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Wines of the Super Bowl

A heavyweight Cabernet from a trio of offensive linemen? Or a quarterback’s soaring Chardonnay? Our award-winning restaurant critic tackles the N.F.L.’s wines

Bread and Better

Montreal’s dining heyday was long ago, but Patrice Demers’s astonishing new restaurant, Sabayon, is pointing to a great future

A Florentine Masterpiece

It doesn’t appear on any of the best-of lists, but Villa La Massa is, according to our critic, the greatest hotel in the world

Lipstick on the Pig

After sitting empty for two years, the tarnished West Village restaurant has been reborn as the Golden Swan

Hamptons or Bust

After finding success in the West Village, restaurateurs Daniel and Evan Bennett are betting big on the East End

Food Fight!

The restaurants on Long Island’s North Fork are so good, they’re taking a bite out of the Hamptons

The View from Here

In New York, the cost of dinner has never been higher. The restaurateurs aren’t happy about it, either

Just like Home, only Better

Is Chez Nous, in Charleston, the best small restaurant in America?

A Hidden Restaurant Gem in Connecticut? It’s True

At Materia, a Le Bernardin alum cooks dishes that make you feel like you’re in Italy

Is This New York’s Best Pizza Right Now?

A critic discovers a four-star chef making mouthwatering takeout in Little Italy

House Wine!

The smart (and cheapish) way to create a great home cellar

Where Divas Dare to Dine

He’s eaten at many of the world’s great restaurants. Yet, one table has long eluded this writer: the Metropolitan Opera’s employees-only cafeteria

Great Balls of Fire

The Spanish chef who only cooks with charcoal