54 Great Jones Street, Manhattan, NY 10012
Salt Bae is on this list, sorry about it
The neighbourhood has a rich history of doing things differently — its restaurants continue the tradition
From crusty, chewy sourdough bread to sticky morning buns and flaky, buttery croissants
Eggs, avocado, dim sum, tacos — and so much more
"That was all that we wanted to do, keep people in jobs"
A kaiseki master in Marylebone, a peripatetic duo taking root in Soho, and full debuts for the places hamstrung by COVID-19
"I have no faith in this government. They have shown almost sneering contempt for hospitality and feel we can be used to do the work they are so incompetent to do themselves."
"It’s crucial that once we can trade again that we are not subject to further lockdowns, therefore it’s imperative those timings are measured and precise."
"The last 12 months have shown resilient businesses are built on decisions they make autonomously, on a controllable level for themselves."
They start 2021 with no idea when they can reopen
Whether with deliveries to the vulnerable and the NHS, or by changing operations entirely to suit people’s needs
The restaurants that Eater London’s staff, contributors, and friends ordered from time and again
"It certainly is not a very merry Christmas to anyone working in the hospitality industry"
"We are in a battle with a way to go yet, steel yourself on your mettle and… onward!"
A peculiar atmosphere of celebration befell the city yesterday as restaurants are more prepared for closure, but no more certain about their future
A constantly updated record of the key restaurant openings in the capital
How the best restaurants in the city are reopening — if they are reopening at all
Some as delis, some as bakeries, some as themselves but for collection and delivery
A huge Soho seafood palace, a hotly anticipated Mexican restaurant and more
No booking? No problem