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Miracle on Gansevoort Street Keith McNally has reopened Pastis in Lower Manhattan—a wonder, given his recent run of terrible luck

A Thing Shared One of the most revered food writers shares a memory of a summer road trip and the perfect peach pie

The Caterer to the Tail-Number Set Craving chicken salad and black-and-white cookies on your private jet? William Poll will take care of you

It’s Not the Wurst Vegan chef and zero-waste activist Sophia Hoffmann is reimagining German cuisine for a new generation

Renaissance Fare A 1518 receipt supports the claim that La Campana in Rome, favored by Caravaggio and Keith Richards, is the world’s oldest restaurant

Salina’s Most Wanted Gen Y chef Martina Caruso is earning international acclaim for her cuisine at Hotel Signum

Pasta Putin-esca Syrian candy and North Korean kimchi: Moscow adds Stalinist spice to its cuisine

Cryogenically Frozen Pizza Good news: fresh Neapolitan pies can now travel great distances intact. Dig in

What’s Michelin Got to Do with It? In the kitchen at Comice, one of the most ambitious new restaurants in Paris, at the height of inspection season

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

A Very Ruthie Rogers Holiday For the impresario of London’s River Café, Christmas requires bollito misto, ample margaritas, and as many friends and family members as possible

Pantries in a Twist At 60, the glamorous gourmande Nigella Lawson has taken herself off the boil

Bordeaux Is Getting Crushed Shifting tastes drive a drastic plummet in sales

Chef’s Surprise The secret ingredient to a memorable dinner party