Concretes in the Windy City.
The chef worked at Windows on the World before opening his own restaurants.
"We're not going to change our menu prices."
Revenues of more than $100 million per year are to be expected.
Mr. Hospitality is keeping tabs on you.
"I’m a little jealous of people who tend to talk about their favorite restaurants. I like a lot of restaurants, but I rarely go back to the same one twice."
Plus: military drinks free at Rusty Knot, and more of today's leftovers.
Union Square Hospitality aims to turn Gramercy Park Hotel's roof into a daytime destination.
Where the industry eats out and cheaps out.
Not even Internet trolls or dog crap.
How about some lamb meatballs or a trout BLT?
Later this month, the restaurant will say buh-bye to their $46 evening meal.
Soon he'll be able to feed every New Yorker, morning, noon, and night.