- October 2, 2006
Will a younger crowd be drawn, as chef-owner Terrance Brennan hopes, by this new stripped-down elegance (sedate if not soporific), new sound (Diana Krall instead of Pavarotti), and new pricing ($64 for two courses) from the updated menu?
- December 4, 2006
- Red Red Wine
The good news: Scientists claim that resveratrol— a minor component of red wine—turns mice into superathletes. The bad news: No human, except maybe Keith Richards, can drink enough wine to enjoy its benefits. But who’s to say you can’t try? Start here.
- October 23, 2006
- Monsieur Baguette
A Cornell professor with a bread fetish comes to town and separates the wheat from the chaff.
- April 2, 2007
Once an art form confined to frat houses, Upper West Side beer bars, and New Yorker cartoons, taxidermy has made its way into restaurants all over town.
- April 30, 2007
- Power Lunch, Jr. Division
April 26 is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, which means you’ll also have to take the budding young desk jockeys to lunch. A Midtown East selection.
- April 9, 2007
- Grade AA
Ten egg dishes to cluck over.
- October 2, 2006
- Make Gno Mistake
When an intrepid eater of our acquaintance turned to us one recent night while dining at the East Village restaurant Bianca, scrunched up her nose, and admonished, sotto voce, These are the worst gnocchi I’ve ever tasted we knew it was time for a pasta primer.
- April 23, 2007
- Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
After you switch to compact fluorescents and recycle the papers, celebrate Earth Day at a sustainability-minded restaurant.
- February 19, 2007
- The Enduring Micro-City
There’s one Manhattan neighborhood that’s stubbornly, thankfully, indifferent to change.
- February 5, 2007
- Dippity Do
Get out your snowflake sweater and giant après-ski boots—it’s fondue season.