Like pretty much everything in the comfort food category, this city has upped its fried chicken game these past few years, with all sorts of Southern or soul food-style spots popping up alongside the city's OG chicken joints. I made my way through a barnyard's worth of fried chicken platters, boxes, buffets, and fancy-pants entrees, looking for offerings that nailed the balance between crisp skin and juicy meat, not to mention real chicken flavor and that sweet fried taste. And in all cases, the thigh was king.
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This is a neighborhood go to place for me and my friends. The handmade soft pretzels with beer cheese are to die for! The restaurant is very small so go to their website and make reservations.
On Food Network's " Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives ", also known as the "Triple D", Guy Fieri takes us on a restaurant tour of the country's hidden gems, usually of the "comfort" variety or ethnic specialty and often a cardiologists nightmare. You've all seen the show and, whether you admit it or not, you've craved a bite of whatever it was he was chomping down on that day. Most of Guy's visits are in smalltown America, but he has made several trips to New York. While you're visiting New York for business or pleasure, you're sure to dine at some of the finest restaurants, but you'll also want to take the time to check out at least one or two of Guy's picks, right?
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IN the beginning, which was less than two years ago, Meg Grace cooked dinner on Thursday nights. That was all that she and her partners in the Redhead — which they had opened as a bar, with the goal of turning it into a restaurant — could manage or afford. It was a way of honing their skills and building a following in their East Village neighborhood while they upgraded the kitchen and refurbished the modest space.
This eclectic restaurant specializes in Latin fusion cuisine so authentic you would swear you were south of the border. Esperanto takes classic Brazilian flavors and adds a spin to each dish. Enjoy your meal with a fresh fruit cocktail made from cold-pressed juices.
Mario Francesco Batali born September 19, is an American chefwriter, restaurateur, and media personality. Inthe restaurant review site Eater revealed multiple accusations of sexual assault against Batali and, in Marchhe sold all his restaurant holdings—attributed to the aforementioned allegations. At 29, Batali was a sous chef at the Four Seasons Biltmore after previously working as a sous chef for the then Four Seasons Clift Hotel San Francisco,  sinceknown as "The Clift", under changed ownership .
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The beloved Southern comfort food restaurant closed it's doors Saturday after ten years in the East Village. Please join us as we celebrate one hell of a run," the restaurant announced on it's social media pages. The partners apparently live out of state as well, as Chef and founding partner Meg Grace Larcom now lives in Colorado.