After just a week.
Why couldn't the hipster Colonel Sanders stay in New York?
The impresario of Midtown Lunch talks about his plans for expansion.
"It was what they call a ‘friends-and-family’ night."
"Why is the fried-oyster omelette good? It's this crunchy-warm business inside the soft omelette."
Foie gras loco moco burgers with Spam and quail egg!
Finally, details about Ilan Hall's “Old Jewish food date-raped by bacon” restaurant. Plus, Stephanie Izard is inspired by Taco Bell?
After almost three years and 10,000 blog posts, Grub Street is expanding beyond New York.
A new documentary absurdly declares L.A. the "hot-dog capital of the United States."
Which explains why the cocktails cost as much as the entrées.
A panel of experts determines whether pizza made from Chicago, L.A., or New York water is best.
The menus, the website, the interior design — shameless!
One thing is to open a so-called wannabistro, but to seemingly rip off Balthazar’s website?
What's the first thing a New York expat eats when he returns from L.A.?
Owner Richie Notar says that the recession has made Nobu a new status symbol.
But our friends in Los Angeles are getting a new splashy joint, courtesy of the guy who brought you edamame.