Pastis Reopens After a Five-Year Hiatus

Headliner Pastis There’s no restaurateur better at channeling time-worn French bistros and brasseries than Keith McNally. Now, he has recreated one of his own restaurants, Pastis, moving it around the corner from the original and recycling tiles, mirrors and other vintage details that were kept in storage during its five-year hiatus. Even the phone number…

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Deadly Falls in Older Americans Are Rising. Here’s How to Prevent Them.

As the population ages, the number of older Americans who die following a fall is rising. A study published Tuesday in the medical journal JAMA found that for people over 75, the rate of mortality from falls more than doubled from 2000 to 2016. Researchers analyzed information obtained from death certificates maintained by the federal…

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Michelin Announces California Ratings, Leaving Los Angeles Off Its 3-Star List

Michelin announced its California restaurant ratings on Monday night, tied to the release of the French company’s first statewide guide, and no new restaurants received its top rating of three stars. Los Angeles was left out of that category, with only restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area and the wine country receiving the highest…

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A Chef Plunges Into Mexican Politics

SAN FRANCISCO — Gabriela Cámara is having a very good year. Five years after she moved to the United States from her native Mexico, she is at the tipping point of world culinary fame. Her 20-year-old restaurant, Contramar, is both a beloved institution and a power-lunch destination: the Union Square Cafe of Mexico City. Her…

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A Complete List of the Winners From the 2019 CFDA Awards

The New York Council of Fashion Designers of America gathered together at the Brooklyn Museum last night to honor the most influential people in fashion. To say the CFDA Awards is the Oscars of the industry is a drastic understatement. The event always has all the style, tears, and jokes there are to offer. The…

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‘Love Island’ Returns Amid Debate About Contestants’ Mental Health

LONDON — It seemed like business as usual when a new season of “Love Island” aired here Monday night. All the familiar elements of the cult reality show were there, with the luxury villa in Spain and the skimpy swimsuits. But as the credits rolled, the sunny atmosphere darkened and a black screen appeared with…

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A Stand-Up Example of Sit-Down Pizza

One of the ways people pretend to be sophisticated about restaurants these days is by claiming that the New York City dining scene has lost its edge. The sheer number of restaurants in the city — about 27,000, according to the health inspectors — makes the argument absurd. How many of them are slipping? All…

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3 Benefits of Investing in an All In One Cooking Appliance

Being a mum is a never-ending job. After a stressful day, it’s likely that the last thing you want to do is cook for the family. Thankfully there is another option that isn’t as labour intensive as making an entire meal. It enables you to feed your family something healthy on days you don’t want…

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At the Oscars of American Fashion, Lots of Winners, Less Relevance

So much for politics. After two years in which the CFDA awards — the annual celebrity-and-model-infused “Oscars of the Fashion World” bestowed by the Council of Fashion Designers of America — had celebrated and called out the need for diversity, the power of immigrants, the rights of women and questioned the very meaning of what…

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Vestlandet, Norway, Is ‘Oh, My God’ Country

The 52 Places Traveler A five-day solo drive through the country’s southwestern region leaves the 52 Places Traveler speechless or swearing. June 4, 2019 Image Make sure to turn the windshield wipers on before crossing the bridge at Latefossen, where two raging waterfalls meet.CreditSebastian Modak/The New York Times Our columnist, Sebastian Modak, is visiting each…

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