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Chinese Crowd-Pleasers in Flushing

At Corner 28, 75-cent duck sandwiches and other Cantonese bites. READ MORE

Cheesy, Chewy Bliss in Hartford

It’s known as sheet pizza in central Connecticut, sold in slabs at Italian bakeries. Di Bacco in Hartford makes a beautiful one. READ MORE

Pumpkin-Filled Perfection at Tribeca’s Fresh Pie

Fresh Pie’s pumpkin model has everything you could want: superior crust and perfectly textured filling with just enough sweetness and spice. READ MORE

Il Brigante — Promising Italian Near the Seaport

The unpromising South Street Seaport area now has a newish trattoria that raises the bar for the neighborhood with thin-crust wood-oven pizzas. READ MORE

The Way of Tea at Gramstand

Tea—hot and cold, old-school and new—is the main event at Gramstand. READ MORE

Fresh Favorites at Chinatown Bakeries

As Manhattan’s ever-shifting Chinatown creeps north and east, it leaves a trail of bao and buns. READ MORE

Detroiters Rejoice: Vernors Ginger Ale in Manhattan

Michiganders love their Vernors ginger ale, but they can’t get it in New York City. Ex-Detroiter praeburn recently happened upon it at Kitchen/Market, the Mexican-and-beyond gourmet grocer in Chelsea. READ MORE

Tomato Pie Worthy of Song

Alfred Rossino, proprietor of Alfred’s Tomato Pie, turns out beautiful thin-crust pizzas by hand, all the while singing along to recordings of Sinatra, opera, or doowop. READ MORE

Blue Dog Revisited – Unsung Deliciousness in Chelsea

Blue Dog Cafe, a charming breakfast and lunch spot in a neighborhood not exactly overflowing with great eats, is unaccountably overlooked. READ MORE

Old-School Fountain Burger in Valley Stream, L.I.

It’s easy to overlook a place like Mitchell’s, a fixture since 1938. READ MORE