Say it ain't so, Iacopo.
It's not a production space, and it's not a retail shop. Could it be a pickle bar?
Critics say the restaurant's layout treats takeout-seeking guests like "second class citizens."
Expect some casual food from the fine-dining chef, who says he's cooking more traditional dishes.
The Smorgasburg regulars are looking for a permanent place to simmer their broth.
The bakery is launching a regular weekend pop-up marketplace for its loaves.
The owners of Butcher Bar are going full-service.
The restaurateur will open a cafÃ© and restaurant, and his group will helm on-site catering events.
Seven years later, White returns to his old kitchen.
A new source for Japanese-style coffee.
There's also a 25-seat restaurant in there.
Spit-roasted chicken and root-veggie pancakes.
The restaurant will open in the King & Grove hotel this spring.
Marco Pierre White's protÃ©gÃ©e will be manning the stoves.
Five Guys is gone on Court Street, but Bareburger is moving in.
"They plan to have Mr. Henry's bakery everywhere there's Nobu, and there's Nobus all over the country."
The locavore chef is headed to lower Manhattan.
It's going to be on the ground floor, though.
Choose your adventure: gingerbread latte or Blue Moon?