Nikko DurenNYC Editorial Assistant
Born and raised in California, Nikko moved to New York after critiquing their way to a degree at Berkeley. Outside of predicting the next big fashion and food collaboration, Nikko supports the New York team as editorial assistant. Though not an avid cook or party host, Nikko enjoys watching videos about how to set a table for a fancy dinner party.
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NYC restaurants that have permanently closed during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Over 100 Black-owned restaurants in NYC you can check out for outdoor dining, delivery, or takeout.
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