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Emissions Control Devices Required for Char Broilers, Wood/Coal Ovens in Largest Update to NYC Air Pollution Code in 35 Years

New York City Council and Mayor de Blasio passed a sweeping update to the air pollution control code in April. Char broilers and commercial wood/coal fired cooking appliances are targeted to reduce the emission of particulate matter and its associated health risks. Emissions control devices will be mandated on new installations effective April 2016, with a grace period until 2020 to retroactively outfit all existing installations.

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What Would You Think If An Application Could Simplify Your Ordering Process – And What You Pay – For Every Product You Buy For Your Restaurant?

Today, independent restaurants use a multi-distributor purchasing strategy to get the best price for an item, splitting orders for each product category between several distributors, according to Andreas Koutsoudakis, Co-Founder of TradingTable.

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Pecinka Ferri Teams With Family Of Manufacturers To Create Easy To Implement Letter Grade Strategy For NYC Operators

For many years foodservice operators were guided mainly by customers – how they liked the food. Was it fresh enough? Was there enough variety?

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Building a Better Kitchen

Chef Michael Gershkovich prior to opening his eponymous fine dining Kosher restaurant in Manhattan knew he needed design help for his upcoming move.

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Designed for the Sharp, NYC Based Boldric Offers Chefs a New Take on the Traditional Knife Bag and Apron

What started out as a simple hobby creating a bag for his good knives has turned into a booming business for Ali Loukzada, an executive chef who has worked at many of the top restaurants in New York City.

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Chef Marcus Samuelsson Opens Pop-up Restaurant at The Fairmont Hamilton Princess 

Acclaimed chef Marcus Samuelsson has opened a two month pop-up restaurant, Samuelsson at HP, from June 3rd to August 3rd 2014 at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess.

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How NYC Based Resy Is Changing the Online Restaurant Reservation Game

Consider the last time you made a restaurant reservation online. Did you muddle through a restaurant's website and then an online reservation site for a table?

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Total Food: Now & Then

How is an idea born? A successful one is normally rather organic, grown out of love or true interest in a subject or product.

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Edible Schoolyard NYC Assembles Last of Top Toques for Its Spring Gala

With Edible Schoolyard NYC assembling its annual spring gala, board members Fernanda Niven and Lela Rose talked about the nonprofit’s mission to teach kids about healthy eating—from the ground up.

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NYC Competition For Restaurant Delivery Intensifies With Ubereats And Maple Debuts

A duo of well-heeled meal delivery options launched their operations in New York City late last month.

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