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Past articles by Emma:

23 Best Bars in Brooklyn Where You Should Drink Now

From Greenpoint to Bed Stuy, these are the best bars in Brooklyn where you need to drink with friends this weekend → Read More

16 Spots for the Best Brunch in Brooklyn

The best brunch in Brooklyn, from diners to upscale fare in Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Cobble Hill and more → Read More

Any Thing is a new bar in Prospect Lefferts Gardens bringing the fun

A new bar called Any Thing has opened in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. It is attached to Mo’s Original, the Caribbean-inflected ramen bar from William Garfield (an → Read More

You can now get these Filipinx pastry boxes delivered to your door

Abi Balingit spends her days promoting concerts for her job in the music industry, a role, which like for so many others, has had to shift to the needs of the c → Read More

These New Yorkers are selling homemade kombucha in bear-shaped jars

Inspired by the efforts of Bakers Against Racism—an international collective of bake sales that launched during the pandemic to raise money for Black Lives Matt → Read More

Ellen's Stardust Diner may be in danger of closing

As we documented back in 2019, New York City diners were already on the brink of death due to a variety of reasons, including rising rents and changes in custom → Read More

High Low Beverage Company opens in Bushwick with a Vietnamese-influence

High Low is a new Vietnamese-influenced bar and cafe located on Wyckoff Avenue with pastries by Matthew Tilden. → Read More

Doughnut Plant is re-closing all of its locations

The beloved donut chain Doughnut Plant has shuttered its chain of donut shops for a second time since the start of the pandemic in March. According to Eater NY, → Read More

Love, Nelly Bakery opens in Brooklyn from Butter & Scotch team

Love, Nelly opens at 53 Rockaway Avenue with Colombian-inspired sweets. It's sister spot to Butter & Scotch bakery in Crown Heights. → Read More

Bluestockings Bookstore cafe closing on the Lower East Side

LES radical bookstore café, Bluestockings is closing but hopes to move to a more accessible-friendly space. → Read More

Molly Levine's The Pony Stall is a new food truck in Tannersville, New York

Chef Molly Levine's food truck The Pony Stall is located in the Catskills and serves farm-focused food, pantry staples, homemade bread and more. → Read More

This new local wine subscription happens over text message

Marquis Williams' wine club delivery service Highly Recommended is a new secret way to order wine via text message. → Read More

Multiple locations of Xi’an Famous Foods are closing across the city

Like so many restaurants that have closed during the pandemic, the operators of Xi’an Famous Foods—the beloved, Anthony Bourdain-approved noodle chain—are evalu → Read More

Your best options for eating and drinking in the Rockaways this summer

With beaches now reopened in New York City, you’ll probably be headed out to score some rays this weekend. But with so much changeover in recent months to the h → Read More

Follow this account to support local Chinatown restaurants

As the coronavirus spread to the United States, New York City's Chinatowns were facing another layer of crisis: xenophobia. Before the city's restaurants were o → Read More

New interactive map shows all the open restaurants in NYC

Things are changing fast in our city. Almost a week into Phase 2 of the reopening plan, many are flocking to the their favorite restaurants that are now permitt → Read More

There’s now a “rocket” in Domino Park that you can compost in

The new program is intended to be a stopgap measure to help with the city's paused composing collection right now. → Read More

These NYC restaurants are reopening for outdoor dining this week

In accordance of Phase 2 of the reopening plan. → Read More

This artist is making free signs for Black-owned businesses in NYC

Dennin Winser has worked in the food service industry for almost his entire professional life in both front and back of house roles. Most recently, he was a lin → Read More

You can now rent out one of NYC's best diners for charity

Last year, we reported that New York was experiencing a diner Renaissance. More and more restaurants opening up across the city seemed to be focusing their conc → Read More