Garden & Gun

The Joy of Restaurants

I miss the world of going out to eat,” texted my friend Bill Joyce, for whom I have great affection born of big nights at small tables. “I miss the warm anticipation of food I’ve never tasted… I miss sitting across from people I enjoy with the same anticipation.”

As Americans return to restaurants, we navigate a fog of emotions. Bearing expectations for lunches to come, stoking memories of dinners past, we arrive hungry and anxious. I’m hungry for chef Vishwesh Bhatt’s okra chaat, a toss of fried pods and roasted peanuts,

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