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What to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This February

All the food news you need to know today, from the latest New York restaurant openings to interviews with the nation’s most inventive chefs.
February 1, 2018
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13 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This February

Your food agenda for the month.

It’s Reportedly Becoming ‘Normal’ to See Whole Foods Employees Cry at Work

The company’s controversial new inventory system is apparently to blame.

NYC’s First Whole Foods 365 Opening: Long Lines, Cheap Avocados, and a Whole Lotta Cowbells

“Honestly, it’s better than all of the Whole Foods stores in Manhattan.”

Actual ‘Central Perk’ Coffee Shops Are One Step Closer to Becoming Real

Warner Bros. trademarked use of the name for “coffee bars” and “cafe services.”

Grub Street Pick:
BOOMCHICKAPOP Indulgent Milk Chocolaty Peanut Butter Flavored Kettle Corn
This popcorn is drizzled with milk chocolate and peanut butter for those who like to mix sweet and salty.

Charlie Hallowell’s Accusers Speak Out in Hopes of Forcing Him to Divest From His Restaurants

“This process has been terrifying … but we will not be intimidated.”

Bittman’s Kitchen: Buffalo Shrimp With Blue Cheese

Quick enough to make during halftime.

Amazon Is Now Selling Discounted Gadgets in Whole Foods’ Parking Lots

Keep an eye out for Treasure Trucks!

The Absolute Best Fried Chicken in New York

The definitive ranking of fried chicken in NYC, from Japanese karaage to Nashville-style hot, and everything in between.

Where to Eat on Sunday If You Don’t Want to Watch the Super Bowl

Everyone’s watching the game but you, making this a great night to go out to eat.


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