Expect blizzards, and Orange Julius, too.
The New York native is closing in on his first Stateside outpost of Ivan Ramen.
The waterfront restaurant will open in May.
The restaurant opens this spring.
“This is an explosive year. All the things that we’ve been working toward are coming to fruition,” they say.
They're going to serve bacon biscuits with something called "ChocoKetchup" on the side.
Bring on the pork bones.
It opens April 15.
There may be a clam-pizza war on the horizon.
Devi was the first Indian restaurant in the U.S. to earn a Michelin star.
There's going to being sauerkraut, and mustard. And relish, shredded mozzarella, mushrooms, onions, bacon, American cheese, chopped tomatoes, chili, sour cream, and sautÃ©ed peppers.
Look for the "very casual" restaurant sometime this spring.
Hand-rolled, alkalized-water-dipped, wood-fire-baked. It's all coming back.
The restaurant will serve a variety of housemade vermouths.