Secession’s opening night almost saw a celebrity walkout.
Why Jacques Pépin is the best chef on TV, plus the push for cheap food, from our glance at the morning headlines.
The chef's Upper West Side prosciutto heaven opens for press previews, and soon, the hungry masses.
During this weekend's New York Culinary Experience, students were treated to intimate cooking lessons from the masters. We were there for the ride.
If the furniture makes it to Secession in time, David Bouley says they'll open at the end of the week.
New restaurants from Ken Friedman and April Bloomfield, Zak Pelaccio, and Drew Nieporent in this year's fall preview.
Marketing food to kids, hiring only female hostesses, rare cocktail books, and more, in our daily news roundup.
Will Art Smith cook for Obama?
A veritable who's who of the New York food world.
The chefs will be pondering kitchens tomorrow on "The Leonard Lopate Show." In the meantime, feast your eyes on them.
The chef tells Gothamist about his new Tribeca restaurant, Brushstrokes.
Classic French food is back, says the 'Times.' So just what is the spirit of the age right now, anyway?
David Bouley will close Danube and turn it into a traditional French restaurant.
Andrew Knowlton just can't get good crabs in New York, more bad news for Bouley, and a Nello hotel in the North Fork.
David Bouley's ballsy end run around his opponents on Community Board 1 worked, and last night the full committee gave Bouley approval for his new restaurant, Brush Stroke.
David Bouley isn’t throwing in the towel quite yet in his struggle to get a liquor license for Brushstrokes, his new Japanese restaurant, Eater reports.