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Food FYI: NYC bars and restaurants reopen in Sandy aftermath

Food FYI: NYC bars and restaurants reopen in Sandy aftermath
New York’s Battery Park underpass, completely flooded by Hurricane Sandy.
(Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)

BARS PERSEVERE: If ever a New Yorker needed a drink, it’d be now. After Hurricane Sandy inundated the New York region, many businesses still face power outages. Some of the best bars in some of the hardest-hit areas are finding ways to open, including Julie Reiner’s Clover Club in Brooklyn, Mother’s Ruin in Nolita, and Dutch Kills in Long Island City. [Examiner.com]

THE AFTERMATH: More of the bars and restaurants that have reopened in New York. [Grub Street]

SURVIVAL SKILLS: Tips on food to keep or throw out after a power outage. [Washington Post]

FOOD DELIVERIES: The National Guard delivered food and supplies to stranded residents in heavily flooded Hoboken, N.J., across from Manhattan. [Associated Press]

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