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October 14, 2016

In a Queens Food Court, No More Dumplings, No More Ramen (New York Times)

In our epicurean culture, the lowest species on the culinary food chain is the generic food court, and it has been marked for extinction. For many, the scariest-looking food truck is more desirable these days than a franchise outlet like Cinnabon or Taco Bell. Even the term “food court” is passé, replaced by the trendier “food hall.” Leading the way are City Kitchen in Times Square and the Pennsy, near Penn Station. Now joining the dining evolution are the Shops at Queens Crossing in Flushing. Back in April, Helen Lee began redeveloping the second floor of the mall that her family’s company owns, a popular spot in the lively racket of the Chinatown neighborhood.

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