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Diner: Day for Night

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On New Year's Eve 1998, Andrew Tarlow, along with Mark Firth, opened Diner out of a repurposed dining car under the Williamsburg Bridge in Brooklyn. Within the decade, it single-handedly became one of the city's most influential restaurants, giving birth to a Brooklyn mini-empire—including Marlow & Sons, Roman's, and Achilles Heel—and an ethos of community, sustainability, and eating local.

In Diner: Day for Night, Tarlow takes us back to the restaurant that brought the farm-to-table movement to Brooklyn.

Featuring 48 flavorful recipes and evocative photography, this fun and whimsical cookbook takes us through the history of Diner, a poetic homage to a lively place as the day shifts from morning to night, both intimate and welcoming. 

Inside you'll find:

  • Recipes for spring, like Asparagus with Tahini Sauce and Wilted Frilly Mustard Greens and Risotto with Leeks, Peas, and Pecorino
  • Recipes for summer, like Green Tomatoes with Mozzarella, Basil, and Green Coriander and Peaches with Creme Fraiche Honey and Lavender Shortbread Sprinkle
  • Recipes for fall, like Turnips and Radishes with Butter and Bottarga and Lamb Belly with Potatoes and Tomatoes
  • Recipes for winter, like Scallops with Celery Root Puree and Castelvetrano Olives and Vanilla Pots De Creme.

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