Vik’s Picks: Morning Edition

A roundup of the morning's most compelling food news.

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The Torrisi Group—a.k.a. the NYC power players behind Parm and Carbone—will open ZZ’s Clam Bar on Saturday. [via The New York Times]

Phil Gittelman has been eating at Hugo’s in West Hollywood almost every day for 32 years. [via The Los Angeles Times]

Gorgeous, meaty photos from the Big Apple Barbecue Bloc Party. [via Serious Eats]

More healthful food choices will be offered at national parks starting this summer. On the menu: Bison burgers and crab cakes. [via NPR]

Street food in Singapore is not actually on the streets—its in designated ‘hawker centers’. Would this model work elsewhere? [via The Guardian]

Why Michelin chefs no longer hate vegetarians. [via The Times of London]

Is Neapolitan pizza a marketing hoax? [via The Village Voice]

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