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America’s Independent Bowling Alleys Might Not Make It Through the Pandemic

Alongside restaurants and bars, recreational spaces like bowling alleys are also feeling the pressures of indefinite COVID-19 closures


Why Kwang Hee ‘Mama’ Park is the Queen of Kimchi 

This TikTok Potato Cake Is the Wild Energy We Deserve Right Now

To Combat Cooking Burnout, Do It All at Once

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We Should All Be Eating More Rabbit

Lean, nutritious, and climate friendly, rabbit can offer an escape from the industrial meat supply chain

The Internet’s Most Incredible Collection of Food History Has Been Saved

The Food Timeline — librarian Lynne Olver’s years-long endeavor to catalog the entire history of food — was in danger of disappearing forever, but it’s found a new home at Virginia Tech’s special collections archive

From the Strategist: The Best Bitters, According to Bartenders

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Eater’s Guide to Inauguration Day 2021 in D.C.

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Chef Alexia Grant, Known as the Private Chef to Trail Blazer Carmelo Anthony, Will Begin a Caribbean Food Pop-Up Next Month

A Scripted Julia Child Series Is Coming to HBO Max

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Everything Restaurants Need to Know About the $284 Billion PPP Program

Quality Control

Why Big Olive Oil erupted over a boutique distributor’s claims to a fresher, healthier oil

The Great Birria Boom

How two Mexican-American birrieros made the beloved dish a sensation in America

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We the Pizza Delivers Hundreds of Pies to National Guard Troops at the Capitol

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Thomas Keller Deletes Twitter Account After Latest Online Backlash

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Groupon Reactivated an Eight-Year-Old Coupon Without This Pizzeria’s Consent

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As National Ghost Kitchen Companies Gain Prominence in Portland, Local Chefs Fight Back

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What Goes Into Designing a Wine Label?

Three designers on the inspiration that goes into creating the bottles you reach for

The Eater Guide on How to Help During the Crisis

The projects, groups, and organizations that are addressing food insecurity in light of COVID-19 and supporting local restaurants

Give the Gift of Wine With Eater Wine Club

Introducing Eater Wine Club, a monthly wine subscription

A Leading NYC Mayoral Candidate Thinks Roof Farms Can Save America’s Cities

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Says Indoor Dining is ‘Very Close’ to Returning

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How One of D.C.’s Coziest Italian Restaurants Thrives Without Letting People Inside

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Eater Critics’ Hot Takes on Shake Shack’s New Korean Fried Chicken Menu

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Eater Merch Can Now Be Yours

Showcase your devotion with some cozy swag

Welcome to Eater’s Guide to the World

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Nominate the New Guard of the Food World

We’re looking for the most inspiring hospitality professionals, activists, and more to be members of the inaugural Eater New Guard class

Taco Bell Yields to Pressure and Brings Beloved Potatoes Back to the Menu

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James Harden Might Be Leaving the Rockets, But His Houston Restaurant Will Still Open in January

Holding Ourselves as Food Media Accountable

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