In this New York-heavy edition of NOM we have the latest offering from Hill Country Barbecue Market, which is leaning heavily on the last word of its name by offering a Texas-style smörgåsbord of smoked meat and pickles for delivery.
Junzi Kitchen, the hip young fast-casual Chinese chain in New York City, has rolled out delivery-friendly cold noodles on its new menu.
Silver Apricot, another Chinese-inspired restaurant in New York, is evoking the experiences of Chinese Americans who grew up eating both scallion pancakes and croissants by combining the two in a single menu item.
Estiatorio Milos, the expense-account Greek seafood restaurant in Midtown Manhattan has introduced a sandwich that’s appropriate for dining outside — the only restaurant dining allowed in New York for the foreseeable future — priced for business people who are paying their own way.
Finally, not in New York, Uchibā, the cocktail bar above Uchi in Dallas, has introduced three cocktails for its customers to mix safely at home.
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