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Evocative culinary experiences and unfiltered exchanges with chefs
Plus, a Midtown institution and a fantasia of color in Brooklyn. These are the restaurants and consumables our editors loved this month.
Words by Sophie Mancini, Alexandra Brodsky, Elissa Polls, and T. Cole Rachel; Illustration by Jess Rotter
Tucked away in a quiet corner of Wales, Chef Gareth Ward’s famed restaurant offers a singularly high-intensity dining experience.
Words by Siobhan Reid, Photography by Robert Ormerod
The chef behind Brooklyn’s Dept of Culture talks jollof rice drama, Junior’s cheesecake, and a dish that forever changed him.
Words by Sophie Mancini, Illustration by Oriana Fenwick
Plus, fried chicken in Vancouver, green-tomato carpaccio upstate, and a sublime cheeseburger in a space once frequented by John and Yoko.
Words by Sophie Mancini, Lisa Lok, Laura Smith, and Hailey Andresen; Illustration by Jess Rotter
Plus, irresistible Greek in San Francisco and more dishes our editors can’t get enough of.
Words by T. Cole Rachel, Elissa Polls, Sophie Mancini, Laura Smith, Hailey Andresen, Alex Brodsky; Illustration by Jess Rotter
A writer reflects on the neighborhood restaurant he loved and lost in the Eternal City — and shares a few enduring local gems.
Words by Tim Moore
The award-winning chef opens up about his rebellious past, signature flavors, and how he keeps things fresh.
Words by Ivy Elrod, Photography by Jingyu Lin
Chef William Bradley earned three Michelin stars by crafting an inventive menu that reflects San Diego’s diasporic history.
Words by Max Berlinger, Photography by Ye Rin Mok
A writer hits the road in a Ferrari Roma, zipping from LA to Sonoma with the Michelin guide as a map.
Words by John Chuldenko, Photography by Daniel Dorsa
Eataly cheesemonger Tess McNamara and Ci Siamo chef Hillary Sterling share their favorite food destinations on the Italian island.
Words by Laura Neilson
Plus, Edenic dining on San Juan Island and a 10-course tasting menu 60 stories above Manhattan.
Words by T. Cole Rachel, Laura Smith, Annie Lin, and Jackie Risser; Illustration by Jess Rotter
Combining hyperlocal sourcing with innovative creation, the menu at Masque restaurant is a love letter to India's native ingredients.
Words by Prasad Ramamurthy, Photography by Avinash Jai Singh
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