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A Glimpse at Anthony Bourdain’s New York City

Though <b>Anthony Bourdain</b> got his start in finer dining, the chef and food writer celebrated restaurants of all kinds in New York — frequently showing a passion for the underdog and places that didn’t normally pop up in food media.<p>As Bourdain’s fame and profile rose, he continued to return to his …

East Village

Amazon Says These Are the 100 Books Everyone Should Read

How many have you read?<p>Hidden away in the books department on Amazon.com, shoppers can find a list of 100 great reads everyone should read in their …

Inside NYC’s hot millennials-only sex club

For four days, Daniel Saynt didn’t answer his mother’s constant phone calls.<p>“I just couldn’t face her,” Saynt recalled. “I had this pit in my …

19 NYC Secrets Even New Yorkers Don't Know

When you're living in a city whose history dates back to the 1600s, every day is an opportunity to discover another mind-blowing piece of historical …

5 Divine Thermal Soaks in Iceland

Visit these thermal soaks in Iceland to immerse yourself in unique geothermal hot springs and pools, as you relax and unwind as native Icelanders do. …

After two years of careful reading, moving backwards through time, Robert McCrum has concluded his selection of the 100 greatest nonfiction books. Take a quick look at five centuries of great writing<p>Robert McCrum reflects on his 100 greatest nonfiction books list<br>• The 100 best novels written in …

Literature

12 Knots Everyone Should Master

<i>Last Updated December, 2017: We’ve updated the formatting on this post for clarity. Links have also been updated.</i><p>Our Go-To: Water Knot<p><b>Climbing</b> …

Best Tinder Openers: 25 Tinder Openers That Make Us Say Yes

So lazy, it's funny<p>Sometimes you just need cheese (and fruit)<p>Get right to the point, cheers<p>Toaster stroodle is pretty delicious. She must be …

Relationships

Related Maps

New York City’s roster of Thai restaurants continues to expand. Where once diners endured what was basically a Bangkok menu of basil stir-fries and curries, with the advent of Sripraphai 20 years ago and its Queens contemporaries like Chao Thai and Ayada, New York has since experienced the cuisines …

Dining Rooms

Most Expensive Sushi in the US (That's Actually Worth It)

For those looking to drop a dramatic amount of money on dinner—whether for a showy business meeting, or an anniversary, or a rare, calculated …

The 49 U.S. Restaurants We'd Travel For

We asked ourselves to be really honest, like “last meal” honest, about the food we live and fly for, and we canvased our trusted network of writers, chefs, and restaurateurs for the dishes they can’t stop dreaming about thereafter. Below, find the full list of restaurants across the U.S. we'd plan …

The best NYC restaurants hidden in weird places

If the rise in speakeasy bars’ concepts and Instagrammable eateries tells us anything about today’s dining culture, it’s that the off-the-plate …

A Guide to Your Perfect Day in Chelsea

<i>Inspired by the history of one of Manhattan's best-loved neighborhoods, and the heritage of the businesses in it, we partnered with Chelsea Market to share a perfect day spent in Chelsea.</i><p>Chelsea—which happens to be in Food52 HQ’s own backyard—is one of the great neighborhoods of Manhattan. It spans …

An Eater’s Guide to New York City

Welcome to the Vast, Ever-Changing Food Metropolis<p>With more than eight million people spread out across 250+ neighborhoods, New York City is a true melting pot. In addition to mom-and-pops serving foods from all around the world, there are fine-dining restaurants from local and international …

Ice Cream

19 Novels to Stoke Your Wanderlust

What's just as good as going on a new adventure?<p>Riding shotgun as John Steinbeck boards a dusty pickup with his beloved pooch and sets off on a road …

Entropy Is Why You Can't Unbreak an Egg. Is It Also Why Time Can't Go Backward?

When you wake up in the morning and break an egg into a frying pan only to realize you want oatmeal instead, there isn't much you can do. You can't …

The Absolute Best Charcuterie in New York

<i>Over the last decade, a nicely curated plate of cured and prepared meats has become a menu necessity for New York restaurants. Pâtés are gloriously</i> …

To booze or not to booze: introducing NYC’s ‘Drunk Shakespeare’ show

<b>Welcome to the drinking club with a Shakespearean problem. Is this a whiskey shot which I see before me?</b><p><b>Theatre is an integral part of the NYC experience for tourists; but one rowdy show in Midtown Manhattan, Drunk Shakespeare, offers an unrivalled night of rowdiness.</b><p><b>In a library-style setting,</b> …

Coal is dying, and Trump can’t save it: But there are much better alternatives for coal country and our economy

Whatever Trump claims, coal jobs aren’t coming back. But a “just transition” to a different future is possible<p>Donald Trump is wrong again — it’s not government regulation that’s killing off the coal industry. It’s the marketplace. Even if that could be reversed, today’s coal mining is much less …

Robots, not immigrants, are taking American jobs

The robots are coming! The robots are coming! They are coming and they will completely alter our economic reality. However, instead of planning for this revolutionary change, America's politicians — from Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders on down — continue to cling to the illusion that, with the …

The Top 10 Secrets of Flushing in Queens, NYC

<i><br>Image via Flickr: arincrumley</i><p>Every year, floods of sports enthusiasts travel to Flushing to catch a game at Citi Field or the USTA Billie Jean King …

There's a miracle skin secret in Iceland

In some ways, I knew exactly what I was going to experience in Iceland. Falling in love with Icelandic horses or getting teary-eyed every time I saw …

Skin Care

What's inside the Republican health care bill?

<i>This story has been updated to reflect changes to the bill as of</i> <i>May 3.</i><p>House GOP lawmakers have finally passed a bill aimed at repealing Obamacare ... or major portions of it.<p>Leaders from the conservative and moderate wings of the Republican Party made several changes in recent weeks to drum up more …

A Local's Guide to New York City

New York City is a place of extremes - an overload of diversity, energy, color, sights, sounds, smells, ideas, hopes and dreams. Though the city can …

22+ cultural hangouts that will help NYC feel like home

New York City runs non-stop on an energy that is unrivaled elsewhere in the world. The city with more than 8 million inhabitants never sleeps and …

New York City

Hidden Gems of New York's Central Park

There are so many hidden parts of New York’s Central Park that locals have come to love and are worth discovering. (Photo: Francois Roux/Alamy)<p>You …

Ikea Alternatives - Where To Shop Scandinavian

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to say goodbye to one of our oldest and dearest friends: IKEA.<p>It’s not that we don’t love the Scandi style …

Furniture

Barack Obama Ranked 12th Best U.S. President Ever in Major Survey of Historians

Barack Obama has been whisked to a very good table at the club of former presidents, according to a C-SPAN survey of 91 presidential historians …

Industrial Revolution Comparisons Aren't Comforting

More automation may be good in the long run, but history tells us there'll be turmoil along the way.<p>“Why should it be different this time?” That’s the most common response I hear when I raise concerns about automation and the future of jobs, and it’s a pretty simple rejoinder. The Western world …

Economics