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The Snack Game Is Strong at Newly Opened Ludlow Coffee Supply

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The Snack Game Is Strong at Newly Opened Ludlow Coffee Supply

The coffee shop serves made-to-order toasts, baked eggs, and salads.

Employees of a Bankrupt Buffet Chain Say They Had Literally No Warning Before Their Restaurants Closed

"I came and there was a sign on the door that says we're closed permanently."

Here Are All of the Pies Competing in Franny’s Annual Pizza Bracket

Sixteen new options compete for a place on the permanent menu. You'll want to eat all of them.

Coney Island Superfan Reviving NYC’s Original Hot-Dog Brand

Feltman’s is back, sort of.

Whole Foods Has Struck a Deal to Sell Ugly Produce

It's unveiled a pilot program to test the idea in several California stores.

Restaurants Are Adding ‘Cuomo Taxes’ to Protest New York’s Wage Increase

Really, a $27.99 tax on two eggs and some toast?

The World Is Running Out of Good Scotch

Analysts say demand for single malt is only "going to get worse."

Manager at Landmark Boston Restaurant Rips Reporter After Scathing Review

So is the Union Oyster House — "America's oldest restaurant" — just a terrible, overpriced tourist trap?

Starbucks Just Recalled One of Its Breakfast Sandwiches

It's getting pulled from 250 stores over listeria concerns.

Paleta Expert Fany Gerson Will Open a New Shop Devoted to the Frozen Sweets of Mexico

Expect dozens of different paleta flavors, hand-churned ice cream, and slushy, fruit-flavored chamuyadas from the founder of La Newyorkina.

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