restaurant-trends

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There's only one other way I'd like to see kale prepared: in another country. Same with quinoa. It's not just weird sounding, it's not even new. It is literally an ancient grain. Quinoa must die. It sure is old enough.
Food
The time has come! Since our most popular post of 2011 was The 10 Most Annoying Restaurant Trends, we've decided to give you the latest batch of restaurant-world developments that really get under our skin.
Food
It's funny how much New York City's culinary scene has changed in recent years. Carrie Bradshaw and her cohorts embodied neon-y bottle culture; they even brunched in a sea of uber-modern white spaces. Yet these days, old-things-new is the chicest aesthetic going.