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Detroit-Style Pizza By @seanyslices

As a food blogger there is nothing I like more than knowing about something that no one else does. Getting the inside scoop isn’t easy these days, so when I saw my friend Mo post about picking up a Detroit-style … Continue reading

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Torta De Chile Relleno At Don Pepe

Several months ago I vowed to spend more time in the Latin American section of Sunset Park. I finally got around to it a few weekends ago, when I was struck by the overwhelming need for a torta. I looked … Continue reading

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Celebrating Sichuan at Chuan Tian Xia

Even those of us who write about food (however intermittently) get stuck in our food ruts. Almost every time I go to Sunset Park I end up eating at Lucky Vegetarian. That’s not a bad thing, since it’s so good. … Continue reading

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Vegetarian At Tacos Matamoros

I’m ashamed to say that although I’ve spent a lot of time in the Asian side of Sunset Park I haven’t spent nearly as much time on the Mexican-Latin American side. This past weekend I stopped by a place I … Continue reading

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Smorgasburg At Industry City

I haven’t been to Smorgasburg in a while — too expensive, too many people, and a pain to get to on the weekends when subway maintenance is often happening. During the winter they have a scaled down version as part … Continue reading

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Tian Yuan Veg Inc. In Sunset Park

I enjoy walking through the Chinatown in Sunset Park, but I tend to stick to 8th Ave. Between Fei Long Market and Lucky Vegetarian I usually find everything that I need. But I was looking for something new, and I … Continue reading

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Lucky Vegetarian In Sunset Park

I knew I was going to have a good meal at Lucky Vegetarian before I even sat down. The restaurant is underneath a Buddhist temple in Sunset Park; it reminded me of similar arrangements I’ve seen at restaurants in Asia. … Continue reading

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