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‘The White Lotus’ Shows What Happens When Service Workers Are Pushed Over the Edge

In Her New Netflix Cooking Show, Paris Hilton Owns the Joke

‘Wolfgang’ and the Enduring (Tired) Allure of the Genius Male Chef

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Three More Restaurants That Nearly Made the National 38

In an alternate universe, these spots would round out the list

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America’s 38 Essential Restaurants

The fine dining stunners, neighborhood charmers, and regional vanguards that show us who we are and how we eat

America Needs More Restaurants Like Suraya

The Inn at Little Washington Is a Truly Timeless Destination

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Kwame Onwuachi’s Thrilling Next Chapter

The singular Afro-Caribbean cuisine at Kith and Kin reflects a chef at his creative peak

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In Search of New York’s Essential Calzone

A summer quest for the underappreciated dish gave me a better understanding of Brooklyn — and my place in it

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As Puerto Rico Recovers, a Bright Light in San Juan’s Welcoming Vianda

At just five months old, Francis Guzmán and Amelia Dill’s restaurant already feels like a vital part of the island’s dining scene

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The 18 Best New Restaurants in America

From LA to DC, the dishes emerging from the country’s most exciting restaurants narrate personal stories like never before

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The Fire Gods of Washington, D.C.

At Maydan, co-owner Rose Previte and her team ignite North African and Middle Eastern flavors

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The Bay Area’s Most Dynamic Dining Scene Isn’t in San Francisco

18 restaurants that typify the breadth and glory of dining in Oakland

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Review: White Castle’s Impossible Slider Is One of America’s Best Fast-Food Burgers

The "bleeding" fake-meat patty is the perfect vehicle for salty cheese, sweet onions, and handsome char

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Ranking America’s Fast-Food Desserts

From creamy soft serve to crunchy fried pies, which sweets triumphed — and which would we never eat again?

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In Search of Alpine Flavors in the American South

Nutmeg-kissed French sausages and an "unapologetically meat-centric sandwich" await at chef Brittanny Anderson’s Brenner Pass

Red Lobster’s Fried Lobster and Waffles Are a Waste of Good Crustacean

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David Chang’s Majordomo Is 2018’s Most Exciting Restaurant (So Far)

Momofuku’s first LA outpost is the most exhilarating restaurant opening of 2018 (so far)

McDonald’s Szechuan Sauce Tastes Like Corn Syrup and Sadness

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Houston’s Theodore Rex Is One of America’s Most Exciting Restaurants Right Now

The spirit of Justin Yu’s venerated Oxheart has been reborn

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Two of Tokyo’s Sushi Greats Find New Homes in Honolulu

The Hawaiʻi capital is one of America’s top-tier sushi destinations

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Tapas Are Worth a Wait at San Francisco’s Newest Hot Spot

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Brooklyn’s Otway Is a Model for Experimental Neighborhood Dining

Review: Taco Bell’s Nacho Fries Are a Chemical Hellbeast

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North America’s Best Cantonese Food Is in Canada

In Richmond and Vancouver, three Chinese restaurants set the standard

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Review: Brooklyn Lands a Oaxacan Sensation in Claro

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At Santa Monica’s Dialogue, Seasonality Meets Surrealism

Dave Beran’s thrilling SoCal tasting menu feels at once like both dinner and an art installation

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Three Stars for San Francisco Stunner Eight Tables

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San Francisco’s Octavia Is a Three-Star Charmer

Chef Melissa Perello’s neighborhood restaurant is excellent without ego

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America’s 38 Essential Restaurants

The bistros, pizzerias, steakhouses, and taco trucks that defined dining in 2017

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The Triumph of the Grey

The stunning Savannah destination, helmed by chef Mashama Bailey, is 2017's Restaurant of the Year

Senia Is Hawai‘i's Most Thrilling New Restaurant

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