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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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And They Danced
Styling by James Aguiar | January 22, 2015

“The bridal and fashion worlds have never been more connected. This season, all the perfect elements came together to create dresses that are as worthy of a walk down the aisle, as they are of a turn on the red carpet. One thing is...

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A Meal For All Seasons
By Seth Herzog | January 22, 2015

Winter in New York is not for the faint of heart. You have to have a certain kind of mental toughness to survive the wind shear, the below-freezing temperatures and the infestation of Uggs. Yes, it’s sometimes endlessly dreary, but I...

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Golden Boys
By Pamela Fiori | January 21, 2015

This is the tale of two teenagers who grew up a mile apart in Torre del Greco, a small town outside of Naples, and became friends. One, Amedeo Scognamiglio, is the descendent of a coral and cameo design company that dates back to 1857; the other, Roberto...

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Sweet Talkers
By James Servin | January 21, 2015

The Pastry Artists
Fashionable New Yorkers are buzzing over to Maman (French for mother) cafe and bakery for its cozily chic atmosphere and flavorful lunch fare and pastry options....

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Play On!
Camille Hunt | January 16, 2015

1. Barcade
The Williamsburg-born bar and arcade opened two new locations in Manhattan last year—on West 24th Street in Chelsea and St. Mark’s Place in the East Village—where...

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