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Second Nature
By Suzanne Gannon | March 10, 2015

A New Yorker in search of organic honey to sweeten his or her morning yogurt might stroll through the neighborhood farmers market or hit up Whole Foods. A New Yorker who’s one of the nearly 70 employees of award-winning...

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Raising the Steaks
By Kathryn Maier | March 9, 2015

1. Bowery Meat Co.
Shunning the “steakhouse” label, this sleek temple to meat—with beef by way of Pat LaFrieda—offers a $138 cote de...

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Third Degree With… Marcia Gay Harden
By The Editors | March 4, 2015

What five iconic figures would be at your dream dinner party?
Mozart, Carol Burnett, Theodore Roosevelt, Cleopatra and Maya Angelou. Can Martha Stewart cook?

Favorite role to date...

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Editor's Note: March 2015
By Cristina Cuomo | March 4, 2015

He was always straightforward and kind, but he had a sharp sense of humor that I didn’t expect. He was a tough match of wits for his son, my husband, Chris, and they’d engage in repartee, often debating the events of...

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And Baby Makes Seven
By Robyn Moreno | March 2, 2015

“If someone had told me in my 20s that I would someday have five kids, I would’ve laughed,” says Andrea Canning, the 42-year-old Canadian native and reporter for Dateline.

And five girls, at that: Anna...

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Fortune Cookie
By Andrew Myers | February 27, 2015

Conventional Hollywood wisdom is that Empire—Fox’s hourlong musical/drama that chronicles a murderous mogul, his jailbird ex-wife and their three comely sons who are competing for control of daddy dearest’s hip-hop and...

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New on the Scene
By Beth Landman | February 18, 2015

1. Almond
The popular bistro with locations in Bridgehampton and the Flatiron district is expanding to Tribeca. Steak frites and Brussels sprouts two ways will make the...

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Happy (Chinese) New Year!
By Ryan Feuer | February 13, 2015

1. Buddakan
Drawing glam late-night crowds to its vast West Chelsea location with fab fare in a nightclub atmosphere, Buddakan features an eclectic menu that...

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Romantic Rendezvous
By Kathryn Maier | February 6, 2015

For Active Couples
Lace up your sneakers: The Amazing New York Scavenger Hunt, Valentine's Day Edition will send you all over the city, uncovering clues in romantic...

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Editors’ Picks: Best Dishes
By The Editors | February 2, 2015

1. Gato’s Scrambled Eggs
Not just for brunch anymore, scrambled eggs are given a new twist by Bobby Flay at his newest restaurant—served as a...

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Well Groomed
By Trang Chuong | January 23, 2015

1. Hair: Blind Barber
This modern-day barbershop is replete with leather swivel chairs and a backroom bar and lounge that offers complimentary cocktails with a haircut (from $40)....

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A Culinary Upshot
Gael Greene | Photography by Noah Fecks | January 22, 2015

Of course, we were pawing the pavement waiting for Upland to open. Is it because we are mostly unabashed carnivores in my crowd? Most of my friends and I went berserk over chef Justin Smillie’s gussied-up roasted...

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