This post originally appeared in Amanda Kludt’s newsletter “From the Editor” on June 12, 2021, a roundup of the most important news and stories in the food world each week. read archives and Subscribe now.
I don’t know where you are now, how it is. Some areas, famously, have been open for months. Some areas outside the US are still in various stages of lockdown. But in New York City, we are experiencing an almost unbelievably wonderful re-emergence. Indoor dining is back, sure, but so is live music and live comedy, holdout museums, and nightlife. The post-vaxx crowd is bringing new energy back to the streets and dining rooms.
To mark this major re-opening in the restaurant world and our social calendar, Eater New York and New York Magazine Food Section teams participated in create a complete guide In places that have opened or changed significantly since the start of the pandemic. The focus here is on places that offer a fun night out, an experience, a chance to reconnect with (non-pod) friends. Those are the places that should be on your summer to-do list.
— Nevada will get its first marijuana consumption cafe this year.
— there are three major hotels (with equally prominent restaurants) Set to open in New Orleans this summer.
please check this year Queer Table SeriesMILF On Featuring Stories row farmers, a gay oasis in upstate New York, and the back pair a vegetarian vending machine In Vegas and on video heart of dinner, a pair of chefs cooking food for Chinatown’s large residents, and butcher girls, a meat subscription business and butcher shop, and more.
– Inaugaration: agnes, an all-day restaurant, cheese, and market in Pasadena; and Little Meadow, a fun chef’s Korean restaurant with fine dining credits, and Glad, a Peruvian restaurant in New York that prioritizes accessibility (and fine wine).
— Everything to Eat and Drink at Disneyland’s New Marvel-Themed Avengers Campus.
– I didn’t know there was fried chicken Such a Big Deal at the LA Grocery Store.
– Third party delivery apps are offering concessions to restaurants but who’s really paying in the end?
– here’s one Matcha Blackberry Cake Recipe From the wonderful Joy Chow.
— and if a trip to California Wine Country is in your future, Here’s a Complete and Super Useful Guide Out of Eater SF.