Taavo Somer is going after the onetime Kelly & Peng space.
And more from the upcoming Community Board agendas.
Plus, a bizarre celeb sighting at Bourgeois Pig and rumors of a Freemans expansion.
Animal Welfare Approved seeks to point us to meat sources that are “healthy, safe, environmentally responsible, and humanely raised.”
A leaner cow means a more muscular meat that tastes more like ground steaks.
Forget about DBGB; Freemans is here to meet your housemade-sausage needs.
Our slideshow may be the last time you see this place celebrity-free.
Duck-confit poutine appears on the menu at Hotel Griffou. Three's a trend?
A first look at Vinegar Hill House's new backyard and brunch menu.
And Freemans thinks Delicatessen is "so L.A."
Bruni can rest easy; the decision supposedly had nothing to do with his harsh words.
Plus: Manhattan and Queens residents dining out less, and a plan to help struggling maple-syrup producers, all in our morning news roundup.
After Bruni struck, Citarella’s Facebook friends reassured him with words such as “That pudgy fuck writes. You do.” Not anymore, it seems.
The Freemans chef says he wasn't aware of Prune's similar tongue-and-octopus dish.
Did Freemans cop a dish from Prune? Plus, details on Prune's over-the-top V-Day celebration.
Taavo Somer of Freemans gets lusted after again. But is he really even a bachelor?