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Building a great burger is about so much more than smashing a beef patty between a bun.


With newer, food-centric businesses joining area mainstays, this stretch of Ditmars Boulevard in Astoria has become destination dining.


Baked ziti pizza may have been New York City's original carb-loaded mash-up, but noodle-loaded sandwiches are bringing even more starchy goodness to the five boroughs.


If you're not heading to Rio, we've got the next best thing right here.


While a number of the standbys stand strong, the twenty-first century has introduced quite a few new takes on old favorites.


It's the closest thing you'll get to a New England seaside town without actually leaving the city.


Dimly-lit dives, hifalutin mixology dens, cheap drink deals and cheeseburger tacos make St. Mark's Place a go-to for every kind of drinker, not just NYU brats.


Restaurants specializing in the cuisines of East and Southeast Asia are particularly adept at these hot weather adaptations.


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