Steven Hanson plants a flag in midtown east.
MarieBelle is the latest to move into the former nightclub.
A Rockaway Taco spinoff project.
There'll be a full-service espresso bar at the second location of Doughnut Plant.
The Chinatown Brasserie chef plans a new restaurant in the West Village.
What were there more of last year, shutterings or ribbon cuttings?
Way Station in Prospect Heights is in liquor-license limbo.
Lesly Bernard and consulting chef Pichet Ong plan to open in mid-January.
Café Boulud alums Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone open an Italian deli stocked with domestic products.
Also in the magazine this week: the opening of Torrisi Italian Specialties.
An interview with the 'Top Chef' host about the new restaurant that he hopes will shape his legacy.
Because two Times Square bowling alleys weren't enough?
Two stoners (okay, cokeheads) go in search of nightlife's Holy Grail.
Cienfuegos will have a Cuban sandwich shop, too.
Crêpes! American sandwiches! And a high-tech ordering system!
Farmers Diner, a ten-year-old locavore "family-dining restaurant," is coming to New York.
Irving Mill will be open at least through January, and then turn into a Brother Jimmy's on March 1.
Have a look at the diner setting and the burgers.