Not even McNally's flagship is spared.
The menus, the website, the interior design — shameless!
One thing is to open a so-called wannabistro, but to seemingly rip off Balthazar’s website?
Lawyer Maimon Kirschenbaum, the scourge of restaurateurs, strikes again.
Oh no he didn't.
Plus: the best firehouse cook in New York in our morning news roundup.
For the second year in a row, the mag honors Norma's and Balthazar. At least the tourists are staying nicely corralled in designated spaces?
‘Edible Brooklyn’’s Gotham counterpart covers everything from locally foraged ginkgo nuts to urban beekeeping to the joys of NYC tap.
One Little West 12 and Abigail Kirsch are also accused of wage violations.
Bistro from the Balthazar guys and tapas from Tía Pol's Alex Raij … all coming to the JetBlue terminal.
The signature dish? Reuben fritters, we predict.
The new JetBlue terminal at JFK might not have just a Mark Ladner Italian restaurant, but concepts from the people behind Balthazar, Tia Pol, and STK, too.
Around 11:54 p.m. last night, we smelled something that definitely wasn't Camembert.
James Beard VP Mitchell Davis wonders in 'The Art of Eating' why everybody likes Balthazar and no one seems to love Morandi.
Despite the shabby state of Balthazar's seats, make-out sessions are still making the gossip columns.