As you know, OpenTable acquired Foodspotting in 2013, not only for its amazing content, but also for its incredibly loyal and engaged community. Since then, you’ve been instrumental in how friends and experts alike discover the best dishes across the world, and for that, we just want to say thank you.

But as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. After much deliberation, we have chosen to discontinue the Foodspotting app and website in early May. If you’d like to keep all the photos you’ve captured over the years, we encourage everyone to take this opportunity to download your content. Click here for details

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2009年より運営してまいりました Foodspotting ですが、2018年5月上旬をもちましてサービスを終了させていただくこととなりました。

OpenTable は Foodspotting のコンテンツの素晴らしさ、コミュニティの絆を高く評価し、2013年に買収いたしました。以降、皆様のお陰で地元や旅先での美味しいものを発見、共有するお手伝いを続けていくことができました。これまでご愛顧いただきましたこと、心よりお礼を申し上げます。

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Grub Street: Meatball Madness in New York

Grub Street · Guide to New York · created over 7 years ago

Unless you’re living in a red-sauce-free bubble, you must know we’re having a bit of a meatball moment. The omnipresent orbs have been entered into hard-fought contests like Meatball Madness and the Meatball Slapdown, glamorized on glossy-magazine covers, and reinvented by upscale chefs with luxe ingredients like duck and foie gras. Here are our 9 favorites right now.

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  • Veal Ricotta Meatballs at Terroir Tribeca in New York, NY

    Exquisitely soft and airy, Marco Canora’s veal-ricotta meatballs have always been among the best; now he serves them on a toasted baguette.

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  • Meatballs at Brinkley's Pub and Kitchen in New York, NY

    While the trend is toward golf-ball-size meatballs, Michael Sullivan’s take is unabashedly big and lusciously soft.

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  • Meatballs at Mia Dona in New York, NY

    Some restaurants set up ice-cream stands outside their doors. Mia Dona has a meatball cart, hawking $5 bowls or $7 focaccia sandwiches, and starring the best meatballs in midtown.

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  • Meatballs at Motorino Pizza in Brooklyn, NY

    First pizza, now meatballs. Former fine-dining chef Mathieu Palombino has mastered the form: nicely browned on the outside, tender within, and served in the most invigorating pool of sauce in town.

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    Spicy Pork Meatballs at The Meatball Shop in New York, NY

    Of the five kinds of house-ground balls available in just about every sauce-and-bread configuration known to man, we like the spicy pork variety with meat sauce and provolone on a hero.

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  • Meatballs at Corsino in New York, NY

    Rib-sticking Heritage-beef-brisket balls with a pleasantly coarse texture, and a 2 a.m. last call.

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    Falafel Wrapped Meatballs at Balaboosta in New York, NY

    Two delicious cheap-eats trends collide: grass-fed-beef balls wrapped in falafel and served on a stick, with a lip-smacking green tahini sauce.

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    Meatballs at Northern Spy Food Co. in New York, NY

    The locavore-minded kitchen uses pork leg from Fleisher’s to make these super-tender orbs. They’re seasoned with star anise, oven-roasted, then braised in sauce.

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  • Sliders at Kenmare in New York, NY

    Joey Campanaro’s signature Little Owl slider, transplanted from the West Village to Nolita. The best ball-to-bun synergy out there.

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