protein for your dish […]

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BY ROSE ADAMS AND RICO BURNEY |   COMMUNITY L-Train Open House: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Department of Transportation will be holding their last open house at which residents can learn about and give feedback on the upcoming L-train “slowdown” and the future of M14 crosstown bus service. Mon., April 8, at the […]

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