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For Adam Gopnik, Breakfast Is the Most Fraught Meal of the Day

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September 8, 2017
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For Adam Gopnik, Breakfast Is the Most Fraught Meal of the Day

“I am torn between the pleasure of having a cooked breakfast and the chaos usually ensuing when I attempt one at 7 a.m.”

You Can Finally Buy Guiltless Dairy Alternatives Sourced From ‘Free-Range Trees’

A macadamia milk brags it comes from “trees supporting life, not trees on life support.”

Grub Street’s Restaurant Power Rankings: Where to Eat Now That Summer’s (Unofficially) Over

It’s our weekly ranking of the city’s most important restaurants.

East Village Favorite Café Orlin Will Close Next Month

The brunch spot’s popularity has never waned during its 36-year run.

Colorado Baker Who Wouldn’t Make Same-Sex Cake Gets Justice Department’s Support

The Trump administration will argue before the Supreme Court that pastry is a form of protected speech.

Shake Shack and Fergus Henderson Created an Eel Burger

It goes on sale September 15 and 16.

NYC Has a Brand-new All-Dessert Tasting Menu — and It Looks Impressively Ambitious

Patisserie Chanson’s Dessert Bar opens tonight.

How Charity Groups Are Using ‘Radical Hospitality’ to Feed Needy Diners

“Plating the dishes, serving people at the table, and replacing a fork are all genuine and basic gestures that can give life to a dialogue.”

Steakhouse Calls Pregnant Mom’s Uncovered Belly a Health-Code Violation

She wore a crop top that exposed her eight-months-pregnant stomach.

Amazon Merger Is Bringing Whole Foods the Most Shoppers It’s Had in Years

Despite the fact that prices really aren’t any lower overall.


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