Cutting Up Big Fish and Cultivating an Even Bigger Fan Base


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Baracat Paiva of Boston is the charismatic star of Instagram videos in which he turns huge fish into fillets in seconds. But he started as a pro soccer player in Brazil.

New York City Food Carts Get Their First Report Cards


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Wanted: A Nice Dinner Place for a Maine Island With a Long, Hungry Winter


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On Vinalhaven, where year-round dining choices are few, residents are mourning the closing of their beloved Salt, and hoping for a replacement.

There Is a Free Lunch, After All. It’s at the Office.


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What was once an extra is now a necessity, as companies give their employees free ice cream and beer, Pop-Tarts and prime rib — often with an agenda attached.

My Detox: The Three Simple Tonics That Sustain One of New York’s Busiest Chefs


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Daniela Soto-Innes, a co-owner of the acclaimed restaurants Cosme and Atla, shares a trio of recipes inspired by her Mexican grandmother’s natural remedies.

After a Pause, the Chef Joseph Ogrodnek Tries His Hand in a Hotel


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Mr. Ogrodnek, who took a break after closing Dover last year, will return with a cafe in the new Sister City hotel.

Matzo Balls and Chiles? It’s Rosh Hashana With the Flavors of Mexico


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The chef Fany Gerson’s holiday feast is born of her Jewish heritage and Mexico City upbringing.

The Restaurant Preview: New York Is Just a Bowl of Chinese Noodles


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THE RESTAURANT PREVIEW: New Reasons (Cookies, Pizza) to Go to Greenpoint


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The Restaurant Preview: A ‘Queer Eye’ Makeover for a Vintage Diner


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When the Menu Says ‘Organic,’ but Not All the Food Is


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A Restaurant Takes On the Opioid Crisis, One Worker at a Time


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A Kentucky couple realized that restaurants have an unusual power to help addicted people recover, and created DV8 Kitchen to hire, train and encourage them.

New York Restaurant Inspections, by the Numbers


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A look at how many restaurants excel, and how many don’t. And yes, you’ll find mice and roach violations here, too.

The Life of a Restaurant Inspector: Rising Grades, Fainting Owners


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Eight years after New York City began assigning letter grades, one health inspector says his visits have become routine. But still, “Everyone panics.”

The Plastic Straw Is Losing Status as New York’s Big Sipper


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The city hasn’t outlawed it, but many restaurants and cafes — concerned about the environment — are replacing it with paper, metal or no straw at all.

They Were Fans of the Chef. Now They Run His Restaurant.


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Floyd Cardoz Pivots Again, for an Elusive Ingredient: Fun


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A New School of Pastry Chefs Got Its Start in Architecture


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Whether they dazzle or intrigue, these desserts always work in a carefully thought-out way that defies the flashy concoctions on Instagram.

If You Missed Diwali in India, Dallas Is the Place to Be


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Finding India in a Sweet Corner of Houston


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