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Hot Bread Kitchen

Editors' Pick
Our Tip Not all breads are top-notch at this non-profit bakery, but we love the flaky Moroccan m'smen, rich stollen, and fresh bialys, which are the best we've had in New York.
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When it comes to eating with family, you want a place that's reliable, reasonably affordable, and low on hassle. There's plenty to worry about before a big holiday. Where to eat dinner on the nights before or after shouldn't be one of them. To that end, here are some solid restaurant options good for eating out with the folks.

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The end of the year is a time of excess in the bread world. Bakers who spent 11 months tending their levains and sourcing locally-grown, organic rye flour suddenly pull out the white flour, sugar, booze, butter, and more sugar. But the city's bakers are an inventive bunch, so this year's crop of holiday breads offers incredible variety, both sweet and savory.

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Good bread lies at the heart of New York City's culinary life. Sure, others cities also have their loaves (San Francisco sourdough and Dutch crunch, Boston and its brown bread) but New York's bread culture runs as deep and diverse as the history of our city.