Steak Tartare Is Having a Fresh Moment in NYC

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The result is much richer than the equivalent hamburger patty and much fresher tasting, with notes of minerality. The dish often comes with toasts, cornichons, and sometimes lettuces. Here are some of our favorite versions of steak tartare.

Chez Ma Tante

This Canadian-themed Greenpoint restaurant helmed by chefs whose resume includes Altro Paradiso and M. Wells makes a chunky tartare. Served with grilled toasts and a dab of aioli, inviting you to make an open-face sandwich, the appetizer ($16) comes flavored with mustard seeds and a squirt of fish sauce. The parsnip chips on top are too frail to use as scoops, but deliver a nice crunch nonetheless. 90 Calyer Street, Brooklyn, 718- 389-3606

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Harold Dieterle’s Gluten-Free Italian Restaurant Has Arrived

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Gluten-free eaters have a big new restaurant to try with the opening of Tali & Tali Dolce, an entirely gluten-free Italian restaurant, bar, bakery, and ice cream shop from chef Harold Dieterlethat has officially debuted in Kips Bay.

Tali focuses on the savory side of things, with tons of dishes that aren’t usually associated with gluten-free eating. Pastas and panino headline the slim menu, which is filled out with salads and soup. See it in full below. Over at Dolce, cookies, cupcakes, brownies, and more all get the gluten-free treatment, too. There is cider, prosecco, and wine to wash it all down — and, yes, the drinks are gluten-free, too.

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