One Great Plate: Striped Bass on the Griddle

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The Farm on Adderly1108 Cortelyou Rd. (betw. Stratford & Westminster Rds.), Brooklyn, 718-287-3101 Grits, a traditional Southern breakfast staple, has developed a taste for nightlife. Chef Tom Kearney at The Farm on Adderley, a local favorite in underserved Ditmas Park, has taken “Southern oatmeal” to new heights by moving it away from the morning meal [&hellip
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One great plate: Striped Bass on the Griddle

Written by Tina Barry on . Posted in Eat & Drink, Posts

GRITS, A TRADITIONAL Southern breakfast staple, has developed a taste for nightlife. Chef Tom Kearney at The Farm on Adderley, a local favorite in underserved Ditmas Park, has taken “Southern oatmeal” to new heights by moving it away from the morning meal and onto the dinner plate. Since early summer, Kearney has employed the corn-based [&hellip
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WORTH A STOP, EVEN WITHOUT A TRAIN TO CATCH

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As a neighborhood, Penn Station doesn’t spring to mind as a restaurant destination, and it should, because there are several steakhouses there that are every bit as good as any in Manhattan, among them Nick & Stef’s Steakhouse. The area gets so little gastronomic attention that I wasn’t aware that Nick & Stef’s even existed, [&hellip
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GROOVY GROCERY

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“Slow down, you move too fast. You got to make the morning last. Just kicking down the cobblestones. Looking for [snacks] and feelin’ groovy.” It was in such a spirit that I walked near the 59th Street Bridge and happened on Katagiri, a bustling 100-year-old Japanese grocery
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ONE-STOP ITALIAN NOSHING

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Arte Around the Corner is exactly the kind of place I wish were around the corner, from me, that is. Unpretentious, with wood chairs and small marble tables, Arte offers one-stop, all-day Italian noshing. You can start your morning here with espresso and bakery items and end your day with organic wines and a light [&hellip
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CHOLA'S NOT AFRAID OF THE HEAT

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Indian restaurants in Manhattan have an odd tendency to cluster. East 6th Street between First and Second avenues has dozens (the running joke is that there is one giant kitchen under the block); Murray Hill, too; and East 58th Street between Second and Third avenues has an esteemed group of its own. The leader of [&hellip
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