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Excuse Me, Your Tequila Is Blushing

The rosé trend extends to agave, just in time for cocktail-party season

Caroline Schiff

The Brooklyn chef was in charge of her restaurant’s sourdough starter during the pandemic. She turned the experience into a cookbook filled with epic desserts

She Runs the Table

Skye McAlpine doesn’t just kill it in the kitchen; she nails the presentation as well. Now you can, too

Roman’s Holiday

It’s not all about the food—Thanksgiving also presents an opportunity to find order in a world of chaos

Conversations with Friends

The River Cafe’s Ruthie Rogers brings her recipes—and patrons—to life on a new podcast

Fit for a King

At his new Versailles restaurant, Alain Ducasse continues his reign over French cuisine

Italy’s Best Pizza Isn’t Where You Think It Is

Welcome to Caiazzo, home of the inside-out-margherita restaurant drawing crowds from all over the world

Westward Ho!

New York’s Hudson Yards neighborhood never quite took off. With Ci Siamo, Danny Meyer and Hillary Sterling are out to change that

It’s All About the Elbow

How did Nusret Gökçe, known to all as Salt Bae, turn a flick of the arm into a multi-million-dollar restaurant empire serving gold-encrusted meat?

Shock and Awe

Alain Ducasse’s exit from the Plaza Athénée rocked Paris. But his replacement is generating even more buzz

Hollywood’s Kitchen Table

How did a 17-table restaurant become a clubhouse for everyone from Clooney to DiCaprio, Joni Mitchell to Quincy Jones? At Dan Tana’s, it isn’t the food …

Is Paris Burning?

In her new cooking show, the joke’s on us …

Rethink Pink

Hollywood types and old-world wine-makers are out to upend antiquated notions of rosé

Food Fight!

One day after The New York Times gives it a rave review, a Brooklyn restaurant shuts its doors and accusations fly

Before Studio 54, There Was Maxwell’s Plum

In the 1970s, an Upper East Side restaurant was the red-hot center of New York’s sexually liberated singles scene

Miss en Place!

Anne Rosenzweig broke into the old boys’ club of Manhattan restaurants with aplomb

Dinner with the Queen

During an unforgettable meal with Julia Child, a young writer discovers a kindred spirit

Daniel Emilio Soares

The fourth-generation Balducci is opening Alimentari Flâneur, a new quality-produce market on Manhattan’s Lower East Side


After a 21-year run, Alain Ducasse’s restaurant at the Plaza Athénée is closing under mysterious circumstances

Non-Tipsy Tipples

At Glossier, Mélanie Masarin helped people look better. Now, with Ghia, a mocktail, she’s helping people drink better

Mory Sacko

The new face of French cuisine serves up fine food and great television

Underground Gourmet

In lockdown, desperate French chefs keep the lights on (low) with speakeasy restaurants

Mouton Rothschild Labels Itself as Chinese-Friendly

The Bordeaux vineyard’s 2018 vintage will speak to the world’s biggest market for French wine

Below the Salt

A new book, Scoff, determines people’s social standing by the food they eat and when they eat it