- May 2, 2011 | The Restaurant Review
- Barnyard Baroque
Other farm-to-table chefs let the ingredients do the talking. Here, David Burke speaks loudest.
- March 28, 2011 | The Restaurant Review
- Blink and the Menu Changes
What Happens When is an experiment in constantly reinvented, and ultimately temporary, dining.
- April 11, 2011 | The Restaurant Review
- Brooklyn Eats Manhattan
Gabriel Stulman’s Fedora takes a page from the BK-dining playbook.
- April 18, 2011 | The Restaurant Review
- Slimmed-Down French
La Silhouette offers the pleasures of high French cooking without the excess.
- May 7, 2012 | The Restaurant Review
- A Feast in Disguise
Atera’s ingredients seem plucked from nature, but appearances are deceiving.
- January 17, 2011 | The Restaurant Review
- Watch Your Back, Woodside
Suddenly, you don’t need to catch a Queens-bound 7 train to reach transcendent Thai food.
- February 21, 2011 | The Restaurant Review
- Pale by Comparison
Michael White’s Ai Fiori lacks the sparkle of his other restaurants.
- August 1, 2011 | The Restaurant Review
- More Burgers and Bourbon
At the Dutch, Andrew Carmellini enters the nouveau comfort-food game.
- December 6, 2010 | The Restaurant Review
- High Thai
Harold Dieterle brings haute technique and Western touches to the traditional Asian cuisine.
- November 1, 2010 | The Restaurant Review
- Freemans It Isn’t
Taavo Somer’s Peels lacks the Zeitgeist-defining magic of his flagship venture.