10 Things I Read This Week
From NYC, LA, New Orleans, Miami, and how to get unstuck
For those in Miami soaking up the sun, we heard about MaryGold’s Florida Brasserie from the Miami Herald.
Rome’s iconic Roscioli will open its first U.S. restaurant in Soho this April.
In the mood for a trip to New Orleans? The New York Times gives you tips for where to dine.
If you love lemon-dressed crab meat on rustic grilled bread, this place is for you, according to the New York Times. If you love Moroccan food this place is for you (Eater NY).
Heading to or living in Los Angeles? Have you heard? The LA Times says “Saltie Girl is a standout.” They also say this place is “impressive."
April Bloomfield is back to work. She announces her return to the NYC dining scene as she gears up to open a new restaurant in Fort Greene with restaurateur Gabriel Stulman. Also, here.
Feeling that Spring sun if you live in NYC? Read Eater NY’s future openings recap.
From Mexico to NYC and now to Abbot Kinney, here comes ATLA. This is going to be a hit.
Do you book your tables via Open Table, RESY, or direct? Eater NY dives deep into the battle of the booking.
And last but not least, if you were one of the zillion people who read Who Moved My Cheese, they have a follow-up entitled, Out Of The Maze.
And for those that read to the very bottom here’s a great cocktail called the Mexican Minute.