|Lievito in the West Village stayed open|
It's been a long week after Sandy landed in NYC, and we just wanted to say thanks for following our coverage. We found plenty of NYC restaurants that kept the fires burning, with owners, chefs, servers and employees making an extra effort to keep NYC fed. More than ever, the city's eateries have shown themselves to be an essential part of the Big Apple's fabric, from feeding folks in the candlelight, to offering phone charges, to dishing out free goods to those hit the hardest.
We'll be back next week once (we hope) the lights are back on with more coverage. In the meantime, you can see all of our Sandy coverage here, and here are a few more resources you might find useful:
-Diner's Journal and Eater have rounded up restaurants that are raising money for charity, see those lists here and here.
-Grub Street has a list of fundraisers that stretch into next week. Check it out here.
-NYC.gov has a list of food and water distribution centers here.
-And of course, you can always donate directly to the American Red Cross.