He's moved on from the golden arches now.
The restaurant opens sometime this spring.
The restaurateur put together an all-star team for the new project.
"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.
Paul Liebrandt's modernist restaurant shuts down.
Silk suits, Air Jordans, strapless dresses, and more sartorial choices from last night's big event.
They'll be selling burgers and hot dogs no matter what.
A documentary on the Corton chef, eight years in the making.
Drew Nieporent, for one, really hopes that Del Posto gets their lost Michelin star back.
And the owner of the lease is ...
A look at the Food Network's new competition show.
The Health Department is changing its code, and a curiously named Astoria wine bar should be worried.
Manhattan restaurateurs consider Brooklyn while Brooklyn proprietors ponder Gotham.
Who said fine-dining folks don't know how to have fun?
Plus: Freddy's patrons in chains, and Yao Ming takes a stand on shark fin, all in our morning news roundup.
The French Culinary Institute celebrates its 25th anniversary by posing the question.