Deviled eggs with trout roe will be served.
Plus: Michael Solomonov at City Grit, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Have your vinyl and eat cheesecake, too.
For now, Ed Schoenfeld is only serving cocktails and snacks.
Uni, uni, uni.
The couple will expand opening hours shortly after the restaurant's debut.
Parker House steamed buns, sweet-potato rice cakes, and more.
The cupcake power couple has opened a retail store.
Because you need to eat before chasing nurses in dark corridors.
Wild-boar ragout, butter-poached lobster, and a $114 steak.
Beef-heart ceviche, rotisserie chicken, and lots of tacos, of course.
How about a mashup of a Philly cheesesteak and a chorizo sandwich?
Roasted chicken, truffled potatoes, and lots of foie.
Tina Vaughn and her chef husband, Chip Smith, have reemerged on the Upper East Side, housemade terrines and housebaked bread in tow.
In addition to selling provisions like cured meats, smoked fish, eggs, and cheese, they’ll offer breakfast sandwiches, rotisserie chicken, and more.
The best seats in the house are at the bar.
Bring on the aperitivos.