Eater: We promise this will all be over soon.
New Yorker: Lena Dunham wrote another charming essay for The New Yorker now that Nora Ephron has died, and we have an excuse to share it with you because it’s about how delivery is taking over our lives.
ABC News: Rocco DiSpirito has a new Food Network show coming out that combines Restaurant Takeover with Top Chef’s Restaurant Wars, yet again proving our theory that Food Network is the Taco Bell of food programming.
Grub Street: In a heartwarming reverse of receipt racism, this Chinese restaurant employee went to great lengths to ensure that a patron with a severe allergy didn’t get any shellfish in his dish. With profanity for emphasis!
New York Times: There aren’t many negative criticisms in Pete Wells’ review of Marco Canora’s Hearth, but this one’s our personal favorite: “Any restaurant can get into the weeds, but the weeds at Hearth seem especially fast-growing and luxuriant.”
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