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Where to Buy the Eater Cookbook

Our first cookbook, Eater: 100 Essential Restaurant Recipes from the Authority on Where to Eat and Why It Matters, is now in stores and available online

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A plate of noodles with cream sauce on a blue plate and background next to a yellow cookbook with the red Eater logo.
The Eater cookbook is now available in bookstores and online.
Photo illustration by Lille Allen/Eater; photography by Laura Murray
Stephanie Wu is the editor-in-chief of Eater, overseeing 20+ city sites, national food culture coverage, and an Emmy-award winning video program.

For the past two years, we’ve been working on bringing Eater to life in cookbook form, and distilling decades of covering restaurants into a compendium that’s timeless yet of the moment. And now, the cookbook for anyone who loves food and dining is here.

Restaurant editor and cookbook author Hillary Dixler Canavan gathered the restaurants across the county that tell a story of what’s most exciting about dining out right now, and dug deep into her rolodex to get chefs and restaurant pros to share how to make their iconic dishes — so you can recreate that same magic at home.

The cover of the cookbook, ‘Eater: 100 Essential Restaurant Recipes.’

‘Eater: 100 Essential Restaurant Recipes’

  • $31

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Introducing Eater’s debut cookbook: Sourced from the best street carts to pillars of fine dining and everywhere in between, this diverse, powerhouse collection features recipes that have been carefully adapted for home cooks. Packed with expert advice from chefs, bartenders, and sommeliers on easy ways to level up your meals at home, Eater: 100 Essential Restaurant Recipes is a must-have for anyone who loves to dine out and wants to bring that magic home.

You can now purchase the book at the following retailers

A hand holding a fork breaks a fried egg yolk that sits atop a bowl of mushroom adobo and rice, garnished with scallions.
Kasama’s mushroom adobo is one of the recipes in Eater’s upcoming cookbook.
Laura Murray/Eater

We’ve also published a few sneak peeks to get you excited.

Come celebrate the book with us this fall at our cookbook events around the country. We’re kicking things off with parties in New York City and Los Angeles, with book signings, panel conversations, cooking demos, and dinners to follow.

And finally, you’ll find fun, cookbook-inspired merchandise available for purchase in our store, including T-shirts, hats, and totes.

Sign up for the From the Editor newsletter for information on our next slate of books: city guides to New York City and Los Angeles that show off the breadth and depth of our coverage, and just how obsessed we are with these culture-setting, world-class dining destinations.