Food & Drink

TOPLINE New York City rats, famished by restaurant closures and emboldened by starvation, are plaguing outdoor diners—crawling on their shoes and sitting on benches—as business owners call on the city to address the rodent problem. New York City rats scavenging on a subway platform. Gary Hershorn/Getty Images KEY FACTS New York City has allowed restaurants
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Chocolates and truffles from Harry Specters who offer monthly subscription boxes Cahit Okten Who wouldn’t want to receive a monthly box of chocolates through their mailbox, especially in these unsettled times when treats are essential? Chocolatiers across the country offer selections of milk, white or dark, chocolate truffles, bars or ganaches, in exciting flavors on a monthly
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As America celebrates its 244th birthday amidst some of the most unusual circumstances in American history, many traditions, such as fireworks and family barbecues, will be forsaken. But in an enduring celebration of one of the country’s favorite foods, Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest was held on Saturday, and two
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No longer Provencal copycats, American rosés are increasingly capable of reflecting their geographies. American roses come in all shades of pink Illustration: L. Bortolot It’s our first Fourth of July during a pandemic. I have no words of wisdom for these extraordinary times, except keep your distance (6 feet), and remove your mask only to
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The #MakeItCanadian campaign is bringing together craft Canadian brewers. Molson Canadian If you ask any Canadian what the most memorable beer ad of the last few decades is, they will most likely respond, “I Am Canadian.” It was the slogan of the aptly-named Molson Canadian beer between 1994 and 2005, with award-winning commercials that carried
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