It's now open in FiDi.
"I'm looking at people who are going to be dining at my restaurants in the next ten and fifteen years."
The chef will focus on the Elm in Williamsburg and is working on a new high-end project in Manhattan.
The Debrosses Street restaurant's building was damaged during Hurricane Sandy.
But not together!
"When you're a sommelier, you always think of owning your own little store."
Paul Liebrandt's modernist restaurant shuts down.
The socialite and entrepreneur says it'll likely happen within the year.
Apple Pie Soda Float, for the win.
It's unclear whether the restaurant will choose anther location.
The 60-seat restaurant will serve "urban Italian" food.
That "high-end" Mexican project may be a new restaurant from one of Mexico's most lauded chefs.
There's franchise potential here.
The twelve-seat space will specialize in Matthew Lightner-designed drinks.
Two classic restaurants, now under the same roof.
After a year of delays, the Danish offshoot finally opens its doors in Tribeca.
The chef has a new project in the pipeline.
After a year of delays, the Danish smÃ¸rrebrÃ¸d shop will open on November 2.
Ready to go, bento.
The chicken specialist expands to a second, larger location.