"I have never dressed up as Julia Child," says Julie Powell.
A report from last night's 'Julie & Julia' screening.
As much as we enjoy the 'Edible' magazines, they are seeeerrrrrrious about food. 'Edible Brooklyn' is also super-serious about its locale. Endless Simmer took the time to find the summer issue’s most ridiculous lines.
Sure, the burrito brand is sponsoring screenings, but the movie's creators are still critical of its policies.
Burger flipping just got way more glamorous.
With the doors ready to open, an ownership dispute over the long-in-the-works Nolita restaurant heats up.
The long-awaited Soho restaurant is opening imminently, but who exactly is the owner?
Plus, Joe Doe doesn't hate all bloggers!
The outspoken chef lets loose about bloggers, critics, PR, and his neighbor across the way, Prune.
The owner of Madame Tong's, who has turned himself in to face charges of writing bad checks, wants to open a downtown bistro.
Plus, Sound Fix finds a new home in a building that will also hold a barbecue restaurant.
"There is enough business for all."
The restaurateur responds to Philippe's charges of hiring Japanese chefs.
The old feud is getting ugly.
A resident behind the Cooper Square Hotel’s controversial second-floor terrace has now hung out a douche bag to join the soiled undies.
Are food trucks facing a backlash?
The Thompson Hotels chief thinks neighbors will grow to like his latest.
Once again, the Queen of Nightlife is defending her New York and London clubs against alarmists.