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Michelin Inspectors Are Quietly Making their Rounds in NYC, Despite the Indoor Dining Ban

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Michelin Inspectors Are Quietly Making their Rounds in NYC, Despite the Indoor Dining Ban

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What Do Grand Central Terminal Restaurants Look Like Now?

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What It’s Like to Work in an NYC Restaurant During the Pandemic, According to Staffers

While some are eager to return to work, most say they feel trapped in a Catch-22 situation about their return

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Enterprising NYC Restaurateurs Stretch the Limits on Outdoor Dining

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NYC Restaurants Scramble to Prepare for Today’s Return of Outdoor Dining

After months of struggling, restaurants are amped to add tables — even with challenges like narrow sidewalks and the potential for just small bumps in revenue

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Michelin-Starred Dining, Coronavirus Edition

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What Michelin-Starred Dining Looks Like During Coronavirus

During the pandemic, fine dining restaurants have been forced to ditch many of the elements that usually label their food as "upscale." So when forced to do takeout, what does the food look like now? Photographer Gary He takes a look.

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Inside Peter Luger’s First Bid to Modernize, a Pandemic Survival Tactic

The famously old-school, nearly 133-year-old Williamsburg steakhouse has had to make significant changes due to the coronavirus-related lockdown. Here’s a look at how it’s going.

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The Final Day of Gem Spa, an East Village Icon from a Bygone Era